Marion Saari - Principal
Lisa Wilkinson - Assistant Principal
 171 Turnpike Road - New Ipswich - NH - 03071 - 603-878-4387

The Annual Field Days went off fabulously.  We were so lucky that the weather held out for us.  The children had a great time playing games such as Relay Races; Kickball; Parachute; Balloon Walk and everyone's favorite on a hot day, Leaky Pipes.  There were many other games as well.  Thanks to Ms. Burleson, the PE teacher, and the many parent volunteers who made these days possible for the students.

We also had an "End of Year" barbecue for all students and staff.  Thanks to Mrs. Saari and all the volunteers who came to help.  Thanks also to Mrs. Mahoney at the New Ipswich Market  for her assistance in purchasing the hot dogs and rolls as well as her donation of watermelon and the Frito Lay company for donating the chips. This was a great way to end another successful year at HHES!

Last but certainly not least, the school community gave a sendoff to the fourth graders leaving us and going onto Boynton.  This is a tradition at HHES - all the students line the hallway and staircase and clap as the 4th graders walk through.  We wish them the best of luck in their new educational endeavors.  

The school community is thankful to all who make the these events possible and look forward to the new school year!

Pictures from Field Days and Barbecue

 4th Grade Sendoff Pictures

 

During the school year each grade level nominates two students to be the Student of the Month.  They make posters with an acronym of the student's name with their best qualities and post in the grade level pod.  At the end of the year, Mrs. Saari presents those students with a medal to acknowledge this achievement.  Congratulations to all! Select link to view pictures.

Student of the Month Pictures

The HHES DI team competed at the GLOBAL competition in Tennessee and they did quite well.  They placed 12th out of 94 teams.  Way to go!  Congratulations!

The Destination Imagination Global Competition was held on the campus of the University of Tennessee. Some stats:  8,000 students; 15+ countries; more than 45+ states competed with 17,000 attendees.  They had awesome educational exhibits and workshops for the students to attend when they weren't competing.

Thanks again to all those who donated to make this trip possible for the students.

If you want to know more check out the website: Global Finals

Here a few pictures of the team:  DI Team Pictures from Globals

The Kindergarten Screening will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 28th and 29th and a reminder letter will be sent home with the child's screening time at the beginning of August.  If you have not registered your child for the upcoming school year, please contact the school.  There will be office personnel working during the summer who can assist you.  Additionally, if you do not have a screening appointment, please contact the school to obtain one.

The DI Team and HHES want to thank all those who contributed to the various fundraisers the team held over the last few weeks.  They were able to meet their goal due to the generosity of the community and they greatly appreciate all those donations.  They will be leaving on May 22nd for GLobal Finals in Tennessee.  We wish them the best of luck!

We have completed another session of HEEP.  We had a tremendous outpouring of volunteers this time.  We had parents, teachers and a couple of high school students chair clubs and we want to thank them for their time.  We were able to accommodate all who students who wanted to participate.  We had quite a variety of clubs - Cooking; origami; physical activity; chess; computer coding; drawing; painting; arts and crafts; reading; photography; knitting with solo cups; guitar and our old favorite Legos.  Thanks again to all the volunteers.  See you in the Fall for the next installment of HEEP!

 

Click the link below for some photos of our students having fun in their club!

 

HEEP Spring 2018 Photos

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