The Blue School students: Amanda Basnar, Dylan Blowey, Tristan and Forrest Champagne, Dylan and Kylie Chase, Sydney Clement, Jessica Davis, Kayla Fifield, Courtney and Michael Heath, Maria Ianno, Destiny Presley, Audra Spaulding, Jocelyn Stout and Samantha Tillotson.
Blue School Students receive
colorful Statehood quarter maps
LANDAFF, NH - Students of The Blue School are among the first to display their new 50 State quarter map folders donated by Littleton Coin Company in celebration of National Coin Week, April 21-27, 2002. Nestled in a valley within the town of Landaff, New Hampshire, The Blue School is a one-room schoolhouse serving 19 students, grades kindergarten through three. The smallest school in the White Mountains SAU 35 system, it boasts a unique multi-age program that creates a sense of harmony and togetherness among students.
A total of five different northern New Hampshire elementary schools have received the Statehood quarter maps, including schools in Littleton, Franconia, Bethlehem and Lisbon. In all, nearly 1,000 children between the ages of 5 and 11 will benefit from Littleton Coin Company's celebration of National Coin Week. Each folder opens to display a colorful map of the United States with slots for each of the 50 State quarters. The states are color coded by year of issue, and provide a fun, yet educational way for youngsters to learn about coins and U.S. geography.
Founded by Maynard Sundman in 1945, Littleton Coin Company, located in Littleton New Hampshire, has grown to become one of the largest coin and paper money mail order businesses in the United States. The company currently employs more than 300 Vermont and New Hampshire residents. To explore the exciting world of coin collecting, visit their website at www.littletoncoin.com, or call toll free 1-800-645-3122. And be sure to celebrate National Coin Week and enjoy the wonderful, relaxing hobby of coin collecting.