On October 3, 2018 at 2:18 pm, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will test a system allowing President Trump and future presidents to send out nationwide emergency messages. This is not an alert message from the Hooksett School District or its schools. The Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) will be sent as a text message to all cell phone […]
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Download the October Principal’s Report here.
The 2018-2019 PTA Reflections contest application packets are available in the main office. Submissions are due on December 3. Click here for more information or contact Mrs. Piccolo.
This year, Hooksett Memorial Students will be earning fitness points for healthy activities. Each trimester the top earning class for each grade level will earn a reward. Fitness logs are located in the gym for students to take home. Fitness logs consist of 25 blocks. Once all 25 blocks are filled in, students turn in the […]
Due to the statewide driver shortage, the start up of the school year has been very challenging to say the least. Our SAU is seven drivers short at this moment. We have people in training but it takes approximately 90 days to get an individual trained and certified to drive a school bus. All of […]
UNH will be hosting a STEM Education Day on Saturday, October 6. The STEM event will run from 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM. During this time students will be able to watch a UNH football game and participate in many STEM related, hands on activities. The STEM Education Day will have many interactive STEM related […]
Hooksett Memorial School is committed to providing a safe environment for students and staff. We work collaboratively with local safety officials to ensure that we are well prepared and children are protected. Emergency preparedness is taken very seriously and school administrators and other staff are provided with crisis management training. Click here to download information parents […]
Click link for story originally aired on September 5, 2018: WMUR video
The Hooksett School District is continually committed to the safety of all students. The school district has been proactive in its approach to school safety for the past several years in light of recent tragic events across the country involving schools. The school district has used a multi-faceted approach to address prevention, mitigation, preparedness, and […]
Click here to read Mr. Harrises’s September Principal’s Report.