A newsletter that promotes our core values of
P ersonalization, R isk-Taking, I ntegrity, D iscovery, and E mpowerment
June 5, 2020

Sanborn Regional High School
17 Danville Road
Kingston, New Hampshire 03848
(603) 642-3341

Proud recipient of the 2018
NH Excellence in Education Award
Class of 2020: Your Journey To Graduation
Seniors and senior families, bring your tissue boxes for this aerial trip down memory lane. The pandemic forced our school to cancel a popular annual tradition - the day our seniors return to their elementary schools in caps and gowns to walk the halls for one last time, retracing their steps on their journey to graduation in the Fremont and Sanborn Schools. Thank you to Athletic Director Vicki Parady-Guay for developing this idea, and enlisting the help of Sanborn student Nick Keohane to record footage, Al Perry and his staff for painting our field with the 2020, and Mr. Brian Gray and the Modern Media class to produce this wonderful tribute for Sanborn's Class of 2020.
Senior Video and Class Day Information
The Senior Video and the Class Day ceremony (prerecorded) will be released later this morning. Watch for separate emails from Mr. Stack at 10AM for Class Day and 11AM for the Senior Video.
Graduation Ceremony Information for the Class of 2020
Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of our seniors at a ceremony on June 5, 2020. The public is invited to line the parade route on Main Street in Kingston for a 5:30PM and also watch online our 4:00PM virtual ceremony.


Part 1 of the graduation ceremony (National Anthem, Awards Presentations, and Speeches) will be
broadcast live on the Internet at this link: The only people
allowed on campus will be those delivering a speech.


Graduates and their family report to the Sanborn Seminary campus for a car parade. All cars should
enter from the Church Street side of the campus and will be lined up by Kingston Police. School Resource Officer, Dan Doyle, will be there setting up the parade. If you have questions at the Seminary, look for Dan. Graduates should be seated in the passenger seat. Class officers and those who have earned the three graduation titles of Valedictorian, Salutatorian, and Class Essayist should line up at the Bakie School. All are asked to stay in their cars at all times while waiting for the parade to start. Those who do not follow this rule will be asked to leave.


The parade will kick off, traveling down Main Street to the high school campus. The rules all must follow
during the parade are as follows:

  • Drivers: Maintain a safe distance between you and the car in front of you
  • Drivers: Keep your eyes on the road at all times
  • Per Kingston Police, all passengers must stay in their vehicle at all times and may not ride in the back of pickup trucks or flatbed trailers - all passengers must be in a seat with a seat belt on at all times. 


The parade will end at the school and cars will be lined up according to the map below. One at a time, cars will make their way to the stage. An usher will prompt each graduate when it is their time to get out and wait for their turn to walk across the stage. The graduate will then walk to the bell in the front of the school. Once the graduate has left the stage, the family can drive the car to the bell. At the bell, graduates will get a free picture taken by Garone Photography, and then return to their vehicle. At that time, the graduate and family can decide whether to exit campus or return to the end of the queue line to watch the remaining graduates. ALL FAMILY MEMBERS MUST SAY IN THEIR CARS AT ALL TIMES. Those who choose not to follow these rules will be asked to leave the campus immediately. The school will do its best to keep this part of the ceremony moving. It is expected to take 75 minutes to distribute all diplomas. There will be portable bathrooms available on the campus for those who need it.
Senior Spotlight Update
A Message From Mr. Stack
This year, our staff set a goal to write a senior spotlight article for every student. As of 6/2/2020, we have written 124 articles and we have 33 more to go. Many parents have emailed me to inquire when they can expect to see their child's. Please be patent. We will continue to run articles even after graduation until we have runt hem all. Staff are still working on the remaining articles.
Senior Spotlight: Thomas Connarton
An Article by Staff Member Heather Wheeler
I met Tom when he was a freshman at Sanborn. Tom was as friendly and happy-go-lucky then as he is today. When I think of Tom, I see a genuine smile on the face of a happy kid. Tom’s good nature is quite unflappable.

Tom says that he will miss Sanborn High School, especially playing sports with his friends. A student athlete, Tom also enthusiastically participated in sports for Winter Carnival and enjoyed being an active part of Class activities. In his free time, Tom enjoys playing golf with friends and, of course, he says, playing video games.

Tom has always shown a strong ability to work with his hands. In my science classes he enjoyed hands-on labs. When Tom graduates, he plans to put this natural aptitude to good use by studying to be an electrician, where he intends to go into the electrical union.

Tom is a hard working and very capable young man, and I have no doubt that he will be successful in his future pursuits. I will miss his jovial attitude and smiling face next year!

Congratulations Tom and the Class of 2020!
Senior Spotlight: Jarrett Johnson
An Article by Staff Member Jillian Swist
At times Jarrett Johnson can be as unpredictable as his sense of humor. In Art class last year, I was never fully sure what to expect. Jarrett frequently popped into the art room partway through his lunch, after he had finished making his rounds through the lunchroom and the halls and visiting his friends. Jarrett’s charm and whitt brightens my day. He is always listening and watching, and he delights in making people laugh. His laid back personality can quickly shift, and if you notice the sly smile and spark in his eyes prepare for something to unfold. Jarred can rally an entire classroom of his peers to take part in a practical joke or stir up subtle, harmless trouble relocating wet floor signs to humorous locations.

Jarrett is loyal, not only to his friends but also to his school and community. Jarrett has been a part of the School Baseball team as well as Rec League Travel Baseball throughout his years at Sanborn. For the past two and a half years, Jarrett has worked as a cook at Saddle Up Saloon, and he is looking forward to continuing working there this summer. Jarrett is also hopeful and looking forward to seeing his friends before he attends Plymouth State University next year. We all wish Jarrett the best as he pursues a degree in Business Management!

Jarrett reflected on his time at Sanborn and summed it up beautifully. He said he loved Homecoming and the community feeling when everyone works hard and comes together to make it fun for everyone. A word of advice from Jarrett “Don’t take high school for granted, because you never know what can happen. It seems like the four years will take forever, and they were the fastest years of my life. I will miss those four years- too many funny stories!”. We’ll miss you too, Jarrett! Thank you for the reminder that years go by quickly and life can be fun!
Senior Spotlight: Lalaina Costanzo
An Article by Staff Member Tony Kinsley
Some students are particularly hard to say goodbye. Lalaina Costanzo is certainly one of them. Through the last four years, I had the pleasure of seeing Laina grow to became the amazing human being she is today.

Laina is intelligent, self-driven, and not afraid to take risks. Her work ethic is excellent. She incarnates all the values that the ideal Sanborn student would have. She is someone who is happy being part of a team and brings not only great ideas but also a very positive attitude and an excellent sense of humor to any group, which creates a pleasant working environment. She will reach out to people and involve them with projects. I particularly appreciate Laina’s willingness to take the initiative to help her peers anytime.

Without doubt, of all the virtues she treasures, her personality is her biggest asset. Spanish teacher Colin McQueen commented: “Laina "Lenny" Costanzo has accomplished a lot since she first walked into my 8th-grade Spanish class, but in my opinion, her greatest quality is a simple one: that she always says hello. She's the type who makes our school community a better one because she's quick to greet others with a smile. Her pleasant demeanor will certainly be missed around our building when she goes on to do great things somewhere else.” In a similar vein, guidance counselor Megan Arena said: "It has been a pleasure to get to know Lalaina this year helping her with the college application process. Her bubbly personality and positive attitude always make me smile! Her dedication to the Careers in Education program at SST has not gone unnoticed and she will make a wonderful teacher one day." I couldn’t agree more.

The list of extracurricular activities Laina has participated in is quite impressive. She is a great athlete who truly enjoys sports. She has been an active participant in our Field Hockey, Winter Track, and Softball programs for four years, where she had the chance to show her leadership skills, being highly appreciated by her teammates and coaches. She is also a valued member of several clubs and organizations such as Key Club, Life of a Student, or Youth in Action, just to mention some of them.

Laina will be attending St. Michael’s College in the fall to pursue a career in Psychology and wants to get a Master’s degree in 5 or 6 years. At the moment, her final goal is to become a Speech Pathologist, but she knows that the direction of her career can change at any moment: Laina looks ahead with an open mind and a great deal of curiosity. Her dedication and tenacity will take Laina to wonderful places in the future. We all know that she will achieve anything she wants in life. Good luck Laina! We will miss you!
Senior Spotlight: Taylor Dallon
An Article by Staff Member Heather Wheeler
I have had the pleasure of knowing Taylor Dallon since she entered Sanborn Regional High School as a sweet and curious freshman four years ago. Taylor stood out right away because of her energy and spunky personality. The first impression Taylor made as a freshman has held out these four years. She remains energetic and spunky, but it has been lovely watching her mature.

Taylor is a sports girl, and she says playing sports at Sanborn will be among the things she will miss the most of her high school experience. Quite often, student athletes learn as much about themselves on the playing field as they ever learn in their classes, and I believe this is true of Taylor. On the playing field, Taylor learned the value of persistence and a strong work ethic; I watched her apply this principle time and again when content got complex in her science classes. Taylor also learned the value of strong leadership, working to be a leader on her team. I also saw this quality emerge in Taylor during her high school years. She became a strong model for her peers in the classroom, cheerfully working hard, where she could be counted on to lead others to do the right thing.

Taylor says the other thing she will miss at Sanborn is the opportunity to make new friends. This does not surprise me, as I have observed Taylor to be a person who welcomes new friendships and who looks to find the best in those around her. Taylor is a very social young woman, and she truly loves her community.

Taylor plans to attend the University of New Hampshire next fall and hopes to study Marine Biology. Taylor will be a wonderful marine biologist; she shows uncommon interest and concern for the environment. Until then, you will find her working and hanging out with her friends.

I will miss Taylor’s bright smile and kind heart next year!

Congratulations Taylor and the Class of 2020!
Senior Spotlight: Thomas Viveiros
An Article by Staff Member Sam Parsons
I first met Thomas in my math class during his Sophomore year. Thomas was always incredibly motivated to succeed in math, always asking if there was more work to be done. At one point he even expressed interest in becoming a math teacher, although that plan may have changed. This year Thomas enrolled in the Marines Delayed Entry Program, with the plan to enter recruit training after graduation.

This past year Thomas was a member of Super Smash Bros. Club, to which he always brought a positive, and often winning, attitude. It was great having Thomas in the club this year, he was always eager to help new/younger members. Thomas made sure that everyone had a chance to play and was treated kindly and respectfully, even when competition became fierce.

A few of Thomas’s other teachers had some kind words.

Ms. Smith-Davis had this to say about Thomas:
"Thomas was in chorus during his sophomore and junior year. He always worked very hard in class, often staying after class to speak with me about the practicing he was doing at home. He is a quiet student, but is kind and caring. Thomas joined us last spring on our field trip to New York City, and we had a great time seeing the sights and enjoying a Broadway show. I wish Thomas all the best in the future!"

Ms. Ryan remembered commiserating with Thomas about the New York Giants:
“Thomas is one of the most consistently joyful people I know. We both share a love of the (recently dismal) New York Giants, and Thomas is always ready to rehash a game with me, no matter how poorly they played. Aside from sports, Thomas is the kind of person who maintains a positive attitude even in the face of struggle. I hope that Thomas continues to carry this positivity with him in the next chapter of his life.”

Mr. Adams had some other things to say about Thomas’s beloved Giants:
“Well maybe the Giants will be better without Manning. He is a big fan of the New York Giants, I did not hold that against him. He worked hard in my class and was easy to talk to even though sometimes it was about the Giants.”

Finally Ms. Hambucken had a few words about Thomas that I think sums him up rather nicely:
“Thomas is a really nice young man who comes to class with a smile and a kind word. I've enjoyed having him in French.”

Thomas I’m so impressed with what you’ve accomplished here at Sanborn, it’s been an honor watching you grow as an individual. I wish you all the luck in the world with whatever comes next. Congrats!
Senior Spotlight: Cameron Beaulieu
An Article by Staff Member Jillian Swist
There were many days that I would look around the art room, and suddenly see Cam perched on top of the desk by the window, his usual spot, waiting for me to see him. He would immediately laugh and tell me how he was able to sneak in the art room this time. I had Cam in art on and off for the past three years. Even when I did not have Cam as a student, he enjoyed coming by the art room almost daily to say hi or show me a new drawing he was working on.

Over the past three years, I have watched Cam learn to balance his sometimes intense and direct opinions with compassion and sensitivity. He has a wonderful sarcastic sense of humor and an even better laugh. Cam is a down to earth individual with an independent soul. I love remembering the genuine, and usually silly moments when Cam would change his hairstyle or share an insight-fully humorous remark just to make his friends or me laugh. Cam, I wish you the absolute best ahead. Keep drawing and sketching!
Senior Spotlight: Sam Tate
An Article by Staff Member Matthew Bradd
I have had the pleasure of working with Sam Tate for the last nine years in our district band program, where Sam has played the alto saxophone. Sam has always been curious and thoughtful, but in the last two years, I have seen him really grow to become exceptional, not only as a musician, but as an active member of his peers.

One of the things I am most impressed with is Sam’s ability to take a setback, learn from it, and to then excel. I think that mindset will be necessary as Sam goes on to study Electrical Engineering at UNH. During his time at Sanborn Sam has been a member of the Symphonic Band, Tri-M Music Honor Society, the Bowling Team, Track, and Cross Country.

Here’s what some of his teachers had to say about working with Sam:

Getting to know Sam over the past two years has been incredible. In PE, he has done an amazing job, he even pushed me to reach some of my own fitness goals during class! I was able to cheer Sam on during some of his bowling matches over the past few years, and noticed that his energy is contagious! Sam is an incredible young man that we will miss seeing at SRHS, but know he will be successful in whichever avenue he chooses to pursue. – Josh White

Sam was a great student to have in class, but my favorite memory of him has to be watching him compete in bowling matches. To say that his competitiveness and passion were unmatched is an understatement. I remember leaving the lanes one day with Mr. White and talking about how Sam may be the most enthusiastic student-athlete to ever represent Sanborn. It was spectacular to watch. – Colin McQeen

Sam Tate works his butt off. Sam is just one of those kids who works so hard and is so earnest, you can't help but like him. I had him sophomore year and again now as a senior, and it has been a real pleasure to see how much he has grown and thrived as a student and as a person. In two short years he has grown into a strong, curious, and independent young man. Sam, kudos to you for all your hard work and best of luck with college next year! – Aaron

I've been lucky enough to know Sam for what feels like forever. Sam was in the first class that I ever worked in while he was in first grade at DJ Bakie! I am so proud to have watched him grow up into a confident and mature young man. Outside of the classroom, Sam has run cross country and track with me over the past four years, and he's impressed me with his determination and positivity through each season. My favorite memories of Sam will definitely be the laughs he brought to myself and his teammates when doing impressions of his coach (me!) warming up before each practice. I'll also never forget how thrilled he was winning his heat of a 200 meter race last spring. Thanks for being such a great competitor and role model Sam, best of luck! – Scott Maxwell

Sam Tate is an amazing kid. He is focused and dedicated in everything that he does. A timid freshman, Sam has developed confidence through his academic and athletic successes and has found his voice. He is cheerful and friendly, kind to all, and a pleasure to have in any setting. I will miss Sam next year! – Heather Wheeler
Senior Spotlight: Hannah Ehlers
An Article by Staff Member Tony Kinsley
Hannah Ehlers is not just an outstanding student. Hannah is someone who does not go unnoticed and who leaves a mark wherever she goes. Teachers and peers alike have been long impressed by her intelligence and her strong work ethic. She is easily one of the best students I ever have the fortune to teach.
I had the pleasure of having her several times during her years at Sanborn both in class and advisory. I have had many conversations with her about every possible topic. She is wise and thoughtful, always speaking articulately and carefully. She is clever, witty, and very bright. Guidance counselor Megan Arena had this to say about Hannah: “I met Hannah last year when I started at Sanborn. She is quiet at first but is a very thoughtful and insightful student. I have been impressed with her independence and time management skills - I have never seen a student finish a class on VLACS as quickly as she did! Hannah, I wish you all the luck next year and know you will accomplish great things."
Besides being one of our top students here at Sanborn, Hannah is also a great athlete, being a valued member of our Indoor and Outdoor Track teams. Her coach Scott Maxwell stated that “Hannah has been an integral part of the Sanborn Track and Field community over the past 4 years. She's put the work in to become an outstanding track and field athlete! After being a competitive gymnast for years, she made the commitment to track and never turned back. She's the type of athlete that could be successful in whatever events she chose to focus on, even those that she didn't love (like the 4x400m relay!). She's also great at getting me back on track when I get distracted explaining the daily workouts or giving out information to the team. Hannah's had a great high school career, and will graduate with school records for the high jump, 4x200m, and both indoor and outdoor 4x400m! The coaches at Keene State would be lucky to have her sign on to compete with them if she chooses to. We'll miss you, Hannah, best of luck!!”
Next year Hannah will start a new adventure at Keene State College, where she will major in Criminal Justice. Her mid-term professional goal is to become a social worker. I have no doubt that she will be successful in whatever quests she chooses to embark on.

When school starts again in September, Hannah will be deeply missed by many. Social Studies teacher John Croteau said: “Hannah is one of those students that you can't help but, funny, conscientious, and caring. She is always straight to the point -you always know where you stand with Hannah- I love that about her personality. She has realistic ambitions and will do well in her future- I personally will miss her very much!” I certainly will miss her too.

Good luck, Hannah. The world is yours.
Senior Spotlight: Madison Friedman
An Article by Staff Member Heather Wheeler
Although I have known Maddie since her freshman year, I did not get to know her well until she was in my chemistry class her junior year. Maddie was in one of my morning blocks, and starting the day with Maddie is a pleasure. Maddie is a naturally sunny person with a genuine appreciation for her community. She adds positivity everywhere she goes.

Ms. Lombardo said,”Maddie was one of the first students to welcome me to the Sanborn community my first day! Her smile and kind eyes are just the start of her beautiful personality. Maddie cares with her whole heart- that's what makes her an amazing friend, student, and just a wonderful person. Maddie made me a better teacher. She shows everyone she knows kindness and teaches empathy- she may not know this, but her genuineness inspired me to pursue a career in counseling. I am so proud of what she has done with her years at Sanborn and cannot wait to see what is next for her!”

Doc Young had this to say, “Maddie has grown tremendously since that "not a favorite class" (Algebra-2 Honors) way back in 10th grade to an outstanding young adult as a senior in Calculus-H and in her Senior Class Council. It is a teacher's (and parent's) wish that each student achieve this growth, and Maddie is a perfect exemplar.”

I wholeheartedly agree with Doc that Maddie is an exemplary young woman. Her kindness and dedication to doing what she believes to be right is inspiring. I have observed her quiet leadership on the Class Council and have been impressed with her thoughtful consideration of the concerns of others, her ability to then think fully for herself, and her commitment to her ideals. I would trust Maddie to be a part of any team; she gives 100% to the things to which she commits and she is an advocate for goodness in all scenarios.

Maddie plans to attend Saint Anselm College as a Pyschology major next year! She says she will miss SRHS, specifically “spirit weeks such as homecoming and winter carnival the most because all of the preparation for it is so much fun!” Sanborn will certainly miss you, Maddie!

Congratulations Maddie, and the class of 2020!
Sanborn Music Department Awards
We are so excited for our music students Please enjoy these videos that showcase their band and choral talents this year:
Sanborn Musicians Release Video of Final Performance - Virtual Style!
We all would have preferred to see them in person, but the pandemic prevented that. Please enjoy our Sanborn Regional School District grades 4-12 final band performance: Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody. Thank you to music teachers Nancy Fiske, Maria Isaak, Nicole Bartlett, and Matthew Bradd for putting this together with over 120 of our students. Each recorded their part from home and sent it to the teachers who edited the final music video together for all of us to enjoy. We are so proud of our musicians.
Personal Item Pick Up Plans For Students in Grades 9-11
Personal Item Pick Up:

This is a two part process.

ONE: On June 8, between 8:30AM-2PM, students in grades 9-11 will be invited to come to the campus to pick up personal belongings that they do not wish to leave in the building until we reopen. We are asking students to let non-essential items stay in their lockers, which will remain untouched and secure. Students are required to complete THIS SURVEY by 6/3/2020 to notify school administrators of any belongings they would like to have retrieved from the building.

TWO: Students will SIGN UP for a 20 minute appointment slot to limit the number of cars on the campus to twenty at any one time. All will be required to stay in their cars at all times and a staff member will come out to assist. As long as students complete the survey above, items will be pulled ahead of time by a staff member to make the pick-up process run smoothly.

Textbook and Chromebook Drop Off:

Students are being asked to hold on to their Chromebooks, textbooks, and any other school equipment that is normally returned at the end of the year until the school reopens. Students who are not planning to return to Sanborn next year can make arrangements to drop these items off with Principal Brian Stack by emailing him at [email protected].
Tentative Summer Prom Date
Food Distribution for Families in Need for the Summer in the Summer Months
Dear Families,

As the year is winding down, we would like to give you some information about lunch deliveries for the last few weeks of school. Memorial Day is on Monday, May 25th. We will not be delivering lunches on this day or on Tuesday. However, you will have received a breakfast and a lunch for each of your children with the previous Friday's delivery. We will be delivering on Wednesday, May 27th and Friday May 29th.

The last day of school is June 2nd which is a Tuesday. The last day for lunch deliveries will be Friday June 5th. Beginning on Monday June 8th families may come to the Sanborn Regional High School on MWF to pick up lunches for your children between 10 and 11. Staff will be in the front of the school waiting to put bagged lunches into your car. Lunch pickup will continue in this manner until Monday June 29th. In order to ensure that we have enough lunches everyday for pickup, we will be creating a survey which you will find on your child’s school website for families to indicate their interest in picking up food. Food will be available on a first come, first served basis; thus it is important for you to complete the survey so that we may prepare enough lunches on a daily basis.

The Sanborn Regional School District is exploring ways to continue to provide meals for pickup during the summer months. Once we have received approvals, we will let families know through the schools’ Facebook pages as well as the community pages and Mr. Ambrose’s Constant Contact Newsletters.

We recognize that despite the State of NH allowing businesses to reopen, not everyone will be back to work. If you and your family experience issues with job/income loss or food insecurity, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We will help direct you to resources both in our district as well as in our community. Please reach out to me at [email protected].
Sanborn District Releases Important Information Regarding Summer Programming and Prom
The Sanborn Regional School District has received guidance from the State that all District facilities are to remain closed for the summer to the public due to the COVID19 pandemic. As a result, the following plans will be put in place to address regularly-scheduled summer events.

Extended School Year Programming

Locating Extended School Year (ESY) programming in school buildings in Sanborn will not be an option this year. We are planning for the summer based upon currently known and anticipated health/safety recommendations, and therefore, have decided that ESY services will occur in a remote learning fashion. This applies to students with Extended School Year (ESY) services on their IEP. In addition, if your child has an IEP, you should have received a letter regarding Extended School Year services. Please refer to this letter for additional information. If you have questions or concerns, please contact your current Special Education Case Manager and/or Building Coordinator (LEA).

Summer Enrichment

All summer enrichment camps are cancelled. We apologize for any inconveniences that this may cause families who were counting on the camps running. If you have already submitted payment to the high school, the District will be issuing you a refund. You can expect to receive a check in 3-4 weeks in the mail. Please email Sally L’Antigua at [email protected] with any refund questions.

Athletics and Recreation

Until further notice, all summer athletic / recreation programs are cancelled. Coaches are prohibited from personally participating in individual or group activities. This includes direct (on-site) supervision of student-athlete workouts from any distance, or coaching summer league teams at any location, whether they are permitted by local authorities or not. Coaches are encouraged to provide student-athletes with drills and skill work to be done independently. Coaches will actively discourage student-athletes from participating in any athletic activities with their non-family peers.

Sanborn Athletics leadership will actively monitor the advice from the NH Department of Education, various health-related agencies (such as the CDC) and the NH Interscholastic Athletic Association (NHIAA) for guidance on any changes to these guidelines. We hope to have a decision on outdoor activities starting on or around July 1 by the middle of June.


The Junior Prom, originally scheduled for May, will be held when social distancing restrictions lift. Right now the class has booked a tentative date with the venue (Castleton in Windham) of July 30, 2020. The class also has fall dates on hold, should they be needed.
Driver Education Information
The next Driver education course will begin June 14, 2020 and run until July 29, 2020. Classroom academics will be done remotely via zoom. Driving will start when the Governor lifts the restriction.

The prior May course and June course will run together. The student cannot be younger than 15 years and 9 months old on June 14, 2020. Sign-up online at:, Rick & Karen
An Update From Southern Rockingham Coalition for Youth (SoROCK)
SoRock is a community coalition designed to promote wellness and nurture resiliency for the children, youth and families of southern Rockingham County, with the goals of preventing substance misuse and reducing the stigma related to mental health issues.
An Update From Southern Rockingham Coalition for Youth (SoROCK)
PTO Clothing & Shoe Donation Bins
When you drop your unwanted clothing and shoes off in these bins, the SRHS PTO gets paid based on the weight of the clothing! This is a really easy way to help our school. All PTO proceeds go directly back to programming and scholarships that directly benefit our students.  NOTE: Shoes must go in a separate bin.

Did you know? From April of 2015 - May 2017, this fundraiser has helped us raise nearly $2400.00 for the PTO. Help us double that number by sharing this opportunity with your friends, your family, and your neighbors!

* Not Sponsored by the Sanborn Regional School District