First Day of School
Tuesday, August 29, 2017 is the first official day for all students. ALL students are expected to attend as we will be covering expectations, doing some community building, signing up for courses, among other activities. If a student can not attend for a specific reason, the main office must be notified. Attendance on our first day is reported to the state and sets the baseline for state funding for the school. Missing students will affect our school budget.
Cocheco Academy of The Arts * 40 Hampshire Circle, Dover, NH 03820 * (603) 742-0700
New Student Orientation
We will be holding our New Student Orientation on Monday, August 28, 2017 beginning at 8:00am. All new students are expected to attend. We will be doing email and information system set up for students, going over expectations, the school community, and giving the m the opportunity to meet some returning students and staff. Letters are being sent to all new students that contains an agenda for the day. Students should bring their laptops so we can get them ready for the school year. Pizza will be provided for lunch. Anyone with special dietary concerns or restrictions should contact the main office so we are informed. We will do our best to provide an acceptable alternative.
Our 2017-2018 Parent Orientation will be held Wednesday, September 6, 2017 beginning at 6:30pm. All parents are expected to attend, as important information regarding how to support the mission of the school, school finances, goals and expectations, and volunteerism will be presented. Parents who can not attend are asked to contact the main office so we can provide any information to them that they missed. We hope to see you all there Wednesday, September 6th.
2017-2018 School Year
The Course Catalog, School Year Calendar, and Semester I schedule have been posted under the student tab of this website. All students and parents should take a look at the course offerings to start planning for the courses they will be signing up for on the first day of school. This year's Course Catalog is a little different as it contains all of the courses that will be offered, which semester they will be offered, who is instructing the courses, and what time of day the course will take place. By comparing the Semester I schedule and the Course Catalog, parents and students will get a good idea of what the student's day will look like. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Friel by email, as Mr. Azzaro is out of the office for the summer.