About Us Strafford School provides public school education to about 525 students in grades K-8, with three classes at each grade level. The school also provides support and services to 24 home study students. Students from Strafford attend Coe-Brown Northwood Academy for high school. Strafford School is located 30 miles east of Manchester and Concord at the intersection of Rt. 202A and Rt 126 in Strafford New Hampshire. The main building houses the combined elementary and middle school and consists of 24 classrooms, storage rooms, and the following specialized areas: an art room, a music room, three special education rooms, a Chapter I/Reading Specialist room, a computer lab, a media center, a nurse's office, a gymnasium, a cafeteria, a kitchen, and two administrative offices. The school staff consists of 36 teachers and specialists, 20 support staff, an administrative staff consisting of a Principal, an Assistant Principal/Middle School Administrator, a Director of Technology, two secretaries, and a bookkeeper. A group of 15 to 25 parent volunteers assists the staff with classroom, art, music, computer lab, and extracurricular activities. Strafford uses fund raising activities, grants, donations, and volunteer services to help support technology improvement, student enrichment programs, and curriculum enhancement. The school accepts teacher trainees from Notre Dame College, Plymouth State College, and the University of New Hampshire, and works closely with the University of New Hampshire's Learning Disabilities Institute.