Senior Capstone Project - Ideas


CapStone Project Idea Page

Submitted by members of the John Stark Community

8'X40" Mural- Autumn Hills Campground is looking for someone to design and paint a outdoor/nature/camp theme mural on a blank palette wall.  You will be asked to submit an artist's plan including sketches and colors.  Contact Ellen Bagley Autumn Hills Campground  529-2425

Wellness/Nutrition Project Additional Hour:  Log additional hours by becoming a member of the JRSHS Wellness Committee.  Contact Mrs. Apiki at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Work with PLC (Piscataquog Land Conservancy) on trail building & maintenance, writing and creating trail guides, putting up signs for protected lands, or running a nature education program for youth or adults.  See www.PLCNH.org  for more information or Contact Paula Bellemore at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Start an Intramural Program at John Stark. Get your fellow students motivated and playing intramural sports afterschool!  

JSR "Arbor Day": an interested student could identify locations on our property where it would be appropriate to plant trees. The student could raise funds for this cause and organize a day of planting in the spring/fall.

Cross Country Ski Team: an interested student could schedule and help interested skiers participate in NHIAA Div. II meets. As we currently have a ski team, there are no political obstacles to overcome to do this. Many underclassmen are interested in participating on a team.

Track Meet: an interested student could organize one of the track meets that John Stark will host next year at our track. This could involve organizing a snack shack, recruiting volunteers, helping to organize/purchase equipment, etc.

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