This past Saturday, the Sabers Running Club, consisting of girls from the Souhegan Cross Country team, ran in the Nike Northeast Regional Cross Country Championships that included teams from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont, Rhode Island and New Hampshire. The Sabers Running Club had a great day as the team finished SECOND and qualified for next weekend's national championship in Oregon. CONGRATULATIONS!
Souhegan’s new student-staffed Writing Center launched this fall with 16 student writing coaches.
The SHS girls basketball team participated in a Hoops for Help jamboree at Great Bay Community College to benefit the Pease and Carrots food drive.
The hike was over the course of three days and followed part of the Appalachian Trail.
Six SHS students competed in the annual DYN Hack-a-Palooza programming competition at DYN in Manchester, NH.
Over thirty basketball players in grades 1-8 joined the SHS girls basketball team for the annual Tony Barksdale Clinic.
Combining literacy and electricity isn’t exactly intuitive, but two Souhegan High School teachers and the librarian took on the challenge through a project called “School Librarians Advancing STEM Learning” sponsored by Granite State College, the New Hampshire Department of Education and the American Association of School Librarians.
Souhegan student journalists and teacher, Adam Theriault, took a break from summer last week to the attend The Presidency and the Press, a five-day conference for high school media at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, NH.
On Saturday, June 11, Souhegan High School and SHS Science teacher, Jenny Deenik, were honored at the 23rd annual NH Excellence in Education Awards, informally known as the EDies.
Congratulations to SHS Science teacher, Julianne Mueller-Northcott, on receiving the Ocean Stewardship Award from the New England Aquarium.
Recent STEM Projects Build Bridges to the Community and Globe