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Welcome to Auburn Village School

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  Working together with our community to provide the highest quality education in a secure, positive, and challenging environment for all students.  We foster an atmosphere of cooperation with respect for individual differences and community values.

Welcome to Auburn Village School

  • Deliberative Session 2/5/22 9:00 am

    Date: January 20, 2022

    The Auburn Deliberative Session #1 will be held on February 5, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. at the Auburn Village School Gymnasium

  • Kindergarten Preregistration

    Date: January 13, 2022

    We are currently in the process of implementing an online registration system. We anticipate registration to be open in March.  To streamline registration, please complete this online pre-registration survey.  We will use this information to notify you once our system is available.  There will be a kindergarten parent information meeting in the spring.  We will need the following information for registration: The Child’s Birth Certificate Picture ID of Parent/Guardian 2 Proof of Residency (examples include a current Utility Bill, Tax Bill, Mortgage Statement, Purchase and Sale Agreement, Certificate of Occupancy, or a Lease/Rental Agreement) Residency Affidavit – only if living with...

  • Change in CDC Guidelines

    Date: January 11, 2022

    Dear AVS Families, Last week, the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (NH DHHS) released updated guidelines for isolation and quarantine related to COVID-19 based on guidance from the CDC. Effective today, 1/11/22, the Auburn School District 2021-2022 Reopening Plan was updated to include this guidance that addresses how to safely shorten isolation and quarantine from 10 days to 5 days. The updated DHHS Isolation & Quarantine Recommendations for the General Public can be found here: This new guidance may impact previously set student timelines for isolation and quarantine. Due to the high number of students in...

  • Auburn Village School will be closed Tuesday, January 11, 2022.

    Date: January 10, 2022

    Dear AVS Families, After careful consideration and discussion with our superintendent, because of the current and anticipated high number of staff and student absences, Auburn Village School will be closed Tuesday, January 11, 2022. We are treating the day like a snow day with students and teachers at home. Students and teachers will return to school on Wednesday, January 12 and Thursday, January 13. Friday, January 14 will be a no school day, as originally planned. The well-being of our school communities remains our greatest priority. We are alarmed with the high number of absences across our school these last few days. For example,...

  • 21-22 Calendar Updated

    Date: January 09, 2022

    We have update the 21-22 school calendar to reflect the non-instructional day on January 14th. There is no school for students on that day.

  • Mask Mandate Extended

    Date: January 07, 2022

    Dear Auburn Village School Families, Since my last communication, the 7-day PCR/Antigen positivity rate in Auburn has averaged 21.8% which is above the 10% threshold considered substantial transmission by the NH Department of Health and Human Services.  The number of active cases have increased from 32 to 66 cases and the number of cases over the previous 14 days have increased from 55 to 87 cases.  With the 7-day PCR/Antigen positivity rate average at 21,8% we will continue with the mask requirement for the week of Monday, January 10th through Friday January 14th.  I will continue to monitor these data points and...

  • NAEP Voluntary Questionnaires for Students

    Date: January 03, 2022

    The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) survey questionnaires are voluntarily completed by students, teachers, and school administrators who participate in a NAEP assessment. Survey questionnaires collect additional information about students' demographics and educational experiences. Responses to the questionnaires provide important information for educators, policymakers, and researchers to better understand the context in which students learn, and, in turn, can help improve education in our nation's classrooms. Take the survey here.