MANCHESTER HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION
Documents relating to the tuition agreement that places Hooksett students in Manchester High Schools. (Recently added: Hooksett/Manchester Agreement 7/30/13)
WATCH SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS
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Download the HIGH SCHOOL FACT SHEET
HIGH SCHOOL ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE SURVEY
The Hooksett School Board is seeking community members to serve on the Hooksett High School Assessment Committee. Please contact Mr. David Pearl at firstname.lastname@example.org with your desire to serve and your contact information. To view the charge for this committee please open the Documents & Reports tab at the top of this page and click on “High School Assessment Committee Charge.”
Monday, November 25, 2013 – Cawley Cafeteria at 7:00: High School Parent Information Night
Tuesday, November 26, 2013 – Cawley Media Center at 6:30: Special Hooksett School Board meeting
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 – Cawley Media Center at 6:30: Hooksett School Board meeting
Monday, December 9, 2013 – Pinkerton Academy, Spaulding Arts and Humanities Center, Stockbridge Theater at 7:00: Hooksett School board will hold a joint meeting with the Pinkerton Academy Board of Trustees
Thursday, December 12, 2013 – Memorial Media Center at 5:30: Hooksett School Board meets with Budget Committee
Tuesday, December 17, 2013 – Cawley Media Center at 6:30: Hooksett School Board meeting
SAU 15 CORE VALUES
1. Schools are for students.
2. Students meet and exceed high academic standards.
3. We each have the responsibility to ensure the success of all students.
4. Twenty-first century instruction is necessary for twenty-first century learning.
5. We believe that it does, in fact, "take a village to raise a child.”
To read the Core Values in detail, please click here.
ASBESTOS-FREE NOTIFICATION STATEMENT
This notification, as required by Federal Law, is to state that Hooksett’s three schools have been certified to be Asbestos-Free. All known asbestos containing building materials (ACBM) have been abated at the Fred C. Underhill in 2006 and Memorial School in 2003. New materials installed or used in subsequent renovations at the two schools and the construction of the David R. Cawley School have been certified not to contain asbestos materials. The documents of non-ACBM in the three schools are their AHERA written management plan maintained by the School Administration Unit #15.