Monthly Archives: April 2014

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Leadership and Life After City Year

By Felicia Truman, corps member serving at Gossler Park Elementary School If you had told me while I was a college student that I would be working with elementary students after I graduated, I would have probably laughed at you. … Continue reading

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Literacy Tools

by Felicia Truman, corps member serving at Gossler Park Elementary School Every student is a reader. This is not to say that every student has walked into the classrooms I serve in with a love of reading, but I believe … Continue reading

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MEET INCOMING CORPS: Seamus McGuire

Name:  Seamus McGuire Hometown: Concord, NH School/Major/Focus: The University of New Hampshire/ Psychology  Q: How did you hear about City Year? I heard about City Year along time ago when I saw some commercials on television advertising it. More recently … Continue reading

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Preparing Our Students for the Next Grade

By Cady Hickman, corps member serving at Parker-Varney Elementary School In order to be successful in middle school, there are two sets of skills that a student needs. The first set is academic; proficiency in math, reading, and writing are … Continue reading

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Successful Starry Starry Night

On Saturday, April 29th, City Year New Hampshire welcomed more than 250 business and civic leaders and citizens from across the state, and raised more than $200,000 at Starry Starry Night at the Wentworth by the Sea hotel! It was a delightful … Continue reading

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MEET INCOMING CORPS: ABBY PAPINCHAK

Name: Abby Papinchak Hometown: Doylestown, Pennsylvania College/Major: University of Vermont/Elementary Education with a concentration in Spanish, Religion and Sociology Q: How did you hear about City Year?   During my sophomore year, I was required to take a class called … Continue reading

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