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Second grade has been hard at work these past few weeks. We celebrated our last day of Cornucopia with a harvest meal. Families were invited in to take part in our meal and enjoy our last day of Cornucopia with us. It was a chilly but fun morning! We have also been learning about pumpkins.

Another wonderful week in Kindergarten! Thank you to all of the HES families willing to donate either time or supplies to make our costume celebration special. Our community is strong because of your dedication!

On Friday, 3rd graders worked with Miss Susie from the Harris Center to learn all about mushrooms. Students learned the different parts of a mushroom, how they help our ecosystem as decomposers, and about the many different types of mushrooms local to Hancock. Students then were able to explore our environment to find mushrooms with different attributes.

Our 4th grade class had the privilege of attending a special field trip to Norway Pond with their classroom teacher Ms. Nevins and Susie Spikol from the Harris Center. More guests included staff from WMUR as they are featuring Ms. Spikol on Chronicle.

Upcoming Events

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December Sunday
Lantern Parade
6:00 pm
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December Monday
Specialist – Library/Media
8:00 am
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December Monday
Specialist – Health/PE
8:00 am
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December Monday
Specialist – Music
8:00 am
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December Monday
Holiday Break – no school
8:00 am
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January Tuesday
Specialist – Library/Media
8:00 am

Hancock Elementary School Mission

All students at Hancock Elementary School will demonstrate academic, social and emotionalgrowth so that they may succeed as individuals and positively contribute to their classroom, school, and local community.