Meredith, NH Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP) has chosen Inter-Lakes School District as a 2016 Northeast Business Leader for Energy Efficiency for its efforts to foster the economy and protect the environment via its commitment to energy efficiency. The six organizations named as this year’s Business Leaders, including Inter-Lakes School District, were recognized at the NEEP Northeast Energy Efficiency Summit at the Omni Mt. Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire June 13-14, 2016.
Nominated by New Hampshire Electric Cooperative, the company is being honored for its continued efforts to advance energy efficiency in its operations, which has resulted in annual energy savings of over 379,141 kWh, and cost savings of $170,000.
Cam Daly who served as the student representative to the Inter-Lakes School Board during his senior year, left, was honored at the board's June 14 meeting by School Board Chairman Richard Hanson. Daly, who graduated on June 10, was a standout member of the school's track team and will attend Brown University this fall.
Retiring Principals John Hansen, seated left, and Dr. Steve Kelley, seated right, were honored for their years of service at Sandwich Central School and Inter-Lakes Elementary School during the school board's June 14 meeting, during which they were each presented with wooden chairs embossed with the Inter-Lakes logo by Chairman Richard Hanson, standing left, and Vice Chairman Howard Cunningham.
Parents of Inter-Lakes school age children: We are very excited to announce the fourth year of GOT LUNCH! Inter-Lakes, a summer healthy lunch program for Inter-Lakes school children. Although our target is the population that qualifies for free or reduced price lunches during the school year, it is NOT a requirement for participation. If you need help this summer, this program is designed for you.