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Archive | March, 2015
A culminating activity of Friendship Week was Career Day. Students were challenged to consider their future goals and imagine what they would like to be when they grow up. On Friday, February 13, students dressed to express their future selves! Check out the slide show of photographs here.
Mrs. Chouinard and Mrs. Ux’s classes had the opportunity to participate and explore some Rocks and Minerals during a presentation given by Marilyn Zavorski (see slide show here). She had seven tables set up with numerous rocks and minerals which each student explored. In her presentation, Mrs. Zavorski described the rock cycle and some of […]
The Hooksett School District’s library program has been selected as a finalist for the New Hampshire School Library Media Association’s “Outstanding School Library Program” award. Hooksett is one of three programs chosen as finalists. Dr. Charles P. Littlefield, superintendent of schools for SAU 15, nominated Hooksett’s school library program for the award. Dr. Littlefield noted […]
All DI (Destination Imagination) Teams did an excellent job at the Regional Tournament on Saturday, March 14 in Kingston, NH. The HMS Making Waves Team has been selected to go on to the DI State Tournament on Saturday, March 28 at Winnacunnet High School in Hampton, NH. If you see one of the DI students […]
Attn: Parents/Guardians: Art To Remember order forms are due on Thursday, March 19, 2015 for HMS students. Please make every effort to turn in orders by this date. Thank you.
Please click on the link for information about the Smarter Balanced Assessment. Memorial SBAC Parent Letter
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SCA NH Americorps members are working with our Grade 3 students for several weeks. This week they discussed the life cycle of the tree. Students did an activity, using cards on necklaces. Students put themselves in the order of the life cycle of a tree by talking to each other. Then students also did an […]
Memorial fifth graders took a trip to the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord, NH on February 13. We explored the exhibits and learned about Christa McAuliffe and Alan Shepard, the NH astronauts that the Discovery Center honors. We attended the planetarium show “Tonight’s Sky” which highlighted the constellations and planets that we might be able […]