Profile School Ranked in TOP FIVE in U.S. News & World Report
A report conducted by U.S. News & World Report ranked Profile School in the top five of best high schools in New Hampshire for 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016. High schools were evaluated on the student/teacher ratio and how 12th graders performed on their AP tests and the math and reading portions of their state exit exams. To review the complete list of the top 12 high schools in New Hampshire, click here.
What's On the Menu?
Monday: Grilled cheese and tomato soup, roasted chick peas, fruit.
Tuesday: Twin tacos, cilantro rice, corn, fruit.
Wednesday: Chicken Tikka Masala, Tandoori rice, vegetable Pakora, Vegetable Samosa, fruit.
Thursday: Build a burrito, pico de gallo, black bean salad, cinnamon apples.
Friday: Shepherd's pie, roll, green beans, fruit.
This month's menu
Free and Reduced Lunch Application
2016/17 meal prices:
Lunch $2.60 (students)
Reduced lunch $.40
Reduced breakfast $.30
News You Can Use
REPORT CARDS/SNAPSHOTS: Grade "Snapshots" for quarter two were mailed today. Honor roll is being calculated and will be posted next week. Attendance information includes ski days which are indicated with an "X" and would be excused absences.
JOB OPP: Do you know of a student(s) who loves being in the outdoors, working with youth and who is looking for a summer employment opportunity? UNH Cooperative Extension and the NH Fish and Game Department partner to operate Barry Conservation 4-H Camp and we are looking for summer staff. We are seeking candidates age 18 and older to serve as counselors. It’s a great place to spend a summer!
FOOD ALLERGIES: Food allergy is a growing public health issue that impacts almost every school across the United States. Nearly 6 million children in the U.S. – which equates to 1 in 13, or roughly 2 in every classroom – have a food allergy. Parents and students are encouraged to learn more about food allergies.
DRIVER EDUCATION: Students must be age 15 years 9 months on or before November 17th. Cost will still be the same at $430. Students must be age 15 years 9 months ON OR BEFORE the first day of class BUT CANNOT GET THEIR LICENSE UNTIL AGE 16. Students will be admitted on a first come, first served basis. Class size is limited to 14-16 students.
Monthly At Home Activity