John Stark Regional High School

SAU 24 Completes Energy Efficient Lighting Projects at Henniker, John Stark and Center Woods

When visiting Center Woods Elementary, Henniker Community School or John Stark Regional High School, you may notice the new clean-looking, energy efficient lighting. Working with energy efficiency experts from Energy Management Consultants (EMC), and Eversource, these SAU 24 schools now have state-of-the-art lighting systems that enhance interior and exterior lighting and save money. In total, the projects will save SAU 24 schools $80,000 per year in power costs.

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Amnesty International Student Chapter Participates in 20th Get on the Bus for Human Rights

Photo Credit:  Eli Tyrrel-Walker

The John Stark Amnesty International Student Chapter traveled to NYC on April 17th to participate in the 20th Get on the Bus for Human Rights, an annual day of human rights education and activism organized by Amnesty International USA Group 133 of Somerville, MA. This event draws hundreds of students and activists from all over the Northeast. This powerful day of human rights education and peaceful action took place in front of the consulates and U.N. Mission offices in support of human rights. This year’s rally  called for action on several topics including: China to release Tibetan prisoners of conscience, Sri Lanka to end impunity for the assailants of the Trinco Five, Azerbaijan to release activists and prisoners of conscience Leyla and Arif Yunus, and Russia to release Ukrainians detained inside Russia.

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.


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