GROVETON STUDENTS HONORED AS NH SCHOLARS -- Seven seniors from Groveton High School were honored in Concord, N.H. as NH Scholars on May 22. The NH Scholars initiative is a Federal grant-funded program that encourages students to take a more rigorous course load in high school. Students who meet the criteria to become a NH Scholar are invited to the yearly luncheon on the Capitol House lawn and receive a medal that they can wear during their graduation ceremony. This is the second year that seniors from GHS have been recognized at this annual event. Honored students include: front row from left, mathematics teacher Michelle Fox-Bushaw, Kyle Rainville, Jesi Russell and Erica Langkau; back row, Makenna Burke, Ashley Mundell, Kailene Laundry and Preston Bennett.
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