On 7/29/20, the Hooksett School Board voted to reopen schools with the option for parents to select in-person learning or full-time remote learning. The Board also voted to change the first day of school for students to Tuesday, September 1, 2020.

In conjunction with the in-person learning option, the Board voted to have students in grades 2-8 wear face coverings in school unless they were exempt due to a medical condition. For students in grades PreK-1, it is recommended that they wear a face covering while in school. All students will wear a face covering on the bus unless otherwise exempt.

This very brief survey is designed to gauge parent interest regarding the two return to school options: in-person or remote learning.  Please respond to this survey no later than Wednesday, August 5, 2020.

By August 14th, parents will be receiving additional information regarding both the in-school and remote learning options along with a survey to make their selection for the school year.

Please contact your child’s building principal if you have any questions.

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* 1. What will your child's grade level be in the 2020-2021 school year? (Please mark all that apply)

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* 2. At the 7/29/20 meeting, the Hooksett School Board voted to re-open the Hooksett schools with two options. At this point in time, which option are you leaning toward?

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* 3. Additional Comments: