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Welcome to Hooksett Memorial School

Serving Hooksett's Children in Grades Three through Five

Engage - Explore - Excel

  • Stephen Harrises

    Principal

  • Annie Kelly

    Assistant Principal

Welcome to Hooksett Memorial School

  • Phones Not Working at HMS & Hooksett Student Services

    Date: July 20, 2017

    The phones at HMS & Hooksett Student Services are not functioning properly at this time. Phone prompts and voicemail are down.  We are working on a solution. If you can't get through via phone, email either Stacey Collins (scollins@sau15.net) or Julie Collins (jcollins@sau15.net). Thanks for your patience as we solve this issue.

  • Grade 2 to 3 Step Up Day and Parent Meeting

    Date: June 01, 2017

    On Monday, June 12, 2017, upcoming third grade students will visit and tour HMS. Grade three teachers and staff will introduce them to our school and highlight all that makes HMS a wonderful learning community. Parents of incoming third graders are invited to attend a meeting that evening, from 6:00-7:30PM. Administration and several grade three teachers will discuss the school and expectations for their child’s upcoming third grade experience. Parents will be offered a tour after the presentation.

  • Grade 3 Visits Head School in Hooksett

    Date: June 01, 2017

    All HMS third grade classes enjoyed their field trips to Hooksett’s Head School during May 2017, as the “school marms” provided them with a living history experience of what school was like in the 1840’s. Congratulations to the Head School Society and the Heritage Commission for creating and supporting this outstanding educational program and for maintaining this impressive local historical treasure.

  • Grade 5 Trip to Minute Man National Historical Park

    Date: June 01, 2017

    On Wednesday, May 24th, the fifth grade class took a field trip to Minute Man National Historical Park, in Concord and Lexington, MA. The weather was beautiful and the students were very excited about seeing the sites they had read and heard about while studying the American Revolution. Students were prepared to make presentations at various locations, with student groups being the ‘experts’. The trip took students to the North Bridge (the scene of "The Shot Heard 'Round the World"), the Minute Man Visitor Center and the Hartwell Tavern. Students were able to see the uniforms worn by American Revolutionary...

  • Trail Tale

    Date: June 01, 2017

    Mrs. Brotherson’s class has invited classes to take a walk on the “HMS TRAIL TALE.” In a belated celebration of Earth Day (April 22) and just because the weather is getting so beautiful, they have created a TRAIL TALE around the school. The TRAIL TALE starts near the front door and goes around the building. They have taken the book, Seeds of Change: Planting a Path to Peace, by Jen Johnson, and put each page of the book along a “trail” around the building. Classes can read the entire book, page by page, by walking the trail, while getting some...

  • Engineering in Reverse

    Date: June 01, 2017

    On June 12 & June 14, Grade five classrooms will be collaborating with staff and sailors from the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard on a reverse engineering project. Students will be able take apart appliances to see how they work. Students will then attempt to put the devices back together again. Each class will have 1.5 hours to devote to this activity. Grade five students will have the opportunity to learn about reverse engineering as part of this outreach program.

  • Beginning Band/Advanced Band

    Date: May 30, 2017

    Both Beginning Band and Advanced Band are over for the school year.  There will be no Beginning Band this afternoon and no Advanced Band on Thursday, June 1st.  Thank you.