A newsletter that promotes our core values of
P ersonalization, R isk-Taking, I ntegrity, D iscovery, and E mpowerment
May 22, 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
Family Survey on Remote Learning For Sanborn Regional High School
The end of the school year is quickly approaching, and we would like to hear from our families about the remote learning experience so that we can reflect on it as an administrative team. Please take a few minutes to answer the questions below.

Thank you for your time and support!
A Message From Principal Brian M. Stack
Dear Sanborn Community,

The schools will continue to be under an order to remain in remote learning through the end of the year due to the COVID-19 crisis. This newsletter has valuable information in it to help students, parents, and community members navigate these complex times.

Student Item Pick-Up

Many have inquired about a process for students to pick up belongings. The school will release information soon on the process for this. Seniors will be permitted on campus on May 28 for this purpose, and Grades 911 will have campus access on June 8-9.

Important Dates

Event calendars have been modified, with changes to many events due to the closure of the campus. Here are some important dates to keep in mind:

  • May 28, 2020: Last day of regular classes for all students.
  • May 29, June 1, and June 2: Competency recovery days for all students.
  • June 5, 2020: Graduation

For a complete listing of all event plans for the end of the year, click the button below:
We are Worried About You!

Not a day goes by that my staff and I think about all of you, knowing the many challenges that this situation has brought for families and individuals. Please click on the link below. It will bring you to a wealth of resources that may help you and your family in this time of uncertainty.

Resources include information on financial assistance, housing, food and nutrition, crisis support, substance abuse, child care, and general COVID-19 information.
Seniors! Your Information is Needed for a Slideshow

Please click the button below to fill out your information:
Please Watch Mr. Stack's Video Update for 5.22.2020:
Remote Learning Bell Schedule
Senior Spotlight: Erin Gillespie
An Article by Staff Member Erin Smith-Davis
When I think back to my first day as a teacher at Sanborn, there is one student that stood out to me that day: Erin Gillespie. I was nervous for my first day with new students in a new place, and Erin showed up for my chorus class as a Freshman with an enormous smile on her face! I still remember her enthusiasm and her genuine excitement to be there that day. Her excitement and interest in music helped put my “new teacher nerves” at ease and got me really excited about my new endeavor as the choir director at Sanborn. I knew this was exactly the type of student I wanted to have in my class; I’m so grateful that I was able to have her in my class for four years! Erin has a great deal of musical talent and is a strong singer. She routinely offers help in whichever area is most in need, and she does so with the best interest of the group in mind. I know that others in her section in chorus really appreciate her ability to lead by doing. She’s a student who is reliable, hard-working, kind to others, and a real team player.

Erin has really taken advantage of many opportunities in high school including the Drama Club, Student Council all four years of high school, Tri-M Music Honor Society, and the Chorus program here at SRHS. On her own, Erin put together a group of singers and on their own and they’ve prepared a capella arrangements and medleys that they have performed around the community. Erin was especially proud of singing the National Anthem at Homecoming and Winter Carnival festivities as part of these initiatives that she was integral in forming. Erin was also admitted to the New Hampshire All State Treble Chorus her sophomore year; an accomplishment only few students achieve in their high school careers, not to mention as a sophomore!

Mrs. Boivert had this to say about Erin, “Erin steps up and volunteers to help out on extra tasks in Student Council. Sometimes far and above what is required.  Erin attends every school board meeting as the student representative which is quite a commitment in and of itself. She is very personable and I enjoy conversation with her on our off council time.”

French teacher, Dee Hambucken says, “Erin is a diligent student who brings her flair to the classroom. Her cheerful disposition and admirable work ethic will take her far. She has many talents, and I appreciate that she was willing to work with all of her peers in French class. Bonne chance, Erin!”

English teacher Aaron Cass says, “Erin has one of those smiles that lights up the room. I have always appreciated her thoughtful approach to things, and her willingness to think outside of the box -- and her snarky sense of humor. It has been a pleasure knowing you, Erin. Good luck after Sanborn!”

Next year, Erin plans to attend Plymouth State University but is not sure what her major will be quite yet. I know that she will be successful in any area that she decides to pursue. I will really miss Erin’s spark, her hard work, and of course her singing next year while she’s off at PSU. Wishing you all the best, Erin!
Senior Spotlight: Max Perrault
An Article by Staff Member Eric Ibsen-Johnson
If you ever wanted to know what a well-rounded student looks like, all you have to do is take a look at Max Perreault. He’s going to graduate as a NH Scholar with both an Art and Stem emphasis, earn a 32 credit college and career diploma, with distinction, and is an active athlete. In fact, Max was recognized as a 2020 NHIAA and NHADA Scholar Athlete for soccer, indoor track, and football. During his four years at Sanborn, not only was he an athlete, but he worked hard to maintain high grades. According to Doc Young, “Max is a three-peat customer of my honors math and science classes. It is cool to see Max learn, grow, and mostly pay attention. He is currently doing pretty well in Calculus (the toughest high school math), and extremely well hanging with KA and TL.”

Jack Kelly said, “I have gotten to know Max this year in Advisory. I wish I had known him longer or had him in class. Max has a logical inclination, he is analytical and driven. These traits will serve him well next hear, as he is moving on to study engineering in college. Max also has a great sense of humor-which will help all of us in life. I wish him the best next year.”

As you can see, Max has really made an impact here at Sanborn. We expect great things from him as continues in the next chapter of life.
Senior Spotlight: Elijah Millard
An Article by Staff Member Denise Alenskis
I first met Elijah when he was in his sophomore year. Elijah is a quiet student, yet not afraid to speak up when something doesn’t make sense. This will serve him well throughout his life! Elijah plans to go to Southern New Hampshire University to study to be a fitness trainer.

Jack Kelly was quick to share this, “Elijah Millard is the 4th member of his family I have worked with and I have enjoyed them all. I didn't meet Elijah until this year in Woodshop and I was happy when he was switched into my advisory Senior year. Elijah has a quick sense of humor, is responsible and reliable. He thinks things through and it is fun to watch him problem solve. The skills that Elijah has learned at Sanborn will help in life and I look forward to seeing what the future holds for him.”

Aaron Cass added, “Elijah is a cool kid. He's smart and independent, and it has been fun getting to know him this year. My favorite thing to talk with him about is MMA, which he is very knowledgeable about and quite skilled in his own right. For a quiet kid who is polite and easy going, do not mess with Elijah ;)”
Ashley Harbel also had this to share, “One moment I will remember best is from the beginning of this year. I have Elijah again as a senior in an elective that is a mix of grades 9-12. The first few days, as we were planning our year and building our classroom community, Elijah took it upon himself to impart some of his wisdom that he learned from his freshman year at Sanborn. He told the new 9th graders that he wished he had learned sooner how important it was to get his work done and to make sure they put the effort in starting at that point. It was a great moment to see, as it really showed me how much Elijah has grown over his four years at Sanborn. I know he will be great wherever his future takes him.”

Dianne McCarthy reflected over the past four years, “I've known Elijah since 9th grade and have had the chance to see him mature in such a great way. If you ask him what he does for fun he will tell you that his favorite thing is working out and staying healthy. He is a true believer that physical fitness and healthy nutrition habits can make people feel so successful. He trains anywhere he can, house, gym, and MMA studio where is where he really enjoys to be. His goals are to help others realize how nutrition and physical fitness can help them the way they have helped him. He has such a welcoming personality and is knowledgeable that I know he will be successful in this field!”

We wish you the best in your journey Elijah!
Baccalaureate 2020 Ceremony Information
Sanborn Regional High School is proud to be partnering with the First Congregational Church of Kingston to run its annual Baccalaureate Ceremony to honor the graduates in the Class of 2020. Graduates, their families and friends, and all in the community are invited to attend. Due to the COVID19 pandemic, the 2020 ceremony will be delivered using a virtual format which will be broadcast live on the Internet at the following link: The event will take place on Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 7:00PM.

The Baccalaureate ceremony is traditionally run as a school-related event with the church. It is optional, and non-denominational.

We hope you will join us in celebrating the academic accomplishments of our Class of 2020 graduates!
A Thank You to Joyce Gould
A Message From Principal Brian M. Stack
Yesterday, I was saddened to hear about the passing of Joyce Gould. Joyce and her late husband Lewis have been, for many years, advocates and supporters of our school community. Each year, the Gould family supports a graduating senior with the Jeffrey Michael Gould Scholarship, given in memory of Joyce's son Jeffrey who died in a dirt bike accident in 1985. The scholarship is for a senior whose intent is to pursue a post-secondary education in a career or profession that is based and dependent upon the direct use and application of mathematics. The 2020 recipient of this award was Zachary Cardoso.

Thank you, Joyce. You will be missed. The Sanborn community thanks you for your support to our students over the years!
Competency Recovery Days at End of Academic Year
For all students, the last day of school will be Thursday, May 28. Students in grades 9-12 who need additional time to complete competency recovery work will be notified by their teacher no later than May 28 that they are to attend school on May 29, June 1, and/or June 2. The color assignments for the remainder of the year are below. June 2 will be a "flex" day, meaning that teachers and students will meet as needed at a mutually agreeable time.
Mental Health Tips From Our School Counselors
Mental Health Coping Skills

We all recognize how hard it is to stay busy and to cope when we “feel” that so many options are closed to us. It’s important to start to think outside the box of things to do!!

  • Things to do to clear your head as the weather gets nicer:
  • Frisbee Golf
  • Clement Disc Farm - Haverhill MA
  • Amesbury Pines - Amesbury MA
  • The Hollows - Manchester NH
  • Google courses near me!
  • Rock painting for people to find as they are walking
  • Chalk activities for people walking 
  • Rock Garden - painting, formations,
  • Try a new “sport”
  • Bocce Ball
  • Cornhole
  • Croquet
  • Badminton (don’t forget the shuttlecock)
  • Plant vegetables - you don’t need to build a garden, grab a few pots!
  • Create games in your yard like Soccer Golf
  • Trail walking
  • Hiking
  • Fly a kite - it doesn’t need to be at the beach
  • Learn to cook a new thing every week - desserts? Dinners? Breakfast?
  • Learn to play an instrument - search CraigsList or FB Marketplace
  • Offer to do yard work for those who can’t - maybe they will pay you in cookies!
  • Make a tire swing
  • Create a time capsule - how cool would it be to look back on this time in ten years? You think you will remember?
  • Get crafty and creative
  • Plan a fantasy vacation- explore hotels and activities in cities you would love to visit
  • Virtual museum tours
  • Do a virtual job shadow
  • Teach a grandparent how to zoom and spend some time interviewing them, what did they do to prepare for life after high school
  • Make a COVID bucket list - all the things you wish you could do but can’t

Most importantly, reach out and be with people (following social distancing rules of course). Enjoy the sun or dance in the rain; be present in the moment and try not to worry about things you cannot control in the future. If nothing else, remember you can always find inspiration from Disney movies, for example:

"Venture outside your comfort zone. The rewards are worth it." -Tangled or “Adventure is out there” - Up.
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
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 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.
Graduation Set For June 5, 2020
At the 5.5.2020 School Board meeting, the graduation date was set for Friday, June 5, 2020. Please take a few minutes to watch the video with the information that was presented to the Board. It addresses many of the questions you may have on how the ceremony will be run during the social distancing restrictions we are currently under. These are very trying times for all of us. I look forward to joining all of you as we celebrate the academic accomplishments of an amazing and resilient Sanborn Class of 2020.
Plans for the June 5 ceremony continue to evolve slightly as staff collaborate with others in the community to make enhancements and adjustments. Thank you to the School Board for their efforts to allow district staff to work with students and others to make these enhancements.

Masks at Graduation
Yesterday, the District received word from the NH Department of Health that masks are only required at the graduation ceremony if students are not able to practice the six foot social distancing minimum. As a result, the masks will be optional for students provided that they stand at least six feet away from one another when outside.
Sanborn Parent Organizes Graduation Mask Purchase For Sanborn Families
Masks are being made with the Class of 2020 for Sanborn at Ulikeyapparel for $6.00. To order a mask you can do either of the following. Email them directly or contact Holli Dallon who has designed and organized these to be made. Below is a photo of how the masks look.

The company has donated to Holli five masks for people that are not able to afford this but would still like a mask for their senior. Holli will give only one mask per family.

Thank you.
NH Department of Education Needs Parent Input!
The New Hampshire Department of Education is conducting research into equitable access to career and technical education programming, specifically programs that are offered through schools such as the Seacoast School of Technology, and the opportunities Sanborn makes available to students through internships and other extended learning opportunities. The DOE would like to speak to a small focus group of Sanborn parents that have feedback and/or thoughts on this topic on Thursday, May 28, 2020 at 1:00PM. If you are interested in assisting with this, please email Principal Brian M. Stack at Thanks for considering!
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
A Message From the Yearbook
Sanborn End 68 Hours of Hunger Fundraiser to Honor Class of 2020
Sanborn End 68 Hours of Hunger has teamed up with a printing company to promote Sanborn PRIDE in our community and honor our 2020 graduates with a personalized yard sign.

Use the following link to order your lawn sign for your senior (click the button below). Please put your child's name in the comment link on the order page. You will need to upload your child's photo on that page as well. Plus a portion of proceeds will be going to Sanborn End 68 hours of hunger.
This Fundraiser is Not Being Run by the Sanborn Regional School District
Athletic Updates From Athletic Director Vicki Parady-Guay
Spring Season Announcement From Athletic Director Vicki Parady-Guay

The status of our spring sports has been determined by the announcement from the Governor putting schools in remote learning for the rest of the school year. It is very challenging times. We realize student-athletes are not ending their careers the way they have worked and dreamt about. We need to focus on what we have been able to experience this year and the future of good health and new opportunities. Please know we at Sanborn thank and wish the Seniors the best as they make their way on to the next chapter in their lives. We appreciate how you have represented Sanborn over the past four years with good sportsmanship and SANBORN PRIDE! Best of Luck!

This message below comes directly from our Executive Director of the NHIAA, Mr. Jeff Collins.

“In response to the recent Executive Order by New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu to continue remote instruction in New Hampshire schools throughout the remainder of the school year, the NHIAA Council has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 spring sports season and championships. This decision was not made lightly given what athletics mean to the participants, parents, and communities across the state. While it was our hope to salvage some portion of the spring season, the fact that schools will not reopen their doors to students this year and the uncertainty surrounding when or if social distancing guidelines will be lifted has made us face the stark reality that playing high school sports this spring is simply not an option. Rather, our focus in these most uncertain times must be to do everything we can to protect people from the pandemic and not contribute to the numbers who fall victim to the disease.
We recognize and share in the pain and heartbreak this decision will cause to all student-athletes this spring, particularly the seniors. Having said this, it is our sincere hope that the actions taken today, along with the Governor’s orders and DHHS guidelines designed to slow the spread of this global pandemic will enable schools to reopen this fall with face-to-face instruction and a full slate of athletic contests to be played and enjoyed by all.”
Seacoast School of Technology (SST) Announcements
An Update by SST Principal Sharon Wilson
Seacoast School of Technology Families,

I hope you are all faring as best as possible during these unsettling times. I continue to be in awe of the dedication and incredible work that we are able to do in partnership to support our students and provide the best semblance of consistency possible all things considered.

I’m aware that the “virtual” aspect of our situation means that everyone is inundated with a large number of emails. I’m trying to address as many possible topics in this one message, so I will label topics:

Quarter 3: We will be ending Quarter 3 on April 3 (which is the normal date). Grades will be determined for Quarter 3 based on work assigned up through March 13 (the last day that we were in our building).
We believe the adjusting to remote learning is a process and we want to provide ample opportunity for that adjustment (for teachers and students) to occur without blurring the determination of the quarterly grade. Teachers will be flexible and accepting late work for students who have outstanding assignments for the period before March 13. We will do a grade change for Q 3 as necessary.

Quarter 4: We will continue to sift through some implications for Quarter 4 and work with our post-secondary partners in regards to dual enrollment.

Daily Schedule: Given the decision by Governor Sununu to extend remote learning through May 4th (at the least), we will be adjusting the daily schedule for our students that will provide a little more structure for students, families and teachers. Since our daily schedule is a dance with 6 Sending Schools, or dance partners, we will not be developing an SST wide schedule. Instead teachers are developing schedules that include optional check in times etc. We understand that in some areas the transition has been overwhelming and teachers have been looking at ways to provide flexible structures and engaging learning opportunities.

With the extension on Remote Learning we need to provide consistent and equitable opportunities for Remote Instruction while balancing the social and emotional stability of families, students and ourselves. "Feeling the need to be busy all the time is a trauma response and a fear-based distraction from what you'd be forced to acknowledge and feel, if you slowed down"(The Unbounded Spirit).

Portfolios: Students should not worry about portfolios at this time. Some of them are in a building we cannot access and we do not have an electronic system in place. Please cross portfolios off your list for this year.

Scholarships: Scholarship dates are postponed, but forthcoming. We have a form and abbreviated process that will be emailed out shortly.

Cancelled Trips and Refunds: We cannot access the building at this point, but we are exploring how to get refunds for trips to folks. Thank you for your patience.

National Technical Honor Society:
There is a slight delay to getting letters out, but you should be hearing shortly. Keep good thoughts, I was very impressed with the applications. At this point, the ceremony is on hold, but we are ordering stoles for graduation.

Medication Retrieval: I’ve attached a letter from our nurse, Lisa Chamberlain, regarding the procedure for parents to retrieve medication currently at SST.

April Break: SST will be in session the traditional week of April vacation and closed from Wednesday April 8th - Sunday April 12th. We understand this differs from our sending schools and will be flexible and accommodating for students.

Please reach out to me with any questions or if I can offer support in any way. I miss the students, faculty and staff of SST more than I can say.

Please be well,

Sharon Wilson, Principal, Seacoast School of Technology
Additional Directions for the Daily Focused Learning Time (FLT) Period
As we go deeper into remote learning, the need is greater for students to be able to take advantage of flexible learning with FLT (time for reteaching, intervention, and enrichment). Attendance for FLT is
  • MANDATORY: For students who are behind in their work or failing a class. One of your teachers will likely assign you to an FLT session during the week, or you can request to work with them on a day of your choosing. All schedules and requests to work with a teacher should be made using the online program Enriching Students.
  • OPTIONAL: For students who do not have any particular learning needs for a class. You can continue to work on your assignments independently or you can request to work with a teacher if you would like to during an FLT session during the week. 

All schedules and requests to work with a teacher should be made using the online program Enriching Students. Students can access this site by signing in with their Google account using the link above. If you are having difficulty with this, please email Mr. Stack at and he will help you.
In general, FLT periods should be used for the following purposes:
  • Monday - B Honors/Clubs/FLT.
  • Tuesday - C Honors/Clubs/FLT
  • Wednesday - NO FLT
  • Thursday - E Clubs/FLT
  • Friday - F Honors/Clubs/FLT
Online Math Support Help Desk
Mrs. Goudreau, our math interventionist, is offering math support daily to students from 8:00AM - 1:30PM. Drop into her Zoom at any point when you need help.
Remote Learning Academic Help Desk
Free and Reduced Lunch Information
Important Notice:

If you did not qualify for free and reduced lunch prior to the COVID 19 pandemic and you think you qualify now may apply immediately.

This means you may become eligible for free food through the district.

Sanborn Regional School District is pleased to announce that we have received approval to provide free breakfasts and lunches to any student in the district in need.  Parents and or guardians will be able to pick up breakfasts and lunches for their children at Sanborn Regional High School on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 -11.

Fresh Picks Cafe staff will be in the bus loop in front of the school, please just pull up and a staff person will hand you the lunch. Kindly do not get out of your vehicles in order to keep with the covid-19 standards and ensure our employees stay healthy so they may continue to provide meals.

You do not need to have your children with you, there is no cost and you do not need to have been approved for Free or Reduced lunch you simply must have a child in the Sanborn School District. If your child has any food allergies and you would like meals please contact Heidi Leavitt.

Please email Heidi Leavitt at if you have any questions."
Tech Issues? Here Is How To Get Help!
During the COVID-19 closure, the SRSD Technology Department has set up a hotline to help families diagnose and fix tech issues with school-issued devices. Here is how to reach them:

Phone: (603) 642-3688, then hit #.
COVID-19 Health Updates From Nurse Karen
While the school campus is closed, remember to practice and reinforce good prevention habits with your friends and family:

  • MOST IMPORTANT: Practice social distancing. Avoid crowds, and stay at home as much as possible.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology recently issued a news release about albuterol inhaler shortages occurring in some parts of the country due to their use in treating COVID-19 patients. The news release explains what is happening, and how asthma patients can be prepared.
Ice Hockey Golf Tournament Moves to August
The first ever Sanborn High School Ice Hockey Program in Kingston, NH was established in 2012 with
the generosity of many businesses such as yours as well as our community. We competed at a Junior
Varsity Level for two years and are extremely excited that we are competing in our Fifth year as a
Varsity Team.

The Sanborn Ice Hockey players and their families are extremely dedicated and passionate. They
continue to work very hard in order to make the program possible. We have many talented and
dedicated hockey players who will continue to represent their school playing a sport they love.
Contributing to their high school athletic program will not only give them a great sense of belonging
and school pride but more importantly teaches life lessons. This is done with the help of a dedicated
coaching staff. They instill respect, discipline, teamwork perseverance and honesty. Unfortunately, our
hockey program does not receive funding for the program from the school budget. We continue to be
required to raise all the funds necessary to make this hockey program possible for our student athletes.
Sanborn Ice Hockey will be hosting our sixth annual Golf Tournament on Saturday, August 29th, 2020.
In order to make this fundraiser a great success, we are in need of hole sponsors as well as donations for
our raffle table. We greatly appreciate all donations and will work hard to maximize your company’s
visibility at our fundraising events. We will also publicly thank all the donors on our Facebook page as
well as our Hockey Program which is available at our games.

Please feel free to contact us for any additional information. Thank you for your time and consideration
in supporting the Sanborn Ice Hockey Program. All donations should be mailed to:

Sanborn Ice Hockey
PO Box 161
Kingston, NH 03848

It’s the generosity of businesses such as yours for kids in need that makes for a successful community
program. Sanborn Ice Hockey is a 501 (C) organization making your donation tax deductible.

Tax ID Number 80-0809306.

Joe Radjavitch
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