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

    Superintendent

  • 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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  • School Calendar Input Needed!

    September 11, 2014

    Calendar

    After many years of discussion regarding the school calendar, a committee has been assembled and charged with researching and recommending a school calendar that will: maximize instructional time on a day to day basis minimize the time for students in June and in August when the days are warmer diminish the need for... Read More


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      • Cawley PTO is now Cawley Hawks PTSA

        November 24, 2014

        We are excited to announce that the Cawley PTO is now the Cawley Hawks PTSA (Parent Teacher Student Association). There are many reasons for this change but the biggest reason is for accountability and support. By becoming a PTSA we receive support from the local and national levels of the PTA... Read More


      • Squirm - Grade 3 Performances

        November 25, 2014

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        On November 24th and 25th, third grade students performed SQUIRM, a wiggly, giggly, squiggly musical during the school day. They prepared the songs and scenes in music class with the assistance of their homeroom teachers and the unified arts team. Families were invited to attend the performances, which took place... Read More


      • Internet Essentials Available Through Comcast

        November 24, 2014

        Comcast

        Dear Underhill Families, For the past 3 years, Comcast has offered a low cost internet access program called “Internet Essentials” to certain low income families. They now have an amnesty program for low income families who could qualify for the “Internet Essentials” program. If families have a past due balance more than... Read More