CONCORD — The New Hampshire Community Behavioral Health Association (CBHA) and its ten community mental health center (CMHCs) members are closely working with local school districts to provide mental health support for students, families and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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CONCORD — New Hampshire Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut announced that the Department of Education will administer $1.5 million in CARES Act funds set aside by Governor Chris Sununu to provide Student Enrichment Program Grants. The funds will be available for grants to student programs…

Ian Markovsky became a new student at Lasell University this fall. Markovsky, a resident of Brentwood, will study Fashion Design and Production. More than 370 new students joined the Lasell community in September for the fall semester. New and returning students were given a choice to study …

CONCORD — Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut announced a partnership with Modern States, a philanthropy dedicated to making a college degree more affordable and accessible, to offer free courses providing New Hampshire students with the opportunity to earn high school and college credit. …

NORTH CONWAY — The non-profit Mount Washington Observatory (MWO) will offer free distance learning programs each week to support educators in their vital need for virtual classroom programs. Students and weather enthusiasts can connect live to the highest peak in the Northeastern US, Mount W…

KINGSTON/NEWTON — Sanborn Regional High School congratulates the following students on their academic accomplishments for the 2019-2020 school year:

EAST KINGSTON — Residents and stakeholders in the East Kingston local school district: Please take a look at these two advisory groups to the local East Kingston School Board to help with communication and engagement.

Nicholas Frattali, a graduate of Exeter Area High School Class of 2020, is the winner of Access Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics 2020 ‘Access to Education’ Student Athlete Scholarship. Mr. Frattali was chosen from sixteen applicants and will receive a $3,000 scholarship. While at Exeter Hi…

CONCORD – In this time of disruption due to COVID-19, it’s more important than ever to celebrate young people making a difference through volunteer service.

KINGSTON/NEWTON — There has been a lot going on as we prepare to begin the 2020-2021 school year at Sanborn. Many questions have surfaced about Sanborn’s current status of remote instruction, and what the district will do going forward. This letter is designed to update you on what’s happeni…

NEWTON/KINGSTON — Sanborn is starting school with remote learning, on September 8. Based on public presentations, Administrators and teaching staff have been preparing a robust educational delivery, instead of the Spring emergency teaching plan. Staff will be working from their classrooms, w…

CONCORD — New Hampshire schools will soon receive nearly 230,000 cloth face masks as part of a nationwide program distributed 125 million masks to American public and private schools. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has allocated 229,925 masks for New Hampshire, targeted to …

Portsmouth NH (September 2, 2020) – In New Hampshire, 33.8% of high school students used e-cigarettes in 2019, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s 2019 Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Vaping harms developing lungs and overall health and may place people at an incr…

The Plaistow Public Library Board of Trustees has awarded a college scholarship to Meghan Query of Plaistow, a Timberlane Regional High School senior. At the same time, The Friends of the Plaistow Library, a 501c3 organization, has awarded a scholarship to Timberlane Senior Colin Scully. Bot…

CONCORD — The New Hampshire Department of Education has published “5 steps to expect if a student or staff member tests positive for COVID-19”. This infographic card, published in conjunction with the New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services, tells staff, students, and parents what t…

MARLBOROUGH, MA — Several school districts may be picking up where they left off in March when many schools in the country suddenly shut down due to concerns over coronavirus. Now, as we approach the beginning of the school year, teachers, administrators and families are adapting to an unusu…

HAVERHILL, MA — Northern Essex Community College is offering close to 300 credit courses this fall semester, and 90 percent of those courses will be delivered online.

CONCORD — The State Board of Education voted 4-2 to grant final approval to the Learn Everywhere program, which is designed to expand options for New Hampshire high school students to earn credit toward graduation.

NEWTON — The Principal of Sanborn Regional Middle School is pleased to announce the following students have been named to the Honor Roll for the fourth semester of the 2019/2020 school year.

Zachary Cline of Epping and Tabitha Lingar of Danville have been named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2020 semester at the University of Maine at Farmington.

EXETER — HiSET® (High School Equivalency Test) replaced the GED in NH and many other states. Like the GED, it provides an opportunity to study for and earn a New Hampshire high school equivalency certificate.

EXETER — Exeter Adult Education welcomes non-native speakers of English to join English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESL) classes. Beginner through advanced English language learners can improve their English speaking, listening, reading, writing, grammar and pronunciation skills. Multip…

EXETER — The Exeter Adult Diploma program is now registering students for the Fall 2020 semester courses that begin September 14. This program is designed for students who did not complete high school but who would like to earn a diploma by taking courses in the evening similar to those take…

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MARLBOROUGH, MA — Back-to-school season is coming up, and in some areas, it's unclear how it will play out. Dozens of states across the United States are grappling with an increase of COVID-19 cases as they make decisions about when and how to continue teaching. Canadian provinces, such as O…

MANCHESTER - The Founders Academy, an open enrollment chartered public school for grades 6-12 at 5 Perimeter Road, Manchester, New Hampshire, is having an Admissions Information Night for prospective families on Wed., July 29 at 6:00 p.m. The evening’s program will be online on ZOOM to inclu…

CONCORD - The New Hampshire Department of Education is proud to announce the creation of New Hampshire Rocks!, a new competitive grant program that will provide modern band instruments and student musical training to Granite State schools. The Department has partnered with Little Kids Rock, …

HAVERHILL, MA — Want to enroll in college, but don’t know where to start? Do you worry that you aren’t academically prepared? You can prepare for success in college in the free Transition to College Program at Northern Essex Community College.

The Seacoast Artist Association is proud to announce that for the 32nd year, in conjunction with local high school art departments, it has awarded scholarships to financially assist talented student artists who are planning to continue their education in the field of visual arts. This year t…

DANVILLE — Since students can’t visit colleges this summer, Nancy Steenson, College Admissions Coach, is announcing a weekly series of free Zoom presentations on college admissions topics, with guests from different colleges and universities each week. These reps read applications and make a…

Brian Wilkinson of Hampstead, a member of the class of 2021 majoring in mechanical engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), was a member of a student team that recently completed an intense research project titled “Management Strategies for Harmful Algal Blooms in Worcester, MA”.

KINGSTON — Sanborn Regional High School is pleased to report an update on the $9,770 STEM grant, from the Toshiba America Foundation (TAF), used to purchase an Allevi 3D Bioprinter. These funds will support the “Find a Fungi, Print a Parasite” project to increase biotechnology skills/literac…

KINGSTON/NEWTON — Sanborn Regional High School would like to announce the following students of the Class of 2020 who recently graduated with honors distinctions.

NEWTON/KINGSTON — The Newton Planning Board met via freeconferencecall.com on Tuesday June 9, to discuss plans to reopen Public Hearings. Chairman Roger Hamill introduced the topic by asking for input from the members. There are currently 5 applications for zoning approval that are pending, …

NEWTON/KINGSTON — The Sanborn Regional School District School Board met on Wednesday, June 3, by remote access. Top agenda items were setting School Board goals for the coming year, and making sure technology needs for the District are met.

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Check out this salute to the graduating class of Sanborn Regional High School, as it appeared in the Thursday, June 11, edition of the Carriage Towne News.

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KINGSTON — MacCullum Twiss, son of Kelli Twiss of Kingston and Daniel Twiss of Peabody, MA, recently graduated from Granite State Arts Academy in Salem. MacCullum was the Vice President National Honor Society and TriM (Music honor society) and Founder and Co-Captain of GSAA's First Tech Chal…

Ella May MacDonald of Exeter received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Clarkson University in May.

Colby-Sawyer College recently recognized 283 students for outstanding academic achievement during the 2020 Spring semester. Local students honored include: Cameron Carey of Newton, Jennifer Walsh of Kensington, Kailey Landry of Kensington, and Jessica Wilson of Hampstead.

DANVILLE — Nancy Steenson, College Admissions Coach, will be presenting “College Admissions in the Age of Coronavirus,” over Zoom, for free, to anyone who is interested, on an ongoing basis. The presentation is geared to 8th-11th grade students and their parents. In addition to presenting wa…

KINGSTON/NEWTON — Both the Budget Committee and the School Board for the Sanborn Regional School District have held meetings this Spring to organize, close out the current fiscal year, and begin planning for the coming fiscal year, that begins July 1.

Luke Botticelli has been named to the Dean’s List at the University of New Hampshire and earned Highest Honors for the Fall 2019 semester. Luke is a Biochemistry major and the son of Alfred Botticelli, Jr. of Newmarket and Catherine Botticelli of Kingston.

On the ground or in the air, graduating seniors in the Class of 2020 are being honored in many ways. Giant pictures are appearing on utility poles (see Molly) in East Kingston, above, and others on ground level. Although COVID-19 has changed life as we knew it, we’ll handle this…together.

NORTH CONWAY — To assist parents and children learning at home during this Pandemic Crisis, the Resilience Counseling & Training Center (RCTC) has posted a free packet of Social-Emotional Learning Activities For Parents. The fifteen activities are designed to assist parents in actively t…

ATKINSON — The Atkinson Lions are pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 Community Service Awards; Grace Hurni and Donovan Kelley, both seniors at Timberlane Regional High School.

BEDFORD — Since the COVID-19 pandemic has forced New Hampshire schools online and eliminated in-person student/teacher interaction, reports of child sexual abuse have fallen sharply, according to the Granite State Children’s Alliance, New Hampshire’s network of Child Advocacy Centers.

DURHAM — The New Hampshire Institute for Civics Education's "Civics 603" supplements middle to high-school (7-12th grade) students’ education on the Bill of Rights, the three branches of government, and civil discourse.

Kayla Johnson from Fremont recently received a Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS). Majoring in Food Science (AGLS), Johnson will join a network of 46,000 CALS alumni sharing their talents and making a difference around the world.

Sanborn Regional High School Principal Brian Stack, school resource officer Dan Doyle of the Kingston Police Department, and POW/MIA Rolling Thunder and local veteran representatives assisted in the dedication of a “Missing Man Table” at the school. The memorial is to thank Sanborn graduates…

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