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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

  • William J. Rearick

    Superintendent

  • Amy Ransom

    Business Administrator

Welcome to SAU 15 – Auburn, Candia, Hooksett

SAU 15 News

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  • Congratulations to our DI Teams

    March 17, 2019

    The Destination Imagination Eastern Regional competition was held yesterday at Memorial High School in Manchester, NH. Auburn Village was represented by 3 teams. Our youngest team, the Ocean Squad, was a non-competitive team of first and second graders. Their costumes, pop-up book and stage presence wowed the audience. Our elementary...


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Hooksett School DistrictView All

  • Grade 6 Orientation

    May 06, 2019

    Move Up Day Flyer

    Fifth graders will have "Move Up Day" on June 5, 2019. They will attend an orientation at CMS during the school day to meet their future teachers. The teachers will give a tour of the school, and students will have a snack in the cafeteria, and then meet with Cawley’s...


  • Color-A-Thon is Coming to Hooksett Schools

    April 08, 2019

    graphic with the words, "color-a-thon"

    Mark your calendars for May 19 when Color-A-Thon takes place! This colorful, fun community-wide event is a fundraiser to support the enrichment of children in Hooksett Schools. Click here for more information.


  • Relax and Read Day - April 5, 2019!

    April 02, 2019

    Fred in office

    Friday, April 5, 2019  will be a day to wear your pajamas so you can “Relax and Read” at Underhill School. Underhill Students are “Wild About Reading!”  They did an amazing job and read 3,181 books to help Fred find his way back to our school. Now it’s time for all...