Welcome to SAU 15 – Auburn, Candia, Hooksett

SAU #15 school districts believe the roots of a great community lie in the strength of the educational system that molds today’s children into tomorrow’s leaders. Our schools are child centered and provide high-quality, rigorous instruction that engages and challenges students in acquiring the knowledge, skills, and strategies necessary for the 21st century.
  • Marge Polak

    Assistant Superintendent

  • Dr. Charles P. Littlefield


  • Karen Lessard

    Business Administrator

Welcome to SAU 15 – Auburn, Candia, Hooksett

SAU 15 News

  • PD Committee Members Cheryl Caake (Auburn), Karen Murray (Hooksett), Cheryl St. Pierre (Candia)

    SAU 15 Professional Development

    Date: June 27, 2014

    SAU 15 believes high quality professional development is critical to the success of our students, faculty, and schools in the districts of Auburn, Candia, and Hooksett. High quality, successful professional development leads to professional competence and directly impacts instructional practices, student learning and achievement. This year, the SAU 15 Professional Development Committee has been hard at work on the development of the new 5-year Master Plan. The committee includes the following members: Cheryl Caake (Auburn), Cheryl St. Pierre (Candia), Karen Murray (Underhill), Beth Curran (Memorial), Kelly Martino (Cawley), Christine Gialousis (Administration) Drew Bairstow (Administration), Kim Royer (School Board), Trisha Korkosz (Community)... Read More

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    SAU 15 Teacher Effectiveness and Evaluation Committee

    Date: June 23, 2014

    In October 2013, the SAU #15 Teacher Effectiveness and Evaluation Committee was formed to create a collaborative evaluation model leading to improved teaching performance and increased academic achievement. A group of 24 teachers and administrators worked throughout the year to critically research different evaluation models to determine the most comprehensive components for teacher advancement. The committee used the reports of the New Hampshire Task Force for Effective Teaching as a foundation for their work. One key aspect outlined in the Task Force Phase II Report is that the State Model System contains five major components – the four domains of professional... Read More

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  • Pinkerton Academy Liaison
    photoPinkerton Academy Senior, Michael Locke, was elected by fellow Auburn students, to serve as the liaison to the Auburn School Board for the 2013-2014 school year. Michael attended monthly meetings and provided a detailed update of school events related to academics and co-curricular activities. Michael shared these thoughts on his experience this year: “It has […]

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  • Washington DC Parent Information Night
    US_Capitol_west_sideA parent information night for the 2014-2015 8th grade Washington DC trip will be held on Tuesday, August 26th at 5:00 PM in Mr. Pritchard’s room. Information regarding the trip, including pricing will be presented. Mr. Doug Bennett of Bennett Tours will be on-hand to answer any questions.

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  • Cawley Middle School Open House
    Cawley 11.58.57 AMThe Cawley Middle School Open House for parents will be on Tuesday, August 26, 2014 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. We have moved open house to the beginning of the year in order to make immediate contact with parents before the start of school. Open House is intended for parents to receive an overview of […]
  • Welcome Assistant Principal Mrs. Annie Kelly
    AnnieIntroducing our new Assistant Principal Annie Kelly. She received her Master’s in Education from the University of New Hampshire. In 2004, she became a classroom teacher at a small school in Hawaii. After being there for two years, she was offered a position as the Director of a Marine Child Development Center. She learned how […]
  • Second Grade Life Cycle Research
    LifeCycleSecond graders spent much of the month of May researching the life cycle of a butterfly.  They used many resources and various media to answer their questions about the life of our favorite spring insect.  They even observed the life cycle firsthand in their classrooms, but released them before their two week adult lifespan came […]