Bus routes have been updated on our website – please check for possible changes to your route at https://www.mansd.org/page/transportation.
School Starts Tuesday! Please check out our newsletter with reminders for the start of school at Parkside. https://www.smore.com/nmzer
The Board of School Committee meeting schedule for the week of August 28 through September 1: Monday, August 28 5:30 pm: Special Board of School Committee. Agenda – https://5il.co/232os 6:30 pm: Board of School Committee. Agenda – https://5il.co/233e0 There are no other meetings scheduled this week. All meetings will be held in the Aldermanic Chambers at City Hall. Meetings can be viewed live on Manchester Public Television Channel 22 or online at https://www.manchestertv.org/22.
It's the final countdown! We are now 10 days away from the start of school, on Tuesday, September 5. We've pulled together lots of important information for the 2023-2024 school year on one page on our website: https://www.mansd.org/page/school-year-information-2023-2024. There, you'll find: ✅ Suggested supply lists ✅ Bus routes ✅ Registration information ✅ School meals information ✅ Calendars ✅ School day start/end times ✅ Jobs in Manchester schools We're excited to welcome students back to school on September 5 – until then, enjoy the last full week of summer!
Our staff is excited to welcome all of you to the 2023-2024 school year. Check out our first newsletter of the school year for more information about the opening of school on Tuesday, September 5. https://www.smore.com/cqvg3f
Join us at National Night Out this Tuesday from 5-8 pm at Beech Street School/JFK Coliseum. Look for the Manchester School District table to learn more about our job opportunities, and get info on the importance of good attendance. There will be lots of free entertainment, activities (including the Bookmobile!) and plenty of helpful information for families – we hope to see you there!
The festivities will roll out on Saturday, September 23rd, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Manchester, NH. Free transportation to and from the park will be available from the Manchester Transit Authority. Link to Facebook event: https://fb.me/e/5ZFgkwJ70
Trying to keep cool and keep the kids busy too? Manchester, NH Parks & Recreation pools and splash pads are open daily (weather-permitting) at the following locations: 🧊 Livingston Pool, 156 Hooksett Road 🧊 Raco Theodore Pool, 66 Head Street 🧊 Dupont Splash Pad, 207 Mason Street 🧊 Sheehan-Basquil Splash Pad, 297 Maple Street
SCHEDULE UPDATE: Due to the weather forecast, Wellness on Wheels has been postponed to Thursday from 4-6 pm at Brookside Church, 2013 Elm St. This FREE pop-up resource fair features fun activities, the Bookmobile, raffles and giveaways, and helpful information for families. We'll see you Thursday night for the free fun at Brookside Church!
All summer long, anyone 18 and younger can get free meals through the Summer Food Service Program, provided by Southern New Hampshire Services. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available at sites all across the city. You can find a full listing of the meal sites here: https://www.mansd.org/article/1154133.
Attention families of 11th, 10th, 9th and 8th Graders ... 2023-2024 high school schedules are being sent home with students today (Wednesday). Along with the schedule, you'll receive a letter explaining how to handle schedule conflicts and request changes. You can read more here: https://www.mansd.org/article/1149248.
Program flyer: Registration is now open for Boys & Girls Club before- and after-school programs for the 2023-2024 school year. In addition to the main clubhouse on Union Street, the Boys & Girls Club operates on site at Jewett Street School and Highland-Goffe's Falls Elementary. You can register online at mbgchh.org or at the Union Street clubhouse.
Parkside is welcoming the families of our incoming 5th grade class to tour our building and meet 5th grade teachers on May 31 at 6 PM. Tours will run 6:00 to 6:30. and then an information session will take place from 6:30 to 7:00.
Click on the link below to find information on end of the year activities for our 8th graders. https://www.smore.com/pvf8n
Summer is coming quickly and, along with our community partners, we've got summer programs for students of all ages. You can read more about the summer programs around the city and sign up today at https://www.mansd.org/page/summer-2023.
Thank you to all of our staff and their family members who participated in the Walk Against Hunger on Sunday. Our students will be participating in a school wide walk on Friday!
The state Board of Education is proposing changes to state minimum standards, known as Ed 306. As part of that process, a series of listening sessions has been scheduled around the state, including one at Memorial High School at 6 p.m. on June 5. You can find more information about the proposed rule changes here: https://bit.ly/NHED306.
A huge thank you to the MFD for bringing the Firefighter Challenge back to our middle schools. Congratulations to Parkside's winners and good luck at the city wide competition.
8th graders enjoyed a visit from the NHDOE's CTE Mobile Access RV! They had hands-on experiences with circuits, 3D computers, heavy equipment simulators, construction tools, CPR and cosmetology mannequins and more! Thank you Ms. Sacherski for planning the visit.
Parkside is happy to be welcoming families for Family Literacy Night, This evening is brought to you by GearUp and New Neighbor Connections. The night will include awesome student performances, food, connection and the presentation of the Jane M. Pollard Memorial Scholarship.