Good Evening,

To all the mothers out there, I hope you had a wonderful day!

Please read the information about prom listed below. The prom march has been pushed back from 6:00 to 6:30 Friday evening. As of now, the weather looks beautiful! I probably just jinxed it.

Have a great week.

Anthony Sperazzo
Principal
Congratulations Poetry Winners
Belmont High School Outdoor Environmental Club is sponsoring a Climate Summit. Here are the details which is student run.

We are very excited to be hosting this event from 3-6 pm on May 27th. The Climate Summit will be a virtual statewide event with six experts from throughout the state, including the state climatologist and a former leading NASA scientist. Presentations will be 15 minutes long, followed by a 5-15 minute Q&A session. This creates a truly immersive and interactive experience for the viewers.

If you would like more information, or to sign up, please visit our website for full biographies, goals for the event, a sign-up form, and much more. More Info Here

Attached is the signup form for easier convenience: Sign up Form Here(the zoom link will be sent after you fill out the form).
Nate Baumeister interning with Giguere Electric on site at the Colonial Theater.
On this day, Nate was cutting conduit to run electrical wiring to the elevator control room.

If you're interested in an internship next year, please contact Mr. Dan Caron.
May 14- Early release
dismissal at 12:06
May 14- Prom
6:30pm prom march - change from 6:00 to 6:30- see the school map with the route shown below.

Prom march will start at 6:30 at GHS. Students will arrive at 6:00 and will be placed in their cohort. Students will begin the march in the science wing (back of school)- each couple will be spaced at least 6 feet apart from all other couples, so the line up will go all the way down the science hall past guidance. Students will then begin marching out the science exit and walk all the way around the building on the walkway, past the soccer fields, through the senior lot, by the front entrance, around the theater, and then enter the school through the performing arts door. This should provide a long enough route for parents wishing to view the march to spread out.

Dinner will then move through the buffet line in room 131 (Family and Consumer Science) and make their way to their assigned first cohort room (either the MS gym, or side 1 or side 2 of the HS gym. Each hour student cohorts will rotate. 

7:00-10:00pm prom at GHS/GMS

May 21- Senior bonfire 7:00-10:00pm Meadows

June 7 - 9 - Senior final exams
June 7- blocks 1 & 2 final exams
June 8- blocks 3 & 4 final exams
June 9- block 5 & make up exam
more information coming soon in the mail on graduation rehearsals

June 10- Senior Awards Night 6:00pm auditorium- invited seniors will receive an invitation to attend (more info to follow)

June 11- Graduation 5:00pm Bank of New Hampshire pavilion (more info to follow)

June 17, 18, 21 - Underclassmen final exams
June 17- blocks 1 & 2 final exams
June 18- blocks 3 & 4 final exams
June 21- block 5 & make up exam

June 21- Last day for underclassmen

June 22- Last day for staff
May 25
NHSAS Science testing for all juniors
Director of School Counseling
ljewett@sau73.org
524-7146 x218
2021: A - Cameron
2022: A - Green
2023: A - Currier
2024: A - Cameron
School Counselor
msawyer@sau73.org
524-7146 x219
2021: Carpenter- McDowell
2022: Hazelton - McNutt
2023: Davignon - Laurendeau
2024: Canto - Logan
School Counselor
jbassett1@sau73.org
524-7146 x222
2021: McGreevy - Z
2022: McLean- Z
2023: Lewis - Z
2024: Macaione - Z
Gilford High School
88 Alvah Wilson Road
Gilford, NH 03249