A “Meet the Candidates” night will be held on November 15. More information will be coming soon. To read biographies of each candidate, click here.
Archive | October, 2018
Be on time, be prepared, bring questions and other tips for the parent-teacher conference with your elementary school child. Elementary school is when parents are most likely to attend conferences, and these meetings will lay the foundation for your attitude and form your impression of conferences in the future, according to educational consultant and child expert […]
Rosanne Beaudoin, HMS Media Specialist, has been working with representatives from the Hooksett Public Library to offer an opportunity for all students to “tinker” with different STEM products and activities again this year. Each classroom will have the opportunity to explore coding through Ozobots, Probots, and Sphero; learn about electricity and circuitry through Snapcircuits and […]
Three fifth grade classes (Mrs. Levesque, Mrs. Godbout, & Mr. Rivet) participated in a Mayan Dig at school today. Artifacts were hidden in a sandy area and the students participated in a simulated archeologists dig, using varied tools and a search grid in the sand. Mrs. Lang, a former HMS teacher, assisted in the setup and […]
“Get on Board”, the skateboarding program that travels to schools around the state, arrived at HMS on Monday, October 1st to HMS. Students in all grades have had an opportunity to learn skateboarding basics during their physical education classes. The students have been raving about the experience. Thanks to Mrs. Lemay, our PE/Health Teacher, for […]
In conjunction with the Hooksett Library, the Hooksett PTA is putting on a free showing of the 2018 Documentary about Fred Rogers. This event takes place this Thursday, 10/18/2018, at 6:30 pm, at the Hooksett Public Library. All parents, teachers, and community members welcome.
Being considerate, courteous, helpful, and understanding of others; showing care, compassion, friendship, and generosity; and treating others as you would like to be treated.
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 […]
Download the October Principal’s Report here.