John Stark Regional High School


Earn credit while traveling through beautiful Italy!

Earn credit while traveling through beautiful Italy!  This April 2015 break, Ms. Smart and Mr. Sullivan are offering a travel abroad course, Classical Voyage, where you will learn Italian language, culture and history.  Visit the ancient Colosseum, tour the ruins of Pompeii, swim in the Mediterranean sea at Capri and take a gondola ride through the Venice.  

The best way to learn about history is to see it in person!  Spaces are still available for this course but enrollment period ends in November.  Classes will meet during Flex block.  See Ms. Smart or Mr. Sullivan for more information. 

 

Culminating Weare 250th Celebration to be held at John Stark

The final event of the Weare Historical Society’s year-long 250th Celebration will be held at John Stark Regional High School on Sunday, September 21, the original date the Weare Town Charter was signed, from 11 AM to 1 PM. Weare’s 250th Commemorative Luncheon will begin at 11 AM in the school atrium where you will be greeted by John Stark students and staff at various stations depicting different aspects of Weare history.

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Signs of Suicide (SOS) Program

Students who are enrolled in health class this semester will be learning about suicide prevention in a different way.   In addition to their assigned health teachers Garison Rogacki and Deb Apiki, the school psychologist, Tammy Zielinski and the school adjustment counselor, Erin Murphy will facilitate the discussion of the topic.  The Signs of Suicide (SOS) Program is a universal suicide prevention program.  The goal of the SOS Program is for school staff, students, and parents to learn about depression, suicide, and the associated risks of alcohol/drug use, and increase confidence to seek help for those who need it.  Students will participate by attending their regularly scheduled health class.  We hope that the program will help instill confidence in your high school student, staff, and parents about identifying the signs of depression and suicide and how to access help if someone needs it.  Additional information on the topic is available on the school website and there will be an informational session offered during parent teacher conferences in November.  If you have any questions about this topic or your students’ participation, feel free to contact Tammy Zielinski, school psychologist 539-5352 or Erin Murphy, adjustment counselor at 529-5317.