Epping Students in the News
Graduating from SUNY Potsdam
Katherine Fanning BA
Graduating from Baylor University in May, 2018
Tess Elizabeth Kucera MPH
Graduating from Keene State College in May 2018
Nathan Cameron BS
Cassidy Garrow BS
Marina McCartney BA
Jacob West BA
Graduating from the University of New Hampshire in May 2018
Taylor Barnes, BA
Aanielle Bennett, BS
Natalie Bilynsky, MS
Minette Cantrall, BS
Lauren Goulet, BS
Danielle Janos, BM Magna Cum Laude
Morgan King, MAT
Andrea Lawrence, MED
Tara Martel, BS
Amy Michaud, MPH
Timothy O’Brien, MBA
Kyle Pimentel, BS
Kelly Seaman, BA Cum Laude
Penny Watson, BS
Margaret Weaver, BS
Dean College announces President’s List for Spring 2018
Southern New Hampshire University announces President’s List for Spring 2018
Southern New Hampshire University announces Dean’s List for Spring 2018
Emanuel College announces Dean’s List for Spring 2018
Worcester Polytechnic Institute announces Dean’s List for Spring 2018
Northeastern University announces Dean’s List for Spring 2018
SUNY Canton recognizes earning Part-Time Honors for Spring 2018
All-Star Sports Awards June 21st
The Seacoast Media Group put on the second annual Seacoast All-Star Sports Awards at the Music Hall in downtown Portsmouth on June 21st. It was an evening of champions and the featured speaker was Pedro Martinez, Hall of Fame pitching legend and former Red Sox pitching great. 265 student-athletes from 18 schools on the Seacoast were honored with nominations. They were the area’s top high school athletes and several of our athletes from Epping sports were nominated.
Our nominees were:
For the 2016 Fall Sports Season:
For the Spring 2017 Sports Season
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 5th and 12th
- August 2nd and 16th
EES School Calendar
JULY - AUGUST
July 4-6– The school office will be closed.
July 9 – School office will reopen. Summer hours will be 8 am to 3 pm Tuesdays – Thursdays. The main office will be closed Mondays and Fridays.
July 17 –August 9 – Extended Year Program is being offered in all academic areas on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 8-11 am at Epping High School
July 17 – August 9 – Title I Summer Program is offering individual or small group reading and math reinforcement to help children improve their reading math and computer skills. The program is being offered on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 8-11 am at Epping High School.
September 4 – First Day of School Celebration for students in Grades 1-5 from 8:20 - 9:30 am. Parents are invited to join their children and our teachers and administrators on our first day of school. This celebration is an opportunity for parents to meet other parents, get to know the people who have a shared interest in your children’s education, and learn some easy and effective ways to help them throughout the school year.
September 4 – Preschool Orientation – Teachers will be sending information home regarding the time your child is scheduled for this orientation.
September 5 – First Day of School for Preschool
September 5 – Kindergarten Orientation – Teachers will be sending information home regarding the time your child is scheduled for this orientationSeptember 6 – First Day of School for Kindergarten
Epping Middle School has several wonderful end of year traditions that have been exciting for students, families and staff!
Epping Boy Scout Troop 136 truly lives by the Boy Scout Law. Each and every one of the Scouts that came to Epping Middle School on a stifling hot Memorial Day Weekend day to work to make our school’s courtyard beautiful are loyal and helpful to say the least. Scout Zach Hodgman coordinated this service project with the school. After a productive afternoon beautifying this common space the Troop made plans to continue this service project in coordination with the school each spring.
|Thank you Scouts!|
Grade 8 Dance on June 8, 2018
We want to extend our sincere gratitude to all of the volunteers who worked tirelessly to make this experience beautiful and special for our 8th graders! Thelma Thompson and Susan Gualtieri established a new tradition involving the 7th grade students and parents in setting up and most importantly, deciding on a theme for the event! This year, our theme was “Night Under the Stars.” We had beautiful weather and the courtyard was looking fabulous! The students looked fantastic, all dressed up! And so grown up!
Spring Music Concert Thank you Mr. Ludwig!!
On June 7th, the Epping Middle School Band, Jazz Band and Chorus performed their hearts out as this would be their last concert with their beloved band director, Mr. John Ludwig. It was a bittersweet evening full of show tunes and jazz standards. The Middle School will miss Mr. Ludwig and all that he has done for our school
|Spring Music Concert|
|Congratulations to the Class of 2018|
EHS Class of 2018 Top Ten
Rebecca Milbury, daughter of Erin and Matt Milbury is the valedictorian of the Class of 2018. She plans to attend the University of New Hampshire to study business (Paul Scholar/Honors).
Keelin Berger, daughter of Aveen Kenny Berger and Jeffrey Berger is the salutatorian of the Class of 2018. She plans to attend Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to study environmental engineering.
Konrad Hodgman, son of Kristin and Robert Hodgman. He plans to attend Ashland University (Ohio) to study history and political science.
Evelyn Carleton, daughter of Nicole and Tom Carleton. She plans to attend the University of New Hampshire to study in the College of Life Science & Agriculture, undeclared.
Katie Pelletier, daughter of Lynn and Dan Pelletier. She plans to attend the University of New Hampshire to study earth sciences teaching.
Everett Brown Jr., son of Tara and Everett Brown. He plans to attend Great Bay Community College to study computer science.
Emma Coolidge, daughter of Catherine and Stephen Coolidge She plans to attend the University of New Hampshire to study exercise science.
Veronica Hackett, daughter of Camille and Michael Hackett. She plans to attend the University of New Hampshire to study English.
Stephanie DiFrancesco, daughter of Linda and John DiFrancesco. She plans to attend the University of New England to study nursing.
Brendan Sacco, son of Jennifer and Dave Gray, Kenneth and Kristen Sacco. He plans to attend the University of New Hampshire to study music education.