Epping School District News
Epping Students in the News
Congratulations to the following students:
Graduating from the University of Vermont in May 2019 with a B.S. in Medical Radiation Sciences: Sarah Clements
Graduating from Northern Essex Community College on May 18, 2019: Jasmin J. Kirby - Certificate, Sleep technologist; Jesse D. Lannoo - Associate in Arts Liberal Arts with Honors
Graduating from the University of NH in May 2019:
- Kelli Killen
- Adrianna Lamparelli
- Erin Milbury
- Elizabeth Sheckler
- Evan Silva
- Casey Sturzo
- Casey Tuttle
SUNY Canton recognizes for earning Part Time Honors during the Spring 2019 semester in College’s Emergency Management Program - Jacklyn A. Ulban
Southern New Hampshire University announces Winter 2019 President’s List:
- Sabrina Rivers
- Morgan Pease
- Rachel Stone
- Bradley George
- Hannah Mailhot
- Kevin Newton
Southern New Hampshire University announces Winter 2019 Dean’s List:
- Nicholas Arsenault
- Kiley Lafond
Curry College announces Spring 2019 Dean’s List - Shaye Blanchette
School Board Meeting Schedule
The Epping School Board holds regular meetings at 7:00 pm in the Epping Town Hall. The public is invited to attend. Meetings are also televised by ETV. Agendas and minutes are posted on the district website at www.sau14.org under School Board/Agenda & Minutes. ETV is also streaming meetings that you can watch live on your computer at: http://etv22.pegcentral.com/.
- July 18th
- August 1st and 15th
Craft Fair Crafters and Vendors Needed
The Epping Athletics Boosters are holding their annual Craft Fair on November 9th from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm in the Epping Middle High School Cafeteria/Gymnasium. They are accepting applications from Crafters and Vendors. There is an Early Bird special - before August 1st the charge will be $25.00 for approximately 8X8 space. After August 1st, the cost will be $30.00. Applications will be available at the Town Hall or through contacting Beth Deschene, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by leaving a message at 679-2733..
EHS Class of 2019 Top Ten
Julianna Re is Epping High School’s Valedictorian of the class of 2019. She is the daughter of Jill and Jason Re. Julianna is the 2018 recipient of the Mt. Holyoke Book Award, the 2019 recipient of the US Marine Corps Scholastic Excellence Award and a four-time recipient of the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence. She is also a New Hampshire Scholar. Julianna played four years of varsity volleyball and served as the team captain in her junior and senior years. Additionally, she is a member of the French Club, National Honor Society, Student Government, and the EHS Chorus and Concert Band. Julianna also holds a part-time job working at Colonial Poplin Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility in patient care. Julianna will be attending Simmons University in Boston, Mass. to pursue a degree in nursing.
Allison Nee is Epping High School’s Salutatorian of the class of 2019. She is the daughter of Lisa and Paul Nee. Allison received the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence for all four years of high school. She also received a High Honors Award from the Society of Women Engineers in 2018 and the EHS Spanish Award in 2017. Allison has devoted her time to volunteering at various school events including the senior dinner, graduation, prom committee, and school spirit week committees. Additionally, she has held a part-time job at Marshall’s as a store associate. In the fall, Allison will attend Great Bay Community College to complete her general education requirements before transferring to a university to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
MiKayla Ball is the daughter of Jody and Robert Ball. In 2018 Mikayla received the Harvard University Book Award and in 2019 she received the EHS English Award and the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award. Mikayla is also a NH Scholar and a four-time recipient of the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence. Mikayla completed the two-year program in Biomedical Science and Technology at the Seacoast School of Technology. She also attended the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Leaders in 2017. In her time at EHS, Mikayla has been an active member of Unified sports and the Unified Club, participating in soccer, basketball, and track & field as a peer mentor. She was the 2019 recipient of the EHS Athletic Department’s Lisa West Spirit and Involvement Award for her dedication to Unified sports. Additionally, MiKayla is a member of the National Honor Society, a three-year member of the EHS Chorus and Concert Band, and she participates and volunteers in Krav Maga Global- New England. Mikayla also holds a part-time job at Rochester Manor healthcare facility. MiKayla will be attending St. Michael’s College in Colchester, Vermont with a major in clinical health sciences.
Marc Giudice is the son of Charlene Cannatelli and Anthony Giudice. Marc received the Brown University Book Award in 2018 for excellence in written and spoken word. That same year he also received the St. Michael’s College Book Award for academic achievement with a social conscience. Marc is a four-time recipient of the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence and he is a NH Scholar. In 2018 Marc received the EHS Spanish Award and in 2019 he received the EHS Social Studies Award. Marc is the vice-president of the Spanish Honor Society, a member of the Academy Street Players (the EHS theater group), and he participated in Project Search at UNH.eport this ad Marc will be attending the University of New Hampshire with a major in Political Science.
Gracia Jordan is the daughter of Stacey and Bob Jordan. Gracia received the 2018 St. Anselm College Book Award, the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence for all four years, and the EHS French Award for three years. Gracia has completed the two-year Careers in Education program at the Seacoast School of Technology. Through her participation in the Educators Rising competition, Gracia won first-place in the state for co-authoring and illustrating a children’s book. Gracia is a member of the National Honor Society, the French National Honor Society, she served as the French Club president for two years, and she has been a member of student government for four years. Additionally, Gracia works part-time as an assistant teacher at Great Bay Kids Company. Gracia will attend the University of New Hampshire to pursue a degree in social work.
Emilie LeBlanc is the daughter of Christine and David LeBlanc. Emilie received the EHS History Award in 2016 and the EHS French Award in 2017. In 2019 she was the recipient of the EHS Business Award. She is also a four-time recipient of the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence. Emilie is a member of the French National Honor Society and the French Club. Additionally, she works parttime as a counselor at the Epping Recreation Department. Emilie will be attending Southern New Hampshire University with a major in history.
Adam LePage is the son of Carol and Douglas LePage. Adam is a NH Scholar and a four-time recipient of the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence. In 2019 Adam received the US Marine Corps Scholastic Excellence Award as well as the US Army National Guard Scholar Athlete Award. Adam was a four-year member of the varsity basketball team and served as a team captain during the state championship-winning season in 2019. Additionally, Adam has volunteered his time at various events including fundraising for Project Graduation, EHS Color Run, spirit week activities, and the prom committee. Adam will be attending the University of New Hampshire’s Peter T. Paul College of Business with a major in business administration.
Maya Martin is the daughter of Denise Ardolino and Gary Martin. Maya received a High Honors Award from the Society of Women Engineers in 2018. In 2017 she received the EHS Ceramics Award 2017 and in 2019 she was the recipient of the EHS Advanced Art Award. Additionally, Maya is a NH Scholar and has received the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence for all four years of high school. Maya participated in the EHS Chorus for three years and volunteered her time at numerous events such as the EHS Color Run, spirit committee, and prom committee. Maya also works part-time as a crew member at Dunkin Donuts. In the fall, Maya will attend Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida to study fine arts.
Destiny McKay is the daughter of Heather and Michael McKay. Destiny is a NH Scholar and a four-time recipient of the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence. In her time at Epping High School, Destiny has participated in Track and Field and has worked part-time at White Gate Farm. In the fall, Destiny will attend the University of New Hampshire with a major in psychology.
Jennifer Nikolova is the daughter of Roumiana Castles. She is a four-time recipient of the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence. Jennifer also received the EHS Spanish Award in 2017 and she received the EHS Senior Math Award in 2019 for excellence and dedication to the study of mathematics. In her time at Epping High School, Jennifer has been a member of the Spanish Honor Society and has served as president for two years. she also participated in Project Search at UNH. In the fall, Jennifer will attend Endicott College in Beverly, Mass. with a major in engineering.