Squall Point School joins Dover Chamber
DOVER, NH – The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Squall Point School in Dover to welcome them as a new chamber member. Squall Point is an alternative middle school in a peaceful setting designed specifically for students in grades five through eight who struggle with literacy. Squall Point is a sister school of Little Tree Education in Dover and Madbury. All three schools follow the Montessori approach and are owned by local community member Sarah Greenshields.
“We are dedicated to working with students who have literacy challenges by focusing on project-based learning,” says Mia Bragdon, Squall Point’s director, and head teacher. “The projects are designed to address the learners’ needs and to engage and challenge individual students. We work to honor the interests and strengths of each learner in order to build individual programs in which responsibility, community, and well-being empower students to become successful in all aspects of their lives.”
Squall Point will hold open houses on Saturday, June 1 from 10 a.m. to noon and Wednesday, June 5 from 3 to 5 p.m. at their classrooms in the Picker Building at 2 Washington Street in Dover. “This will be a great opportunity to meet the team, see the new space, and learn more about our school for students with language-based literacy challenges,” says Bragdon.
For more information, visit Squall Point School online at www.squallpoint.com, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603-742-8733.
The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit association of businesses, professionals, individuals, and organizations working together to advance the economic well-being of its members and the community. For details on Dover Chamber membership and other programs or for a schedule of activities, call (603) 742-2218 or visit www.dovernh.org.