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service, but Frischknecht said he and other board members are talking with the Merrimack School District and Nashua bus services to ease that transition.
We appreciate your patience, understanding, and your support, and the many emails and calls from parents voicing their support and commitment to the school. We would like to thank all volunteers that have put many days and many late hours of work into this process. Some committee members and board members have put more than 130 hours of work into the search process, and their efforts are greatly appreciated.
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As of July 1, the Academy for Science and Design will be located at 486 Amherst St., along Route 101A, said Thomas Frischknecht, chairman of the board for the Academy for Science and Design. The announcement follows months of searching, as the school has planned to expand and accommodate more students.
The board of directors issued a letter to parents Saturday afternoon to inform them of the decision.
The Board of Trustees and the Director of the School understand that although moving to a new town may present challenges for some members of the ASD community, we feel that the new location offers the least disruption and the greatest benefit for our students as a Guess Bag New Collection 2017 whole. This new facility will increase the quality of our students' educational experience and has a lot of potential for growth.
It has been a difficult process getting us to this point and it took more time and effort than initially expected. The delays were mainly due to completing the turnaround process for the Business Operations and Administration, delayed financial audits, and the availability of a suitable size for the facility. The Building Search Committee has looked at and evaluated all available buildings between Manchester and Southern Nashua (State Border). Very few buildings were found which were available, affordable, and which were suitable for a school to operate, especially buildings large enough in size to accommodate ASD for the next 10 years. We are pleased that the size of our new facility is going to be about 50,000 square feet for the first year. ASD will be able to expand at that location another 17,000 square feet next year. In comparison, the present facility in Merrimack is roughly 24,000 square feet.
The charter school, which serves grades 6 12, sits on about 24,000 square feet at 316 Daniel Webster Highway in Merrimack. The new location will be more than twice as large and capable of accommodating school expansions for the next decade, Frischknecht said.
"Parents will recognize, either quickly or over time, that this is a move for the better," he said. "The board believes the students will be positively impacted and have an overall much better educational experience."
Letter to parents from the Merrimack Academy for Science Design about moving to Nashua:
The location has easy access from the North, South, and West. From the North and South you can use Route 3 (Everett Turnpike) and use Exit 8 which gets you on 101A. From the West you can use Route 101A eastbound. Because there is still a company currently occupying this location, we ask that you do not disrupt their operations by requesting to see the inside of the building. There will be plenty of time this summer, as we work to move the school and set up at the new location, for you to visit the facility. As a matter of fact, we welcome volunteers to help with this effort.
Frischknecht said the school is contracted to use 50,000 square feet next year and then expand it to 67,000 square feet the following year. The board is still working with Nashua officials to finalize building permits in compliance with safety and fire codes.
Despite changing from an industrial building to a school, the space won't require many alterations. The new building already has large spaces for labs and offices, which can be easily converted to classrooms, Frischknecht said. It also has four wet labs for science projects, he said, which is an increase from one at the Merrimack facility.
Financial terms of the deal weren't disclosed, but the new building was "quite an increase" in cost because it's so much larger, Frischknecht said. He added that the board expects the school's long term revenue to increase in the new building.
to the city, the Academy for Science and Design in Merrimack announced Saturday that its new location would be in Nashua.
Plus, the Academy for Science and Design houses students from more than 30 districts across New Hampshire, Frischknecht said.
We are pleased to inform you that the Building Search Committee and the Board have completed the search process for finding a new and suitable facility for ASD and have completed negotiating a new lease agreement for that new facility. Please note that we must still work with the City of Nashua for the appropriate permit approvals, but we are confident that this process will have positive results, and that we will be able to move to this facility during the summer.
The Amherst Street location is about eight to 10 minutes away from the current school building, Frischknecht said. He said he knows the change will be difficult for some parents, especially those in Merrimack or towns farther north, but he stressed the benefits of the move.
The largest portion of the student population is from Nashua, but Frischknecht said that didn't have an impact on the decision. The board was looking for a building that fit price and size requirements.
It appears Nashua will get its first charter school this year after all.
"There's no way we can please everyone," he said. "We know for some it means a disruption and for some it means a better situation."
"We're really busting out the seams in our present building," Frischknecht said. "The plan is really to expand with the growth pattern of the school."
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The building is a one story industrial space with about 70,000 square feet available. It is currently home to defense contractor Cobham Tactical Communications and Surveillance.
Frischknecht said the building search committee tried to stay within a five minute radius of the current school building, but there were no good options in both size and price range.
Science and Design held its annual lottery last weekend and hopes to increase its enrollment to about 430 450 students next year. There are 285 students currently enrolled, Frischknecht said.
The school also plans to hire 14 additional teachers and two administrators, he said. Right now, the school employs 18 full time and part time teachers, as well as seven full time and part time administrators. For the 2012 13 school year, the academy plans to boost those numbers to 32 teachers and nine administrators, Frischknecht said.
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