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 March. Students in Grades 3-8 who regularly attend the program (before and or after school) will be asked to complete an on-line 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. Parents or legal guardians may opt out of the non-academic survey for their child either in writing or electronically.
The Hinsdale School Board will be hosting a community forum on January 27, 2016 from 6:00-7:30 pm.
Community Forum Invitation
Welcome to our new superintendent Wayne Woolridge.
The link below is the last school board report from Superintendent Mrs. Bassett
Supt. Rpt. 12.9.2015
This fall the bus company has had some difficulty with providing all the buses needed for our daily bus runs. We have tried to keep families up to date with information as it becomes available to us. As we move forward any time there is an issue with bus runs we will minimally send a Tweet as soon as we are informed of an issue. You do not need to subscribe to Twitter just go to any of our websites and the Twitter feed is on the home page. If we have sufficient notice to an issue we will also use our automatic call system to inform families.
Hinsdale School District has successfully found a new
Thanks to the hard work of the Superintendent Search Committee we are now at a point where we are bringing forward two candidates in the process. On Wednesday, December 2 there will be three sets of forums followed by school board interviews.
The forums are:
Teacher and staff forum- 3:45- 4:15 and 4:20-4:50 This forum will be held in the HMHS Library
Parents, students and community forum- 5:00-5:45 and 5:50-6:35 in the HMHS cafeteria
SAU Staff Forum- 3:45- 4:15 and 4:20-4:50 in the SAU conference room
We hope you will make every effort to participate in these forums as your input would be most appreciated.
The opening of school is always an exciting time, both for students and staff. The staff has been busy preparing for the first day and the arrival of students allows them the opportunity to see their preparation take effect. For students, the first day is filled with excitement as well as some anxiety. Once the day begins, the anxiety starts to ebb and the excitement and anticipation remains.
The opening of school is always highlighted by the concept of promise. It is a time to start afresh with endless possibilities. It is a time to continue the journey of life -long learning, for our students and our staff. We all look forward to a terrific year. Let the voyage continue.
With thanks for a smooth opening,
The SAU 92 Administrative Team