Marena Beale has put together a food drive box to benefit the NH Food Bank. She is doing this on behalf of the Miss New Hampshire Scholarship Program with her title, Miss Greater Plaistow’s Outstanding Teen, and hopes that you will bring in some non-perishable items, toiletries, and more! The collection box inside the front door, near the office.
Go Baby Go Update
Here's a group photo of the latest Go Baby Go recipient and her family.
The Gilford High School Introduction to Engineering class recently presented the second Go Baby Go car to a student at Gilford Elementary School. Thea took to the controls quickly and was able to drive on her own. GHS students who worked on the car were: Nate Beaumeister, Jack Cenamo, Kaleena Dyer, and Jacqueline Wright.
L to R: Dan Caron (not part of the family), the Ammann family, mom Kari, Thea, dad Colin, and sisters Freya and Megara. Oldest daughter, Avah, was not available for the photo.
Want to pursue a career???
Mr. Caron is securing numerous speakers for students to meet and talk with. Below is the career speaker schedule for the next three weeks. More speakers will be added. The speaker's names and topics are listed at the bottom of the form. All GHS students will be able to access the speaker's presentations using the meet URL on the calendar. If you are in a class and wish to participate, please ask your teacher, first, prior to joining the Google Meet. Mr. Caron will open the meet 5 minutes before it is scheduled to begin. Individuals and classes are welcome to join in. Hope to see you in one or more career meets.
Mrs. Tripp's PE class leaving for a hike in their new microspikes!
Mrs. Betournay's AP Biology students have been transforming bacteria this week by inserting a plasmid (DNA) that contains a gene that causes them (the bacteria, not the students) to glow under UV light. Here are a few pictures of them working hard in the lab.