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  • May 29, 2014
  • Backpack Food Program

    Spanish teacher Carolyn Morse, third from left, is deeply involved with her students at Timberlane Regional High School to provide food through a program titled, “Back Pack”. The students, pictured above, collect bags of food and distribute them to other students who could enjoy the food at school or take the food home .. in their back pack. From left are: Cara Olson, Chloe Greene, Carolyn Morse (teacher), Holly Salois, Miranda Krykson, Brianna Hankel, Tiffany Zukas, and Nicole Marquis. If you would like to donate food for a boy or girl, please call Spanish teacher Carolyn Morse at TRHS at 603-382-6541.

    Back Pack Food Program Updated 49 days ago 1 Photo
  • May 22, 2014
  • Art and Inspiration Around the World

    Sanborn Middle School students dazzled family members and guests at their presentation of “Creative Roots” – Art and Ingenuity Around the World”, held at the school. Art students researched arts and crafts from their own heritage; science students offered a Toy Shop, with hands on global games; drama students presented a series of Tableaux Vivant, or Living Pictures, with painted backgrounds and student actors entering the famous paintings. Photo at left, Rebecca Olsen and Abbigayle Bowden, hold the creative painting of artist Ashley Ellsey, and at right is actress Courtney Collibee. Coordinators include: Lorraine Bilodeau, Art Show; Alice Getchell, Toy Shop; and Carol Misenheimer, Tableaux Vivant.

    Art and Inspiration Posted 69 days ago 1 Photo
  • Dad-Daughter Dance

    Father’s and Daughter’s got to attend the annual Father / Daughter Dance, as well as have fun eating cotton candy at Hampstead Middle School. The gala event was hosted by the Hampstead Central School PTO. Having a blast are Mark Hideriotis with daughters Lula, 4, and Maya, age 5. Both girls attend Hampstead Central School.

    Dad-Daughter Dance Posted 69 days ago 1 Photo
  • Preschooler Wins Bid

    On April 10, Superintendent Dr. Earl Metzler made good on his auction offer to read to a winning student’s classroom. As part of the Pollard School PTA’s Silent Auction/Family Fun Night, administration and staff were asked to consider a donation of activity or service to be put up for auction. Dr. Metzler’s time was highly sought after, but in the end the highest bid went to four year-old Michael Smith, a TLC student in Ms. Katie Foss’s preschool classroom at Pollard School. The children and staff were excited to learn that Michael’s family outbid all others to win the opportunity to have Dr. Metzler read to the classroom. After reading and singing with the children, Dr. Metzler then joined them at a small table to focus his efforts on drawing and writing about his favorite animal. The children were thrilled to add his page to their special classroom book. Michael is shown above sitting at Dr. Metzler’s right.

    Preschooler Wins the Bid Updated 69 days ago 1 Photo
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  • May 15, 2014
  • Seacoast Goes National

    The 2014 New Hampshire Vocational Clubs of America (VICA) Leadership Skills USA Championships were held all over the state. Students from Seacoast School of Technology in Exeter received two first place awards and will represent the State of New Hampshire in the National Skills Championship in Kansas City, Missouri. Finalists include: Ryan Murray, Kingston; Jeremy Claar, Exeter; and Tiger Thongchanh, Exeter. A fundraiser was held at the Masonic Hall in Kingston to help raise funds for the students to attend the Nationals. For more information or to donate, call Linda Murray at 603-770-2826. (Larry Kennedy/CTN photo)

    Seacoast Goes National Posted 76 days ago 1 Photo
  • Sanborn Students Honored.jpg

    Several Sanborn Regional High School (SRHS) students were honored at the Seacoast School of Technologies National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) for their outstanding contribution in career and technical education. These students have demonstrated high quality in the areas of Skill, Honesty, Service, Responsibility, Scholarship, Citizenship and Leadership. These students have also achieved a minimum academic average of 90 in their technical program at SST for six quarters, shown a serious career interest, have demonstrated professional behavior in their academic pursuits and have made significant contributions to the SST community. All NTHS inductees will ear a sash at the SST Certificate Ceremony and at their high school graduation. This year’s inductees are: Christopher Chase, Matthew Cote, Mackenzie Deschenes, Michael Jesso, Nicholas Kaminski, Ryan Keiran, Ethan Larkham, Kevin MacMillan, Kyle McLaughlin, Robert Morse, Caitlyn Pagnottaro, and Jessica Wood. Congratulations to each of these students for showing their Sanborn P.R.I.D.E!

    Sanborn Students Honored Posted 76 days ago 1 Photo
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