Hooksett and Manchester school officials seek new deal
The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. at Cawley Middle School in Hooksett.
“Neither groups have ever met before, and therefore there will certainly be some introductions and just getting to know each other,” said Hooksett School Board Chairman Joanne McHugh, who serves on the Hooksett negotiation committee with Amy Boilard and Mike Berry.
“Hooksett reached out to our school board and asked if we would be willing to sit down to talk,” said Stewart. “I believe it’s very important that our two communities continue to have an open line of communication and so I’m looking forward to meeting with Hooksett’s representatives to hear what they have to say.”
“All of our partner schools (Bow, Londonderry, Pembroke and Pinkerton) have agreed that if a child begins at their school, they will be allowed to finish there. Manchester has yet to agree to this in writing,” said Lyscars. “From my perspective, as a representative, I want to be able to assure parents that all of our partners in education have the best interests of the children in mind, no matter where the child is from, regardless of future negotiations.”
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