Welcome to Hooksett Memorial School

Serving Hooksett's Children in Grades Three through Five

Engage - Explore - Excel

  • Stephen Harrises


  • Annie Kelly

    Assistant Principal

Welcome to Hooksett Memorial School

  • HMS Spirit Week - Just Between Friends! - February 17 to 24, 2017

    Date: February 16, 2017

    The theme of the week will focus on the meaning of friendships. Friday, February 17 - “Superhero Day” - What’s your Superpower?  Superheroes are well-known for protecting others and having everyone’s back. Dress up as your favorite superhero or create your own superhero!   Tuesday, February 21- “Sports Day Kick Off” - Who do you look up to? Teammates always have each other’s back. Wear your favorite sports gear to support teamwork.  Hats are allowed today!  Students will be reuniting with your “team” from last year (last year’s homeroom) during lunch. Wednesday, February 22- “Love Your Pets Day” - Wear your pajamas or... Read More

  • Bananagrams @ HMS

    Date: February 15, 2017

    A very special congratulations to our own Hunter Crawford for winning our fifth grade  Bananagrams tournament!  He will move on to the next round of online competition beginningFebruary 20th, for a chance to win and participate in a regional tournament to win $1000 for our school!  Go Hunter!! Read More

  • Girls on the Run 2017 (GOTR)

    Date: February 09, 2017

    HMS is excited to be offering the program Girls on the Run again this year.  We have many interested girls at HMS and need at least 2-4 more coaches so all the girls can participate. Please email Annie Kelly at akelly@sau15.net, if you can assist. Girls on the Run is a national organization that sponsors a running platform to encourage positive self-esteem among young girls. They inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. The teams meet twice a week and then will run a non-competitive 5K in June which... Read More

  • February 2 Incident Update

    Date: February 05, 2017

    The following is the content of a letter sent home on Friday, February 3, 2017.   Hello HMS Parents, The purpose of this message is to let you know of an incident that occurred yesterday during the afternoon bus run. On February 2, 2017, at approximately 3:45 PM, the Hooksett Police Department responded to the Fred C. Underhill School for a report of a gun being pointed in the direction of a school bus by one of three high school aged juveniles. The report initially came from Bus 8 students and their driver. The Underhill School was placed in lockdown and the HMS students... Read More

  • February 2 Incident

    Date: February 02, 2017

    Good afternoon. This is Steve Harrises, the principal at Hooksett Memorial School. The purpose of this message is to let you know of an incident that occurred today near the school during dismissal time. During this time, buses were en route to pick up Underhill students. Hooksett Memorial students on one of the buses reported seeing three individuals making inappropriate gestures at them. The students also reported to their bus driver that they saw one of the individuals waving a weapon at them. The bus driver immediately called the school to alert them of the individuals and the report. We called... Read More

  • 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee

    Date: January 20, 2017

    Our school conducted the annual Bee during the first few weeks of January, with class competitions and a whole school competition for grades 4 and 5. Congratulations to our school champion, Alex Dresser, a fourth grader in Mrs. Champagne’s class. River Saxon, in Mrs. Curran’s fifth grade class, was our runner-up and will be the alternate to the state bee. The 2017 New Hampshire State Spelling Bee will be held on Saturday, February 25, 2017, at 1:00 PM, at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord. The student to emerge as the top speller will represent the Granite State... Read More

  • Opiate Drug Awareness Night for Hooksett Parents and Community - Monday, January 23, 2017, 6:30PM

    Date: January 20, 2017

    The current opiate drug epidemic is affecting students and families of all races, ethnic groups, ages, and income levels, including those from affluent families. Children and teens are increasingly coming into contact with or being exposed to illegal drugs. Please join us in a discussion about this critical issue about the current opiate and heroin crisis in our community. This event is for parents of students of all ages, elementary through high school. This event is for adults. Captain Joseph Stalker, Hooksett Fire Department, and Lieutenant Janet Bouchard, Hooksett Police Department, will be there to discuss the current opioid issue in... Read More