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September 28, 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
Remote Learning at SRHS
The School Board voted to start the year in a remote learning format. Students will start on 9.8.2020. Please read the full plan for remote learning that was approved by the School Board at their 8.19.2020 meeting by clicking the button below:
Attendance Reporting For Parents
This year, the high school is asking parents to use the Infinite Campus Parent Portal to view and track your child’s attendance records. Our attendance clerk, Kim Keddy, will be sending you automated email messages from the Infinite Campus system when your child has missed two or more of their classes at school that day. You would then be able to log into the system to see which classes were missing, and send any information or documentation you have regarding your child’s absence to Kim by email at For more information on how to access and use the parent portal, click the button below.

Please note, your portal log in instructions were mailed home to you at the beginning of the year, but Kim can help you if you cannot find them or need it sent again.
SAT Test for Seniors
Sanborn is offering an opportunity for Seniors to take the SAT for free on October 14th. We will be offering the exam in person at the high school and all seniors are expected to participate; however, you can opt your child out of the exam. If you would like to opt out, please complete the form using the button below. We will have more information about expectations for being in the building as we get closer to the day.
The district is continuing to work with our new gradebook operator to ensure that they have all of our information updated for launch on October 1st, 2020.

We appreciate your patience while rolling this out.
Academic Awards & Honor Roll For 2019-2020 School Year
Sanborn Regional High School congratulates the following students on their academic accomplishments for the 2019-2020 school year:


Class of 2021 Honors With Distinction: Marissa Borgesi, Jared Bryant, Elinor Cotter, Marianna D'Amelio, Janie Donahue, Lillianna Fowler, Meagan Gaffney, Breanna Gates, Diana Gibson, Gracie Goss, Madison Houghton, Ashlyn Jennings, Kalena Kelly-Rossop, Dylan Khalil, Kaylen LaChapelle, Adam LaPanne, Nicholas Lucas, Maxim Lussier, Taryn Lynch, Kaiden Lytle, Samantha Manson, Emily McLellan, Gabrielle Paine, Isabella Pettirossi, Karisa Porter, Mary Ratliffe, Mackenzie Rehrauer, Abigail Schultz, Zachary Somma, Jake Tedford, Katie Turner, James Wells, Amanda Wentworth, Elizabeth Wentworth, Emma Williams, Alexis Wood; High Honors: Cara Abromowitz, Maia Anderson, Emma Botelho, Emma Bowen, Ryan Doherty, Drew Fontaine, Nayla Guevara Estrada, Mackenzie Jackson, Elizabeth Kimball, Robert Kostan, Charles Melvin, Mallory Miron, Owen Paul, Owen Stocker, Bryanna Toohey; Honors: Darren Bean, Michael Blaikie, Taheera Bogannam, Patrick Breslin, Alan Burns, Riley Cina, Sesyle Cook, Robert Crawford, Olivia Delay, Chloe Doucette, Ethan DuBois, Nolan Duquette, Maya Dutton, Amelia Earnshaw, Lucas Hanson, Skylar Harding, Dante Jackson, Noah Knickles, Madison Larcome, Treven Leek, Rylie Lesiczka, Casey Lundin, Madison McManus, Ashley Merrill, Grace Merry-Carreiro, Jocelyn Miller, Tyler Oltsch, Jonathan Ranger, Nathan Talarico, Owen Tebo, Heather Woodman, Sarah Zaluk.
Class of 2022 Honors With Distinction: Kassidy Butler, Isabella Chiacchia, Emma Crowe, Hannah Douglas, Jillian Evans, Catriona Fitzgerald, Samantha Gerossie, Riley Holt, Tessa Holt, Sarah Kelly, Jocelyne Lampron, Kathryn Meuse, Ellie Morris, James O'Connell, Haley O'Toole, Andrew Pugh, Roxanne Quinno, Joshua Radjavitch, Abigail Regis, Mitchell Romani, Jaime Simes, Joshua Stevens, Katelyn Stokes, Norah Sullivan, Andrew Turkington, Ariana York; High Honors: Nathaniel Ashby, Finn Blomberg, Mary Bowden, Carley Childs, Brian Curtin, Cailyn Heath, Charlotte Hill, Ana Lelis, Gage Libby, Kiersten Mace, Connor Mallen, Rose McKeen, Sarah Mullen, Jake Occhipinti, Adam Putnam, Alec Rydeen, Carter Sabalewski, Aris Stevens, Jacob Thomas; Honors: Jason Allen, Luc Beaulieu, Morgan Belle, Kathryn Bielecki, Jasmyn Bolte, Jake Bond, Olivia Bradley, Jacob Chapman, Emma Cole, Justin Collette, Alexandra Corey, Katelyn Cunningham, Melissa Cunningham, Kiersten Daly, Savannah Deschenes, Marilyn Dunn, Madeline Foster, Riley Francis, Tyler Frizzell, Deandra Gates, Robert Gerossie, Ethan Gregoire, Skyler Griffith, Riley Henshaw, Molly Hever, Mason Howell, Seth Knickles, Kevin Kolodziej, Skyla Lambert, Sophia Lang, Adam Lanouette, Ryan Lyder, Jadyn Marshall, Aubrie McGinn, Molly McNulty, Katherine Murphy, Tanner Poulin, Abigail Roberts, Jordan Rossi, Kassandra St. Germain, Christian Stephan, Ethan Tait, Elsie Taylor, Marissa Tudisco, Alexander White.
Class of 2023 Honors With Distinction: Ian Abney, Brady Ash, Austin Bell, Sophia Borgesi, Kyle Brown, Alyssa Busch, Mackenzie Colman, Jacob Corbin, Madison Crannell, John DeFeo, Emma Deputat, Alexis Rose Dionne, Jasmine Dionne, Peter DuBois, Gavin Duquette, Olivia Dwyer, William Flaherty, Kelcie Flynn, Kyra Fox-Dias, Zachary Frizzell, Victoria Gabor, Heather Gibb, Lillian Gibby, Shayla Gillis, Luna Gilson, Breanna Greene, Olivia Hanson, Jared Khalil, Kevin Lawit, Nicholas Lazzaro, Isabella Lelis, Abigail Leptich, Abbie Lucas, Kate Lussier, Keegan Lynch, Mckenzie MacDonald, Liam Maguire, Matthew Martin, Cianneliz Medina, Katelyn Mietzner, Hannah Mullen, Dillin Munroe, Gavin O'Connell, Riana Ouellette, Paige Perreault, Elizabeth Pierson, Anastasia Senko, Jordan Simpson, Erica Smith, Emma Soares, Logan Steinel, Chloe Stuart, Rex Sullivan, Katelyn Talarico, Sarah Terlizzi, Chloe Thewes, James Thompson, Ashley Wettergreen, Amelia Wickert, Gabriella Willis, Trevor Woodworth; Ava Zagorites. High Honors: Jackson Arsenault, Seth Butler, Octavia Courcy, Henry D'Antonio, Devin Erickson, Alexa Flanagan, Spencer Foley, Jayden Gusoski, , Kacilynn Hernandez Feliciano, Manuel Kelly, Michael LePage, Jadon Locke, Alayna Markee, Nylah Neptune, Kylee O'Brien, Connor O'Neil, Carter Paine, Jason Phaneuf, Aiden Provost, Tyler St. Jean, Ethan Stanley, Benjamin Tomany, Brooke Woodburn; Honors: Joshua Beltz, Ella Bergeron, Emily Bielecki, Aidan Broyer, Sophia Daly, Hayley Dyer, Daniel Emery, Jillian Epstein, Derrick Fresco, Peyton Hanson, Michael Hayden, Sean Lord, Ayreanna McGibbon, Amber Meattey, Marco Menendez, Gabriel Miller, Grace Nihan, Casey Perry, Julianna Porter, Ethan Russell, Emma Sheehan, Evan Takach.

Math: Kate Lussier, Tessa Holt, Dylan Khalil; Science: Heather Gibb, Samantha Gerossie, Zachary Somma; World Language Spanish: Ashley Wettergreen, Sarah Kelly, Maxim Lussier; World Language French: Gabriella Willis, Cailyn Heath, Alexis Wood; Business/ Techology: Olivia Dwyer, Ellie Morris, Jake Tedford; English Literature: Kate Lussier, Kassidy Butler, Emma Williams; Social Studies: Kyle Brown, Riley Holt, Elinor Cotter; Band: Gabriella Willis, Tessa Holt, Jazmine Dixon; Chorus: Amber Meattey, Molly Hever, Amanda Wentworth; Art: Emma Deputat, Ana Lelis, Mary Ratliffe; Career and Technical Education: Gavin O'Connell, Nelson Olive, Patrick Breslin; Wellness: Liam Maguire, Jocelyne Lampron, Owen Stocker; PACE Practical Academics and Community Education Award: Kathryn Meuse; ELO (Extended Learning Opportunity): Christopher Gerard, Owen Stocker; CAD (Computer Aided Design): William Flaherty, Riley Holt, Marianna D'Amelio.
A Message From the YMCA
Upcoming Changes to Our Remote Learning Bell Schedule
Early Release: September 30, 2020

On September 30, 2020, the Sanborn Regional School District has a planned early release day for students. The bell schedule below will be used on this day. Students who attend the PM session at SST are still required to attend at the regularly scheduled time.
Columbus Day Holiday Week: October 12-16

There will be no school on Monday, October 12. For this week, Friday will be a "grey day" with periods 1, 3, 4, and 8 running (in addition to advisory and FLT). Also this week, we will be administering the SAT to seniors on Wednesday 10/14. Depending on how many seniors elect to take the SAT exam, which will be offered in-person, some classes for grades 9-11 may not offer a live session that day to allow teachers to assist in proctoring the SAT exam. More information will be available soon.
SRHS PTO to Meet 9/30 at 7PM on Zoom
Parents, Staff, Students, and Friends of SRHS,

The SRHS PTO will hold its first meeting of the new school year virtually. Please join us to learn more about the PTO and how you can get involved in their efforts to enhance the school experience for all students at the school.

Please click the button below for the Zoom link:
Exeter Adult Education Fall Courses and Programs
Exeter Adult Education has released its fall schedule. Click the button below for more information.
A Message From the Yearbook
SRHS PTO Un-Fundraiser
An Update From Southern Rockingham Coalition for Youth (SoROCK)
September is Recovery month & Suicide Prevention month. This month we celebrate recovery and raise awareness that substance use treatment and mental health services can enable those struggling to live a healthy and rewarding life. 
Recovery Month celebrates the gains made by those in recovery, just as we celebrate improvements made by those who are managing other health conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, asthma, and heart disease.
Substance misuse and mental health disorders are on the rise as people struggle to cope with these extraordinary times. SoRock has been and will continue to work diligently to come up with in person, virtual and socially distanced opportunities to keep people healthy and connected.
Please remember we are here for you!


2020/2021 Youth In Action The club fair for students is coming up and Sanborn/SoRock Youth in Action is looking forward to welcoming new students! Youth in Action is a youth idea driven club addressing the real time issues teens are facing. The group is focused primarily on mental health and substance misuse prevention.

If you are in need of resources or have any questions please reach out to or visit us at on social media at @sorocknh
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