Profile School Ranked in TOP FIVE in U.S. News & World Report
A report conducted by U.S. News & World Report ranked Profile School in the top five of best high schools in New Hampshire for 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016. High schools were evaluated on the student/teacher ratio and how 12th graders performed on their AP tests and the math and reading portions of their state exit exams. To review the complete list of the top 12 high schools in New Hampshire, click here.
What's On the Menu?
Monday: Beef burger with fixins', maple baked beans, Tater Tots, oranges.
Tuesday: Chicken, beef or fish taco, rice, corn, applesauce.
Wednesday: American chop suey, salad, roll, fruit.
Thursday: Chicken pot pie, biscuit, salad, peach crisp.
Friday: Toasted meatball melt, oven fries, tomato basil salad, mixed fruit.
This month's menu
Free and Reduced Lunch Application
2016/17 meal prices:
Lunch $2.60 (students)
Reduced lunch $.40
Reduced breakfast $.30
News You Can Use
SCHOOL PICTURES: Pictures have arrived. Retakes will be available next Wednesday (October 26th) for those who purchased a package. Please bring your portrait package to the photographer at the time of retake.
HALLOWEEN DANCES: Profile School will host a middle school dance on Friday, October 28th from 7M-9PM. Littleton High School will host a
regional dance for high school students on the same date from 7PM-11PM. Admission is $7 or $5 with a costume and may be purchased at the door. Students attending the regional dance must bring a student ID.
YEARBOOKS: It's a great time to order your yearbook and it's easier than ever with online ordering. They make awesome gifts!
MEALTIME: The Profile School District has chosen MealTime Online to provide the opportunity for parents to make credit card deposits into their student's cafeteria account or to view your student's purchase history via the internet. Visit the Mealtime Website, www.mymealtime.com, to create an account. You will need your student's ID number which may be obtained from staff in the front office, 823-7411.
FOOD ALLERGIES: Food allergy is a growing public health issue that impacts almost every school across the United States. Nearly 6 million children in the U.S. – which equates to 1 in 13, or roughly 2 in every classroom – have a food allergy. Parents and students are encouraged to learn more about food allergies.
DRIVER EDUCATION: Students wishing to take driver ed during the fall and possibly winter terms must call 869-2419 or email him at: email@example.com
Cost will still be the same at $430. ONLY PROFILE STUDENTS ARE ELIGIBLE OR STUDENTS THAT ARE HOME SCHOOLED AND LIVE IN THE DISTRICT. STUDENTS ARE NOW ELIGIBLE TO COMPLETE DRIVER ED WHEN THEY'RE 15 YEAR, 9 MONTHS, BUT CANNOT GET THEIR LICENSE UNTIL AGE 16. Students will be admitted on a first come, first served basis. Class size is limited to 14-16 students.