Employee Information and Documents

SAU29 Employee Special Offers


​Please see the benefits page for the district needed.

SAU 29 Professional Development Master Plan


Munis Employee Self Service (ESS) is a web based application that allows employees of SAU 29 to privately access selected personal and payroll information.  Following are some features and information available through ESS:

    View and update contract information such as address, telephone number, dependents.
    View and update emergency contact information.
    View and print pay check information.
    View and print year-to-date gross earnings.
    View and print W-2 information.
    View, print and update W-4 withholding information.
    Use the paycheck simulator utility.
    View and print a history of used and accrued leave.  This information is up-to-date as of the last pay period.

You may access ESS from this link:  https://sau29.munisselfservice.com/

Please click on this link to view an "Instructional Guide" for Munis ESS(You must be logged in to your SAU29 account to view this document).

Intranet access is necessary in order to access Munis Employee Self Service.  The user name is the first initial of your first name and middle name; and your full last name.  Example - Jane S. Smith would have a user name of jssmith.  The password for first time users is the last 4 digits of your social security number.  First time users will be prompted to provide a password hint.  Provide a hint that will allow you to easily remember your password.  If you have trouble accessing ESS, please send an email to essreset@sau29.org or email Samantha Fletcher at:

Fletcher, Samantha (603) 357-9007 ex.215 HR Generalist


The New Hampshire Retirement System (NHRS) is the public employee pension plan for school district Employers in New Hampshire. The plan provides lifetime pension benefits that are determined at retirement under formulas prescribed by law; the pension benefit is not based on investment returns or contributions.  The retirement system provides service retirement, early retirement, disability retirement, and vested deferred retirement benefits, as well as pre- and post-retirement death benefits.


Currently, NHRS Group I Employees (both teachers and hourly employees) contribute 7% of their gross pay into the system.  To be eligible to enroll in NHRS, a teacher must work 30 hours or more a week (contracted at 80% FTE or greater); an hourly employee must work at least 35 hours/week on a regular basis in a benefits eligible position. 


ENROLLMENT FORMS - To enroll in NHRS, please complete an NHRS Member Information/Enrollment Form.  Complete Sections A and C only and return to the SAU 29 HR office, along with required copies of your birth certificate and social security card.  New members should also complete the "Designation of Death Beneficiaries Pre-Retirement" or the "Death Benefits Designation of a Trust as Beneficiary".  Please note that the Death Beneficiary forms must be notarized.  If you'd like someone in Human Resources to notarize the form, do not sign or date it until you are in front of a notary public.


This link will take you to to the NHRS website page to obtain the necessary forms listed above to enroll in NHRS, along with informational brochures.

SAU 29 on-line absence reporting and sub finder system - AESOP

Employees: Please follow the AESOP link (www.aesoponline.com), and sign in using your assigned log-in ID and pin number.  Once there you can report an absence of any kind; i.e., sick day, personal day, professional development day. Remember to tell the system how many days you will be out (for a scheduled absence) and to attach lesson plans or other information for the sub that will be covering your position during your absence.

Substitutes: Please follow the AESOP link (www.aesoponline.com), and sign in using your assigned log-in ID and pin number. Once there you will see the open positions throughout SAU 29 for which you are available and qualified for. You can accept a position right from the web site. If you have not accepted a position and you are available for the day, you may get a phone call in the evening or early morning asking if you are interested in accepting an open position.

Remember, training is available on the AESOP web site. Simply log in and find the training video you want to watch on the left hand side of the screen.