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Empowering Students to Thrive in a Changing World  

IMPORTANT UPDATE NOV.23:  IN-PERSON  LEARNING RESUMES NOV. 30

In-person school resumes Monday November 30.

Please read Superintendent Andrew's full message here .
Please read School Board Chairman Tolman's full message here.

Message from Principal Coppinger:



Moultonborough Academy Mission

Our mission is to prepare and empower each student to shape his or her future with knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary to thrive in a changing world. We provide a caring culture of rigorous and relevant learning experiences. We model and promote the ethical ideals of respect, responsibility, integrity, compassion and moral courage.

We succeed when our students are:
Lifelong learners,
Empathetic,
Active,
Responsible,
iNnovative,
Empowered, and
Respectful 
Stewards.

 

Moultonborough Academy is ranked by US News & World Report!

This year is the fifth year in a row that MA has been ranked by US News and World Report.  Congrats to our students, our educators, our support staff, our parents, and our community; together we earned this recognition.
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Recent News

School Meals Announcement


The district is offering complimentary breakfast and lunch for all children 18 years and younger. (Courtesy of a USDA grant to provide relief during COVID-19.)

e backdoor of the cafeteria located at Moultonborough Academy. We ask that you send an email at least 2 days in advance to meals@sau45.org to let us know if you would like the curbside pickup.
Curb-Side Pickup also applies to homeschooled children, siblings not yet enrolled in school, and any child that is 18 years and younger.
The more residents 18 and under that participate in the breakfast and lunch program, the more grant funding the district receives. We encourage any Moultonborough resident who is 18 years and younger to get these complimentary meals

 

MSD Message on Racism and Social Justice


 The recent killing of George Floyd, the ensuing widespread riots and protests may leave children with many questions and emotions.  These issues can be difficult to discuss with children in an age appropriate manner. The Moultonborough School  and Community Charter has five pillars: Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Compassion and Moral Courage.  I want to make clear, both personally and on behalf of Moultonborough Schools, that we will do all we can as a school system to uphold these ideals. We will address them directly in our educational programs, and in our engagement with students and families, working for a world that is equitable and kind; where people do not have to fear for their lives because of the color of their skin; and where everyone has the same opportunities to grow, thrive and enjoy their lives. 
Learn more about how to talk to your child about racism here.

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