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Highland- Goffe's Falls Announcements

  • Constitution Day Celebrated at HGF! Fifth grades led the Constitution Day Ceremony for students in grades 3-5 on Friday morning.  Students sang patriotic songs, watched a presentation, and listened to 5th graders explain about how the Constitution came about and what it means for Americans.  Mrs. Matthews and Mrs. Vitagliano did a Constitution rap for students.
    Posted Sep 15, 2017, 2:24 PM by Susan Matthews
  • Picture Day is Sept. 21st!
    Posted Sep 15, 2017, 2:17 PM by Susan Matthews
  • Coffee & Conversation with Dr. Vargas Parents are invited to join Dr. Vargas for Coffee and Conversation at Highland at 7:30 AM in the library on Sept. 13th.  Students will  go to the gym where they will be supervised by teachers.  We hope you will be able to join us!
    Posted Sep 11, 2017, 3:17 PM by Susan Matthews
  • Special Lunch Guests!! Superintendent Vargas, School Board Member, Art Beaudry, and Communication Coordinator, Andrea Alley joined Highland children for lunch on their first day of school.  The children enjoyed sharing stories about their summer vacation.
    Posted Sep 5, 2017, 12:42 PM by Susan Matthews
  • Boo Hoo Breakfast! Parents wished their kindergarteners off to a wonderful start of the school year during our annual "Boo Hoo" Breakfast provided by our PTA.
    Posted Sep 5, 2017, 11:24 AM by Susan Matthews
  • First Day Procedure! All Kindergarten parents will park on the hard top in the playground and bring their child into the cafeteria for 9:00 start of the "Boo Hoo" Breakfast.  Parents of students going into the new K-2 class will also park in the playground area and then take their child into his/her classroom.  All other parents will remain in their cars in the car line and will follow around the school to the field where staff will be waiting to greet students.  Please have all students ready to exit the car.  Manchester Police will be at school to help with this procedure.
    Posted Sep 3, 2017, 11:51 AM by Susan Matthews
  • Thank You Chunky's of Manchester! Chunky's has very generously donated four tickets to HGF to be used as raffles!  We are very appreciate of their help!   
    Posted Sep 3, 2017, 11:35 AM by Susan Matthews
  • Thank You Texas Roadhouse! The staff at Texas Roadhouse provided teachers with a potato buffet on Friday when teachers were preparing their classrooms for students.  The Texas Roadhouse Restaurant has been very generous in supporting Highland-Goffe's Falls over the years and we are very appreciative for their kindness!
    Posted Sep 3, 2017, 11:28 AM by Susan Matthews
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One of our own students shows the meaning of generosity and is highlighted on WMUR

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A message from Superintendent of Schools 

Dr. Vargas

Dear Manchester schools community:


We are looking forward to opening Manchester schools for the 2017-2018 academic year and eager to greet each student on September 5.  Whether you will be dropping your child off at school for the first day of kindergarten or you are the parent of a teenager about to start senior year in high school, the new year is always filled with excitement and optimism.


I am proud to begin my second year as superintendent of the state’s largest and most diverse school district, where our children represent dozens of cultures, traditions, languages, and learning styles. I remain committed to supporting the team of professionals who work every day to challenge their students academically and do the very best for each child. Together, we will continue district wide efforts to improve ways we can increase student learning and achievement.

It takes all of us to help every student reach his or her potential, and we invite you to participate in your child's learning experiences. Forging a strong relationship between the school and home is beneficial to student performance and academic growth. Support from our parents, volunteers, and community partners makes our schools even better.  Here are three things I am asking each parent or guardian to do to support your student’s success in school: make sure he/she attends school each and every day; reinforce the importance of good behavior at home, in school and within the community; get a library card for each of your children and encourage them to read a minimum of 30 minutes every evening and on weekends independent of homework assignments. One of the best ways to achieve this last request is to create a culture of reading within your home.


Parents and guardians are encouraged to learn more about our schools by visiting the district website,, and your child’s school website. We appreciate a strong relationship with district families and we encourage parents and guardians to get to know their principals, teachers and other district staff to support the success of each student. We recognize that we have the ultimate responsibility for educating our students but we cannot do it alone. 

Please accept my best wishes to all students, parents and school district employees for a successful school year filled with many excellent opportunities. 





Bolgen Vargas, Ed.D.

Superintendent of Schools


Warm Weather Clothing Reminders

With the beginning of the school year approaching,   we would like to remind everyone of the acceptable attire for school as you are planning for this year.

Boys:  No Muscle type tops, no exposed undergarments, no sunglasses without a note from a doctor, no head coverings inside the building, no sandals without backs.  Sneakers are preferred.

Girls:  Shorts must be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee. Sandals MUST have back straps, no head coverings inside the building, (unless for religious or cultural purposes), no sunglasses without a doctor’s note.  Clothing must not expose the chest or back.  Spaghetti straps, tube tops, backless tops or dresses, halter tops, muscle-type tops without a shirt underneath,  see through or transparent fabrics, or exposed undergarments are not allowed.  Skirts or shorts with slits that are shorter than mid-thigh or fingertip length are not allowed.

This is district policy #117.  Students who violate this policy will call home for more clothing.  If the behavior is repeated, the student will have a school consequence.

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