School News


Kindergarten Registration 2020-2021

Welcome to Main Street School!

Please watch our video, A Day in the Life of a Kindergartner to see what it’s like to attend Main Street School.

Our Kindergarten Registration and Information presentation will tell you more about our kindergarten program.

Below you will find the forms and instructions needed to register your child for kindergarten this fall. Please note that your child must be five years of age by September 30, 2020 in order to be eligible for kindergarten.

Registration Checklist – This explains the forms we need from you and lists the forms we provide and need you to complete.

Placement Questionnaire - This form is designed to help us know more about who your child is as a learner and is used to help us create balanced classrooms that have a range of skills and abilities.

Registration Packet – This ZIP file contains the forms we provide and need you to complete.

If you are unable to enter information directly into the PDFs, please be sure that you have downloaded them. They may not be fillable if launched in your browser.

You may return all of the forms by email to Lauren Kyle at lkyle@sau16.org. If you are unable to provide certain forms electronically, please let Lauren know, and she will schedule a time to meet with you when the school reopens.

Thank you for your flexibility during this unique situation!

Please email Lauren Kyle at lkyle@sau16.org with any questions.


Public Input on Elementary School Resource Officer Position

The Exeter School Board invites public input on creating a School Resource Officer (SRO) for the town's elementary schools at the November 13, 2019 Board meeting, 6:30 pm in the Lincoln Street School cafeteria. An SRO is a police officer responsible for safety, crime prevention and conducting presentations on youth-related issues.

Additional information, including a subcommittee presentation, articles and brief summaries of discussions are available in the May and June 2019 Board minutes and videos (linked below). Please note, public input will be held at the beginning of the November Board meeting.

May 2019 Board meeting minutes | video

June 2019 Board meeting minutes | video

MSS Family Story Hour Pics.pdf

Feelings” was the theme of our Open Circle Luncheon on Wednesday, March 11th. Students pictured here were honored for their ability to recognize the feelings of others. We highlighted the book How Are You Peeling? by J. Elffers and Saxton Freymann because it talks about different types of feelings using the faces of vegetables and fruits with moods. Students are encouraged to recognize their own feelings and express those feelings in safe and healthy ways using words.

Remember to:


Be Kind

Be Your Best

Be Respectful

Be Safe

Main Street School Slideshow

NH State Senator Visits MSS

As a part of the second-grade science curriculum, the students in 2MC/P became aware of how the environment affects the lives of various animals. As a result, they became interested in conservation. Using Project Based Learning concepts, the class decided to complete a project based upon their interest. Past classes have selected projects that influenced the school administrators, teachers, and students to become more aware of the impact certain school practices have on the environment.

This year's group of enthusiastic students were interested in trying to make community changes. They embraced the idea of protecting the ocean and its animals by encouraging local restaurants to limit the number of Styrofoam containers used by customers and eliminate the number of plastic bags used in Exeter. They also encouraged Main Street School to begin composting.

They researched the issues surrounding these topics and secured with parental help a knowledgeable speaker, who ignited their passion for the project. They wrote opinion essay and letters which were sent to the Exeter Select Board, State Representatives and Senators, and local businesses. State Senator Morgan and State Representative Grossman visited the classroom to hear the students' concerns.

Senator Jon Morgan