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Welcome to Newfound, Ana

November 5, 2019 5:30pm | Madison Avery

Since arriving at Newfound Regional High School, foreign exchange student Ana Palacios has been slowly adjusting to the new lifestyle.  Ana’s hometown in Spain is bigger than Bristol and has many schools. When going somewhere, they walk and don’t use cars.   A regular school day […]

Uncool to Juul in School

November 5, 2019 5:21pm | Brandon Marcoux

Smoking was cool and popular until 1983, when all the health risks were publicized and “ruined it for everyone”. Juuling and vaping are now following that same trend among New Hampshire teens today. Newfound Regional High School has been seeing this trend for several years […]

A Shift in Grading Policy

November 5, 2019 4:45pm | Wyatt Day

Just four years ago, the most controversial issue regarding the grading system was students’ misuse of the “gifty fifty” – the practice of giving students a 50% for incomplete work in order to help them pass.  More recently, there has been a shift in the […]

Going, and Growing, Outside School Walls

November 5, 2019 4:33pm | Meg Murray

For students, travel can be a whole new realm of experience. According to the Student and Youth Travel Association, travel can extend their educational development by building self-esteem, independence,and cultural understanding. Traveling can help a student gain a better sense of who they are and […]

Music in the Air

June 19, 2018 4:30pm | Kylee Hanser & Makayla Pixley

The Newfound Regional High School annual Student Music Project was held on May 21st at 6:30.  Acts were presented by Jason Liang, Makayla Pixely, Mason Martin, Madison Martin, Deana Martin, Duncan Farme, Rachel Manita, Madison Nialetz, and Autumn Braley. The show was small and only […]

Au Revoir Pour le Moment

June 19, 2018 4:28pm | Manon DeGreef

As May began and the school year neared the end, some NRHS students returned  from France, their heads full of memories. On April 19th, ten students, along with French teacher Mr. LeBaron, Mrs. Miller, and a student’s mother, flew from Boston to Nice, south of […]

The Struggle To Connect

June 19, 2018 4:25pm | Molly Croxon

All year, and increasingly so, Newfound Regional High School has struggled to connect to the internet. NRHS internet is one that crashes a couple of times a week, despite how many upgrades are made. The school currently runs on a First Light Fiber Optic Network. This […]

Rolling with the Changes

June 19, 2018 4:18pm | Taylor Butler

Now that 2017-2018 school  year is coming to a close, some Class of ‘21 Freshmen have a couple words of advice for the incoming class. Freshman year is always a change for students coming up from the middle school whether good or bad. As freshman […]

Why Do We Need Dues?

June 5, 2018 4:55pm | Bethany Basford

At NRHS, members of each class are expected to pay a certain amount of money for yearly class dues. The requirement for class dues is often misunderstood by students and poses a challenge for class advisors and their officers.  The Class of 2018 has been […]

Guiding Guided Study

June 5, 2018 4:05pm | DaCoda McGee

A few years after Guided Study Hour came to Newfound Regional High School, students and staff are starting to wonder what school was even like without it. The original proposal for Guided Study (GS) argued that this time would improve grades, social wellness, and mental […]