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DeMarco

Anthony P. DeMarco

673-5221

ademarco@sau40.com

Congratulations are extended to the middle school Destination Imagination teams.  Competition was Saturday, March 28, 2015 at Winnacunnet High School in Hampton .

*Team “No Brainers”, coached by Mrs. Brocklehurst, took 3rd place.  Her team members are:  Emma Brocklehurst, Emmalene Budway, Angela Calo, Abigail Forrence, Katelyn Garneau and Saranne Sabotka.

*Team “MMS New Year’s Eve’ls” coached by Mrs. Nambiar, took 5th place.  Her team members are:  Ariana Ercoline, Gabriella Guarniere, Nitya Nambiar, Cassandra Shaw and Nicole Skare.

*Team “Milford Mystery Solvers” coached by Mr. Lydon, took 8th place.  His team members are:  Joshua Anderson, Anna Lydon, James McGuire, Liam Smith, and Emma vanWagner.

*Team “Unorganized Gamers” coached by Mrs. Federico will participate in the Project Outreach Challenge on April 2nd in Nashua at the Nashua High School North.   Her team members are:  Jake Federico, Mason Michalowski, Makayla Sullivan, Samantha Sullivan, and Jordyn Young.

A special congratulation to Jade Gregg, Grade 8.  She has been selected as the Fuel Up To Play 60 New Hampshire State Ambassador for the 2016-2017 school year!  As the State Ambassador, Jade will represent New England at the Fuel Up To Play 60 Summit in Indiana this summer!

Jade deLeon, Grade 8 was accepted to participate in the NHBDA Middle Level Honors Band, which was held at Manchester Central High School on Friday, March 18th.

In regard to cars and vehicles on school property, when parked in the Loop or waiting for students after school in the parking lot we ask that you please turn off your car to help conserve fuel and to contribute to a cleaner environment and air quality.  Please do NOT PARK in the FIRE LANE in the front of the building or in the rear of the building near the gymnasium after school hours when waiting to pick up your children.  There are plenty of open parking spaces available afterschool for parents to park legally while waiting.

Enjoy the warmer (and dryer) weather, hopefully it will continue past this week until the end of the school year.

Sincerely,

Tony DeMarco

 

 

Past Newsletters:

T. DeMarco October                             Principal November Newsletter

Principal December Newsletter          T. DeMarco January Newsletter 2016

T. DeMarco’s February Newsletter         T. DeMarco’s March Newsletter 2016