“The Hour of Code” is coming to Underhill in December On December 14th and 16th “The Hour of Code” will be presented as a first and second grade opportunity hosted by the Advancing Learning Programs. Mrs. Overmyer and Mrs. Tremblay will be teaching students the basics of coding through a variety of interactive games. This […]
Kid Stuff Coupon Books are due November 10. Please either send in $25 payment or return the book. Thank you for your support!
STEM at Underhill During our October 2nd professional development day teachers participated in a discussion on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). The discussion centered around what STEM is and what it is not. It is not science, math, technology and engineering as separate entities. It is about bringing science and math together through […]
A GREAT BEGINNING! This has been an exciting first month of school. The students have learned routines and expectations very quickly. They have figured out how to get on the right bus, how to get their lunch in the cafe, how to line up for recess, and how to be safe on the playground. The […]
The Book Fair will be open on 9/29 & 9/30 during both Open House evenings.
Hooksett Memorial School (serving Hooksett students in grades 3-5) and Underhill School (serving Hooksett students in grades K-2) invite our families to “Meet Your Teacher” on Thursday, August 27. Teachers will be in their classrooms to meet their students for the 2015-16 school year from 2:00 to 4:00 PM. Hooksett Memorial School is located at […]
We just took our school wide, tie-dyed photo! Looking forward to seeing the results! We’ll post the afternoon kindergarten photo later this afternoon!
Check out our progress! Children in all grade levels have been working diligently this week creating our Learning Habitat. A special thanks to those listed below who have helped us come closer to achieving our goals. Chris Stelmach of CPS Transport has been exceptionally generous in donating time, energy and materials by helping us […]
Pick up this week’s edition of the Hooksett Banner to see a wonderful article about Mr. Bairstow’s Reading Challenge stunt!
Impact of Main Street bridge work on bus routes, click HERE for an update.