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David R. Cawley Middle School

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David R. Cawley Middle School

  • Suggested Summer Reading Lists

    Date: June 24, 2024

    Please click on the link below for your student's suggested summer reading list for the grade you child will be entering in the next school year. Team letters and supply lists will be emailed to parents the week of August 5. Grade 8 Suggested Summer Reading List Grade 7 Suggested Summer Reading List Grade 6 Suggested Summer Reading List

  • Mr. Benson's June Principal's Report

    Date: June 24, 2024

    Please click on the link to view Mr. Benson's June Principal's Report.

  • Mr. Benson's May Principal's Report

    Date: May 17, 2024

    Please click on the link to view Mr. Benson's May Principal's Report

  • Mark Gregoire Kiwanis educator of the yearCongratulations Mr. Gregoire, Hooksett Educator of the Year

    Date: May 08, 2024

    Extending warm Congratulations to Mark Gregoire, Hooksett’s 2024 Educator of the Year! Mark has been a special education teacher at the Cawley Middle School for 12 years. He earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Rivier University and holds a Master of Education degree from the University of New England. Mark possesses that exceptional quality that allows him to teach students with unique learning styles and needs to ensure that students achieve academically, socially and emotionally. Currently, Mark is assigned to teach at the eighth grade level but has worked with students with disabilities in grade levels 5-8. Mark is the consummate professional and is...

  • 5th to 6th Grade Step Up Day/Parent Orientation

    Date: May 06, 2024

    Dear Parents, On June 5 the fifth grade students will be going to Cawley Middle School in the afternoon during the school day for a "Move Up Day" to meet their 6th grader teachers, tour the building and attend a presentation by the Cawley Administration.  At 6:00 pm that evening (June 5) the Cawley Administration will have a presentation in the Cawley Media Center for parents.  An overview will be provided about the academic and extracurricular programs offered at Cawley.  There will also be time for questions.  Please contact me if you have any questions at I am looking forward to meeting...

  • Hawk's Eye Newpaper's 3rd Edition

    Date: May 06, 2024

    Please click on the link to read the Hawk's Eye Newspaper Club 3rd Edition

  • Donati Bridge Project Revised Bus Routes

    Date: April 22, 2024

    Dear Hooksett Families, The purpose of this message is to inform you that the Donati Bridge project will begin on April 29, 2024. This project impacts the bridge carrying Donati Drive over I-93. Donati Drive is a road that connects Bicentennial Drive to West Alice Avenue. The bridge will be completely closed for the duration of the project, which could be at least 8-10 weeks. As a result of the bridge closure, the following bus routes that cover the area have been adjusted: Underhill/Memorial 12, Cawley 2, Cawley 4, and Pinkerton 3. Please refer to the attached schedules for updated times and route changes....

  • Cawley Summative Assessment Notice - Spring 2024

    Date: April 16, 2024

    Each year, New Hampshire public and charter schools are required by state law (RSA 193-C) and federal accountability laws (Every Student Succeeds Act) to assess students using a standardized assessment. Statewide assessments are an important part of a student’s core educational program. This document provides the schedule and more information in regards to the standardized assessments that will be completed at Cawley Middle School this spring.

  • Mr. Benson's April Principal's Report

    Date: April 12, 2024

    Please click on the link to view Mr. Benson's April Principal's Report

  • Cawley Student Placements 2024 - 2025

    Date: April 12, 2024

    Dear Parents, The administration and staff of Cawley Middle School will soon begin the process of placing students into classes for the 2024 - 2025 school year.  We believe that the proper placement of your child is very important and we carefully consider all relevant information that will enable your child to have a positive school experience.  Our goal is to provide a learning environment that will lead to the best possible learning experience for each child. Grade-level teams, composed of classroom teachers, special education teachers, school counselors and administrators, make the placement decisions. The teams, when making decisions, use all available...