Schools

March-April 2018 | Volume 11, Issue 2

Newsletter Schedule

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Epping School District News

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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/.

Epping Elementary School (EES)

EES School Calendar

MARCH

Feb. 26-Mar. 2 – NO SCHOOL – WINTER VACATION

Mar. 5 – Classes resume

Mar. 5 – PTO meeting 7:00 pm in the EES Art Room.  Free babysitting in the Library.

Mar. 7 – Grade 4 Field Trip to State House and Historical Society

Mar. 13 NO SCHOOL-Professional Development Day

Mar. 14 – Family STEAM Night for Grades 3-5 – 6:20 pm

Mar. 17 – EES Barnes & Noble Book Fair at Fox Run Mall – 10:00 am-2:00 pm

Mar. 24 – PTO Pancake Breakfast & Easter Bunny pictures – 8:30-10:30 am

                Free Easter Egg Hunt on EES field – 10:30-11:30 am

Mar. 27 – Music in Our Schools Concert 4th & 5th Grade Band & Chorus – 6:30 pm

APRIL

April 2– PTO meeting 7:00 pm in the EES Art Room.  Free babysitting in the Library.

April 5, 6– EES presents “Pirates the Musical” –in EMS Gym – 6:30 pm

April 23-27 NO SCHOOL – SPRING VACATION

Honor Society Book Fair at Barnes & Noble

The National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS) is sponsoring a Book Fair at Barnes & Noble (45 Gosling road, Newington, Crossings at the Fox Run Mall) on Saturday, March 17th to help support the Artist in Residence program at EES.  The choir will be performing and there will be face painting and crafts as well.  

If you are unable to attend this event, but would like to purchase some books, please go to bn.com/bookfairs during our online dates, March 17th to March 24th by entering the Book Fair ID 12334025 at checkout.

Epping Middle School (EMS)

Second Quarter Honor Roll

8th Grade:

Highest Honors:

Sarah Brassil, Melissa Daigle, Jade Gagnon, Michael Picard, Haley Williamson

Honor Roll:

Ella Fenstermacher, Owen Finkelstein, Jessica Galante, Alexander Greubel, Zachary Hodgman, Jacob Loving, Ciretta MacKenzie, Stamatis Maschas, Patrick McTague, David Meyer, Zachary Orthman, Mikhail Ozols, Aryana Patnaude, Abigail Purchas, Rachel Robinson, Julia Ruel-Grand, Rachel Swanson, Molly Tessier, Morgan Witmer

7th Grade:

Highest Honors:

Mackenzie Milbury, Luke Snyder

Honor Roll:

Riley Ahlschlager, Brooke Bacon, Sophia Bade, Kaelin Beattie, Maddison Beltran, Cooper Bernier, Ta'lisa Burnett, Kaitlyn Chapman, Austin Clark, Jared DeCourcy, Brendon Follansbee, Allison Galante, Christian Ginsberg, Olivia Gosselin, Samuel Gosselin, Leah Hackett, Kaylin Hennessy, Payton Hull, Daniel Johnson, Emma LaChapelle, James Le, Brady Lewis, Cassidy Lustenberger, Nathan McTague, Sophia Morang, Pacy Morgado, Dillin Munroe, Brooke Needham, Lindsey Parents, Miriam Peck, Maiya Poloian, Brady Powicki, Annalee Roy, Carly Sanborn, Lilly Sheerin, Olivia Sousa, Christopher Sullivan, Sarrah Wilkins, Aaron Wyatt

6th Grade:

Highest Honors:

Dylan DuLong, Isabella Greubel, Chanah Katz, Shawna Lin, Autumn Loving, Sarah McTague, Casey Morin, Charlize Stevens

Honor Roll:

Nichola Albro, Ayla Bennett, Aiden Blakney, Jessica Brassil, Burton Campbell, Daniel Ciriello, Samantha Cronshaw, Scarlett Demars, Amelia Harper, Wyatt Idell, Lillian Long, Myleigh Martin, Maelie McAniff, Malaney McAniff, Autumn Patterson, Aidan Rossel, Annabelle Shumway, Skyler Simard, Logan Snyder, Jasmine Terrio, Jacob Twombly, Ryan Worcester, Delaney Yates, Ryan Zheng

Writing Contest Winners

EMS is proud of our Foster’s Daily Democrat 37th Annual Writing Contest winners!     Out of 19 winners in the Grades 7 & 8 Writing category, five were from our Epping Middle School.  Congratulations to Wyatt Noel, Zachary Hodgman, Jade Gagnon, Haley Williamson, and Mikey Picard.  And Wyatt Noel was one of eight perfect scores in writing.

 

 

 

 

Artist in Residence Program

This year we are excited to host Robert Rossel as our featured artist in residence at the Middle School. Mr. Rossel has been working with clay for more than 25 years. He majored in Ceramics at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. After graduation, he moved to Southern Japan where he completed a Master Apprenticeship in Classical Ceramics with Nomora Junji. Once he returned to the US, Robert completed an assistantship with nationally renowned ceramic artist, John Glick. Robert moved to NH in 1995 and became a juried member of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen. He has created large-scale tile murals with schools throughout New England and has worked with thousands of school children. Robert is the owner of Symmetry Tile Works located in Epping, NH. His tiles are handmade and covered in crushed, recycled glass. Rob's tiles are used in backsplashes, showers, pools and anywhere else people want to add a bit of beauty.

Over the next two weeks, Mr. Rossel will be working with all EMS students to create mosaics and tiles that will be placed on functional decorative cubes, which will be displayed in the EMS lobby. The mosaics and tiles will consist of recycled clay tiles and glass; students will be designing stamps, produced by our in-house 3-D printer, to stamp the tops of cubes. This project integrates multiple disciplines that will come together in a beautiful addition to our school all the kids can be proud of!

Epping High School (EHS)

Second Quarter Honor Roll

Epping High School announces its Honor Roll for the Second Quarter of the 2017/2018 school year.  Congratulations to the following students:

Grade 9:

Principal’s List:

Alexa Bade, Joshua Coolidge, Alexa Guarante, Katrina Jennings, Erika MacLeod, Peter McTague, Jack Meyer, Simeon Mills, Taya Morgado, Jenna Needham, Luke Rossel, Emma Roussel, Abigail Roy, Amara Stevens, Haleigh Sullivan, Cassidy Wall, Abigail Walsh, Megan Webber

Honors:

Nicholas Greubel, Tayler Holt, Scott Johnson, Madison Lambert, Mackenzie McAniff, Dillon McKenzie, Benjamin Milbury,     

Honorable Mention:

Quinton Burleigh, Vanessa Clark, Kendall Crenshaw, Trevor Hovey, Ashlan Idell, Arianna Murphy, David Parents, Ciara Patey, Sean Thornton Jr., Isabella Walley

Grade 10:

Principal’s List:

Mikayla Berger, Calle Bisaillon, Avalon Brown, Laura Duguie, Reese Idell, Keyghan Lewis, Trey Loving, Oakley Lustenberger, Olivia Parents, Hayley Pelletier, Jacob Van Amburgh, Victor Waddell, Faith Williamson, Joey Zheng

Honors:

Luke Barker, Noah Bilodeau, Joseph Furey, Samantha Johnson, Ava Montalbano, Kayla Orthman, Isabella Snyder, Sharon Swanson

Honorable Mention:

Hannah Armstrong, Lyndsey Chevalier, Molly Gallagher, Jacob Hansen, Karissa Martin

Grade 11

Principal’s List:

Mikayla Ball, Benjamin Fowler, Marc Giudice, Gracia Jordan, Adam LePage, Ashley Martin, Maya Martin, Allison Nee, Jennifer Nikolova, Lily O’Connell, Julianna Re

Honors:

Meghan Galante, Emilie LeBlanc, Destiny McKay, Casey Needham, Kaitlyn Nichols, Lauren Robbins

Honorable Mention:

Adria Bennett, Hannah Jacoby, Rachel Martin, Alexis McDuffee, Haley Munguia, Michaela Sable, Morgan Shanley

Grade 12

Principal’s List:

Keelin Berger, Everett Brown, Jr., Veronica Hackett, Konrad Hodgman, Rebecca Milbury, Katie Pelletier

Honors:

Evelyn Carleton, Emma Coolidge, Kiley LaFond, Caleb West

Honorable Mention:

Victoria Comerford, Aletha DeMarais, Stephanie DiFrancesco, Kirsten Munafo, Jurell Roxas, Ryan Sylvain