One District, One Community, One School System

The Moultonborough community  values education and its local public schools. As a school community, we desire the best for all students and has high expectations for those who serve the community's children. Learn more about the multiple facets of education within the District—academically, athletically, artistically, and socially.

Moultonborough School District provides preK - 12th grade education to residents of Moultonborough.The school system grew from a kindergarten through 6th grade system to a K-12 SAU in 1980. In 2018 the district created a middle level (Grades 6-8).  The district is comprised of 2 buildings and 3 schools. Our community continues to provide Moultonborough students with a comprehensive education, including college prep and career ready academics, technology school opportunities, art, music, physical education, world languages, a variety of electives, co-curricular activities, and sports teams for every season.

 

 

School Meals Announcement

The district is offering complimentary breakfast and lunch for all children 18 years and younger. (Courtesy of a USDA grant to provide relief during COVID-19). Students may access these meals during morning break and lunch.
Even with free meals, it is still important to submit a free/reduced-price meal application.
Completing an application takes less than 10 minutes and application information remains private and confidential. Only one application per household is needed.
Applications are available here or from MSD Food Service Director, Meg Diltz.
Filling out School Meal Applications helps provide:

  • funding for after school programs
  • funding for tutoring and extra help
  • access to free/reduced-prices meals in the next school year
  • funding for technology
  • free college applications and admission tests
  • funding for additional classroom resources for teachers and students

    ARP ESSER GRANT INFO

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NH DOE 603 Bright Futures Survey


Please find information about  and participate in NH Department of Education's 603 Bright Futures Survey 2022 here.

COVID Communication

We ask that if families have a student that tests positive for COVID-19 they reach out to the school nurse with that information as soon as possible.

Moultonborough Central School Nurse is Linda Isabelle lisabelle@sau45.org

Moultonborough Academy Nurse is Carolyn Nelson cnelson@sau45.org    

COVID-19 Mitigation & Response Plan for 2021–2022  

Update March 4, 2022

On Friday, Feb. 25, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its requirement for face masks on school buses. Effective immediately, the CDC no longer requires the wearing of masks on buses or vans operated by public or private school systems, including early care and education child care programs. More information is available on the CDC’s website here.

March 8, 2022

Based on Department of Health and Human Services and New Hampshire Department of Education Guidance.  Masks are no longer required in Moultonborough School Facilities. Masks remain recommended and any staff or student may choose to wear a mask at any time. Masks will remain available free of charge. There may be times where the targeted temporary use of masks may be required. For example: If there is evidence of transmission such as a cluster of cases in a specific classroom or cohort we may decide to temporarily use masks in that classroom. The decision to implement temporary use of masks will be made on a case-by-case basis by a team including a school nurse, an administrator, a representative of the Moultonborough School Staff Association, and in consultation with the NH DHHS.

There may also be the need to request  mask use when interacting closely with some specific staff or students due to their medical needs. 

MSD Vision and Mission

Our VISION is to prepare and empower each student to shape his or her future with knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to thrive in a changing world.

Our MISSION is to provide a caring culture of rigorous and relevant learning experiences. We model and promote ethical ideals of respect, responsibility, integrity, compassion, and moral courage.

The Moultonborough Community Charter
We, the Community of Moultonborough, affirm the existence of the following ethical ideals: list of values

   

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