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NGSX Science Training

Next Generation Science Exemplar (NGSX) Training NGSX is state-wide science training project which took place in SAU 15 last summer. It was designed to train a cadre of elementary, middle and high school science faculty from a number of NH districts to effectively apply three major science dimensions including disciplinary core ideas, scientific and engineering […]

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3-Dimensional Science Classroom Project

The goal of this project, hosted by SAU15 at Cawley Middle School this summer, was to train a cadre of elementary, middle and high school science faculty from 5 NH districts to effectively apply the CCCs (Crosscutting Concepts) and SEPs (Science and Engineering Practices) of the NH Career and College-Ready Science Standards.  These teachers spent […]

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Hooksett Community Impact Award

The Hooksett Kiwanis Foundation selected the Hooksett School District as the recipient of its 2017 Community Impact Award. This award is presented annually to organizations that have had a significant positive impact on the Hooksett Community. Dr. Littlefield and the district were recognized by the Hooksett Kiwanis for having a long-term positive impact on the […]

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Karen Lessard, Business Administrator of the Year

New Hampshire Association of School Business Officials has chosen Karen Lessard as the Business Administrator of the Year. NHASBO, Executive Director, Steve Martin, announced Karen as the recipient of the award at the recent Candia School Board meeting. Mr. Martin recognized Karen’s accomplishments in her role in SAU 15 and on the executive board of […]

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Smarter Balanced Assessment Parent Feedback Survey

As New Hampshire enters its third year of the Smarter Balanced Assessment administration, the Department of Education would like some feedback.  It is important that they hear from parents regarding their experiences with these assessments.  Please take a moment to respond to the questions on the survey. Your participation and survey responses are completely anonymous and greatly […]

The Department of Education Wants Your Input

The New Hampshire Department of Education wants to hear your ideas on what is most important to improve student learning and how the state can best support schools to serve the needs of all students.  Specifically, they would like to hear your input on the following four questions: What do you expect from New Hampshire’s educational system? […]