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Town and school officials from more than half a dozen communities packed the lecture hall at the Pittsfield Middle High School on Wednesday night to learn about how New Hampshire funds its schools and to brainstorm ways to challenge the status quo, including in the courts. Read more
Here’s how Rebecca Smith, a Pittsfield High freshman and member of PYV, describes the stereotypes assigned to people in rural communities like Pittsfield: “That we’re all like rednecks, we’re farmers, we’re backwoods.” Read more
In Pittsfield, the first thing the candidates do after introducing themselves is go sit down among the audience. At the forum hosted by Pittsfield Listens and the Greater Pittsfield Chamber of Commerce yesterday, candidates for elected office in the town and schools split up between different high school-style lunch tables next to residents. After the […]
“Your smile matters. Your tears matter. Your voice matters. Your silence matters. Your intentions, good or bad, matter. What you did, and what you do – matters,” said former Pittsfield middle school science teacher Joshua Shawver. Read the full Concord Monitor article here.
Pittsfield Listens, A Partner Of NH Listens, Is Highlighted As Part Of The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation’s Civic Engagement Vision
Concord Monitor March 2, 2015 Read the article here
Concord Monitor, December 12, 2014. Read the article here Also see the Concord Monitor announcement about Community Impact Awards on December 9, 2014 Read the article here