Students Perform Contraction "Word Surgery" at MSS

40 Main Street, Exeter, NH 03833 | 603-775-8900

MSS is a K-2 Elementary School in Exeter, NH, serving 500 students from 8:30-3pm. Learn More.

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Registration packets for next year's kindergarten students are available in the Main Office from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. If you cannot stop in to pick one up, please call 603-775-8946 to make other arrangements. Learn more on our New Students page.

The Exeter Fire Department joined with the Main Street School teachers for the month of March to encourage our second graders to read daily. This program, called Stop, Drop, and Read, is a reading incentive program sponsored by fire departments throughout the country. The Exeter Fire Department brought this program to the Main Street School second graders in order to help students make reading part of their daily schedule. There were a number of incentives for this reading program, including a ride to school on a fire truck for two lucky participants. Overall, the second grade students read a total of over 1,200 hours during the month of March. Quite the feat! Congratulations to all second grade students who participated, and thank you to parents, teachers, and the Exeter Fire Department for supporting our students.

April 3rd Open Circle Luncheon

“Friendship” was the theme of our Open Circle Luncheon on Wednesday, April 3rd. The students were treated to a lunch with Frog and Toad and their pictures were taken to display on our Open Circle bulletin board outside the main office. All students are encouraged to use kind ways to interact with each other, much like Frog and Toad in their stories. The students pictured here were recognized for practicing their friendship skills in productive and appropriate ways. These students are commended for setting an example for all to follow! Congratulations!

Remember to:

Be Kind

Be Your Best

Be Respectful

Be Safe

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January Open Circle Luncheon

Principal's APRIL Newsletter

Read Across America Week!

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