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Welcome!! Auburn, Candia & Hooksett Students

Thank you to all Auburn, Candia, and Hooksett students, families, faculty and staff for the smooth opening of school this week. This year, we will continue to work collaboratively with our community to provide the highest quality education in a secure, positive and encouraging environment for all students. We all look forward to a positive […]

Teachers attending NGSX science training

SAU 15 Teachers Prepare For The New Year

Teachers from the three SAU 15 school districts met in June and August to prepare for the upcoming school year. These teachers took part in Next Generation Science Exemplar Program Training also known as the Effective 3-Dimensional Science Classroom Project. Teachers are trained to effectively apply crosscutting concepts and science and engineering practices in daily […]

William Rearick and Amy Ransom

SAU 15 Welcomes New Administrators

SAU 15 is pleased to welcome two new administrators this year, William (Bill) Rearick, Superintendent of Schools and Amy Ransom, Business Administrator. Mr. Rearick most recently served as an educational consultant for the Tiverton, RI school district after serving 15 years as their Superintendent. Before becoming a superintendent, Mr. Rearick was a high school principal, […]

Superintendent Finalists – Meet the Candidates

The SAU Board has selected two finalists and would like to invite the public to “Meet the Candidates” on Thursday, November 15th at 6:00 pm at the David R. Cawley Middle School. Mr. William Rearick is currently serving as an educational consultant to the Tiverton, RI school district where he recently retired after 15 years […]

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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 […]