New Hampshire Alliance for Public Charter Schools


New Alstead charter school secures money, could win more

April 16, 2016 9:26 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

By Matt Nanci Sentinel Staff SentinelSource.com

ALSTEAD — A new Alstead charter school recently heard from the N.H. Department of Education that it’s secured crucial grant money that will allow it to open in fall 2017. And, through a contest called the Super School Project challenge, it’s in the running to win a substantial sum more.

Over the next three years, the LEAF School will get $525,000 in federal start-up grant funds to use for expenses such as curriculum development, furniture, technology and equipment, according to Dakota Benedetto, a Fall Mountain Regional High School teacher who founded the charter school. 

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