About WoodsvilleNH.com

About WoodsvilleNH. com

WoodsvilleNH.com is a community website developed by WHS Students and Community members of the Haverhill, NH township. Woodsville High School, in Woodsville, New Hampshire, is a public secondary school located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, serving Bath, Benton, HaverhillMonroe, Mountain Lakes, Piermont, Warren and Woodsville, New Hampshire.

WoodsvilleNH.com is...

the Woodsville High School's Student and Community Relations Team that supports communication and partnership efforts to inform, involve, and inspire pride among students, employees and the community to enhance and promote student achievement, and safe, nurturing schools. WHS faculty, Staff, Students, Parents/ Guardians, Community Members, and SAU 23 District staff are encouraged to write articles to share with our community. 
If you are interested in advertising on WoodsvillNH.com please feel free to contact Scott Nichols at Woodsville High School.
Email: snichols@sau23.org
Phone: 
(617) 299-6311 or WHS 603-747-2781
Scott Nichols
WHS 
9 High Street
Woodsville, NH 03785
Woodsville High School's Future Business Leaders of America
  

                  We will be meeting Wednesdays at 7:45 AM
The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is the largest business career student organization in the world. This student organization has over a quarter of a million students with membership ranging from middle school to college level members and business professionals. 
here are currently over 240,000 active members who participate in more than 13,000 chartered chapters in 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rice, the Virgin Islands, U.S. Territories, Canada, and Department of Defense Schools worldwide.

Woodsville High School's Future Business Leaders of America are made up of students in grades 9-12 who are interested in business or business related careers, volunteering in the community, fundraising for state and national conferences as well as raising money for nationally known organizations including the Make-A-Wish Foundation, David's House, and March of Dimes.

The members will be busy in the 2016-2017 school year preparing for the Fall Leadership Workshop in October, fundraising for the State Leadership Conference in March, and attending the national conference in Nashville!

How can you help?

Please help support WHS' FBLA by contributing to their fundraising efforts:

  • Donate to have a space on our website.
  • Bake Sales, Car Washes, donations, and more!
President- Dennis Ruprecht
Vice President- Joey Mitchell
Treasurer - Alyssa Prest
Community Relations Officer - Ben Gwilt

State Leadership Team - Dennis Ruprecht, Joey Mitchell
Community Service Team -
Sam Pushee, Ben Gwilt, Isaac Frost, Erich Saffo, Alyssa Prest, Ari Cassidy, Drew Donahue, Mikayla Smith, Dennis Ruprecht

Woodsville Youth & Government Program
                           We will be meeting Wednesdays at 7:45 AM

As of right now, the State Model Legislature will be TBA, 2017

The YMCA Youth & Government program in New Hampshire celebrates over 60 years of history. The program serves 300 teens from 30 schools throughout New Hampshire. The program takes place in March/April and is held at the state capitol. Here students have an opportunity to experience state government by electing their own youth officials. Elected officials include: Governor, House Speaker, Senate President and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Other delegates participate as members of the House and Senate, Executive Council, Supreme Court, Lobbyists or Press Corp. Students are responsible for writing their own legislation prior to arriving in Concord. This legislation is compiled into a Billbook from which the work of the House and Senate committees is derived. 

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The WHS YnG Team!

President- Joey Mitchell
Vice President- Drew Donahue
Treasurer - Alyssa Prest
Community Relations Officer - Ben Gwilt

State Leadership Team -
Dennis Ruprecht, Joey Mitchell, Drew Donahue, 

Community Service Team -
Sam Pushee, Ben Gwilt, Isaac Frost, Erich Saffo, Alyssa Prest, Ari Cassidy, Drew Donahue, Mikayla Smith, Dennis Ruprecht

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