Well I'm sure I'm not the only one that is glad that this year is over. The last three months have been difficult for all. Thanks for your support as we transitioned to remote learning. We now have time to prepare for what the fall could look like.

Enjoy your summer!

Anthony Sperazzo
We wish our retirees well! Over 164 years of dedicated service to GHS! They've been awesome! THANK YOU Jean Moreau, Mary McCall, Irene Dami, June Boutwell, Mike Zulauf, Dick Dumais, and Terry Wilson!!! You will be missed!!!
Terry Wilson was hired as a part time Physical Education teacher in the fall of 1996. Three years later, Terry was hired full time. During his time at GHS, Terry has led activities such as Homecoming and winter carnival events which led to an increase in school spirit. Terry has led the boy’s tennis team to 7 state titles and a winning streak of 97 matches in a row.
Jean Moreau began working as a case manager at GHS in the fall of 1998. Prior to this, Jean worked for ten years at the Youth Development Center in Manchester, NH. She was named New Hampshire Special Education Teacher of the Year by the Council for Exceptional Children in the 18/19 school year. Jean works tirelessly supporting her students and developing plans that meet their needs. She is a big proponent of competency based education and being creative with students’ plans.
Since March of 2001, we've had someone behind the scenes working to ensure that the School Counseling Office runs smoothly. Her efforts often go unseen because she is not one to take the limelight. Most do not know that she first oversaw the front desk and then transitioned as the School Counseling administrative assistant. She is constantly running reports, tending to all of the facets of managing crises, the smile people first see, and ensures that student records are kept confidential, secure, and accurate.
Mary McCall began her time at GHS as a paraprofessional in 2000. She then was hired as an assistant teacher in the fall of 2001. In the fall of 2002, Mary was hired as a case manager. She has been assisting her students since then during school and while running an afterschool homework club. Mary is always willing to tutor a student in need no matter when it is.
Dick Dumais is credited with creating the original computer science curriculum and has led the math team for many years. He also has been a leader in the math department. He began at Gilford Middle-High School in 1979 and taught until 1993 before becoming the District Technology Coordinator at Inter-Lakes until 2002. Dick then left to teach at Kingswood Regional High School for three years before returning to GHS in 2006. Dick’s input into developing schedules and assisting with the implementation of LEAD block will be missed. 

June Boutwell is one of the most positive people that has ever walked the halls of Gilford High School. She was hired as a para in the fall of 2003 and has been here ever since. June provides help to students and staff members when they need a little extra support. A true fan of anything Boston Celtics. June was recently thanked for her support by receiving a Celtics wooden flag by her students.
Mike Zulauf has been teaching for 34 years at GHS and was hired for the 86/87 school year. He taught 8 years at Spaulding Junior-Senior High School in Rochester, NH. Mike has taught Advanced Placement US History for many years with his students earning high marks on the exam. During his time at GHS, Mike has led Student Council, Amnesty International, and Youth and Government. Students enjoyed the level of engagement that he is able to provide with his stories and passion for the subject.
Senior Awards Night
CLICK HERE to watch the Senior Awards Night video. Congratulations to the Class of 2020!
CLICK HERE to purchase a Graduation DVD
During remote learning, our artists and musicians have been hard at work. Please CLICK HERE to view what they've been doing. Thanks to Mrs. Weed, Ms. Beyrent, Mrs. Sanborn, Mr. Witham, and Mr. Antone for challenging our learners.
Yearbook Update
All yearbooks that have been ordered will be mailed directly to your house by the end of June. For those that would like to order a yearbook, CLICK HERE .
Polly Camire, school counselor, has accepted a position at Belmont High School as their School Counseling Coordinator. We are working on finalizing our new hire and will communicate when we have hired her replacement to work with your child.
Gilford High School
88 Alvah Wilson Road
Gilford, NH 03249