Manchester School of Technology & MST High School
The annual honor roll for MST High School is calculated from the GPA for the school year and is based upon grades submitted on the last day of the school year.
Yearbook distribution will take place on July 09 from 9:00 am until 12:00 pm. Please email Ms. Strout at email@example.com with any questions.
Graduation photos are available to purchase for $5 each, courtesy of Brayall Photo. You will receive a full-resolution digital copy of the photo without a watermark. Post it or print it as much as you want!
Use this link to get your photos: MSTHS Graduation 2020 Photos by Brayall Photo
Department of Labor Student Working Papers
Additional information regarding youth employment can be found here: NH Department of Labor
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Chromebook Technical Support
In the event that you suspect your Chromebook may be malfunctioning, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and explain in detail the trouble you're having. An agent from the Manchester School District IT Department will contact you. In the event that the Chromebook needs to be replaced, the IT Department agent will instruct you on the next steps.
The Manchester City Library has shared some of the following ideas for families to do online:
You can also sign up for a library card online and will get a card number within 24 hours so they can access all of our online resources- books, movies, television shows which can be read/viewed on smartphones and tablets. The cards are good for 30 days and will be extended if closures continue. The information is up on the Manchester City Library website and blog with quick links to how to sign up.
Lessons on Manchester Public TV: Our friends at Manchester Public Television have partnered with us to broadcast video lessons from MSD staff. The lessons are airing on TV on Channel 16, and are also available streaming at https://www.manchestertv.org/16 and on YouTube by clicking here.
Exercise with Fortitude Health: Students and families can take part in a fun fitness class courtesy of Fortitude Health of Manchester. Classes will be streamed live on Instagram at 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. If you miss the live class, you can access the recording afterwards. You can find the classes by searching for @fortitudehealthandtraining on Instagram.
Granite YMCA has help for families: The Granite YMCA has responded in a big way to help the community during the COVID-19 crisis. As you may know, they are distributing meals for children each weekday, but they are also offering child care for essential personnel, online fitness classes and also keeping the elderly community in mind. You can find all of the resources they’re offering at www.graniteymca.org/covid-19.
Multilingual COVID19 Resources: The state has a great deal of multilingual resources on COVID19, which you can find here.
The Manchester Health Department has set up a hot line starting today through Friday (03/20) for the following:
- Manchester residents who do not have a health care provider and need an assessment for testing are to call the Emergency Operations Center hot line number at 603-668-1547.
- Manchester residents with symptoms and who do have a health care provider, should contact their health care provider.
- Anyone in the NH surrounding community calls for information, and does not have a health care provider should call NH-211.
*Surrounding towns are: Auburn, Bedford, Candia, Deerfield, Goffstown, Manchester, New Boston and Londonderry.
The Emergency Operations Center will be operating Monday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., or until further notice.
COVID-19 FAQ has been updated: We’ve updated our frequently-asked-questions document related to COVID-19 on our website (click here to view). For additional COVID-19 questions, please email email@example.com.
Reminder about social distancing: We need to reinforce the need for social distancing during this crisis to slow down the spread of COVID-19. How do you practice social distancing? First, stay away from social gatherings larger than 10 people. Second, keep a distance of six feet from other people. Third, avoid touching other people, and that includes shaking hands. Closing schools is an important part of social distancing, but we need to practice it outside of schools, as well.
If you are sick, you should NOT leave your home except to seek medical care. BEFORE YOU DO THAT: