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School News

March 6, 2014

EES Honor Roll

EPPING — Epping Elementary School announces the following students have earned Honors for the second quarter of 2013-2014.

High Honors: Grade 3: Brooke Bacon, Cooper Bernier, Ethan Coldsmith, Jared DeCourcy, Olivia Gosselin, Keaghan Hayes, Brady Lewis, Miriam Peck, Luke Snyder; Grade 4: Kaitlyn Boelter, Ethan Chevalier, Melissa Daigle, Sydney Farris, Trey Finkelstein, Jade Gagnon, Jessica Galante, Julia Hardy, Elizabeth Hobbs, Jacob Loving, Sasha McCabe, David Meyer, Wyatt Noel, Kevin O’Connell, Zachary Orthman, Aryana Patnaude, Mikey Picard, Abby Purchas, Molly Tessier, Jacklyn Tracy, Haley Williamson, Morgan Witmer; Grade 5: Delaney Clough, Isabelle Deary, Alexa Guarente, Owen Hayes, Kalee Hill, Taylor Holt, Andew LeBlanc, Jack LePage, Erika MacLeod, Ryan MacVicar, Mackenzie McAniff, Peter McTague, Taya Morgado, Arianna Murphy, Meaghan Murphy, Jenna Needham, Ciara Patey, Luke Rossel, Emma Roussel, Amara Stevens, Haleigh Sullivan, Abigail Walsh, Alex Wyatt.

Honors: Grade 3: Sophie Bade, Jada Bartlett, Kaelin Beattie, Christel Bellen, Kaitlyn Chapman, Aiden Dyer, Allison Galante, Leah Hackett, Kaylin Hennessy, Jordan Horton, Daniel Johnson, James Le, Sean Lecuyer, Cassidy Lustenberger, Calynn Marcheterre, Nathan McTague, Mackenzie Milbury, Sophia Morang, Pacy Morgado, Lindsey Parents, Maiya Poloian, Brady Powicki, Annalee Roy, Carly Sanborn, Dev Sappal, Tyler Valdez, Sarrah Wilkins, Alexa Williamson, Aaron Wyatt; Grade 4: Will Barker, Tyus Bobb, Dylan Comeau, James Dross, Owen Finkelstein, Alex Greubel, Zachary Hodgman, Abby Houston, Katrina Jansson, Jackson Knox, Zachary Leblanc, Ciretta Mackenzie, Stamatis Maschas, Patrick McTague, Gregory Moulton, Mikhail Ozols, Ryan Page, Gracie Re, Rachel Robinson, Zachary Rogers, Aaron Sable, Alexandra Simard, Maxwell Simpson, Caden Snell, Cavan Snell, Domenic Spinelli, Rachel Swanson, Katelyn Whitman; Grade 5: Alexa Bade, Mia Boccelli, Josh Coolidge, Kendall Crenshaw, Tyson Dionne, Spencer Gaudreau, Nico Greubel, Alyssa Higginbottom, Trevor Hovey, Katrina Jennings, Scott Johnson, Dillon McKenzie, Jack Meyer, Ben Milbury, Will Morasco, Ryan Pinkham, Kaitlyn Prince, Kate Roussel, Abigail Roy, Brandon Specuilli, Nico Spinelli, Brynn Sweetsir, Payden Swidrak, Sean Thornton, Cassidy Wall, Isabella Walley, Megan Webber.

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    The Epping Middle School Student Leadership Team took part in the Granite Youth Alliance Film Festival on June 2. Their short film "Where One Post May Lead" focused on the dangers of substance abuse and the appropriate use of social media. The Granite Youth Film Festival is a unique opportunity for young filmmakers to write, direct, shoot, and star in their own productions, designed to ignite change in the community. Students were able to see their work up on the big screen at the O’Neil Cinema in Epping. Maylee Gagnon and Ben Fowler represented the team and were interviewed on the creation process and how it felt to be a star on the big screen. The project was directed by Guidance Counselor Nick DeGruttola and Media Specialist Thelma Thompson. Representatives from the EMS Leadership Team are pictured above, from left, Abby Simard, Jasmyne Bickford, Maya Martin, Maylee Gagnon, Rachel Martin, Ben Fowler, Colin Farris, Nathaniel Marshall, Megan McFadden.

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  • Volunteer of the Year

    Atkinson Academy Elementary School has named its Volunteer of the Year for 2014. Timberlane Regional High School graduate Ashley Higham, right, received the award from teacher Meredith Bastien, pictured left. Ashley volunteered her services three days a week for two hours in 5-K Intensive Needs classes during the school year.

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    Successful Conservation Collaboration Posted 6 days ago 1 Photo
  • Volunteer of the Year

    Atkinson Academy Elementary School has named its Volunteer of the Year for 2014. Timberlane Regional High School graduate Ashley Higham, right, received the award from teacher Meredith Bastien, pictured left. Ashley volunteered her services three days a week for two hours in 5-K Intensive Needs classes during the school year.

    Volunteer of the Year Posted 6 days ago 1 Photo
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