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?
Free and Reduced Lunch Application
2017/18 meal prices:
Lunch $2.60 (students)
Reduced lunch $.40
Reduced breakfast $.30
Profile School THANKS Cabot Cheese for supplying us with a variety of cheese snacks for our students.
News You Can Use
R .E.A.C.T. stands for Recognize, Express, Act Now, Care, Text 'Signs'. SAU 35 in cooperation with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health, will host Dartmouth-Hitchcock Senior Director of Public Affairs John Broderick for a discussion about mental health awareness on May 2nd at the Lisbon Regional School at 9:45 AM and The Profile School in Bethlehem at 1pm. This event is free and open to the public.
It's Spring and time for the 25th Annual Ammonoosuc Amble! This 5 mile race is set amidst the beautiful white mountains in Bethlehem NH. You can walk or run in this festive family-friendly event. Registration is just $25 online or $30 on race day. And, kids ages 5-13 can run in the 1/2 mile FuN RuN for FREE. All proceeds go to Miles for Smiles which brings affordable dental care to those in need!
JOB OPP: Gale River Motel will be on campus Wednesday, April 18 during HS lunches seeking job applications for summer employment.
During the month of March, Profile's National Honor Society organized various activities in order to raise money for Pennies For Patients. Pennies for Patients is a school program that raises money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, a non-profit health organization dedicated to finding cures for blood cancers. Money raised helps to fund research and improve the lives of patients and their families. As an incentive, Principal Ben Jellison agreed to schedule daily X blocks for the entire week before April vacation (rather than just Mon-Weds), if we raised at least $500. Through selling popcorn weekly, selling concessions at basketball games, and collecting change at parking lot "tolls", the Profile school community raised $520. Yay Profile!
White Mountain Science Inc Summer Camps 2018 is just around the corner!
With updates to all of our curriculum and an excited staff ready to help with STEM projects, this will be WMSI's most exciting season of Summer camps yet! Want to animate your own movies? Build a robotic crawler that rises up into the trees? Design your own LED game? Code your own adventure? Design wooden planes that speed through the air? Click here to view our camp offerings!
School Safety: Message from Superintendent Pierre Couture.
Parents are being warned about a new vaping device, called a Juul pen, which is quickly becoming popular in schools. See Guidance page.
NEW: 2018-19 Program of Studies
Sitemap and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Read the TARGETED ASSISTANCE SCHOOL PLAN.
BOOSTER CLUB: The Profile Booster Club is open to all parents who would like to be involved. Look at our page on the school website or visit us on facebook.
PRE-APPROVED ABSENCE FROM SCHOOL: This form is to be used when a student knows he/she will be absent from school in advance of the absence. Students should obtain this pre-approved form from the main office and obtain each teacher’s signature prior to obtaining administrative signature.
BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION: If you would like to donate your "Box Tops For Education", we will gladly take them! Please drop them off in the front office. Thank you!
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.
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