Welcome to the Lin-Wood Public Schools SAU #68 Employment Information

COMMUNITY DEMOGRAPHICS:

"Lincoln and Woodstock , New Hampshire, are located at the entrance to Franconia Notch State Park and the termination point of the Kancamagus Highway at Interstate 93 and U.S. 3. The economy is heavily based on tourism, with the majority of jobs in the service industry. The three largest employers are Loon Mountain Recreation Corporation, the Lincoln-Woodstock Cooperative School District and an electrical connector manufacturing firm.

School Administrative Unit #68 is a single district SAU serving the adjoining communities of Lincoln and Woodstock. Two buildings house the district's K-12 program on a single campus located on Lincoln's Main Street. Currently there are 136 students enrolled in the Lin-Wood Elementary School, 76 in the Middle School, and 110 in the High School. Despite the fluctuations in economy and tourism over the last ten years, the school enrollment remains relatively constant.

Lin-Wood Public School prides itself on meeting the needs of all learners, whatever their special needs and strengths, by providing a full range of individualized programs that include planned inclusion, pull-out for specific classes, self-contained settings, and enhanced behavioral support, the vast majority of disabled students remaining in their local school community."


EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT POLICY

The school district will recruit and consider candidates without regard to age, race, color, religion, country of origin, marital status, and sex. The school district will employ individuals who meet the physical and mental requirements, and who have the education,training, and experience established and necessary for the performance of the job without regard to age, race, religion, country of origin, sex (except where sex is a bonafide occupational requirement) and handicapping conditions, except for reasons related to ability to perform the requirements of the job. As required by Title IX of the 1972 Education amendments, it is school district policy not to discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs or activities policies. Inquiries regarding compliance with Title IX may be directed to the office of the Superintendent of School
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Last Modified on November 25, 2015
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