Any student participating in the morning or after school programs offered by 21CCLC (HASP) will be asked to participate in a non-academic survey in May. 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.
The survey is posted here.
There are many new scholarships available please look for them in the Guidance section of our website or visit the Guidance Office.
See Mrs. Johnson for more details.
The New Hampshire Department of Education wants to hear from staff, families, and community members in your school community! The 603 Bright Futures Survey is available for you to distribute to your communities now through April 29th. This spring, it is especially important to hear feedback from your district and community. It has been two years since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and much has changed since that time. While communities start to recover from all of the disruptions, it is critical to understand how staff, families and communities have been impacted, and how they will move forward to plan for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year.
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.
Survey Links: To access the surveys, please visit the appropriate link(s) beginning Monday, March 14, through Friday, April 29, 2022
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
* Please note that “Community Members” are those who do not have students enrolled in New Hampshire public schools. Those who do should complete the family surveys instead.
This week, Governor Sununu issued a statement that school districts may not require face masks within buildings.
There is a School Board meeting on Monday, February 28th at 6:15 PM to discuss the mask policy.
Please be advised that the current mask policy remains in place until it is updated at the school board meeting on Monday evening.
Again, masks will be required indoors at school on Monday, February 28th.
We will update everyone regarding the outcome of Monday’s meeting as soon as we are able to.
Due to some concerns from the community over recent social media posts we want to remind parents of the emergency plan expectations if an emergency situation comes up again.
Please select the link below for more information.
Emergency Plan for Parents
ATTENTION HINSDALE NH RESIDENTS
The Hinsdale School District is looking for Hinsdale residents to serve on a Principal search committee. The charge of this committee is to select a principal for the Hinsdale Middle High School.
Please send a letter of interest by February 3, 2022, to:
Ann Marie Diorio, Director of Human Resources
P.O. Box 27
Hinsdale, NH 03451