Spring Break ~~ April 21st - April 25th
SANBORN REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Last day of school for students
"Our Community of Readers"
A huge THANK YOU to our "Community of Readers"
who have helped us celebrate reading in our schools.
Mrs. Bennett Mrs. Pomykato Mr. Morano
School Board Dir. Special Ed. School Board
Mr. Trumelle Dr. Blake
Asst. Principal, HS Superintendent
Congratulations on your nomination for
Teacher of the Year
Mrs. Zeeben and Mr. Wiles
On Tuesday, April 8, 2014, Jill Zeeben was recognized as a nominee for the
NH Teacher of the Year Award. Jill presented her work to the judging
panel and received a certificate of merit.
Ms. Zeeben is a third grade teacher at Bakie School. In reflecting
on contributions to Sanborn, Ms. Bamforth stated the following:
Using Responsive Classroom strategies, Jill creates a classroom culture that is inclusive, safe,
and welcoming. She treats students with respect and guides them to treat others
in the same way. What makes Jill truly exceptional is that she is the definition
of a continuous learner. When something is not working for a student in her
room, she goes looking for answers. She truly embraces our school motto:
Learning for All in a Community of Caring. She works closely with special
educators and paraprofessionals to ensure that every minute of a student's day
is meaningful. Jill is reflective of the type of practitioner we need
in our classrooms for the 21st century.
On Tuesday, April 8, 2014, Mr. Aaron Wiles will be honored with other teacher
nominees from around the State of New Hampshire as part of the 2015 New
Hampshire Teacher of the Year program, sponsored by the NH Department of
Education and Hannaford Supermarkets. The process begins with a showcase of
work by all nominees. From there, a selection committee will narrow down the
list to finalists who will participate in interviews and site visits by the
selection committee. Ultimately, one nominee will be chosen later this Spring
as the 2015 NH Teacher of the Year.
Mr. Wiles is a Language Arts teacher at Sanborn, currently assigned to the
Freshman Learning Community. In addition to teacher, students know him as a
coach, club advisor, class advisor, and a friend. In reflecting on Mr. Wile's
contributions to Sanborn, Mr. Stack stated the following:
Over the last several years Mr. Wiles has proven to be one of the most
honest and dedicated professionals in our school. He is a true team player, and
works tirelessly to advance the vision of our school both in and out of the
classroom. Outside of his teaching responsibilities, Aaron has spearheaded
several initiatives that have had a long-lasting impact in our community. For
the past few years he has served as a faculty adviser for the freshman class.
He has also led school-wide community service projects such as Laps for Literacy.
In the Winter of 2014, Aaron took on perhaps his most significant role - he
orchestrated the implementation of a month-long artist-in-residence program to
bring a group of Shakespearian actors to our school for a month to work with
every single student in our school. This program was the first of its kind at
Every day a New Hampshire teacher makes a difference in the life of a child. Every year the New Hampshire
Department of Education honors outstanding educators who make their communities, profession, and the
State a better place. Sanborn is proud to have one of its own being considered for this elite honor,
and we wish him the best during the selection process of the 2015 NH Teacher of the Year.
Mr. Wiles, you are already number one in the eyes of this school community!
Sanborn Regional Fine Arts Summer Program
|The Sanborn Regional School District is offering a Fine Arts Summer 2014 Enrichment Program. These programs are being offered to students in 4th & 5th grade as well as Middle & High School. If you have a child who is interested please click here for the complete Summer 2014 Program guide as well as sign up sheets.