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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

  • Becky Wing

    Principal

  • Kathryn Duncan

    Director of Student Services

Welcome to the Henry W. Moore School

  • October with Smythie

    Date: October 17, 2018

    Smythie The monthly e-newsletter of the Smyth Public Library October, 2018 Volume 12, No.7   Events… Walking France with Gale Carey Postponed-To be Rescheduled New Date will be announced soon! One pilgrim’s story of 500 miles on the Chemin de St. Jacques. The Chemin de St. Jacques is an amazingly beautiful walking route cherished by the French and traveled by pilgrims for nearly 1000 years. The journey through lush woodlands, flower-laden fields, volcanic formations, and ancient villages and towns, allows for meditative walking, engaging conversation, and introspection. Gale made this 35-day trek last summer and brings us the story of her journey as a modern day pilgrim – from the...

  • Registration for CYAA Basketball now open.

    Date: October 11, 2018

    Click here for information! 2018 CYAA Basketball Flyer

  • Deerfield Fair

    Date: October 03, 2018

    Don’t forget to visit our Moore School display in the School Building at the Deerfield Fair this weekend!  We are very proud of our students!

  • FEMA Nationwide Emergency Test

    Date: October 01, 2018

    On October 3, 2018 at 2:18 pm, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will test a system allowing President Trump and future presidents to send out nationwide emergency messages. This is not an alert message from the Candia Moore School.  The Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) will be sent as a text message to all cell phone users across the United States. It will be followed by a nationwide emergency alert test on broadcast television and radio. For more information regarding FEMA's Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA), please visit https://www.fema.gov/frequently-asked-questions-wireless-emergency-alerts for more information.

  • Principal Name PlatePrincipal Night

    Date: October 01, 2018

    Ms. Wing will be available in her office on Wednesday, October 10th from 5:30 - 7:00pm for the first of many Principal Nights.  These nights are an opportunity for parents and community members to drop in and ask questions, share concerns or ideas, or just say "hello".   Ms. Wing will hold these extended office hours approximately every 6 weeks or so.  Watch our website and school sign for upcoming dates.

  • Deerfield Fair

    Date: September 27, 2018

    Don’t forget to visit our Moore School display in the School Building at the Deerfield Fair this weekend!  We are very proud of our students!

  • Perfect Fall Days at Smyth Public Library!

    Date: September 25, 2018

    “My two favourite things in life are libraries and bicycles. They both move people forward without wasting anything. The perfect day: riding a bike to the library.”Peter Golkin   Upcoming Fall programs and “How To” nights featuring local skilled artisans: Tuesday, September 25, 6 pm-“How To” Harmonica Workshop with Mike Rogers. (Complete with Harmonicas for $3 each).  Come learn a new instrument and make your own music. Wednesday, September 26, 6:30 pm Tuesday, September 25, 6 pm. "Where Have all the Monarchs Gone" The Candia Garden Club will host guest speaker Donna Miller, a citizen scientist for Monarch Watch who helps with the tracking of monarchs during...

  • Transportation Update

    Date: September 19, 2018

    Dear Parents, Due to the statewide driver shortage, the start up of the school year has been very challenging to say the least. Our SAU is seven drivers short at this moment. We have people in training but it takes approximately 90 days to get an individual trained and certified to drive a school bus. All of the Student Transportation, Inc. locations in New Hampshire are pulling together to try and cover home to school routes and as many extracurricular activities as possible. In doing so, there will be times we must double routes to safely deliver all students to their stops. This has, and will,...

  • September with Smyth Public Library

    Date: September 13, 2018

    Smythie The monthly e-newsletter of the Smyth Public Library September, 2018 Volume 12, No.6 Events… Cruising NH History Tuesday, September 11th at 6pm Learn about NH history markers with Michael Bruno. Michael was born and raised in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. After serving in the U.S. Army for more than 23 years, Michael returned to New Hampshire in 2009. Michael has been a JROTC Army Instructor at White Mountains Regional High School in Whitefield since his military retirement. Michael attained an Educational Specialist (Ed. S) degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. Michael resides in the historic mountain community of Bethlehem where...

  • Student Drop Off and Pick Up Reminders

    Date: September 06, 2018

    If you are choosing to drive your child(ren) to school or pick them up from school, please remember the following: Morning drop off time is 7:50 - 8:15am. Please do not drop your child(ren) off prior to 7:50am. We have the appropriate number of staff members on our early morning playground duty to allow for bus ridership trends on our early buses, but not not for additional students arriving through the front gate. Please pull all the way forward during drop off and pick up time to allow for the greatest number of vehicles to pull within a safe area to allow...