Summer is coming quickly and, along with our community partners, we've got summer programs for students of all ages. You can read more about the summer programs around the city and sign up today at https://www.mansd.org/page/summer-2023.
The state Board of Education is proposing changes to state minimum standards, known as Ed 306. As part of that process, a series of listening sessions has been scheduled around the state, including one at Memorial High School at 6 p.m. on June 5. You can find more information about the proposed rule changes here: https://bit.ly/NHED306.
Need to register a new student? We're hosting an in-person registration event from 5-6:30 pm TONIGHT, Thursday, May 11, at Beech Street School. Assistance will be available. Please note: Students must be age 5 by September 30 to start school this fall. More info at https://www.mansd.org/o/msd/page/register-a-student.
We're excited to take part once again in the city's Earth Day clean-up. You can pick up cleaning materials and drop off trash at any of these five sites: 🌎 Jewett Street School, 130 S Jewett St 🌎 Northwest Elementary, 300 Youville St 🌎 Hillside Middle School, 112 Reservoir Ave 🌎 Beech Street School, 333 Beech St 🌎 Victory Park/Harnett Parking lot, 139 Concord St Want to let us know you'll be joining us? Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3KIRTFu. We'll see you on Earth Day!
Program flyer: Manchester South Sabers has set clinics starting next week, ahead of the 2023 season. Football, flag football and cheerleading are offered. More information at manchestersouthsabers.com.
Program flyer: Chandler's Ball 3 on 3 tournament will return this summer, with three divisions for players ages 10 to 21. Tournament cost is $15 per team, with proceeds supporting maintenance of Sheridan Emmitt Park. You can find more information on the attached flyer.
On April 11, enjoy A Night of Jazz with the Central, Memorial and Hillside Jazz Bands at the historic Palace Theatre. Tickets for the event are $15 and support the jazz programs at Hillside and Central. You can grab your ticket here: https://palacetheatre.org/event/a-night-of-jazz-w-the-central-high-memorial-high-hillside-middle-jazz-bands/
TODAY! Join us and share your vision for our schools as we kick off our master plan visioning process. Learn about the process and how you can get involved at one of three sessions (details below). We hope to see you tomorrow, but if you can't make it, we'll have recaps and more information in the coming weeks. ☑️ Session 1 (in-person): Noon-1:30 pm at Girls at Work, 200 Bedford Street, Manchester ☑️ Session 2 (virtual): 3:30-5 pm on Zoom – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8747... ☑️ Session 3 (in-person): 6-7:30 pm at Beech Street School, 333 Beech Street, Manchester
This afternoon after school, Wilson School and Beech Street School briefly went into secure campus mode due to police activity in the area. Secure campus means that any students outside of the building were brought inside. It was lifted once Manchester Police cleared the area.
Registration is NOW OPEN for new students for the 2023-2024 school year! We are excited to welcome new students and families in September. Please note: In order to start school next school year, students must be age 5 by September 30. You can apply online today or sign up in person at one of our sign-up events. Find information on sign-up events and a link to register at https://www.mansd.org/article/1057652.
Due to a small fire in the kitchen at Manchester School of Technology this morning, today (Wednesday) will be a remote learning day for all students at MST ONLY. It is a regular school day for all other schools. Students who attend MST for CTE programs will not attend today.
Reminder: There is no school on Monday, March 20, for Manchester School District for a planned teacher professional development day. Students will return to class on Tuesday, March 21.
Students! Do you have a passion for volunteering? Apply today for the second Student Volunteer Awards presented by Manchester Proud. You can read more about the awards and apply today at: https://www.mansd.org/article/1035077
There is a two-hour delay for Manchester School District on Wednesday, March 15, due to winter storm clean-up. This affects Kindergarten through Grade 12 and full-day pre-kindergarten. Morning pre-kindergarten is cancelled. Afternoon pre-kindergarten starts at regular time. You can find detailed start times for each school level under a two-hour delay at https://www.mansd.org/page/school-closings-and-delays. Please use caution traveling in the morning.
Due to the winter storm, Tuesday, March 14, will be a remote learning day for students in Kindergarten through Grade 12. There is no pre-kindergarten on Tuesday. All after-school activities are cancelled on Tuesday. Remote learning technical support will be available during the day Tuesday. To get support, you can call 603-413-3420 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Central High School is seeking business partners to participate in its 2023 Career Fair, to be held on Tuesday, April 18. This is a great opportunity to open students' eyes to a potential career path, and all it takes is a couple of hours. Interested? You can sign up to participate at https://bit.ly/CentralCareer2023 (please reply by March 17).
Program flyer: NH Swim School presents Introduction to Swim Team this summer for middle and high school students. The program runs from July 3-August 10 at Livingston Park. Register online at www.manchesterswim.com.
There is no school next week – February 27 through March 3 – for February vacation. Have a happy, safe break and we'll see you back on Monday, March 6.
There is a two-hour delay for Manchester School District on Friday, February 24, due to icy road conditions. There is no morning pre-kindergarten. Under a two-hour delay, schools open two hours later than normal. Please be cautious getting into school today.
There is no school Thursday in Manchester School District due to the winter storm. There is no remote learning. All activities and athletics are canceled on Thursday.