Welcome to the Henry W. Moore School

We believe that "Schools are for Children". As such, Henry W. Moore School celebrates our commitment to quality education, academic rigor and high standards for student achievement. We value perseverance and problem solving as essential skills for all students to succeed.

  • Michelle Lavallee

    Assistant Principal

  • Robert St. Cyr


  • Kathryn Duncan

    Director of Student Services

Welcome to the Henry W. Moore School

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    Pinkerton Academy: Career Awareness Program

    Date: October 17, 2016

    Attention families of eighth grade students attending Pinkerton Academy in 2017-2018. You are invited to the Career Awareness Program, showcasing electives, on Wednesday, November 30, 2016. The CTE Fair will be a time for your son or daughter to experience first-hand the exciting opportunities in CTE and JROTC courses and programs. Learn how to plan for your son's or daughter's 4 years at Pinkerton. Hear first-hand from students how Pinkerton's course and career planning was instrumental in developing their post-secondary plans. Contact Us: CTE: 603-437-5200 ext. 1172 JROTC: 603-437-5200 ext. 1112 For more information, visit us online at: www.pinkertonacademy.org Read More

  • Childfind Clinic

    Date: October 17, 2016

    Do you have concerns about your child’s overall development? This Clinic involves screening your child’s abilities in speech, motor, and learning skills. To be eligible, your child MUST live in Candia, be under 6 years old and be accompanied by a parent or guardian. This free screening will be held, by appointment only, on: Wednesday, October 26th, 2016 The Professional Staff of the Candia School District will administer the screening. If you suspect your child has a disability that affects their learning, please call the Candia School District to schedule an appointment at 483-5628. Read More

  • The Department of Education Wants Your Input

    Date: October 17, 2016

    The New Hampshire Department of Education wants to hear your ideas on what is most important to improve student learning and how the state can best support schools to serve the needs of all students.  Specifically, they would like to hear your input on the following four questions: What do you expect from New Hampshire’s educational system? What school characteristics are most important to you to improve student learning? What measures of school quality or student success should be included in a school accountability system? In your experience, what are the best ways for the State to support schools to serve the... Read More

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    Gingerbread House Classes

    Date: October 13, 2016

    Introducing the second annual gingerbread house creation event for students in grades K - 8.  Sign up now! Spots are limited. See the attachment for details and permission form. Read More

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    Family Movie Night

    Date: October 12, 2016

    The Candia PTO will be hosting our first Family Movie Night this Friday, October 14th, in the Moore School Gym. Doors will open at 6:00 P.M. and pizza, beverages, popcorn and candy will be sold for a small fee. Admission is FREE!! Our feature presentation will be Ice Age 5 and will start at 6:30 P.M. Each child will receive a ticket for a chance to bring home the movie at the end. Please come dressed comfortable with a pillow and blanket, if you choose. We are looking forward to a fun filled Family Night with you! Any questions please feel... Read More

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    Autumn Begins at Smyth Public Library

    Date: October 05, 2016

    "Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns." -George Elliot Please see our Smyth Library Calendar for “At A Glance” October Happenings! Print out, post up and don’t miss anything! Harvest fun for the month of October-Solve the mystery and make your guess as to our tricky treats displayed at the front desk. Closest guess on 10/31 wins them all! Upcoming programs: 2016 series of “How To” nights featuring local skilled artisans: September 27, 6 pm “How To” Painting for Parent & Child with Currier Museum Art Center’s Holly... Read More

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    Barry Conservation Camp Scholarship Winner

    Date: October 03, 2016

    Tristan Warriner, 8th grader from Moore School, won the Barry Conservation Camp scholarship for this summer. He recently shared his camp experience with the Candia Conservation Commission at their Tuesday monthly meeting. Activities he enjoyed were camping, archery and shooting among others. Pictured with Tristan is Candia Conservation Commission Chair Susan Wilderman. The Conservation Commission creates a calendar of nature themed photos to sell each year to fund this camp scholarship. They are now looking for your great photos of nature in Candia! Learn more at www.candiaconservationcommission.org Read More

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    Opiate Crisis - Information Evening

    Date: September 19, 2016

    Dear Parents, The Moore School, in partnership with the Candia Police and Fire Departments and Manchester Mental Health will be hosting a parent information evening on the subject of the Opiate Crisis in our nation. Date & Time: Wednesday, October 5 Time: 6:30 pm Where: Moore School Gym Topic: The purpose of the evening will be to address how our school and community can address the local and national Opiate Crisis. Honored Panel of Guests: Emergency Room Physician and Candia EMS Director, Dr. John Siedner, Candia Police Chief, Mike McGillen, Manchester Mental Health, Jenny O'Higgins, Guidance Counselor, Pam Jarvis, and Physical Education and Health Teacher, Shauna... Read More

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    Intramurals - Walking and Running Club

    Date: September 13, 2016

    The signup form for the Walking and Running Club Intramural has been posted to the Athletics page. Read More

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    Chromebook Open House

    Date: September 13, 2016

    The Henry W. Moore School’s Chromebook Open House for grades seven and eight will be held on September 14th, 2016, at 6:30 PM. All seventh and eighth grade students and parent/guardians are encouraged to attend this exciting event. Our evening will offer all 7th and 8th grade students a personal Chromebook for educational purposes. The presentation will include how the students use technology in school, the exciting educational opportunities this initiative provides, as well as the guidelines and procedures for the use of the Chromebook at home. A signed copy of the guidelines and procedures will be required before students can... Read More