Mayan Dig – Mr. Rivet and Mrs. Godbout’s classes did a Mayan dig with two retired Hooksett teachers, Mrs. Lang and Mrs. Miner. ALL OUR YOUNG ARCHEOLOGISTS LOVED IT !
Archive | October, 2016
Fruit smoothies were available today for students, strawberry/banana. What a huge hit. Our food service staff planned for approximately 75-80 smoothies. We will be serving smoothies on Wednesday mornings and will be at least doubling our projections in the future.
Congratulations to all Hooksett Schools for receiving Blue Ribbon Awards for volunteerism again this year. Our schools have received this award for many years, thanks to the copious volunteer hours from our school community. Together, we are helping to keep our community of Hooksett a wonderful place for our children to thrive! (Pictured are Ben […]
The Hooksett Department of Public Works is hosting its annual Haunted Trail and Hayride on Friday, October 28 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm at the Department of Public Works (210 West River Road). Admission is free, but please bring at least one canned good per person to supply the Hooksett Food Pantry. There will be […]
The New Hampshire Department of Education wants to hear your ideas on what is most important to improve student learning and how the state can best support schools to serve the needs of all students. Specifically, they would like to hear your input on the following four questions: What do you expect from New Hampshire’s educational system? […]
Click here for a link to the HMS October 2016 Principal Report.