Please see Campus resource pages:

COVID-19 Monadnock Resources

COVID-19 Manchester Resources

April 6, 2020

With the remote learning period extended to May 4th (and a strong possibility that it will be extended beyond that date,) the MC2 Board of Trustees voted to adjust the MC2 2019-2020 school calendar.  June 5th is now the last day of the 2019-20 school year.  April vacation is cancelled for the Manchester Campus.

March 15, 2020

As many of you know, Governor Sununu has announced NH schools will close for students effective March 16, with remote instruction and support implemented for all learners. The initial remote learning period is through April 3, 2020.

Throughout the remote learning period, we will continue to follow our 2019-20 school calendars.

MC2 Monadnock is on break from March 14 – April 5, 2020. (See MC2 Monadnock 2019-20 school calendar here.) The staff will be planning for the possibility of implementing remote learning beginning April 6, should the remote learning period be extended.

MC2 Manchester has Doc Week March 16 – 20. Staff will be planning Monday, March 16th for implementation of remote instruction and support of Doc Week targets, including remote exhibitions of learning, March 17 – 20.

MC2 Manchester has break March 21 – March 29. (See MC2 Manchester 2019-20 school calendar here.) MC2 staff will be planning for implementation of remote learning beginning March 30th.

MC2 Manchester Food Service – We are awaiting word from Manchester School District Food Service regarding availability and distribution of school meals. As soon as we have that information, we will post it here.

If you have questions, please use our contact page or call your local school campus:

MC2 Manchester – (603) 935-7488, Magdalana Correia-Foster

MC2 Monadnock – (603) 283-0844, Christopher O’Reilly

March 12, ,2020

We are carefully watching COVID-19 developments and following communications from the New Hampshire Department of Education. We will post updates here as they become available.

March 12, 2020 Community Letter about COVID-19