Hinsdale, New Hampshire
Mission Statement
We, the members of the Hinsdale School District, are committed to meeting the needs of all students in a respectful, safe and secure environment that encourages individual learning and instills the learning process. Together, school and community strive to nurture life-long learning to promote an informed society.


COVID-19 / Remote Learning

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Pandemic EBT benefits

Do you qualify for P-EBT? Two ways to qualify are if you are receiving benefits from NH DHHS or if you qualify for free and reduced meals through the application process. It is not too late to qualify for this. Below is a free and reduced meal application, if you think you may qualify complete it and get it to Mrs. Ericka Kilelee at HMHS, 336-5984.
You will also find a letter from the NH DOE outlining the benefits and a flyer from NH DHHS.

Free and Reduced Meal Application

P-EBT Parent Letter

603 Bright Futures Survey-NHDOE

Dear Families,

The New Hampshire Department of Education wants to hear from you. The 603 Bright Futures Survey is an opportunity for you to have your voice heard. These surveys will gather actionable feedback around learning models, school climate, family and community engagement, and other topics in order to understand the successes and challenges of the recent school year and plan for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year. We have partnered with Panorama Education to support us with the 603 Bright Futures Survey. If you have any questions about the survey program, please reach out to Panorama at support+nhdoe@panoramaed.com

The 603 Bright Futures Survey is also how schools will gather their Special Education Family data in support of the NHDOE’s federal reporting for Indicator 8. This year, all schools and families are eligible to participate. Please feel free to share the survey with your community.

The survey window runs from June 1 through June 30.

Survey Links

  • Families in K-12, Preschool, and Private Schools: bit.ly/nhdoefamily
  • Staff in Public and Private Schools: bit.ly/nhdoestaff
  • Community Members: bit.ly/nhdoecommunity
  • 2021-2022 School Year Announcement

    As we move closer to the end of the 2020-2021 school year the Hinsdale School Board would like to inform the school community of our intentions for the 2021-2022 school year.

    At this point, based on current COVID trends and the availability of a vaccine, it is our intention to return to all in-person learning for the next school year. At this time we are not planning to have the option for remote learning. The education of our students and the ability of our staff to provide the highest level of instruction are optimal when in-person learning is provided. We will revisit this plan as needed and if circumstances change, we will be prepared to make adjustments to ensure, to the best of our ability, quality education for our students and the health and safety of our entire school community.

    We know that this has been a challenging year for everyone and we thank you all for your efforts!

    We are excited to welcome all of our school community back to an in-person learning environment and are looking forward to a safe, healthy, and productive 2021-2022 school year. Thank you and have a wonderful holiday weekend, reminder that there is school on Friday.

    2020-2021 Before/After School Survey

    Any student participating in the morning or after-school programs offered by 21st CCLC (HASP) will be asked to participate in a non-academic survey in early May. Students in Grades 3-8 who regularly attend the program (before and or after school) will be asked to complete an online survey. The data is used by the NH Department of Education to evaluate our programs. This message is to notify parents or legal guardians of the non-academic survey or questionnaire and its purpose. Both of the surveys are posted here – one is for younger youth, one is for older youth.

    Younger Student Survey
    Older Student Survey

    Update on COVID-19, April 2, 2021

    It has come to our attention that there was a member of the Hinsdale Middle High School community who has tested positive for COVID-19 today (4/2/21). We have completed contact tracing and families of close contacts were notified this morning. All those impacted have been notified and all other healthy students who are not quarantined should be in school on, Monday, April 5. If you have any questions, please call Hinsdale Elementary School at 336-5332 or Hinsdale High School at 336-5984. Thank you and have a good weekend.

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