Summer food services are available for any families that need them. Attached is a listof all available sites throughout the state. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to reach out to Food Service Director Cindy Nusbaum (603-518-2251 ext. 5023).
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Please join representatives from the three Hooksett Schools for an informative presentation about the varied health, wellness, and guidance programs available within the Hooksett School District. Monday, May 20, 2019 – 6:30 PM Hooksett Memorial School – Media Center 5 Memorial Drive, Hooksett NH Along with the building administration, the following staff members will be […]
Mark your calendars for May 19 when Color-A-Thon takes place! This colorful, fun community-wide event is a fundraiser to support the enrichment of children in Hooksett Schools. Click herefor more information.
At the latest Hooksett School Board meeting, the Board voted and unanimously approved that the last day of school for Hooksett students will be an Early Release Day on Friday, June 14, 2019. Last Day for Students in Grades 1-5 is Friday, June 14, 2019, @ 12:50 p.m. Last Day for AM Kindergarten Students is […]
This presentation was provided at the February 20, 2019 Incoming Student Information Night for parents of incoming Kindergarten and First Grade students. https://youtu.be/mG9BDMwpWwI
All students, families and community members are invited to CMS on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 (rain date April 11). There will be a thirty minute presentation in the media center at 7:00 pm followed by an outside viewing of the stars. Telescopes will be set up until 9:30 pm. Feel free to drop by stay […]
At this point, an early dismissal has NOT been called for Tuesday, February 12, 2019. However, should an early dismissal be announced by the Superintendent, tomorrow or at any time, please be reminded of the early dismissal times: Early Release at Cawley Middle School is 12:00 pm Early Release at Underhill/Memorial is 12:50 pm (PickUp […]
Click here to view the “School District Analysis of 2019-2020 Budget Committee Draft School District Budget” document.
Presented by Breathe New Hampshire, Vaping Unveiled™ is a program created to educate youth, parents, schools and the community about the dangers of youth nicotine addiction through vaping e-cigarettes, “Juuls,” and other devices. The Henry W. Moore School, in Candia, will be hosting this presentation for all SAU15 communities on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 […]
This video presentation includes information regarding the purpose of the project, identified safety needs and various deficiencies, recommendations for renovations and a building addition, and the financial impact. The project will be Warrant Article #2 on the school district ballot. Voting Day is March 12, 2019 at Cawley Middle School from 6 am to 7 […]