Remote Learning Resources and Updates for Families and Educators

Reaching Higher NH is compiling news, resources for families and students, and resources for educators over the next few weeks. As we receive more information, we will update this list.

UPDATE: On Thursday, March 26, Governor Chris Sununu announced a stay-at-home order, applicable to all New Hampshire residents, through Monday, May 4, 2020. Remote learning will be extended until May 4 as well. For more information, visit the State of New Hampshire website.

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This page was last updated on: April 9, 2020

Frequently Asked Questions

Here is the latest information on frequently asked questions: 

  • Will my school still have April vacation? Decisions on school vacations are made by each individual school district. Some NH school districts have chosen to forego April vacation in order to have an earlier summer break, while others have decided to keep their vacation weeks Check with your student's principal for more information.
  • When will school get out? The end of school date is set by the local school district. Please contact your student's principal for more information.
  • Will my student have to take the annual state test? Governor Chris Sununu announced that all statewide assessments have been cancelled for the Spring 2020 semester. This includes the Grades 3-8 annual statewide assessment, as well as the school-administered SAT in 11th grade. More information about the school-administered SAT is expected shortly.
  • Will remote learning extend beyond the stated date? Currently, remote learning is in place through May 4, 2020. Governor Sununu and Commissioner Frank Edelblut have acknowledged that remote learning may extend beyond this date, but they have not announced a decision at this time.

COVID-19 News and Updates

All New Hampshire public schools are closed to students, effective Monday, March 16. Public schools will be closed until Monday, May 4, 2020. 

Federal- and State-Level Resources

Resources for Families

Resources for Educators

Resources for Industry & Business

  • NH ELON Seeking NH-Industry Specific Videos: The NH Extended Learning Opportunity Network is offering industry an opportunity to forward along exploratory information about their company that they can categorize by career cluster and / or N.H. industry and distribute to schools. There is a high demand for content, and NH ELON is working to help industries and businesses get information to districts quickly. Learn more about the effort in this announcement.

Legislative Updates

The NH General Court has suspended all legislative activities through May 4. During this time, the State House will be closed to legislative members, legislative staff, and visitors.

Visit the NH General Court webpage for more information.

Looking for resources specifically for children with disabilities? The Parent Information Center of NH (PIC NH) has a comprehensive guide with answers to frequently asked questions and resources for families of children with disabilities:

Disclaimer: The resources and information included on this page are for informational purposes only. Products, services, companies, providers, or organizations included in this page are not explicitly endorsed by Reaching Higher NH.

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