As you know, Governor Sununu has required schools to move to a remote learning platform through at least April 3. At Souhegan High School, we will be using online learning technologies for instruction and support. Last week, Souhegan staff engaged in professional development on both online education technology tools and instructional strategies. Last Friday, teachers shared their online learning plans with students. This document provides information and guidance on the structures and processes Souhegan High School will be using during our period of remote learning.
Souhegan defeats Londonderry in round one of Granite State Challenge.
Today Evelyn Dowd was named Poetry Out Loud winner and Sarah Bernyk was named runner-up! All of the students delivered outstanding performances!
What do you do when you’ve got a question you just can’t find the answer to? Souhegan junior Alex Karpawich decided to go straight to the source.
How does my biology become my biography? Students in Jess Tremblay’s Understanding Psychology class recently explored this question as part of the unit that examines the relationship between human sensation and perceptions.
On February 5, nearly 10,000 New Hampshire schoolchildren are expected to cast ballots in the nation’s only primary mock election. For the first time, Souhegan High School student journalists will be collaborating with NHPBS and Franklin Pierce University to livestream the excitement of the Primary Mock Election, providing a running tally of votes and interviews with participating voters, elected officials, campaign staff and candidates.
Banghart, a Manchester native, played basketball at Souhegan High School and Dartmouth College before she began her coaching career.
Souhegan High School will pause from its daily class schedule to engage in activities and conversation geared toward self-care, balance and creating a safe, secure community.
Congratulations to the following Souhegan students who were selected to the All New England Band Festival which was held on Nov. 25th at Plymouth State.
Congratulations to the SHS music students who have been selected to the 2020 NH All-State Ensembles. Students were chosen by audition results from this past Saturday’s auditions.
As part of a recent senior English project students conducted a study of human character that combines literature and psychology to explore the question, “How do fictional children reflect or diverge from established child development theories?”