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Student Vaccinations

Manchester School District is offering voluntary COVID-19 vaccination clinics for our students who are age 16 or older. Each student will be able to bring along up to two family members to get vaccinated at the same time. They are planning three clinics next week. You can find more information and links to sign up by clicking here.

Bus Route Changes

As more students return to in-person learning, bus routes will be updated frequently. Routes are posted on the Manchester School District website. To find them, go to http://transportation.mansd.org, then look for your student’s school on the left side of the page.

MSTHS & CTE Scholarships

Get a jumpstart on applying for scholarships! For a list of available scholarships at MST, please click here: Scholarships

Be sure to check back periodically for any new scholarship listings!


Seniors Returning Borrowed Chromebooks

All borrowed MST Chromebooks must be returned by graduating Seniors to the MST Office no later than June 01, 2021.

If a student is eligible for Summer Credit Recovery, arrangements can be made to keep the Chromebook to participate.

Remote Spotlight

MST's Quarter 2 Remote Spotlight Nominees have been posted!

The Remote Spotlight students are nominated for demonstrating outstanding character in a class or CTE area of study. Students are nominated each quarter by their instructors, and we will highlight nominated students on our website and social media accounts. Congratulations to all of our nominated students for a job well done!

To check out this quarter's nominated students, please click here: Remote Spotlight

2021 Graduation

Manchester School of Technology High School will be graduating on:

Sunday, June 13, 2021

9:00 am

NE Delta Dental Stadium

Rain Date: Saturday, June 26, 2021 at 9:00 am


Yearbook Sales

Yearbooks can now be purchased!

Please click here for more information: MST Yearbook

Get Involved!

MST FIRST Robotics FUSION6763 is looking for students to join their team!

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For information on our other Clubs & Organizations, please click here: Get Involved!

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Getting A Jump on College Planning

The Running Start program offers courses students can take in high school for dual high school and college credit.

The Early College program offers courses high school students can take at a community college campus at a significant discount.

eStart offers courses students can take 100% online for dual high school and college credit.

Eligible students may receive a full tuition scholarship through the Governor’s Dual and Concurrent Enrollment STEM Scholarship program, which pays for up to 2 STEM courses per year for students in 10th, 11th and 12th grade.

For more information on college planning click here: College Planning Information

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Technology Resources

Please click here to apply for: Parent Portal

Chromebook Technical Support

In the event that you suspect that your Chromebook is malfunctioning, please send an email to techsupport@mansd.org explaining in detail what is happening. An agent from the Manchester School District IT Department will be in contact to assist you.

For Assistance At Home

Food assistance: Manchester School District is delivering meals by bus, and offering meals for pickup at some school locations. You can find information on locations and times online at www.mansd.org/covid-19-resources/food-resources or on the following links:

Please note: The times have changed for food bus routes. You can go to whichever stop is easiest for you.

School pickup: Pickup is available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at selected schools. You can find the list at https://www.mansd.org/covid-19-resources/food-resources.

Weekend meal bags: Available on Fridays at any school meal pickup site, or on the school bus routes. You can also pick these up at the YMCA on Fridays (info below).

YMCA grab-and-go meals: The YMCA of Downtown Manchester continues to offer grab-and-go meals for youths 18 and younger Monday through Friday. You can pick up meals on the Stark Street side of the building between the hours of 4:30 and 5:30 pm.

Mobile food pantry: The New Hampshire Food Bank will hold a mobile food pantry the next two Fridays (Dec. 11 and Dec. 18) from 11 am to 1 pm in Manchester at the Comcast facility on Island Pond Road (enter from East Industrial Park Drive).