Welcome to SAU 41
Attention Hollis Residents: Vacancy on Hollis School Board
James O'Shea of the Hollis School Board, resigned his position on the Board, effective immediately. The Board accepted Dr. O'Shea’s resignation with great regret. Dr. O'Shea’s resignation leaves a vacancy for a one-year term. Interested candidates should contact Superintendent Andrew Corey at (603) 324-5999 or email him.
As we quickly approach April I wanted to provide you with an update regarding a variety of subjects. Our budget season ended with the Hollis Annual District meeting on March 19. On behalf of the SAU please allow me to extend my thanks to the voters of Brookline, Hollis and the Cooperative District for supporting our educational requests.
March has also seen us produce school plays, end a successful athletic season and begin preparations for spring. At the high school our seniors are receiving notifications of acceptances from colleges. At the primary, elementary and middle school levels staff and administration are working diligently regarding the transition process for our students.
At Hollis Brookline High School we have had the privilege of hosting the visiting committee from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges this month (March 22-25). This sixteen member committee reviews all aspects of our high school and generates a report which is provided to the Association’s Executive Board that reviews the finding and ultimately decides on our accreditation status. The report from the visiting committee will be available to the public in the September/October time frame. I want to thank Samantha McElroy and Kathleen Maynard who served as the HBHS co-chairs for this visit. Mr. Barnes, his administrative team our teachers, support staff and our students did an admirable job during the three day visit.
Mission & Vision Statement
The mission of SAU 41 is to ensure a strong, supportive learning environment focused on academic excellence.
The vision of SAU 41 is to help students acquire the knowledge and life skills for academic, social, and emotional success.
SAU 41 Strategic Plan
Given the tremendous amount of input received, the Steering Committee feels that the mission, vision, goals, and strategies that make up the Strategic Plan reflect the educational priorities of Hollis and Brookline’s elected officials, School Board members, parents, staff, and students. At each stage of the Plan’s development, the Steering Committee repeatedly reached out to the public to be sure that what the communities wanted is embodied in the Strategic Plan seen in the following pages. The Steering Committee is appreciative of leadership of the New England School Development Council in working with us in this process.
Read the 2012-2017 Strategic Plan.
Strategic Plan Deliverables Status
|Strategy 4.1||323.8 KB||2013-06-14 21:57:17|
|Strategy 2.6||1.27 MB||2013-06-14 21:57:50|
|Strategy 2.5||598.99 KB||2013-06-14 21:58:07|
|Strategy 1.2 B||744.59 KB||2013-06-14 21:56:27|
|Strategy 1.2 A and 4.4 revised||5.71 MB||2013-06-20 17:53:53|
|Strategy 1.2 A and 4.4||5.29 MB||2013-06-14 21:58:13|
|Strategy 1.1 C||2.02 MB||2013-06-18 13:32:59|
|Strategy 1.1 A and 1.1 B||1.19 MB||2013-06-14 21:57:06|
|2014-06-25-Strategic Plan Deliverable-Progress Matrix||915.08 KB||2014-06-25 12:25:45|
|2013-2014 Strategic Plan – SMART Goals Year Two Deliverables||124.63 KB||2013-12-12 16:25:00|
|2013-06-17-Strategic Plan Deliverable-Progress Matrix||109.4 KB||2013-06-14 21:48:04|
|Frequently Asked Questions||311.89 KB||2014-02-20 08:58:21|
|2014-01-30 Common Core Presentation||518.16 KB||2014-02-07 15:51:45|
|2014-01-13 CCSS DRAFT Presentation||274.15 KB||2014-02-07 15:51:45|
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