1st row, l-r: MacKenzie Pelkey, Kayleigh Zervos. Sam Russell, Nikos Biskaduros, Caitlin Mooney, Alex Zintel, Greg Labrie, Alesha Kimball
2nd row: Eamon Scott, Alexa Silva, Alycia Silva, Chris Mann, John Hagan, George Lord, Jackson Flanders, Brianna St. Clair
3rd row: Cailee Greene, Quianna Willard, Jake Silva, Marisa Dobbins, Warren Quinlan, Noah Payeur, Owen Payeur
Artwork by several students has been selected as Scholastic Art Award winners. Two of our students, Molly Glover and Caleb Roush won the highest award given, the Gold Key in the Portfolio category. Portfolio entries consist of eight artworks that are evaluated for originality, technical skill, and personal vision. Molly and Caleb's work will travel on for National judging in NYC. All of the artwork is on exhibit at The Stockbridge Theatre at Pinkerton Academy through February 5. List of all winners click on attachment below.
Molly GloverBrianna MartelMia PaveglioSkylar Bergeron
L to R:Marisa Dobbins, Skylar Bergeron, Jacob Couture, Joseph Simeone, Rylee Ledoux, Avery Gorhan, Allie McKean, Sara Medvetz, Sydney Story, Brenna Hopkins, Sarah Wagner, Jillian Douzanis, Quianna Willard, Gregory Labrie, Nicole Yelle, Alycia Silva, Jake Reynolds, Jocelyn Dimond, Brooke Shatney, and Julia Meisser
Twenty new members were inducted into the National Honor Society on November 14. NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Congratulations.
Division II Champions
Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Soccer, they won Sunday against Oyster River 4-0 to become the Division II State Champions.
Great Season Ladies
Leo Club Volunteers Work along the Roadside
John Stark’s adopted Sponsor-A-Highway location is on Route 114 (from the high school south to Route 77). Twice each year John Stark’s Leo Club volunteers trek up and down the two mile stretch picking up trash strewn along the roadside. Yesterday October 27th, the seven Leo Club student volunteers and faculty advisors Carey Hagen and Deb Conley spent a few hours picking up trash and filled seventeen large blue bags with trash.
Photo (l-r): Skyler Bergeron, Mitchell Dionne, Jake Silva, Alycia Silva, Brenna Hopkins, Marisa Dobbins, Jeremy Aubin, Patrick Kalob, William Shattuck
Students in the We the People class at John Stark Regional High School traveled to the state Supreme Court on October 5 and heard arguments in the Robert Breest case and had a brief audience with the prosecutor and the defence attorney after the argument. The We the People class taught by Dan Marcus at John Stark is designed to promote civic competence and responsibility among America’s youth.
Left to right: Emily Durica, Rachel Keon, Suzanne Carmichael, Mercedes Camacho and Alexis Slade
Four students from Suzanne Carmichael Women's Studies classes participated in the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes (WAM) event at the statehouse in Concord on October 5. More than 100 men (and some women) walked a mile in heels to raise money for the Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire and awareness about domestic violence. The students volunteered at the event with Ms. Carmichael by handing out water and helping participants chronicle the event with photos.
John Stark uses Geskus for all of our school photo needs, and this includes the Senior Photos in the yearbook. They have generously offered to take yearbook photos at NO COST for seniors. Seniors who wish to take advantage of this option will schedule their photo appointment with the Yearbook during the month of November.
Geskus does offer other options for additional sitting fees, so please feel free to hear the options, but know that you are ultimately under no obligation to pay anything if all you desire is your photo in the yearbook.
Geskus Appointment Number: 1-800-948-1120
Geskus will be on site at John Stark Regional High School in November. Seniors will be able to schedule an appointment at JSR during their free block or before/after school.
-Not all seniors can afford to have professional photos, so we can provide this for all seniors at no cost.
-No candids, photos taken in the back yard, photos taken with a personal camera etc…will be accepted as a senior portrait. There are pages for candid shots, so if seniors have a candid they want in the yearbook, there will be a chance to submit these in the fall, but this will not be used as their OFFICIAL SENIOR PHOTO.
DEADLINE: The deadline to submit a Senior Photo is December 1st. NO PHOTOS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DEADLINE.
In the past, many seniors have selected other professional photographers to take their senior photos. Please feel free to contact the Yearbook if you would like a list of photographers that students have used in the past.
If you have another professional photographer in mind, please email the name and contact information the Yearbook ASAP.
If you have already have had a Senior Photo taken, please submit the photo to yearbook via email or on a CD. Please make sure the format is jpeg and that the file name includes both your first and last name.
It is our desire to have the best quality yearbook possible while making sure every senior has access to a professional photo for their Senior Portrait.
The Yearbook Staff
**If you have a professional studio that you prefer, please email the contact information so we can contact the studio to arrange the release rights of the photo for print in the yearbook.**