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Hooksett Community Skywatch Night

All students, families and community members are invited to Cawley Middle School on Thursday, September 28 at dusk to view the stars. Amateur astronomers will set up telescopes for a closer look at the stars, moon and any visible planets. This is a beginner-friendly viewing to the stars. Each telescope will have an expert that will […]

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

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 […]

Opiate Drug Awareness Night for Hooksett Parents and Community

One of the Hooksett School Board goals is to consider an opiate/drug wellness presentation for student and parents. As a response to this goal, Captain Joseph Stalker from the Hooksett Fire Department and Lieutenant Janet Bouchard from the Hooksett Police Department will discuss the current opioid issue in New Hampshire with parents and the community. […]

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Bat Houses Coming to Memorial And Underhill Schools

Approved by the Hooksett School Board was Life Scout Anthony Kokoszka’s Eagle Scout Project. On Saturday, October 11, 2014, from 11:00AM-3:00PM, Anthony will be hosting a fundraising car wash at Burger King on Hooksett Road across from Shorty’s. Donations will be gladly accepted.  He needs to raise $640 to build 25 bat houses to be hung around the […]

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Welcome Assistant Principal Mrs. Annie Kelly

Introducing our new Assistant Principal Annie Kelly. She received her Master’s in Education from the University of New Hampshire. In 2004, she became a classroom teacher at a small school in Hawaii. After being there for two years, she was offered a position as the Director of a Marine Child Development Center. She learned how […]

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Retiring HMS Teachers – Mrs. Veilleux, Mrs. Smagula, and Mrs. Saunders

  Seventy-seven years of teaching experience. Over 1500 students. Each of these educators has made a positive  impact on so many lives in the Hooksett community. Students, parents, families, & colleagues only have the absolute best to say about these amazing teachers. They have exuded caring, compassion, and kindness over the years; always there to […]