Summer Learning Challenge
The New Hampshire Department of Education has launched the Summer Learning Challenge in an effort to help students sustain and improve their skill levels and minimize the "summer slide" – the decline of achievement levels and retention of information while they are out of school.
Libraries all over New Hampshire will be providing programs and materials to explore all things space as they present “A Universe of Stories” during their 2019 summer library program. The Collaborative Summer Library Program and STAR Net are partnering to share Stem resources and more with libraries across the country. Programs are free and open to children of all abilities. Help prevent the “summer-slide” and check your local newspaper or stop in at the library nearest you for more information and a schedule of events.
Summer Math Challenge
The Summer Math Challenge is a six-week skills maintenance program for students who just finished grades 1 to 8. Parents or guardians visit Quantiles.com/summer-math and subscribe to an email, every weekday, between June 18, and July 27, 2018. Inside the email, families will find fun activities geared toward math skills students should have learned during the previous school year.
Ensuring Children have Access to Nutritious Meals and Snacks When School is not in Session The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a federally-funded, state-administered program. SFSP reimburses program operators who serve free healthy meals and snacks to children and teens in low-income areas.