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June 27, 2013

EMS Recognition Night

EPPING —Epping Middle School held its annual Eighth Grade Recognition and Awards Night on June 25. Students, faculty, family, and friends filled the school’s gymnasium to see the presentation of awards and certificates to this year’s eighth grade class.

Citizenship Awards were presented to Abigael Kershaw-Smith and Garrett Snyder. The Governor David Morrill Science Achievement Award was given to Alexander Johnson. Emily Donovan took the Social Studies honors with the Governor William Plumer History Achievement Award. The Governor Benjamin Prescott Math Achievement Award was presented to Emily Colban, and Sophie Jordan received the John Greenleaf Award for English Achievement.

Teachers in each of the Unified Arts Classes presented the following awards: Art , Devyn Simard; Band , Abigail Ball; Computer/Digital Studies, Jacob Kaplan; Health/PE, Jacob McKay and Zachary Byrne; Iron Chef , Andrew Vensel; Music , Danielle McKay; Technology Education, Joshua Houston; World Languages, Sabrina Patterson (French) and Madelyn Bentz (Spanish).

Principal Kyle Repucci and Dean of Students Christine Hebert announced the President’s Awards Winners. Those receiving the Educational Excellence Awards (maintaining a 3.5 average for all three middle school years) were: Madelyn Bentz, Emily Colban, Emily Donovan, Sophie Jordan, Brandi McKay, Brenna Osgood, and Sabrina Patterson. The Educational Achievement Award is meant to encourage and reward students who work hard and give their best effort in school, often in the face of special obstacles to their learning. Recipients were: Abigail Ball, Taylor Limoli, Jaxson Miller, David Morasco, and Matthew Pipitone.

School Board Chair David Mylott, assisted by Mr. Repucci and Ms. Hebert, presented all eight graders with certificates of completion of the eighth grade. Refreshments were served immediately following the ceremony.

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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

    On June 17, the sophomore class of Sanborn Regional High School made a field trip to the Old Frye Town Forest, one of Kingston's five town forests, to assist the Kingston Conservation Commission in the removal of invasive plants from the area near the trailhead, notably, an extensive and aggressive patch of Japanese knotweed. This project was the culmination of the school's third year of intra-curricular collaboration with the Commission to address local environmental issues, and to make conservation an area of study and research. Congratulations from the Commission to the teachers and students for a job well done!

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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.

    Volunteer of the Year Posted 6 days ago 1 Photo
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  • Alan J. Walker, 68

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  • James Reese

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  • Velma J. Reid

    South Hampton, NH — Velma J. Reid, 80, died peacefully on July 17, 2014 at Exeter Hospital, surrounded by family. She was born in Haverhill, Mass. on June 8, 1934, the daughter of the late George C.W. and Alta I. (Kimball) Haynes. A graduate of Haverhill High School, Velma worked at Western Electric until she had children. For years, she was a devoted “stay-at-home” mom who raised her three children in a loving, nurturing environment. She later worked various manufacturing jobs until her retirement. After retiring, she volunteered her time at various organizations and was very involved at the East Kingston Community United Methodist Church as a member of the women’s guild, assisting with the holiday fair, and helping out wherever she could. She had a passion for animals, and would donate money, food, and blankets to the NH SPCA. She loved to sew and made a personalized quilt for every member of her family. She was also a member of the “Ugly Quilts” group, which made blankets and sleeping bags for the homeless using recycled fabric. She is survived by her husband, Clyde Reid of South Hampton, N.H.; daughter, Pam Eaton of Danville, N.H.; son and daughter-in-law, Douglas and Kim Reid of Raymond, N.H.; daughter, Shirley Reid of South Hampton, N.H.; two sisters, Gwen Stuart of Haverhill, and Norma Taplin of Dracut; four grandchildren, Cheryl and Marc Welch, and Kristen and Joshua Reid, and several nieces and nephews.

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  • Carleen A. Knowlton, 80

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  • Miriam O. (Graham) Graham, 84

    Kingston, NH — Miriam O. (Graham) Graham, 84, a resident of Kingston since 2001, and former longtime resident of Grafton, Mass., died peacefully, surrounded by her family, on July 11, 2014, following a long illness.

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