As with any infectious diseases, the Moultonborough School District will follow the direction of the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services and any applicable local, state and federal law in responding to cases of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases. Currently the NH DHHS is following CDC guidelines. Here is a link to the current recommended testing and isolation protocols:​coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-​health/isolation.html

We do ask that you keep sick children home. While COVID-19 testing is recommended for those with symptoms, a negative COVID-19 test it is no longer a requirement for returning to school. We ask that you notify the school nurse if your child tests positive for COVID-19 or any other infectious diseases.

Your child’s school nurse can help you make a decision about the best way to help prevent spread of an infectious disease in our schools.

MCS school nurse: Linda

MA (ML & HS) school nurse: Carolyn

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School Meals Announcement September 2022

As of September 2022, universal free meals is no longer available to students. For students to receive free or reduced meals, their families need to have a meals application submitted and approved.
Completing an application takes less than 10 minutes and application information remains private and confidential. Only one application per household is needed.
Applications are available here or from MSD Food Service Director, Meg Diltz.
Filling out School Meal Applications helps provide:

  • funding for after school programs
  • funding for tutoring and extra help
  • access to free/reduced-prices meals in the next school year
  • funding for technology
  • free college applications and admission tests
  • funding for additional classroom resources for teachers and students