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posted Apr 19, 2019, 5:41 AM by Suzanne Laliberte

Notification from: Gilford Middle School

Good evening.  Just one more day before vacation!  I hope that some of you are doing something more fun than me; filling up a dumpster with household clutter.  It’s Spring cleaning time at the Sawyer house!

Several of our 8th graders worked with Mr. Meyers after school and during their lunches on their National History Day projects.  Those who participated (with their topic and category) were:

John Blandford (Hiroshima and Nagasaki; Documentary), Patrick Gandini (Iwo Jima/the Marines; Paper), Landon Lewis (Muhammad Ali; Paper), Maria Uicker (Marie Antoinette/French Revolution; Performance), Sydney Irons & Ally Kenyon (The Creation of the Atomic Bomb; Documentary), Savannah Neuman & Christine Pingol (Alice Paul; Performance).  

Many of these students competed last weekend up at Plymouth State University.  Those finishing in the top 2 automatically qualify for the national contest at the University of Maryland later in June.  Third place finalists are eligible for the contest as alternates. Savannah and Christine took third place in their category; Maria Uicker took second; and Patrick took first in the Paper category.  Congrats to all for their hard work!

Attached to this email is a flyer from Laconia High School’s HUOT Technical Center.  They are, once again, holding a summer camp for students currently in grades 7 & 8.  Also included in this email is registration for our Summer Math Academy.

We are already gearing up for our annual talent show.  Auditions will be taking place on May 20 and 21. Save the dates!

Please follow this link to the Josten’s website to order this year’s edition of our middle school yearbook.

Whatever you do this break, I hope you get in some quality family time.  Take care.


Attachments available for 30 days until Saturday, May 18, 2019:
2019 Summer Math Academy Registration.pdf