Our school community will be bidding a fond farewell to two staff members that have done so much for our school and the Hooksett community.
- Dan Gillen – Dan joined the Hooksett schools in September 1978 at Hooksett Village School. Dan has taught many grades and subjects during his 38 years with our district. Over the years, Dan has supported hundreds of students and their families. He has collaborated with his colleagues to improve instruction in all academic areas. He has played a leadership role in many committees, helping all to be more successful and helping to make our school a successful, safe, and healthy place. We wish Dan and his family many years of relaxation along the Maine coast. He will be be missed by our entire school community.
- Joe Saxon – Joe joined the Hooksett School District as a custodian back in September 2007. He has always gone beyond expectations in performing his vital role in helping to make our school beautiful and clean. We will miss not hearing Frank Sinatra playing on the stereo in the halls, as Joe always does. He has been a lifelong New Hampshire resident. He has fought for our country and proudly supports his fellow veterans. We wish him the best in his well deserved retirement. Go Yankees!