Thank you to the city’s teachers and schools

A note of thanks on teacher appreciation day May 7, 2019 Manchester School District RE: Teacher Appreciation Day To Our Teachers and Schools: During the past year of Manchester Proud’s Community Engagement, we have met many of you and have experienced firsthand your hard work and dedication to our students.

Minutes 5/7/2019: Community Planning Group Takes First Look at Community Feedback

Community Planning Group Minutes, May 7, 2019 Location: Millyard Museum, Manchester Historic Association Community Planning Group Work Group Members Present: Amy Allen, Joede Brown, Charles Chretien, Donna Crook, Michael Delaney, Amanda Egan, Diane Fitzpatrick, Abigail Gemme, Jenn Gillis, Norma Gonzalez, Will Kanteres, Liz Kirwan, Katie Labranche, Nicole Lora, Lizabeth MacDonald,

Minutes 5/30/2019: Community Planning Group Clarifies Its Work

Community Planning Group Minutes, May 30, 2019 Location: Parker-Varney School Community Planning Group Member Present: Amy Allen, CJ Chretien, Amanda Egan, Donna Crook, Jennifer Gillis, Norma Gonzales, Joede Brown, Kimiya Parker-Hill, Liz Kirwan, Meredith Young, Liz MacDonald, Trinidad Tellez, Deo Mwano, Katie Labranche, Anthony Poore Community Planning Group Members Not Present:

You’re invited: May visioning sessions to design Manchester’s future schools

You've shared your feedback on the present. Now come design the future. Manchester’s many constituencies have shared their experiences, hopes and needs for our public schools in listening sessions, town halls, surveys and door-to-door visits. Manchester Proud needs the community’s input again, this time to help design a new vision

Meet Manchester Proud’s Community Planning Group

In February, Manchester Proud conducted a city-wide application process, seeking volunteers to join its new Community Planning Group. The work of this group will ensure the development of Manchester School District’s new strategic plan is driven by the community and responsive to its feedback. An independent Selection Committee was tasked

Join Manchester Proud’s Walk to End Hunger Team

Join Manchester Proud's Walk to End Hunger Team Manchester Proud invites you, your friends and family (and even your dog) to join its team for Families in Transition-New Horizons' annual Walk to End Hunger on May 19. The 5K walk though Manchester raises money to help Families in Transition-New Horizons

Here’s what happened at last week’s town hall

Last Wednesday, we held a town hall gathering at Memorial High School to update community members on what Manchester Proud has accomplished, introduce our new partner, 2Revolutions, and examine how the initiative’s next phase of work will unfold. Attendees were encouraged to ask questions and share their thoughts and perspectives.

Thank you to our volunteers, donors, and supporters!

A big thank you to all of our volunteers, donors, and supporters who helped prepare and participate in walking with us in Manchester’s Annual Christmas Parade this weekend! The parade has been a long-standing tradition in the city for over ten years and is run by InTown Manchester, who selected us

Manchester Proud holds celebration to honor the donors, community partners, and volunteers who have joined their effort.

The rain did not keep Manchester Proud supporters away on Tuesday, November 13 from their celebration at Veteran’s Park to honor donors, community partners, and volunteers who have joined the movement and are committed to the success of all public school students in the City of Manchester. Attendees included Mayor