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Hooksett talking with Goffstown

It’s still not clear where Hooksett students will go to high school. The Union Leader this morning reports Hooksett administrators are now talking with Goffstown officials about sending students there next year. Hooksett currently pays Manchester about 85-hundred dollars per student, but that agreement has come to an end because of oversized classrooms.  This school year, several Hooksett kids are attending Pinkerton and Londonderry High School.

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