New Hampshire Association of Family & Consumer Sciences
Welcome to the web site of the New Hampshire Association of Family & Consumer Sciences (NHAFCS). We are an affiliate member of the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences (AAFCS).
NHAFCS Scholarship Applications Being Reviewed
Thank you to all that applied! We are in the process of reviewing applications and are excited to choose a deserving candidate!
New Hampshire Family and Consumer Science Association announces our 2019 Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to Wendy MacArthur-Keith of Cooperative Middle School in Exeter! Please click here to read more about Wendy's valuable contributions to Family & Consumer Sciences education in New Hampshire!
NH Family and Consumer Sciences Spring Workshop
Where: King Arthur Flour Baking School, 135 US 5, Norwich, Vermont
When: Thursday, April 4, 2019
Who: First 32 Individuals to Register
Time: 9 AM-12 Noon (morning session), 1-4 PM (afternoon session)
Arrival Time: 8:15-8:30 AM
Cost: $110 per person (working in pairs)
registration is closed!
NHAFCS is happy to share that we have secured future conference dates for the next 2 years! Save the date for the next 2 NHAFCS conferences!
NHAFCS is excited to announce that our 2019 Fall Conference will be on Friday, October 25, 2019 at the Grappone Conference Center at the Courtyard Marriott , Concord, NH. Details to follow. Keep checking NHAFCS.org and @NHAFCS for updates.
Our 2020 Fall Conference will be on Friday, November 6, 2020 at the Marriott Courtyard in Nashua NH.
In taking feedback into consideration from our November post-conference survey, we would like to extend the opportunity to provide input on the topics presented at our next conference. Given the need to streamline and prioritize the vast number of ideas that were suggested, we have created an additional 1-minute survey to help with this task, which involves choosing your top 3 preferences. Please click the button below to complete this valuable survey!
David Cawley Middle School Students Return to Hip Peas Farm!
November 1, 2018
David Cawley Middle School students returned to Hip Peas Farm in Hooksett for hands on instruction in farming. To thank the staff and farmers, they planned and prepared a breakfast, made gifts, and created this video for them.
Hooksett 7th Grade Foods and Nutrition Students Collaborate with Hip Peas Farm
June 22, 2018
Foods and Nutrition students gathered their trowels and rakes and headed to the new Hip Peas Farm in Hooksett, NH in May. Students were welcomed by farmers and staff, toured the land, and learned the tricks and tips to plant a variety of herbs, fruits and vegetables. We’re so grateful to the farm staff and the New England’s Tap House Grille staff and owners for including our students in their newest endeavor. We can’t wait to return to the Farm to harvest!
Mrs. Olsen and Mrs. Tremblay
This video was created by two of our talented students. Watch to see how excited the classes were to be involved in this amazing opportunity!
Family & Consumer Sciences Education empowers individuals and families across the life span to manage the challenges of living and working in a diverse global society. Our unique focus is on the family, work, community and their interrelationships.
A Foundation for Family & Consumer Sciences Standards in New Hampshire