Additional Resources

Community Resources:

Many community resources are available to support our students and their families to help ease financial burden. Students with the proper resources are more likely to succeed academically, socially, emotionally, and physically!

Please contact Pam Garrity, Lincoln Street School Nurse, if you are going through economic hardship or are food insecure.

Free and Reduced Meal Program: Providing free or reduced-price meals for qualifying students.

End 68 Hours of Hunger: This is a public non-profit effort to confront the approximately 68 hours of hunger that some school children experience between Friday afternoon and Monday morning when they return to school.

St. Vincent de Paul: Offers emergency food and financial assistance to low-income residents of Exeter and surrounding communities.

Operation Warm: Exeter Fire Department works with Operation Warm to provide winter coats to children.

Exeter Area Lions Club: Offers free vision screening and eyeglasses to qualifying students.

Womenade of Greater Squamscott: Providing local residents with short-term financial assistance not readily available through other resources.

The Martha LaPerle Outreach Program: Provides Thanksgiving food baskets to families in need*

The Giving Tree: Providing Christmas/holiday presents to students in need*

* Please contact Pam Garrity for more information about these programs.

Health Promotion:

Nutrition- My Plate (CDC)

Vaccines & Immunizations (CDC)

Influenza Prevention (CDC)

Fitness for Children (Healthy Children)

Poison Control

Concussion Resources (CDC)

Resources For Chronic Health Conditions:

American Diabetes Association

American Academy of Pediatrics

Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Epilepsy Foundation

Food Allergy Research & Education

NH Department of Health and Human Services