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Educational Philosophy

We, the members of the SAU 21 educational community, are committed to developing life long learners who are creative and critical thinkers and who contribute to a changing global society. The SAU 21 educational community consists of students, teachers, parents, administrators, school board members and the community-at-large working collaboratively towards this mission.


Our coastal location offers wonderful venues for the arts, history, healthy lifestyles, and access to distinctive environmental and educational resources. Our proximity to Boston and the University of NH provides extended learning opportunities for our teachers, students and community. Welcome to SAU 21!  

District Professional Learning Goal

SAU21 Districts will develop a fully-aligned competency-based curriculum across disciplines by collaborating and communicating with stakeholders as measured by completed common assessments, rubrics, and reporting tools to advance student learning within a growth model by June, 2020.  

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JBAA Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence (also GBAA)
JCA Change of School or Assignment
JEA Compulsory Attendance Age
JEAA Students Home Education
JEB Age of Entrance
JEC Manifest Educational Hardship
JFA Residency
JFAA Admission of Resident Students
JFAB Admission of Nonresident Students (and Tuition)
JFABD Admission of Homeless Students
JH Attendance, Absenteeism and Truancy
JHB Truancy
JHBB Student Absences
JHBBA Religious Observances
JHC Student Release Precautions
JHCD Administering Medications to Students during the School Day
JI Student Rights and Responsibilities
JIC Student Conduct
JICA Student Dress Code
JICC Student Conduct on School Buses
JICC-R Student Rules and Conduct on the School Bus
JICD Student Conduct, Discipline and Due Process
JICD-R Memorandum of Understanding
JICE Student Publications
JICF Gang Activity
JICFA Hazing
JICG Tobacco Products Ban (also ADB, ADC, GBEC & GBED)
JICH Drug and Alcohol Use by Students (also ADB, GBEC &GBED)
JICI Dangerous Weapons on School Property
JICK Pupil Safety and Violence Prevention - Prohibiting Bullying and Cyber-bullying
JICK-R2 Pupil Safety and Violence Prevention - Attachment A
JICL School District Internet Access for Students
JICL-R Acceptable Internet Use Procedures - Students
JIH Student Interrogations and Searches
JJA Student Activities/Organizations
JJE Student Fund-Raising Activities
JJF Student Activities Fund Management
JJG Non-School Sponsored Contest for Students
JJIB Interscholoastic Athletics
JKA Corporal Punishment
JKAA Use of Restraints
JKB Detention of Students
JKD Students Suspensions
JLA Student Insurance Program
JLC Student Health Services
JLCA Physical Examinations of Students
JLCB Immunization of Students
JLCC Control and Prevention of Communicable Diseases
JLCE First Aid and Emergency Medical Care
JLCF School Wellness
JLCF-R Guidelines for School Wellness Implementation
JLD School Counseling Mission
JLDBA Behavior Management and Intervention
JLF  Reporting Child Abuse
JLI Joint Loss Management Committee
JLIA Supervision of Students
JM Student Awards
JQ Students Fines, Fees and Charges
JRA Student Education Records and Information (FERPA)
JRA-E Annual Notice of Student Educational Records and Information

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Safety Awareness and Resouces

It is most important that all community members and children who visit our schools have confidence in the safety of SAU 21 facilities.  Your patience, support, and understanding are always...

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Security and Safety Funding

  SAU #21 SCHOOL DISTRICTS RECEIVE $469,759 IN STATE FUNDING  FOR SECURITY AND LIFE SAFETY UPGRADES.   The NH Dept of Education in accordance with RSA 198:15-y has approved applications for reimbursement of the...

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 Safety Awareness