Highlights of EDies 2016 Honoring NHAFCS Teacher of Year


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The NHAFCS would like to introduce this years Bonnie Simpson

Teacher of the Year


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Press release

Lynn is an amazing teacher at Campbell High School in Litchfield and has been one of the driving forces at preserving New Hampshire FACS programs at the state level.  Her high enrollment at Campbell is evidence that she has worked hard to develop an up to date program that is highly relevant to her students and meets 21st century learning.  Lynn holds both bachelor and master degrees from Miami University as well as coursework toward an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She is currently in her eighth year of teaching at Campbell High School.


She is a dynamic, resourceful teacher with a genuine interest in students’ cognitive and social growth. She is actively involved in all areas of education; including curriculum development, mentoring, student career preparation and community work. She possesses strong passion for family and consumer science curriculum and career exploration expertise to motivate and inspire students, and to create a fun and challenging learning environment! She is a self-driven leader with excellent communication skills who effectively collaborates with everyone she meets.

lynn #1



2015  Fall Conference Highlights:


Changing of the Guards

Changing of the Guards


Click one each of the following to download Middle School Curriculum for approval:

Middle School Curriculum gets a big thumbs up and Thank you to those who put so many hours into its framework

Middle School Curriculum gets a big thumbs up and thank you to those who put so many hours into its framework



Middle School Curriculum


Child Development

Foods and Nutrition

Consumerism and Financial Literacy




Middle School Curriculum summer participants




Summer Conference at Thompson School UNH

 Huge raves came out of this year’s summer conference held at Thompson School, UNH. It was no surprise that it was a big success since most of it was hands – on learning. Activities involved Healthier Foods – Fast (recipes in resource page) with Chef Juliette, how to grow an organic herb garden with horticulturist Jonathan, Nutrition and Teens Today and Food Allergens with Nancy Johnson professor and registered dietitian.



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