Hampton School District
School Administrative Unit 90
Hampton School District is SAU 90, a public school system educating the students in the Town of Hampton, NH from preschool to grade 8.
The mission of the Hampton School District is to provide an encouraging, educational environment where the unique talents and abilities of individual students are recognized and where the learning experience is meaningful and every student achieves mastery through a firm foundation in core fundamentals, higher level of thinking, problem-solving and critical/creative communication skills.
Hampton School District announces
Opening of School Year 2016-17
Hampton, NH (August 11, 2016) – The Hampton School District will open its doors to a new school year on Tuesday, August 30th. Approximately 1,110 students are expected to attend schools on the opening day. On Monday, August 29, students will have an opportunity to visit their schools before the official opening: Centre School will hold their annual open house that day at 12:00 noon; Marston School’s ice cream social will follow at 2:00 pm; that evening Hampton Academy will host an orientation/open house at 6:00 pm. Students and families are invited to come by and visit their classrooms and meet their teachers and staff.
The district has put the finishing touches on summer improvements and preparation of the school buildings. A number of projects have been completed across the district including updating of sinks and countertops in primary classrooms and painting throughout the buildings. In addition, a significant portion of the Marston School roof has been replaced.
Community Forum around the Hampton Academy Building Project will Stream Live here on October 25th starting at 7:00 PM.
OCTOBER 12, 2016
The Hampton PTA cordially invites members of the community to a forum on October 25th at 7:00 pm to discuss the Hampton Academy building proposal. Members of the committee as well as project consultants will be available to review the project and answer any questions regarding the project.
The Hampton Academy Project Advisory committee is very fortunate to have a very active group of citizens who have been meeting since April to review and analyze the proposal. They have reviewed every aspect of the proposal including program needs in Science, Music, Band and Chorus, Special Education and Physical Education. In addition, all infrastructure systems such as air quality, ventilation, heat, lighting, electrical and fiber to address the technology needs of the district have been carefully vetted by the committee.
Prior to the public presentation at 7:00 pm, students and staff will be available at 6:00pm to guide visitors throughout the building helping visitors to identify areas of the building that are substandard.
The committee has a webpage on the school district website that has outlined the work of the committee and provided information on the proposal www.SAU90.org
For further information, please contact any member of the committee or the SAU 90 office (926-4560).