Berlin High School announces Academic Achievement List for the fourth quarter of 2016-2017

BERLIN — The following students have been named to the Berlin High School Academic Achievement List for the fourth quarter for the 2016-2017 school year.

These students have received an unweighted numerical average of 90.0 or above for their coursework during the past quarter. This list is not related to the National Honor Society, rank-in-class or GPA.

Grade 9

Hunter Allbee, Faye-Marie Bellanceau, Dylan Bisson, Kaelyn Blais, Olivia Boucher, Brian Bourassa, Kayla Brown, Mary Champagne-Thibeault, Grace Clorite, Darrian Drapeau, Aaron Dumesnil, Trinity Gendron, Breeanna Haas, Haley Hamilton, Matthew King, Cameron Laflamme, Matthew Landry, Hayley Norton, Walter Reynolds, Natalie Williams and Maria-Regina Young.

Grade 10

Kelsey Alimandi, Jenah Arsenault, Joshua Berthiaume, Destiny Blanco, Connor Brown, Thomas Cole, Haley Coulombe, Danielle Couture, Nathan Fecteau, Marissa Gagne, Anthony Girard, Kristen Goyette, Alexis Griffin, Hailee Guitard, Teah Hickey, Haily Knapp, Trent Labrecque, Keegen Law-as, Jillian Lefebvre, Emily Letellier, Alynna Leveille, Andrew Martel, Libby Nett, Allison Theriault, Brandon Weeks and Aiden Wood.

Grade 11

John Arguin, Evan Arsenault, Parker Ayotte, Alyson Blanchette, Desmond Bradford, Summer Bradley, Jade Burnett, Sarah Clark, Kayden Dube, Shy Henry, Paul Hernandez, Sydney Hodgdon, Katherine Host, Daniel Lamson, Joslyn Lanteigne, Kiara Law-as, Kara Mercier, Matrix Moholland, Jacob Ramsey, Thomas Sullivan and Abigail Sweet. 

Grade 12

Myra Arsenault, Tyler Aubut, Christopher Auger, Isaac Balderrama, Shelby Barney, Benjamin Bergeron, Rylie Binette, Shania Bolduc, Regan Boucher, Tyler Brooker, Braeden Cooney, Riley Cornish, Syrena Couch, Audrey Coulombe, Owen Dorval, Noah Dumas, KC Fortier, Allison Gallagher, Trent Garcia, Stacy Gendron, Nicholas Girard, Noah Giroux, Brandon Gleason, Autumn Goyette, Baileigh Hoyt, Marayah Hynes, Haley Kline, Lexi Lacasse, Matthew Landry, Kailey Lemieux, Delaney Macdonald, Samantha Mercier, Brianne Morneau, Renee Morrissette, Robyn Parker, Tiffiney Poirier, Mariah Ramsay, Jacob Robinson, Breanna Roy-Demers, Calvin Ruediger, Morgan Staples, Emily Theriault, Hunter Tupick and Shaeleigh Valliere.

 

Gorham Middle High School announces honor roll students

GORHAM — Gorham Middle High School has listed the following students on its honor roll for June.

Grade 6: High Honors: Aimee Bousquet, Aiden Corrigan, Adam Devoid, John Micucci, Kyle Pike, Carson Roberge and Alec Wydra.
Honors: Grace Brickley, William Carder, Madison Fillion, Ryan Johnson, Emma LaPierre, Anthony Pizzuto, Amanda Sankiw and Caelen Wade.

Grade 7: High Honors: Zoe Grondin and Alexander Mayerson.
Honors: Danika Daniels, Halery Desilets, Hannah Fox, Isaiah Hall, Katherine Laflamme, Rachel Larivee, Nathaniel LeBlanc, Teagan Leclerc, Adam O’Brien, Cody Pike and Ava Watson.

Grade 8: High Honors: Libby Fortin and Jocelyn Paradis.
Honors: Cheyenne Berube, Katelyn Chase, Colbe Goudreau, Julia Langlois, Isobel Micucci, Bryanna Poirier, Tristan Robertson, Ethan Taillon and Nicholas Wade.

Grade 9: High Honors: Karly Cordwell, Madison Rivard and Anna Roberge.
Honors: Noor Akhter, Grace Couture, Karina DeCilla, Trevor Doherty, Aidan Fox, Joshua Godin, Olivia Halle, Benjamin Harmon, Sydney Leclerc, Amira Robertson and Ella Watson.

Grade 10: High Honors: Isabelle Balch, Abigail Bernier, Bryce Gauthier, Alexis Kruskie, Travis Lemieux, Hannah MacDonald and Rachel Sturtevant.
Honors: Sophia Allen, Elizabeth Anderson, Ariel Bennett, Gavin Corrigan, Trinity Downs, Jeffrey Harrington, Robert Morehouse, Thomas Morehouse and Brianna Taylor.

Grade 11: High Honors: Lillian Couture, Victoria Goudreau, David Hendrick, Li Qi Li and Maxwell Sjostrom.
Honors: Riley Fitzmorris, Kelly Galemba, Delaney Holmes, Liam Lake, Jack Lambertson, Lance Legere Amelia Martin, Emily Tanguay and Michela Ur.

Grade 12: High Honors: Kyle Berwick, Autumn Brown, Lauren Gralenski, Bronson Leclerc and Chelsea Pike.
Honors: Hailee Arsenault, Aidan Blair, Hunter Desilets, Jeffrey Gerath, Jacquelyn Hallisey, Natalie Harmon, Caitlyn Malia, Colten O’Neil, Jana Oelofse, Bryson Raymond, Samuel Sjostrom, Felicia Voisine and Emily York.

 

Berlin Middle School announces fourth quarter honors

BERLIN — Tammy L. Fauteux, principal at Berlin Middle School, has announced the fourth quarter honor roll for the 2016-2017 academic school year. Any student with an average of 92.0 with no class average lower than an 88 in any subject is recognized for high academic excellence. Any student with an average of an 88.0 with no class average lower than 85 in any subject is recognized for academic achievement.

High Academic Excellence – Grade 8

Makenna Balderrama, Grace Bradley, Lily Campbell, Mia Dalphonse, Jenna Laflamme, Kelly McCormick, Dominick Paradis, Becca Pouliot, Julieenne Provencher, Nicole Reynolds, Mickailey Walsh, Sophie Wheeler, Kyra Woodward and Joseph Zimmer.

Academic Achievement – Grade 8

Emily Coulombe, Cassidy Dana, Brooklyn Goodwin, Adam Hodgdon, Shawn Kay and Emile Morris.

High Academic Excellence – Grade 7

Madison Bergquist, Brady Buck, Andrew Cole, Chloe Dagesse, Ben Estrella, Matthew Gagne, Kadence Gendron, Jillian Hallee, Kameron Huntoon, Brayden Landry, Griffin Melanson and Gwendolyn Pelchat.

Academic Achievement – Grade 7

Jonah Berthiaume, Landon Boucher, Rayna Bourbeau, Alexa Gagnon, Rebecca Host, Ashley Kempen, Jordan Lambert, Kyleigh Lang, Hayden Munce, Carter Poulin, Cole Ruediger and Cameron Sloane.

High Academic Excellence – Grade 6
Jacob Dalphonse, Jeremyah Dow, Brody Duquette and Emma Labelle.

Academic Achievement – Grade 6

Justin Ayotte, Ella Bacon, Joseph Dellis, Jayse Law and Erin McCormick.

 

Middle School Student registration open for Littleton STEM-Health Careers Summer Camp

Are you the parent of a middle school student? Are you looking for a different kind of summer camp this year?

The North Country Health Consortium and the Hugh J. Gallen Career and Technical Center are pleased to invite middle school students to explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics with a Health Careers twist (STEM-Health Careers Summer Camp). The Littleton STEM-Health Careers Summer Camp is open to students who have completed seventh or eighth grade. Space is limited so early registration is essential.

This week-long STEM-Health Career Camp will be held each day from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Hugh J. Gallen Career and Technical Center in Littleton during the week of July 24-28. Attendees of the STEM-Health Careers Summer Camp will be given hands-on career exploration opportunities, including the use of state-of-the-art dental and medical simulators, various workshops and presentations with health professionals, and a comprehensive hospital tour experience.

The focus of the STEM-Health Career Summer Camp initiative is to provide students with a low-cost, local opportunity to explore a vast array of health careers. Participating in this hands-on, interactive camp is a fun experience that will allow students to explore different health professions with the hope that they may further pursue a career in the field. Developing interest at the middle school level allows students to gain a broad understanding of the potential opportunities that exist in the field.

The Northern New Hampshire Area Health Education Center, a program of the North Country Health Consortium, and the Hugh J. Gallen Career & Technical Center sponsor the STEM-Health Camp. To obtain a registration application for the Littleton camp, log onto bit.ly/2017HealthCareerCamp or call Diana Gibbs, NCHC Program Manager, at (603) 259-3700 ext. 222. To watch YouTube videos of past summer camps, visit: www.youtube.com/NNHAHEC.