Governor Chris Sununu has extended distance learning to May 4, 2020
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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.


Welcome to the Henry W. Moore School

  • Distance Learning Update - April 3 (Day 15)

    Date: April 03, 2020

    I can’t believe that it is already day 15 of this adventure. I am looking forward to “seeing” many of you during the live classes in the days to come. If you are not sure when your child has class next week, please see my Changes to Distance Learning email from March 31st or contact your child’s teacher. Teachers will be posting the zoom links in their Google Classroom for grades 1-8 and kindergarten teachers will be emailing them to parents. Please note that the Zoom app is not enabled on student Chromebooks for security reasons. There are written directions...

  • Distance Learning Update - April 2 (Day 14)

    Date: April 02, 2020

    Today is day 14 of distance learning. If your child is having any problem completing assignments, please make sure to reach out to the teachers so that they can work on a plan with you. Please make sure to “turn in” any school work that is requested to be submitted. In Google Classroom it is important to click the “Turn In” button in the upper right hand corner of the screen when the assignment is complete. We are looking forward to starting live lessons on Monday. I hope that you have all been able to practice using the Zoom platform this...

  • Distance Learning Update - April 1 (Day 13)

    Date: April 01, 2020

    Today is day 13 of distance learning. You all should have received an email from me last night outlining the changes to our distance learning platform that will take place beginning Monday, April 6th. Please note that this is also the start of a new quarter for our unified arts classes in grades 5-8. If you have any questions regarding our new learning plan, please reach out to the teachers. Tonight I will be holding my first virtual “Principal Night” from 6:00 - 7:00pm. I will be available at this link: to talk with you “face to face” or...

  • Distance Learning Update - March 31 (Day 12)

    Date: March 31, 2020

    Today is day 12 of distance learning. I will be sending out an email this afternoon/evening that will outline our learning plan beginning April 6. Please make sure to reach out to me or classroom teachers if you have any questions at all. We are all navigating these new experiences together and will do best if we lean on and support each other as we go. Teachers have asked me to remind you to reach out to them if you have any concerns at all about the school work or if you are unsure of what your child needs to do....

  • Distance Learning Update - March 30 (Day 11)

    Date: March 30, 2020

    Good morning and welcome to week 3 of distance learning! We understand many of you are still working and have several children to help, financial concerns, health issues, etc. Please do your best not to stress over the school work. We know that frustrations may be high due to our circumstances and we don’t want to increase the stress on our families. We are going to do our best to provide school work to keep your childrens' minds moving forward. We also understand that you are the parents and they are with you, so you have the control to adjust...

  • Distance Learning Update - March 27 (Day 10)

    Date: March 27, 2020

    We are all so excited to see you along our parade route this afternoon! Here are a few reminders as you plan how you will participate. Please know that all efforts have been made to create the parade route to include as many Candia roads as possible. If you plan to go to a road that you do not live on, please remain in or near your car and away from others who may be observing. We are doing our best to follow the social distancing guidelines and hope that you will as well. We will be passing by and waving,...

  • Governor Extends Distance Learning Until 5/4/20

    Date: March 26, 2020

    Please click here to view the Superintendent’s Letter Regarding School Closure (PDF)

  • Distance Learning Update - March 26 (Day 9)

    Date: March 26, 2020

    Happy Thursday!  Today is Day 9 of distance learning.  Everyone from the school is missing seeing your children every day.  To that end, we are planning a Moore School Teacher Parade for tomorrow at 1:00pm.  Teachers will be driving themselves through town on a route that will be published later today or tomorrow morning.  Please come outside and wave to us! We will wave back! We are also looking forward to moving toward some “live” instructional time via video conferencing if the school closure should last beyond April 5th.  An email was sent to all families yesterday afternoon regarding a release...

  • Video Conferencing Release Form

    Date: March 25, 2020

    In the event that school is closed beyond April 6, the Candia School District will be utilizing additional online resources to provide continuing classroom instruction to students. These resources will include a video and audio component. In order to ensure that every child has access to the instruction, we will be video and audio recording so that the instruction can be accessed at a later time. The primary focus of the video and audio recording will be on the instruction and the teacher, not on the students in the class. However, questions and comments asked and spoken by students will be...

  • Distance Learning Update - March 25 (Day 8)

    Date: March 25, 2020

    Today is day 8 of our distance learning adventure. I’m hopeful that many of the kinks have been or are being worked out by now. Please remember that you can reach out to the at any time for assistance. Also remember to check the Distance Learning Websites at, as some assignments and lessons are being adapted and changed on a daily basis. Teachers also have videos introducing the day’s lessons. Students in grades four through eight should view teacher videos before going to Google Classroom to complete assignments. Parents, please email teachers and staff directly with any questions regarding...