Watercolors over oil pastels
Kindergarten Art: Watercolors over Oil Pastels
Teacher Appreciation Card
Spring Peepers!
Spring Peepers!
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HBHS Spirit Week 2021
Students learning in 2020-21
We the People 2021 State Champions
CSDA making straw models
HB Turf Field

Announcements

 

HBHS Graduation Live Stream
(Ceremony begins at 10am on Saturday, June 12)

Back to School Info from Nurses

Hollis Brookline MOA

Breakfast and Lunch are Free to all
Students for the 2020-2021 School Year

 

School Closings
School closing announcements are posted via Twitter and can be found at WMUR, and WZID 95.7. An Alert message will be sent from the SAU, at approximately 5:30 a.m. If there is a delay and the decision is made to cancel, that decision will be made by 7:30 a.m.

District Snapshot

$15,101
HBMS Per Pupil Expenditure

$15,030
HBHS Per Pupil Expenditure

$16,600
Hollis Per Pupil Expenditure

$15,430
Brookline Per Pupil Expenditure

2,410
Students Pre-K-12th grade

276 
Professional Staff

1160
SAT Composite Average

97.18% 
Graduation Rate

 

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Mission and Vision

The mission of SAU41 is to ensure a strong, supportive learning environment focused on academic excellence. ‚Äč

The vision of SAU41 is to help students acquire the knowledge and life skills for academic, social, and emotional success:

  • The SAU41 schools establish and fulfill standards for academic excellence that are competitive at the state, regional, national, and international levels as benchmarked against recommendations by renowned independent bodies.
  • The SAU41 schools educate students to be critical thinkers, creative problem- solvers, effective communicators, and socially responsible, engaged citizens who are college and workforce ready.
  • The SAU41 schools use data from multiple and varied assessments to improve student learning; every student makes or exceeds expected annual progress.
  • The staff, services, and culture enhance student self-esteem and employ a variety of strategies to meet the academic, social, emotional, and safety needs of all students.
  • The professional learning community evolves and adopts best practices for learning; administrators and staff members are supported in their work and are compensated fairly and competitively.
  • The School Boards, administrators, and staff engage students, families, and the community through effective communication of priorities, plans, and progress.
  • The school districts in SAU 41 are models for sound fiscal responsibility and integrity.

Each district in SAU41 has a comprehensive district report card that measures its performance against SMART goals.