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Our District

School Administrative Unit (SAU) 70 is the nation's first interstate school district comprising the towns of Hanover, New Hampshire and Norwich, Vermont. SAU 70 consists of four schools and four boards:

Hanover School Board is responsible for the Bernice A. Ray Elementary School in Hanover, New Hampshire.

Norwich School Board is responsible for the Marion Cross School in Norwich, Vermont.

Dresden School Board is responsible for the Richmond Middle School and Hanover High School, both located in Hanover, New Hampshire

SAU Board is responsible for the SAU-wide functions used by all the schools, such as Human Resources, Finance, Special Education, Technology, and Administration.




Jay Badams

Superintendent

Kate O'Connor

Admin Assistant to the Superintendent

The Norwich Times

The Norwich Times features only the “good people, good places and good things happening” in and around the Norwich area. The paper is well-respected and cherished by community members and is often read cover to cover.

Visit the Norwich Times website

Town of Hanover

Hanover is located on the western side of New Hampshire in the scenic Upper Connecticut River Valley. The river forms the border between Vermont and New Hampshire. The Town has a population of 11,260 (per 2010 census) and is the home of Dartmouth College, which was established in 1769.

Visit the Town of Hanover website

Town of Norwich

Norwich, Vermont is located in Windsor County and has a population of about 3,414. It is located along the Connecticut River, is home to many businesses and nonprofit organizations, and has a vibrant downtown and village green.

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