Alan Miller
Facilities Director
(603) 432-6920 x1102

Rebecca Mitchell
Office Assistant
(603) 432-6920 x1128

Use of Facilities

Use of Facilities Application and Agreement:

Approved community teams and organizations can request the use of Londonderry School venues to host meetings and events. Click here for application.

Field Map:  Picture of identified sports fields by school

Procedures for Serving Food: The school district administration supports and encourages events on school property.  However, we must comply with Federal and State regulations regarding preparation and serving of food in our facilities.

Facility Maintenance Plan & Summer Projects

Facility Maintenance Plan

This Facility Maintenance Plan has been developed by the Londonderry School District’s Building and Grounds management team to document the manner in which the Londonderry School District will maintain its buildings and grounds in order to ensure a safe and sanitary condition for its students and staff, and to protect the District’s investment in its assets through sound maintenance procedures.

Click Here to View Plan

Summer Projects

NH DES Water Testing

NH Department of Environmental Services issued recommendations for voluntary testing of lead in drinking water at all schools and daycares in the spring of 2016, following increased awareness of lead toxicity to children from the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. The Londonderry School District contracted with a certified company to perform the testing in all of our schools. A total of 134 fixtures were tested according to DES protocols. All but 3 samples came back with satisfactory results. The 3 fixtures were flushed and re-tested, and the results were well below action standards.

On February 8, 2018, Governor Sununu signed Senate Bill 247 Prevention of Childhood Lead Poisoning. This law requires, among other actions, that all schools and licensed childcare facilities test lead in drinking water at all locations where water is available for consumption by children. The first round of testing is required to be completed by July 1, 2019, and every 5 years thereafter, until at least 3 rounds are below the standard. Such testing completed from 2016 forward is acceptable for the first round of sampling.

Asbestos Notice


In compliance with AHERA, the Londonderry School District is required to notify parents, teachers, and all other building occupants that an Asbestos Management Plan (AMP) is available for review in the SAU offices at 6A Kitty Hawk Landing. The AMP details the location of asbestos in each building and provides a record of inspections, re-inspections, periodic surveillance, and removal of asbestos.

Periodic surveillance of Asbestos Containing Building Materials (ACBM) is conducted by district personnel every six months and a thorough re-inspection of ACBM is conducted once every three years by the District’s environmental consultant. The most recent inspection was completed in September, 2019.

If you require more detailed information, please call the SAU office at (603) 432-6920 and staff will direct your inquiry to the District’s designated person for asbestos information.