A schedule of district calendars which have been approved by the local school board is reported. State summaries of the number of districts observing various holidays and vacation schedules are reported.
Current information for all Schools and School Administrative Units in the State of New Hampshire including addresses, telephone numbers, administrator names and email addresses.
Reports: SAU List, School List, District/Town Cross Reference, Superintendent List, BusinessAdminList, Non Public Schools by Town, High School/Town Cross Reference, Asst. Superintendent List, Non Public Schools by Name
Reports: EOY Free and Reduced Eligibility Rate By District, EOY Free and Reduced Eligibility Rate By School, Free Reduced School Lunch Eligibility Rates by District, Free Reduced School Lunch Eligibility Rates by School
These reports include all administrations of the SAT (Saturday and SAT School Day) for NH public high school graduates who took the SAT during high school. If a student took the SAT more than once, the most recent score and self-reported SAT questionnaire responses are summarized.
Dropout data, graduation rates, and completers - where do they go.
Reports: Cohort Counts By School, Completers By Category, Completers By Status By County, Completers By Status By School, Early Exit and Dropout Rates for Grades 9 - 12 (2019 and before only), Early Exit and Dropout Rates for Grades 9 - 12 (2020 or later)
The Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) monitors six categories of priority health-risk behaviors among youth and young adults including behaviors that contribute to unintentional injuries and violence; tobacco use; alcohol and other drug use; sexual behaviors that contribute to unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection; unhealthy dietary behaviors; and physical inactivity.
The School Health Profiles assists state and local education and health agencies in monitoring and assessing characteristics of school health education; physical education and physical activity; practices related to bullying and sexual harassment; school health policies related to tobacco-use prevention and nutrition; school-based health services; family engagement and community involvement; and school health coordination. Data from Profiles can be used to improve school health programs.
The School Safety Data Collection is completed by the school principal or designee and certified by the superintendent at the end of each school year. It includes data concerning restraints and seclusions, harassment, bullying, student discipline, school safety and truancy. The data is used for state and federal reporting and is required under the following RSAs: 126-U, 193-F, 193:13; 193-E:3, 193:13,V, 193-G:1, 189:35-a, and 193-E:3 as well as through Title IX, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Gun Free Schools Act of 1994.