SRHS Update: Week of May 21

Dear Parents, Students, and Friends of Sanborn Regional High School. May and June are jam-packed with lots of events as we start to close out the 2011-2012 school year. Here are your important announcements for the week:
1. Did you know we now have our very own PTO? Please consider joining. The membership form is attached. Thank you to all who came out to support the PTO in their first official fundraiser -- a Comedy Night at Sawyer's in Plaistow. The PTO raised almost $2000 for our kids!
2. I have attached an important letter regarding graduation expectations that was mailed home to all parents of graduating seniors on May 10.

3. It was brought to my attention that a letter sent home to Seniors earlier this month listed the Senior Sports Banquet at DiBurro's as occurring on Tuesday June 5. It is actually occurring on Wednesday June 6. Please adjust your calendars, and sorry for the confusion!
3. For those attending, the top ten percent dinner will be held tonight at 5:00pm in the cafeteria.

4. Announcing Sanborn Regional High School’s Annual Community Day Of Caring For Residents of Kingston, Newton and Fremont on Wed June 6, 2012 from9 AM to 1:00 PM  

Sanborn Regional High School’s Class of 2012 is going to continue the Sanborn tradition of giving back to the community during our annual Community Day of Caring.  The Community Day of Caring is one of the many things which make Sanborn such a special place.  Our seniors would like to express their gratitude to our 3 communities by volunteering in the Community.
We invite anyone from Fremont, Newton, or Kingston to give us a call the high school if they have any jobs big or small that can be attended to by students of the senior class. There are more than 180 students in the senior class, and it would be ideal to put them all to work, so don’t be afraid to give us a call!
Some students will be working with Ms. Achilich’s Environmental Science class by planting and landscaping at the Valley Lane Town Forest in Kingston.  But we have plenty of other talented and responsible students.
If you need some furniture moved, spring cleaning, yards raked, computers, TVs or phones programmed, porches and basements cleaned, or other tasks; please call the High School at 642-3341, extension 100 and leave a message for Mr. Kelly about the Day of Caring or email him at  You will be amazed at how much our students can accomplish in a short time. And you will be able to meet some of Sanborn’s finest representatives.
5. Next Tuesday, May 29, we will hold our senior awards night at 6:00pm in the auditorium. Underclassmen awards will be presented at an awards ceremony on June 5 at 1:00pm.

6. If you have an adventurous child with a passion for community service and understanding world cultures, they should consider joining the Outing Club on their April 2013 trip to Ecuador!  We already have 8 students signed up, but would like at least 4 more!  There is still time to sign up!  Please visit the World Challenge website for more information and have your child see Ms. Ladd or Mrs. Achilich.  The trip includes a visit to the capital of Quito, with the rest of the trip spent in the Rainforest, where we will complete a multi-day community service project and take multiple hiking excursions, go whitewater rafting, cook and eat with local people, and visit the world renowned markets.  It will be the trip of a lifetime!   Contact Ms. Ladd at or Mrs. Achilich at for more information.

7. It is never too early to think about summer school. This year SRHS will be holding our own program for the first time ever. This will be the "preferred" option for students who need to recover credits or competencies from courses from this past school year. Please review the attached handout for more information.

8. SRHS is also proud to announce that it will hold a summer drama enrichment program. I have attached a brochure with more details on this exciting opportunity.

9. The Sanborn Regional High School Golf Team is hosting a golf tournament on Saturday, June 2, 2012, at the Apple Hill Golf Course at 69 East Road in East Kingston, NH 03827. The cost is $90.00 per Golfer which includes 18 Holes of Golf with cart, Italian Feast, gift bag with various local coupons and surprises, prizes for 1st and 2nd place teams, prizes for longest accurate drive, prizes for closest to the pin, and "on the green” 50/50. A sign-up sheet and hole sponsorship form can be found in the Athletic office at the High School or by emailing the fund-raising committee at or If you have any questions please contact: Christine Pasto (978)-994-1134, Chris Palladino at (603)479-0659, or Julie Palladino at (603)-247-3254.

Have a great week everyone!


Popular posts from this blog

My Message to Parents in Prom Night