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Opt-in for SchoolMessenger notification texts

Dear Manchester School District families:
The Manchester School District is committed to effective communication between our schools and families. As part of our efforts, we are using an automated notification system called SchoolMessenger. This system allows us to call, text and email thousands of parents and guardians quickly for emergency situations and weather-related school closures.
SchoolMessenger is dependent on the accuracy of the contact information you provide.  It is important to keep all of your phone numbers and email addresses up-to-date.  Any adjustments to your contact information can be made any time, directly to your child(ren)’s school(s).  SchoolMessenger continually syncs with our contacts on file; all new phone numbers and email addresses will be included in notifications after they are added.
When you answer a phone call from SchoolMessenger, you will hear a recorded message. The caller ID will be Manchester School District's main number: (603) 624-6300. If y…

New Gossler Park Elementary School playground complete

The City of Manchester Parks and Recreation Department, Manchester Health Department, and the
Gossler Park Elementary School are excited to announce that the new Gossler Park School’s
Neighborhood Playground has finally become a reality. As part of the Manchester Community Schools Project and the Manchester Neighborhood Health Improvement Strategy, the Manchester Health Department started working on this project several years ago in partnership with the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission who crafted a health impact assessment. The assessment, which was funded by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, aims to redesign the Gossler Park School campus to support health, recreation, and safety.

Subsequently, to support the campus redesign, the Health Department received an anonymous donation of $35,000 that was also funded through the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. This donation was further matched by funding from the Manchester School District, and an additional $15,000 wa…

Presentation on the Benefits of School Breakfast

Eating breakfast can have a positive impact on a student’s success in school. New Hampshire is one of ten states in the country with the lowest participation in the National School Breakfast Program. Please Join the Manchester School District Wellness Council and help make sure all kids get a strong start to their day and a solid academic foundation.

WHEN: November 14, 2017 at 3:15 PM WHERE: Manchester School of Technology, 530 So. Porter St. WHO: Parents, Teachers, Administrators...everyone! QUESTIONS? Please contact Sue Sheehy at ssheehy@mansd.org.

Crew of the USS Manchester visits Queen City

The naval ship USS Manchester, named after New Hampshire’s largest city, will officially be commissioned next April. In preparation, some of the crew of the navy’s newest Littoral Combat Ship (LCS-14), visited the Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corp (NJROTC) program at West High School.
NJROTC cadets, under the leadership of Captain Arthur Stauff and Master Gunnery Sergeant Ronald Slagle, gave a presentation on their unit. During the school-wide assembly, West High School students showcased a history of Manchester and of the school. Performances by the West High School band added to the event’s pomp and circumstance.