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MACS is committed to providing an environment free from discrimination, including discrimination based upon sex. The Title IX Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the schools compliance with Title IX including overseeing all complaints of sexual discrimination, including sexual violence, and identifying and addressing any patterns or systemic problems that arise during the review of such complaints. Questions or concerns may be directed as follows:
Amy Bottomley, School Director/ Title IX Coordinator
HOMELESS AND FOSTER CARE LIAISON:
Amy Bottomley, School Director
At MACS, it is the policy that no otherwise qualified student shall by reason of his/her mental and/or physical disability be excluded from participation in, be denied benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity sponsored by MicroSociety Academy. This includes students identified as educationally disabled under IDEA, and/or those who do not qualify for services under IDEA, and who have a physical or mental disability that substantially limits one or more major life activities, have a record of such a disability, or are regarded as having such a disability. Those students who are covered under IDEA will receive reasonable, appropriate and necessary accommodations through an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), as determined by the child’s residing school districts special education team. All services and accommodations deemed necessary to provide a free and appropriate education (FAPE) under Section 504 are provided to students who qualify by MACS Staff. Please direct any questions or concerns to:
Christine Lyna, School Counselor/ 504 Coordinator
ELL – English Language Learners
If you feel your child qualifies for ELL services, please contact our ELL Coordinator as follows:
Susannah Williams, Curriculum Coordinator and ELL Coordinator
Lead Water Testing Results:
September 12, 2023
Per DOE and The State of New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Any location showing 15 ppb (0.015 mg/L) or higher must be remediated. During recent testing, we collected samples from 27 drinking water outlets (e.g., drinking fountains, classroom faucets, kitchen sinks), with 2 samples testing at or above 5 ppb, the level where action must be taken.
We have remove access to these outlets until the problem can be corrected. See the link below for the test results:
Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response:
This letter is to inform you about the notification MACS received from the Department of Environmental Services regarding Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA).
We are required by law to annually notify you of our building’s status that no asbestos is present.
In 2017, MACS was inspected for asbestos during the second phase of our build out and the building was cleared of friable and non-friable materials. Based on the finding of the inspection MACS is not required to have a management plan for controlling exposure. It has come to our attention that we were required to annually notify you from 2018 forward of this status. This note will serve as your annual reminder.
Amy P. Bottomley
Lead Water Testing Results:
On February 8, 2018, Governor Sununu signed Senate Bill 247 Prevention of Childhood Lead Poisoning. This law requires, among other actions, that all schools and licensed childcare facilities test lead in drinking water at all locations where water is available for consumption by children. The first round of testing is required to be completed by July 1, 2019, and every 5 years thereafter, until at least 3 rounds are below the standard.
Per DOE and The State of New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Any location showing 15 ppb (0.015 mg/L) or higher must be remediated. Two of the water areas tested at MACS initially showed results above the limit, however neither were drinking water areas. We took action to remediate the problem; per Pennichuck Water’s recommendation, we replaced fixtures and re-tested.