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The Oyster River Cooperative School District serves the contiguous town communities of Durham, Lee, and Madbury, located 50 miles north of Boston in the southeast corner of New Hampshire. The district is 12 miles west of Portsmouth and the Atlantic Ocean beaches, and 40 miles southeast of the White Mountains, offering four-season recreational activities and immediate proximity to the state’s Lakes Region. The University of New Hampshire (UNH) is located in Durham. As a result of its geographical location, the district and its students have easy access to many cultural and educational opportunities.

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09/22/2022
Acadience, STAR, the NH SAS, and the PSAT/SAT testing are the district-wide assessments administered at the ORCSD.
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Superintendent's August Newsletter
08/24/2022
Starting my 11th year, it continues to be an honor to serve as Superintendent of the Oyster River Cooperative School District. There is such palpable positive energy across the district in anticipation of this new school year. Last year was the first full opening since COVID and many were nervous about the opening of school. This year, the atmosphere is quite different. Parents/guardians, teachers, and students I’ve talked to are truly looking forward to this school year with excitement and anticipation.
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Raising Digital Natives: What's New? What's Now? What's Next?
03/22/2022
It can be daunting being a parent in these digitally-driven times, where our kids are born digital natives and as parents, we're desperately trying to keep up. Katie Greer, a nationally recognized digital safety expert, will update parents on the latest technology trends, safety issues, and tips on how to help our kids have a productive, healthy relationship with technology.
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