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Manchester's elementary schools will be accepting registrations for kindergarten and new first grade students in April. Students currently attending MSD's pre-school programs do not have to register for kindergarten at their neighborhood school; those records will be transferred.  Not sure which is your neighborhood school?  Find it HERE. The dates and times for children and parents to register in person at each school are listed on theManchester School District Website. Please note that one evening date and time has been scheduled, and students across the city can register there, regardless of their home school. Teachers will be on hand during daytime hours to give your child a literacy screening, which is a simple tool that asks your child to complete some kindergarten and first grade level tasks. No appointment is necessary.  The required forms are available for downloadFilling them out before your registration day will save you time. Please be aware that some schools might …

Kindergarten and new first grade registration dates announced

Kindergarten and New First Grade Registration Dates Announced Manchester’s elementary schools will be accepting registrations for kindergarten and new first grade students in April. Students currently attending MSD’s pre-school programs do not have to register for kindergarten at their neighborhood school; those records will be transferred.  Not sure which is your neighborhood school?  Find it HERE. The dates and times for children and parents to register in person at each school are listed on theManchester School District Website. Please note that one evening date and time has been scheduled, and students across the city can register there, regardless of their home school. Teachers will be on hand during daytime hours to give your child a literacy screening, which is a simple tool that asks your child to complete some kindergarten and first grade level tasks. No appointment is necessary.  The required forms are available for download. Filling them out before your registration day will …

Ed Funding 101 Presentation

On January 31, 2019 Andru Volinsky and John Tobin came to Memorial High School to share their Ed Funding 101 presentation. You can view the presentation here.



Thank you to the City of Manchester Library trustees for allowing teens ages 12-17 to get library cards without parent permission.   Also, a big thank you to City of Manchester Teen Librarian Alex Graves and MST Teacher Jillian Corey who worked very hard for this change to take place. All students ages 12-17 need is a photo ID, proof of school enrollment, or school ID.

West High School student chosen for $25,000 scholarship

West High School student chosen for $25,000 scholarship

Lily Rousseau, a Manchester High School West student, is among 106 recipients of the prestigious 2018 Horatio Alger National Scholarship.  Read the Union Leader article about Lily and the scholarship she has been awarded here.

Community Budget Forums for FY 2020