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Welcome to Hooksett Memorial School

Serving Hooksett's Children in Grades Three through Five

Inspiring Excellence Together

  • Stephen Harrises


  • Annie Kelly

    Assistant Principal

Welcome to Hooksett Memorial School

  • Celebrating Ady

    Date: November 06, 2017

    HMS had a celebration today in honor of Ady. She and her family, with all that they have been through, have been there to support others dealing with tough situations and issues in their lives. As the community has supported her, she has supported the community. We praise her for all that she has done. Her fundraising efforts and support over the past couple of years have resulted in the collection of over $500,000 for leukemia research and support. She is a true hero! Dara Cote, from the Make-a-Wish Foundation, has a special announcement for the family. Ady's wish of Disney was granted!...

  • Fundraising for Pancreatic Cancer

    Date: November 03, 2017

    The HMS school community has been raising money to support the fight against pancreatic cancer. We have also been wearing purple on Fridays to bring attention to this cause. HMS will have a special assembly on Friday, November 3, to celebrate our school’s efforts and announce the total monies raised. Part of the celebration will be coloring Mr. Rivet’s beard purple by some of our highest fundraising students. A student will also speak about her personal battle with Leukemia. We have also challenged Cawley to raise money in a similar cause, children’s cancer, and they have accepted.  This is such...

  • Slapstick Science

    Date: November 03, 2017

    Slapstick Science is an exciting and entertaining science assembly which uses the circus as a laboratory. All programs are written and produced by certified science teachers and former Ringling Brothers Circus performer, Ted Lawrence. Slapstick Science will be bringing their physics-based show to each school during the school days on November 20 & 21. Thanks to the Hooksett PTA for sponsoring this event.

  • Veteran's Day Assembly

    Date: November 03, 2017

    Students at HMS will honor Veterans Day with an assembly on Thursday, November 9. Students will be greeted by Mr. Harrises and Mrs. Kelly, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by some third and fourth grade students. A Veterans Day play will be performed. An updated slideshow of HMS Veterans was prepared by members of our Social Studies Committee, Ms. Amato, Mrs. Coulon, and Mrs. Githmark. Students and staff will be asked to salute their relatives when they are presented on their slide. The ceremony will close with a moment of silence. This is the sixth year in which...

  • Hour of Code 2017

    Date: November 03, 2017

    Our world is surrounded by technology. We know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly hinge on understanding technology. During the week of December 4-8, the “The Hour of Code” will be presented as a whole school enrichment opportunity. Classroom teachers will be facilitating this activity, with Mrs. McLain leading the efforts. This will reach all students at HMS, teaching them the basics of computer coding through a variety of interactive games. Our entire school is joining this learning event for the fifth year. See for additional details....

  • Raising Funds and Awareness for Pancreatic Cancer

    Date: November 03, 2017

      Students over the past month have been fundraising for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. They also raised awareness by wearing purple each Friday. Students did an AMAZING job as they raised over $1500!!! Our top donors were invited to help dye Mr. Rivet's and Mr. Harrises's beards PURPLE! We would also like to thank Hooksett McDonald's who generously donated a free ice cream to each HMS student as they were so impressed with our fundraising efforts. The students had a great time! Thanks to all our fantastic HMS students who helped fundraise for this great cause!

  • The NED Show - October 19

    Date: October 16, 2017

    The NED Show is a character education program that centers around three important messages that have lifelong relevance: Never give up, Encourage others and Do your best. During the assembly, students will learn about the importance of these three life skills while also enjoying storytelling, magic, humor and yo-yo tricks. These assemblies will be in the afternoon on Thursday, October 19, 2017. For more information, please visit: