Covid-19 Questions


Youth employment papers are currently being processed by the NH Department of Labor or at the SAU office BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please click here OR contact Nancy Gosselin at 603-926-8992 X 101 or NJGOSSELIN@SAU21.ORG to make an appointment.


Child Find – SAU 21

School Administrative Unit 21 actively tries to locate any un-served children with educational disabilities (or with suspicion of educational disabilities), who reside within the SAU 21 school districts.  We are interested in any children, age 0-22 who may have mental, emotional, or physical limitations.  We may be able to provide services that could make a lasting difference for these children through referring, identifying, and evaluating their needs.  If you are aware of any un-serviced children, please bring them to our attention by contacting the Student Services Office at 603-926-8992 x 114.

Elimination of Special Education Student Records – SAU 21

School Administrative Unit 21, Student Services Office is in the process of eliminating some of the student records now on file.  Records of former students who were born in 1996 or earlier will be destroyed, as the records are no longer educationally relevant.  If you wish to keep copies of your records or your child’s records while he/she was participating in special education, please contact the Student Services Office at 603-926-8992 x 114. If we do not hear from you by February 1, 2024, the records will be destroyed

Quick Tip Digital Hotline

SAU 21 makes the safety of all students and staff in our schools a top priority. Click the "I'm in crisis/I know someone in crisis." link to find a list of emergency numbers and other crisis resources for immediate and longer-term support.

Simply click "I need to report something." Providing your contact information is optional, otherwise you will remain anonymous. 

See Something, Say Something!


I'm in crisis / I know someone in crisis

I need to report something  Student Quick-tip Protocol  

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In addition to many no-cost resources, SAU21 Districts have partnered with the Cook Center for Human Connection to offer private 1:1 coaching sessions with a trained mental health coach to interested families and staff members. These sessions include a weekly 30 minute phone call and 24/7 access to a professional via text or email. The service is offered in English or Spanish. The Cook Center provides a customized roadmap of support based on family needs. We anticipate that this will be an invaluable resource for families. Click on the icon below to get started.


30 second ParentGuidance PSA Video

My Life is Worth Living (Animated Series)

Individual Mental Health Coaching for Parents, Families & Staff

Mental Health Series Tri-Fold Brochure

Parent Guidance Free and Wraparound Services

PG Series Topics & Upcoming topics

Pickaway Mental Health Series Poster

Upcoming Events


SAU 21 

We are exceedingly proud of our schools due to a collective commitment to high academic standards with a growth mindset for improving student achievement. All SAU 21 schools have comprehensive instructional programs with opportunities for students at all ability levels.

We invite you to explore our SAU website and each individual school specific website for the latest information, news, and announcements.

On behalf of the incredible team of educators and staff who serve the children of SAU 21, thank you for putting your faith in us to provide your children an individualized, high-quality educational experience.  We look forward to working with you to ensure the success of all of our students.
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