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Archive | March, 2015

Principal’s Notes – April 2015

Expanding Your Horizons Conference For the past several years, Cawley girls have had the opportunity to participate in the Expanding Your Horizons conference at the Cooperative Middle School in Stratham, NH. The Expanding Your Horizons conference is a free, hands-on conference for young women in grades six through eight. At the conference, the young women […]

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Performing Arts

Performance season is underway at Cawley Middle School. Mark your calendars to see your favorite ensembles in action. On Saturday, March 14, the band and chorus performed at the NHMEA Large Group Festival, which took place at Goffstown High School. Both ensembles performed for three judges to receive feedback on performance techniques and sight-reading abilities. […]

Congratulations to the Cawley Band and Chorus!

The Cawley Band and Chorus ensembles performed at the New Hampshire Music Educators’ Association for 3 adjudicators, who graded on ensemble blend, accuracy, musical interpretation, and overall effect, as well as skills in sight reading a new piece of music.  The Cawley Band received an “A” rating and the Cawley Chorus received a “B” rating. […]

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Hooksett School Libraries Recognized for Excellence

The Hooksett school district’s library program has been selected as a finalist for the New Hampshire School Library Media Association’s “Outstanding School Library Program” award. Hooksett is one of three programs chosen as finalists. Dr. Charles P. Littlefield, superintendent of schools for SAU 15, nominated Hooksett’s school library program for the award.  Dr. Littlefield noted […]

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Voting Day March 10th, 2015

HOOKSETT SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTION NOTICE 2015 Hooksett School District Election will be held Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at the David R. Cawley Middle School. Polling place is located at 89 Whitehall Road in Hooksett. Polls are open from 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Residents may register to vote at the polls. Official absentee ballot can be downloaded HERE