Sanborn Regional School District has been selected as one of six finalists for the Lawrence W. O’Toole Award, a $100,000 Nellie Mae Education Foundation grant. The award is granted to an individual, organization, school, or district that exhibits great leadership through innovation in moving student-centered learning approaches forward in New England.
This is a great honor recognizing the important work Sanborn has done in the PACE pilot project and in making competency based learning real for their student. You can show your support for Sanborn and New Hampshire by voting here. Voting lasts through September 30, and is restricted to one vote per email address.
Sanborn Regional High School was chosen as the finalist for New Hampshire. The school has a learning model in place that personalizes learning by emphasizing each student’s strengths, focusing on mastery of content and competencies, and encouraging students to take ownership of their learning. The school is entering its second year in the PACE pilot program, which replaces some standardized tests with locally developed, competency-based assessments, and has been a model for educational innovations across the state and country.
Vote for Sanborn Regional High School here!