16th Annual College Convention for High School Juniors and Parents
Saturday, March 14th
Snow date: Sunday, March 15th
The event is FREE!!!
Pre-Registration opens on February 5th and is Required.
Register at: www.destinationcollege.org
Attendees have access to a wide variety of college planning workshops, get to hear a student keynote
speaker, and have the opportunity to participate in a scholarship raffle and attend a college fair.
This event is hosted by Plymouth State University and sponsored by The NHHEAF Network
Organizations in partnership with NH Colleges & Universities.
Tonight's 8th Grade Parent's Night will be rescheduled; however, tonight's Hockey Game will continue as planned at NEC at 8pm. All other after school activities for Jan 28 are cancelled.
The Quebec trip planned for Jan 29th is continuing as planned.
8th GRADE PARENT NIGHT
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH AT 6:30
The administration and faculty at John Stark Regional High School cordially invite you and your son/daughter to our 8th Grade Parent Night. During this evening, the administration will meet with parents to discuss the high school experience and the many opportunities that will be available to your son/daughter over the next four years. We will go over the registration process and important information to assist in the transition from middle to high school.
Click on the image below or THIS LINK to see more images from the 2014 Winter Carnival!
A year ago this event was cancelled because of a major gymnasium repair. It was as if the whole school tried to make up for what was missed last year. The students at John Stark dressed up with lots of spirit.
Day 1: Frozen was the theme, the seniors had decorated their hallway as the Town of Arendelle over the weekend so when the school came in dressed up as the cast and characters from Frozen it all made sense.
Day 2: was Twin Day so many variations…a group of teachers got into this day and all dressed up as Things from Dr. Seuss.
Day 3: was Holiday sweater and Crocs and Socks – this might have potentially been my favorite day, so many varieties of holiday sweaters brought smiles to everyone – light up vests, snowman and Santas all over the place.
Day 4: was cartoon character Day – academic classes joined up to do the cast and characters from different shows. Here is a forensic class dressed as Bobs Burgers
Throughout this week each class competed in what is called a Penny War – classes want to get as many pennies as possible, but the catch is that anything that is not a penny counts against the totals. The seniors were taking the lead for most of the week, but on Day 4 a single freshman student dropped of 2700 pennies. In total the classes raised $583 from the Penny Wars and will be donating that money to the local Food Pantries of Weare and Henniker.
Click on the image above or THIS LINK to see more images from the 2014 Winter Carnival!