Parent Teacher Group

Beech St Elementary School


Wednesday, May 12, 2021

8:45am at the playground gazebo

  • Students have returned to in person learning, full-time at school.

  • Please send your child to school with a face mask. An extra mask would be appreciated too, if you are able to provide that for your child.

  • Continue to monitor your child for COVID symptoms and report any symptoms or illness to the school nurse.

  • Many opportunities for summer engagement and learning are available this summer. The links and more information will be shared below.

  • 5th grade transition activities and meetings via google meeting will be coming in the final weeks of school. More information to come from your child’s teacher.

  • No school May 31 in observance of Memorial Day.

Pre-registration open for 2021-22 school year:

If you have a student who is new to the school district or will return in the fall after attending an outside school, you can start the registration process now. You’re asked to fill out the pre-registration form. You can read more about the registration process, including what documents you’ll need to register a student, on our website.

21st Century programming

Ms. Gonzalez will be happy to assist any family in signing up for after school 21st C. programming. There are great activities for your child to engage in as well as tutoring that might be needed for catch up. Please take advantage of this great opportunity to enrich your child's learning experience!

FREE Summer Learning Academy and Summer Camps to engage your children

Please access this link to see the many opportunities that you have to help your child to engage in learning and FUN this summer.

Utility Services

If you have any concern about being able to pay your utility bill, please contact Southern New Hampshire Services. They can assist you in identifying any programs that your family might qualify for. (603) 668-8010

Meal distribution

Families are able to access a bag of non perishable food each Friday for their family from Beech St School. These are provided by the YMCA each week. You can reach out to Mrs. Wheeler 624-6314 ext 149 or your child's teacher to request a weekend bag be sent home with your child.

Families in Transition (FIT) Food Pantry- No registration needed

176 Lake Avenue

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

10-12am and 1-4pm

Emotional Support for students and families

  • We have one clinician from Amoskeag Health working directly with students at our school. They can see students in person, who are attending school in a hybrid model or can meet via video conferencing. If you would like a counselor to work with your child please reach out to Mrs. Wheeler or Ms. Emerson at 624-6314 and we can make a referral.

  • We are able to support students in need of more comprehensive support and family support by referring them to Greater Manchester Mental Health. We have a connection that allows us to bypass the normally long wait time for intake. Please reach out to Mrs. Wheeler or Ms. Emerson at 624-6314 for assistance.

  • Waypoint is available for Family Support by telephone. This “Warm Line”will help to connect you with a family support specialist who will listen and may speak with you about a range of topics. 1-800-640-6486. Please email Mrs. Wheeler with any specific questions or call 624-6314.

Friends of Aine Center for Grieving Children and Families: 146 Lowell St, Manchester, NH 603-669-1120

Grief is Hard. You don’t have to do it alone. Join us for our Spring Series

  • Offer age appropriate peer to peer support groups for children and teens ages 4-18 as well as for their parent/guardian/adult.

  • FREE of charge

  • Groups held outdoors at Camp Foster, 36 Camp Allen Road, Bedford NH

  • May 2nd, May 16th and June 3rd from 1:30-3:00pm

Registration is required: Please contact Mandi Sutton at 603-668-1207 You can find the registration and participation waiver at

Manchester Public City Library

Helping children navigate anxiety; A talk by Dr. Nicholas Mian

Hosted by ZOOM on May 25th at 6pm

Easterseals-New Hampshire

The Parenting Practice

Virtual classes held Tuesday and Thursday from 6-8pm for three weeks beginning May 4, 2021. -If you miss this session, email Julie at to get information about a new session.

Issues related to Eviction-

Legal Advice and Referral Center

The Eviction Clinic runs every other Wednesday each month, from 2-3:30pm. The schedule and zoom link can be found at You DO NOT need to register ahead of time.

For more information, visit or call 1-800-639-5290.


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There are many ways for parents and family members to be involved at Beech Street School. Whether attending monthly Parent-Teacher Group meetings, visiting the Family Resource Center, or spending some time volunteering, families are an important part of the Beech Street School community. Research tells us that successful students have families who are actively involved in their education.

The Parent-Teacher Group meets monthly, usually the second Wednesday of each month at 8:45am. Meetings offer families information about all that is happening at the school and the PTG plans and participates in a number of fun, educational events for families throughout the school year.

Volunteer opportunities include weekly popcorn, photocopying, laminating, classroom support and special projects. Additionally, Beech offers a number of special events that invite parents in to visit classrooms, observe lessons, and learn ways to support learning at home. If you are interested in volunteering, please visit the Volunteer Page at Manchester District Website.

Hay muchas maneras para que los padres y los miembros de la familia participen en Beech Street School. Ya sea que asistan a las reuniones mensuales del Grupo de Padres y Maestros, visiten el Centro de Recursos Familiares o pasen un tiempo como voluntarios, las familias son una parte importante de la comunidad de Beech Street School. La investigación nos dice que los estudiantes exitosos tienen familias que participan activamente en su educación.

El grupo de padres y maestros se reúne mensualmente, generalmente el segundo miércoles de cada mes a las 8:45 a.m. Las reuniones ofrecen a las familias información sobre todo lo que está sucediendo en la escuela y los planes de PTG y participan en una serie de eventos divertidos y educativos para las familias durante todo el año escolar.

Las oportunidades de voluntariado incluyen palomitas de maíz semanales, fotocopias, laminación, apoyo en el aula y proyectos especiales. Además, Beech ofrece una serie de eventos especiales que invitan a los padres a visitar las aulas, observar lecciones y aprender formas de apoyar el aprendizaje en el hogar. Si está interesado en ser voluntario, visite la página de voluntarios en el sitio web del distrito de Manchester.

Kuna njia nyingi kwa wazazi na familia kuhusika katika Beech Street School. Ikiwa ni kuhudhuria mikutano ya Kikundi cha Wazazi na Mwalimu, kutembelea Kituo cha Rasilimali za Familia, au kutumia wakati fulani kujitolea, familia ni sehemu muhimu ya Jumuiya ya Shule ya Beech Street. Utafiti unatuambia kuwa wanafunzi waliofaulu wana familia ambazo zinajihusisha kikamilifu na masomo yao.

Kundi la Wazazi-Mwalimu hukutana kila mwezi, kawaida Jumatano ya pili ya kila mwezi saa 8:45 asubuhi. Mikutano inapea familia habari juu ya yote yanayotokea katika shule hiyo na mipango ya PTG na inashiriki katika hafla kadhaa za kufurahisha, za masomo kwa familia kwa mwaka mzima wa shule.

Fursa za kujitolea ni pamoja na popcorn za kila wiki, upigaji picha, kuomboleza, msaada wa darasa na miradi maalum. Kwa kuongezea, Beech hutoa matukio kadhaa maalum ambayo huwaalika wazazi kutembelea madarasa, kuchunguza masomo, na kujifunza njia za kusaidia kujifunza nyumbani. Ikiwa una nia ya kujitolea, tafadhali tembelea Ukurasa wa Kujitolea kwenye Wavuti ya Wilaya ya Manchester.