All community correspondence from Mr. Olsen can be found here.
The last couple of years, teaching and working in education has become increasingly complex for all. The Merrimack School District staff are going above and beyond each and every day to serve the students of the district. Sometimes, we are moving so fast that we may not take the time to give the thanks to those that have made a positive impact on a student or staff member. We would like to use this platform to allow staff, parents, students, graduates, and community members of Merrimack, New Hampshire, to share positive words or stories for our staff.
Information on applying for free and reduced lunch. Please note: free meals for all students will be ending in June. All meals beginning September 2022 will be charged at the 2022-2023 established rate unless you have an approved free and reduced application on file.
The Merrimack High School Football Field in Merrimack, NH is about to get a major upgrade. The Laura's World Fund is sponsoring a project to build a new concessions stand at the Student Memorial Field and you have the opportunity to be a part of history. To finance the nearly $100,000 project we are selling bricks to fill the walkway and patio around the structure. All funds raised will go directly to the construction project and there will be no cost to the school district.
Demonstrated Success is offering webinars and office hours free for parents and guardians of students in the Merrimack School District. Please see the attached flyer of webinar topics and for more information on accessing this great resources.
Merrimack School District has hosted several webinars presented by Lynn Lyons, psychotherapist, author and speaker. She is now offering free weekly podcasts for parents.
Even with free meals for your school district in 2021-2022, it is still important to submit a free/reduced-price meal application. Filling out the school meal application may help provide: • After School Academic & Enrichment Programs. • Free/Reduces meal 30-day rollover for the next school year. • State and Federal funding for school budgets. • Fund computers and technology at home and for your school. • Fee waivers for college applications and admission tests.