SRHS Update: Week of May 7

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. Speaking of the PTO....
OUR new PTO will be holding its first major fundraiser on the evening of Friday May 18. It will be a comedy show at Sawyers. Tickets will be on sale after vacation for $20 each. Your ticket includes free appetizers, access to lots of raffle prize options, and a cash bar. Two Vegas comedians will perform. This will be a GREAT night out. Save the date!

Meanwhile, to make this event a success, the PTO needs donations of items or gift certificates for the raffles. Please see the attached letter for information on how YOU can help support the PTO in collecting these items. I hope you will consider coming out for a great night of laughs on May 18 too! The attached flyer tells you how you can order tickets for this great event.

2. T
he May Guidance Calendar is attached to this email.
3. Monday May 7 (tonight) at 7 pm the High School Band, Jazz Band and the Chorus will have their final concert performance of the year. Please come out and support all the hard work the students have been doing this year to bring this concert to you.
The Sanborn Music Boosters will be holding a bake sale and raffle. We will have 2 fabulous raffle prizes available. Tickets cost only $ 1.00 each or 6 for $ 5.00.
You choose which raffle to enter.
Raffle # 1 is a baseball theme package which includes One family admission to the Sports Museum at TD Garden in Boston and 4 tickets to the Fenway Park Tours!
Raffle #2 is 4 Tickets to Davis Farmland Adventures in Sterling Mass which is good for either the Davis Farmland Park – ideal for Children 12 and under or Davis Mega Maze which is good for any age and valid until November 2012. For more info go to
4. I have attached a letter of important senior dates that was distributed to all seniors before vacation. It also describes how graduation will work. Please review.
5. The prom is this Friday. Students who are interested in purchasing a ticket for the coach bus should see Karen Ladd ASAP. Tickets are $10. Students who are attending the prom must be in school for the entirety of the (half) day, have their ticket included with their invitation for admission, and any attendees from outside Sanborn must have a form filled out and given to Karen Ladd, in addition to bringing a picture ID the night of prom OR they will not be allowed inside. The promenade starts at the high school at 5pm, with the prom starting at the Seaglass at 6:30 and ending at 11:30. No large bags will be permitted into the venue, only small purses. Security will be present in addition to a Salisbury police officer who will check purses upon entrance.
6. 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.
7. 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.
8. 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 fundraising 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.
9. The music Boosters are running a mattress fundraiser this Saturday. See below for more details:
Mattress Fundraiser Sale!!!
Ø All sizes available (TWIN, FULL, QUEEN, KING)
Ø 18 different styles including memory foam and latex!
Ø All Brand New with Factory Warranties!
Ø Delivery Available - Cash, Checks and Credit Cards
Proceeds Go Directly To The Music Programs
SAVE 30%-60% OFF RETAIL!!!
When: Saturday May 12th
Where: Sanborn High School Cafeteria
17 Danville Rd. Kingston
Time: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Support the Music!
10. Finally...
This message is from the post-prom planning committee:
The After-Prom Party will be held at the High School from Midnight until
5:00am. There is no cost to the student or the school for anything for the
After-Prom Party.

The After-Prom Party will be Beach Theme, casual dress. We will have a rack
for the kids to hang their tux and gowns (although we cannot take
responsibility for the outfits as we do not have the adult man-power to have
a 'coat-room'). The kids can bring a bag w/ change of clothes with them to
school, bags can be dropped off at the front office (their bags will be
searched at that time to ensure safety at After-Prom Party). Ensure bag is
clearly marked with the student's name.

It is a substance-free, adult supervised event. We will have a bonfire at
Midnight (with Kingston Fire Dept at fireside), we will serve donated pizza
& Mini-Moe's sandwiches, soda/water.

Then at 1:00 am they will enter the High School, once they enter high school
all bags are searched by Kingston Police Dept /School Board Member then the
student will sign in and must stay at party until 5am (if the student wants
to leave the party then a parent/guardian must come to the HS and sign out
the student(s) and take full responsibility for the departing student).
Students that have the appearance of being "under the influence", as
determined by the police officers, will not be allowed entrance into the
After-Prom Party.

The After-Prom Party Planning Committee have been raising funds to have the
following entertainment (and with the generous donations from local
businesses and parents - please see sponsor board at the High School):

A DJ will play starting after bonfire, to keep the dancing going... if
students want the DJ will also have some interactive games.

A Photo Booth (with box of props for some silly fun) with unlimited usage.

2 giant inflatables (an obstacle course w/basketball hoop & a 'moon walk'
bounce house).

ping pong, basketball, volleyball w/beach ball, movies in auditorium for
those that want to relax, raffles (for all attendees) throughout the party.
If weather warm enough the students will be allowed out on the patio off the
cafe (so long as we have enough adult supervision).

Working toward having a "boardwalk" type thing with different food places,
popcorn / soft pretzels / cotton candy / fudge, going along the "walk"
{although we don't have this stuff purchased yet}.

Ice Cream Social about 2:30am.

at 4:00am Party will end with a continental breakfast and the Grand Prize
will be drawn. Grand Prize is the cost of 2 prom tickets and 2 coach bus
tickets refunded to student ($150.00). Only the Junior/Senior students will
receive a ticket for the Grand Prize.

The kids will be able to leave/be picked up without being signed out at

If you would like to donate toward the After-Prom Party, you can send a
check to the school (mail or student can drop off at front office if want).
Write check payable "Class of 2013/SRHS" and in memo line write 'After-Prom

If a parent would like to volunteer to chaperone / help set-up / help serve
breakfast / or clean up at the After-Prom Party please let me know.

What we really need help with is chaperoning at the party and it can be done
in shifts for a couple hours per shift. Your child does not have to worry
about you "hanging around" them because there are so many things to do that
we chaperones will be working all over the party area (two years ago my
daughter had to come find me if she want to see me - and she did!) - no one
"follows" the students around during the party.

If you have any questions contact me (see below):
Thanks, Theresa

After-Prom Party Planning Committee - 2012 Prom
for the Sanborn Regional High School
(603) 702-0011


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