Releasing Children

Students DO NOT have the responsibility of making the decision to release a child to someone other than the child’s family or usual pick-up person. If for some reason you are alone in a classroom when a child is to be picked up, please ask them to stay until the classroom teacher or other regular staff member has returned. Students should be advised to consult a staff person immediately if they have any questions or concerns about someone who has come in to pick up a child.

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Interim Director Named for Museum of the White Mountains

PSU Professor of History Marcia Schmidt Blaine is now interim director of the MWM, following founding director Catherine Amidon’s stepping down …

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Hope for Hypertension

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Next Steps

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