Have you been writing , poems , short stories and other creative works? Would you like to see them published? Well, just submit them to Evelyn Cutting , Sophia Pettit,Kassie McLay or Mr. Harlow and you just might find them in the latest issue of the "Folio" Newfound's literary magazine. And we are looking for people who would be interested in putting the magazine together. Talk to us now!
Horseback riding in a rain forest, visiting a volcano at night - white-water rafting in Costa Rica sound like fun to you??
Anyone interested in traveling to Central America next Spring is eligible for a $100.00 discount if you sign up by end of the day( ).
Only $50.00 saves you a spot, and guarantees you the price break.
See Miss Moore for more details. ALL ARE WELCOME!!
Congratulations to Mrs. Barbara Kelly for being named New Hampshire School Nurse of the Year by the NH School Nurses' Association! Newfound is proud!!
The Literary magazine, The Folio, will be meeting Thursday, March 23 at 3 pm in room 216. All poets, artists and creative writers are invited to attend.
Congratulations to Ashlee Dukette and Amanda Johnston for being named to the Division 3 Girls Basketball All State 1st Team and to Savanna Bony for being named to the Honorable Mention team. In addition, special congratulations to Ashlee Dukette, who was selected as the Division 3 Girls Basketball Player of the Year.
Spring signup forms are on the bulletin board outside Mr. Cofran’s office. All necessary paperwork is on the school website. Any questions, see Mr. Cofran.
Newfound’s Unified Sports program, in conjunction with SALT, will be participating in the Winni Plunge this Sunday at the Margate in Laconia. Money raised will go to Special Olympics of New Hampshire which in turn supports our Unified Soccer team. The Bear Trap will be open today with all proceeds going to the Plunge. If you would like to donate, at other times this week, please see Mr. Lellos, Zeke, Ethan Pruett, Alec Dostie, Ms. Burge, Ms Presley or Mr. Cofran.
New Hampshire Environmental Educators (NHEE) is an organization whose mission is to advocate for high quality environmental education in NH. Each year educators are recognized by NHEE for their work in environmental education. Mr. Dumont was nominated for NHEE's Environmental Educator of the Year in the High School Category.
Mr. Dumont's involvement in getting Newfound students outdoors including Hunter education, outdoor labs, Bridge Academy, outdoor club, school grounds plantings, collaboration with Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest and more have won Mr Dumont New Hampshire High School Environmental Educator of the Year. The award will be presented at the end of March at the NHEE Annual Meeting.
Please congratulate Mr Dumont!
Fuel-Up at Circle K to Support Newfound Regional High School!
This year, show your school pride by fueling up at the Circle K at 290 Route 104 New Hampton, NH! As part of Circle K’s “Fueling Our Schools” campaign, one-‐cent of every gallon of fuel purchased at this location’s specially-‐marked fuel pump will be donated to our school (up to $2,000 per year!).
Each quarter, we’ll use this money to address a different area of need, such as Pedometers for students to help create an improved awareness of health.
On special “Fuel Up” Nights, we have the opportunity to make an even greater impact. On these nights, 10 cents of each gallon of fuel sold at our local Circle K will be donated to the school! The National Fuel Up Night is on from
Spring sport sign-ups are on the bulletin board outside Mr. Cofran’s office.