Principal's Message

June 10, 2018

Greetings, Crusader Families.

I would like to thank all of the families who were challenged by the shift in time for graduation. Please, know I did my very best to avoid the need to change. Resiliency is a quality we work to impart in our students, and I appreciate your efforts to make the best of this challenge. Our Crusader Community is proud of the achievements of all our seniors. They did a fabulous job yesterday bringing smiles, cheers, and tears to their families and friends at graduation. I thank these seniors for walking through the halls of Lakeway on Friday; it reminded our whole community that we are one in supporting our graduates. I wish them the very best as they transition to life after high school.

Our Crusader Baseball Team persisted through a great season to win the NHIAA Division IVState Championship yesterday. Your Crusader Community is proud of you. I am proud of you.

Our High School Annual Athletic Awards Ceremony will take place tomorrow evening, Monday, June 11, beginning at 6:00 PM for Fall Sports, 6:20pm for Winter Sports and 6:40pm for Spring Sports. Everyone will then come to the gym at 7:00pm for Special Awards. We will be celebrating all of our high school athletic teams. For the past several years our middle school teams have enjoyed end of the season recognition with their individual coaches, and this is true this year as well.

We will be collecting all Chromebooks on Monday, June 11th, in the Library. Your child should label their Chromebook, charger, and case with their name and bring them to Mrs. Wood in the Library before 3pm on Monday.

We will be running a middle school summer school program for students who need or wish for additional support. There are high school options as well. Please reachout to guidance with any questions.

Our Career and Technical Center will be running week-long summer camps for middle school aged students. Please reachout to Mrs. Hazlett at or 603-444-5186 for more details.

As we move into summer, please encourage your child to clock some community service hours. Although 50 are required for graduation, earning more opens doors to additional recognition, group membership, and scholarships in their future. I am still looking for volunteers to help with Saturday, June 16th’s, Literacy Day. The event runs 9am-12noon. If your child can help, please have him/her signup with Ms. Whitney.

Wednesday, June 13th, will be the last day of school. Students will be dismissed at noon.

Thank you for the support you have provided throughout the year. It has been a great first year as principal supporting you and our children.

Enjoy your summer,

Jennifer Carbonneau, Principal