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Susan Matthews- Principal
Shawn Baskersville- Asst. Principal.
Honored with The School of Excellence Award for 2022!
Realizing dreams one student at a time
Empowers & values students, inspires learning, creates innovators & problem-solvers
Highland-Goffe's Falls School
is Chosen as a
School of Excellence for the 2022 School Year!!
Thank You Common Man Roadside of Manchester!
The Common Man Roadside provided a free Hoodsie for every student and staff member to help HGF celebrate being named a School of Excellence!
May 12th Cops and Kids Day at HGF!
For grades K, 2, and 4!
Kona Ice Challenge!
Collecting food for the Manchester Food Bank!
Manchester Schools Challenge 2022
Let's fill p the NH Food Bank & raise money for HGF! Every school earns 20% of sales from their Kona Ice visit. However, the school bringing in the MOST food (avg across student enrollment) will receive 75% of their Kona Ice sales and the 2nd place school will receive 50%!
Students who bring in at least 1 donation item will receive a FREE UPGRADE on their Kona Ice Purchase. ($3, $4, $5)
Thank You PTA for Making Teacher Appreciation Week so Special!
There will be no school on May 30th to commemorate Memorial Day.
The Husky Players Presents
The Wizard of OZ!
Join us for an evening of fun on May 26th at 6:30!
Teacher Appreciation Week
is May 2nd to May 6th!
Progress Reports go home on May 12th.
Highland Installs a New Communication Board!
Communication boards are tools used as an alternative way of communicating for people who may have difficulties with speech or language, or for some individuals with autism. These boards allow people to communicate with nonverbal exchanges by using a symbol based system. The Highland Communication Board was modeled after the communication system currently being used at Highland. Ms. Horne, Highland's speech pathologist, worked with a contractor to create the design of the board. The idea for the communication board was first brought to the school's attention by Rebecca Dobles, Highland's social worker. The board is located in the school's yard. We hope it will enhance our community's playground experience!
A celebration was held on March 30th to honor the HGF students who won the city championship for basketball.
The Boys' Basketball Banner was
unveiled at the celebration by Coach Al.
Highland Boys Won the City Championship!!
A huge thank you goes to
Coach Al Beauchemin!
Ms. Tellier is Honored!
Ms. Tellier was chosen to be recognized as a recipient of the 2021 Christa McAuliffe Coin!
Congratulations on being honored by the See Science Center, Ms Tellier! We are so proud of you!
Recipients will receive their special coin at an evening event on May 3rd at the See Science Center.
Mr. Coulon is Honored!
Mr. Coulon was chosen to be recognized as a teacher who has made an impact by the See Science Center organization. With this recognition, Mr. Coulon will receive the 2021 Christa McAuliffe Coin during a celebration at the SEE Science Center on May 3rd for National Teacher Appreciation Day!
The following was said about Mr. Coulon, "Our team has had the opportunity to worked with David for several years. We have always been impressed with his communication to not only teach, but to build each student's confidence and instill in them an excitement for learning. His passion for his work is contagious and creates enthusiasm for lifelong learning."
Congratulations, Mr. Coulon!! We at Highland are so proud of you!
District Educators Honored
In the fall, the SEE Science Center Board of Directors generously donated 13 of the new Christa McAuliffe commemorative coins to Manchester School District. The coins honor the legacy and spirit of McAuliffe, the Concord High teacher who was chosen by NASA to join the crew of the Challenger shuttle in 1986. She tragically died when the shuttle exploded during launch.
The SEE board requested that these coins be awarded to deserving educators in our district. These above educators were nominated.
Congratulations to Mrs. Dumas for winning the Christa McAuliffe Coin!! She is a dedicated teacher who works tirelessly in the service of her students! We are so proud!!
The Christa McAuliffe Coin
Bethany Chapel Community Church has opened a Food Pantry at 54 Newbury Road in Goffe’s Falls. It is open to the public from 3-6 PM every Tuesday. They are a member of the NH Food Bank and Feed America. They offer Highland neighbors free food with an opportunity to choose the items needed. Everyone is welcome and no personal information is gathered. For more information go to www.bethanychapel.net/food or call 603-645-6399.
Neighborhood Food Pantry!
Please find the student handbook under the "Our Schools" tab above.
Highland-Goffe's Falls School
Donors Choose is a website where we can request materials for our classroom and anyone can donate money to our project. Once the project is fully funded the materials are shipped directly to our school! It’s a great way to help your students teacher directly and help them get exactly what their classroom needs!
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School Food and Nutrition
Visit our School Food and Nutrition pages to view monthly breakfast & lunch menus.You can also read health and nutrition tips and learn about wellness initiatives in our schools. Visit www.myschoolbucks.com to manage your student's account balance.
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