SANDOWN – Winning the top spot in the 2015 Sandown Central School spelling bee was fifth grader Dylan Brandano, who outspelled his fourth and fifth grade peers after several rounds of words. A close runner-up was Chris Beyrent, but the group of representatives from each class in the school also put up a strong showing.
Granite State Arts Academy (GSAA) Business Manager Wendie Leweck pointed to the papier-mache masks hanging in the lobby. “These are from the unit on masks,” she said. “They also worked in acrylics and they’ve done sculpture.” She paused at a wall of paintings, noting, “These are called ‘micography.’ It’s the art of using words to
HAMPSTEAD – It was cold outside but inside the Hampstead Public Library it was a warm, family-friendly environment where pancakes were being made and families gathered to enjoy one of the library’s most popular activities, Books for Breakfast. The activity started at 9 a.m. and several families with hungry children showed up to enjoy the