Summer Hours

Starting on Friday June 24th, the SAU 21 Central Office will be closed on Fridays through August 19th.
We will remain open Monday - Thursday from 8AM to 4PM. 

 

 

Student Staff Daily Covid-19 Screening

 

 

 

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: https://www.nh.gov/labor/site-map/schools.htm OR contact Nancy Gosselin at 603-926-8992 X 101 or NJGOSSELIN@SAU21.ORG to make an appointment.

 

 

 

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.

In our continuing efforts to improve the safety at all SAU 21 schools, we are introducing a new service. Starting on April 17, 2020, SAU 21 will be offering a Quick Tip digital hot line which is an anonymous reporting system. This “See Something, Say Something” tip line allows anyone to communicate concerns about unsafe behavior within the SAU 21 community. 

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

Upcoming Events

Announcements

May 25, 2022

New Message from the Superintendent

May 20, 2022

Announcements from the DOE

To ensure that families in NH are connected to reliable broadband services, NHED and ExcelinED are sharing important information about the Affordable Connectivity Program, which lowers internet costs for eligible families, including students approved to receive benefits under the National Free and Reduced-Price Lunch Program and school breakfast program. 

Students and upcoming graduates are invited to participate in the 2nd Annual U.S. Department of Labor Virtual Job Fair from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. on June 24. Multiple agencies will be represented at the fair, and online registration is available.

NHED’s YES! scholarship program is designed to help families and residents whose education was negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic by awarding $1,000 scholarships to New Hampshire students. The scholarships may be used for tutoring provided by certified NH educators, as well as special education therapies and services provided by certified NH special education teachers or licensed therapists. To apply, visit Yes Every Student. Certified educators or licensed service providers that are interested in providing supplemental services as part of this program should complete this form.

NHED is partnering with NH camps and school-age summer programs across the state to offer its ReKindling Curiosity summer camp initiative. Here is a handout flyer with detailed information on the program. The state-operated summer enrichment program will pay up to $650 of the youth recreation camp fees for qualifying students.

May 20, 2022

For Families of Preschoolers and incoming kindergarten students

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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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