John Stark Regional High School


Stark Football Players Selected for NH Shrine Sugar Bowl Team

 

John Stark football players Zachary Feudner and Jacob Sawyer have been selected for the New Hampshire team to play the 62nd Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, considered one of the premier all-star high school football games in the entire country. The game is played between two all-star teams of high school graduated seniors from New Hampshire and Vermont.  Screening committees of eight coaches chaired by Shrine head coaches select the teams. The only other John Stark student ever named to the Maple Sugar Bowl Team was Tyler Nicol in 2004. This year’s Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl will be played at Castleton State College in Vermont on August 1 at 5:30 PM. Tickets will be $15 with all proceeds to benefit Shrine Hospitals in the Northeast.

 

John Stark Students Participate in Rotary 4-Way Speech Contest

L to R: Hailey Nase, Aliyah Browne, Jason Reid.
Photo Credit: John Capuco

John Stark students swept the local Rotary 4-Way Speech contest on Saturday, April 4th sponsored by the Henniker Rotary. Congratulations to Hailey Nase who took third place, Jason Reid who took second, and Aliyah Browne who won the local contest and will move onto the semi-finals on April 19th.  Hazel Johnstone also participated along with students from Hillsboro-Deering. 

Principal's Coffee, April 8th

Please join other John Stark Parents on Wednesday, April 8 at 7:30 AM for our Principal’s Coffee. This is time  for casual conversation with Principal Chris Corkery and other John Stark parents. Come with questions or just to listen.
Any questions, contact Geri Lawton in the John Stark office, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Hill-Stark Music Festival

The John Stark Music Department will be teaming up with the Hillsboro-Deering High School Music Department this Friday, March 27th for the first ever Hill-Stark Music Festival.  Music students from both schools will rehearse throughout the day under the direction of John Stark Fine and Performing Arts Teachers Jayne Segedy and Dan Willams and Hillsboro Deering High School Music Teacher Heidi Welch. The culmination of the day’s efforts will be an evening concert at 7:00 PM in the JSRHS Café and is free and open to the public.

Poetry Out Loud Regional Competition

(l-r:)  Kathie Nitzschke, Hazel Johnstone, Nancy Gregory. Photo by JSRHS student Hannah Hagan.

​Congratulations to Katie Nitzschke and Hazel Johnstone who participated in the Poetry Out Loud Regional Competition last night at NEC​! Katie performed "The American Soldier" by Philip Freneau​ as the calibration poem,​ and Hazel ​competed with "As Children Know" by Jimmy Santiago Baca,​ ​"Make a Law So That the Spine Remembers Wings"​ ​by Larry Levis, and​ ​"Let the Light Enter" by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper​. ​Both Katie and Hazel have qualified for a renewable $10,000/year scholarship to the New Hampshire Institute of Art for their success in Poetry Out Loud​.​