Theatre Feature

The Coe-Brown theatre department has had to seriously rethink their approach to how they would continue the program. Due to the Corona Virus, no actual shows have been allowed for the foreseeable future. The CDC recommends having shows outside with the actors ten feet apart, but this is simply impossible. Instead, the program has had a different approach to their way of keeping the theatre alive. The school theatre has made the plan to have weekly workshops to practice and improve upon their students’ skills. The three main subjects that the program has worked on are movement acting, technical theatre, and they have just started to work in musical theatre. The new program is solely based on improving the skills of these fresh and experienced actors, without the stress of a fall show. 

The leaders of the CBNA theatre program are Mrs. Moynihan and Ms. Hume. They have taken over for the retired Mrs. Lent, and are continuing the legacy of the theatre. When asked: How do you think the theatre is going in the new world of covid? Mrs. Moynihan replied, “it is a sad and challenging time, but I am thrilled to see how artists are coming together to find new and innovative ways to bring theatre to audiences. For us, it has been a challenge, because we have not been able to do our fall and winter shows as usual. We have come up with workshops, staged readings, and a planned writing project to help fill that performance void. While this has been tough, it has also allowed us to focus on skills building, which we did not always previously have time to do. The work that we have seen from our students has been tremendous and has really allowed us to see future directions for shows and programming in later seasons”. When asked the same question Ms. Hume responded by saying: “I mostly feel lucky that we’ve been able to come up with a plan to keep CBNA Theatre moving forward here. I am so excited to have the opportunity to work with Mrs. Moynihan who is brilliant and excited to work with our students and share all of her knowledge and experience. We are very proud of the program that we’ve put together for the fall! Although we can’t produce a typical show, it’s been really exciting to plan and develop workshops to introduce students to new skills and practice ones that might be a little rusty. We wanted to put together something for everyone: Movement Mondays, Tech Tuesdays, musical theatre, straight plays, playwriting, and more! It feels like we are teaching and learning even more than we would have during the run of a traditional show.”

I also asked the teacher if they feel any pressure running the theatre program. Mrs. Moynihan responded with: “I do feel pressure to run the theatre program because I am lucky to be stepping into a well-established theatre program that Mrs. Lent ran for many years along with Ms. Hume. I am so thankful that I got to spend all of last year getting to know the students at Coe-Brown and the way the theatre program was run. The Covid situation has changed many things for us, but the dedication of our students has not. My hope is always to be providing students with challenging, engaging, dynamic, and fun theatre experiences, while also giving them theatre skills that they can use in the classroom and beyond. One of the more challenging aspects of my job as a theatre teacher is making sure that I am picking a material that is appropriate for the students that we have but will also challenge them allowing them to expand on their existing skills and talents. Ultimately, it is the absolute best part of my job. I have always believed that theatre is an important area of the arts and I am thrilled that I get to bring my love and passion for it to the students at Coe-Brown. Ms. Hume answered: “I think the thing I feel most pressured about is making the theatre program just as fun, collaborative, and educational as it typically is under very atypical circumstances. We have so many talented new freshmen and sophomores that haven’t had a lot of time with us yet! It’s important to me that they feel like they’re a part of our company, and that everyone’s time is being valued. That can be tricky at the end of a long day in a mask. Overall, despite all of the challenges we are facing in terms of performance and spacing restrictions, I feel like each individual student has had more opportunity to learn and grow under these unusual circumstances than they might have during a full production! That’s what makes all of the pressure worth it.”

Students such as Darin Sweet, a Senior at Coe-Brown and President of the International Thespian Society, agrees that “there has been a lot of restriction when it comes to the new program, but we are doing a great job with doing our best and improving our theatrical skills”. He also stated, “that he missed the old theatre, but he is still having lots of fun”. Darin is a long-time member of the CBNA theatre, participating in all four years of Highschool and he is planning on continuing in college. Ariella Price, a freshman at Coe-Brown, was anxious about joining the theatre program at the beginning of the year. During her interview, Ariella stated that “many things changed during the pandemic and definitely the theatre she had been used to”.  Ariella also says she “is free to be herself, and that she loves the theatre program. Ariella is a, just joined theatre member, but is planning to participate for the rest of her Highschool career.

Hopefully the future is brighter for the theatre program. Everyone was disappointed with this year, but the theatre program found a way to keep up the spirits of its members. Perhaps one day things will get back to normal, and show production will be able to continue. For now the audience will just have to wait. 

Samuel Marcotte

Teacher Feature – Chris Burns

Mr. Burns is a new teacher this year! He is teaching freshman physical education and sophomore team or individual sports. I have the pleasure in taking one of his sophomore team sports classes and it is a blast. This also means that I had time to ask him some questions about his experience as a bear. 

Mr. Burns taught at Northwood Elementary School before he started teaching here for the 2020-2021 school year. He talked to me about how different it is here saying, “It is different to be teaching older, more mature, students that are all so close in age”. He says he enjoys teaching older students and getting to play with them and interact with them on almost a daily basis. “I end up playing a lot of games and getting in on activities with all of my students and I really enjoy it”. Mr. Burns is almost like one of the kids in class and gym class with him is so fun. He also has some of his former students from Northwood in his new class and everyone involved enjoys the fun and lighthearted atmosphere!

I also had some time and asked him how the experience of being a CBNA bear is going for him. He told me that it is definitely different to be teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic especially it being his first year here. He also says that it has been good for his teaching style to receive feedback from his fellow faculty members and that he too is learning a lot. The only difference from Northwood he says, “I got to walk around the whole school when I had freetime. Now I’m kind of stuck in Smith Hall all day but I do have lots of kids and classes”. Overall Mr. Burns has decided that he really likes being a part of CBNA and most of his students would say that we love having him.


– Ella Brooks

Care About Your Local Election

As everyone knows the day of voting is almost here for the next election. I’m sure you’ve seen political ads on Chris Sununu, Dan Feltes, Biden, and Trump, with everyone telling you that “this is the most important election of our time”. Well in some ways it is, but why should high school students care when most of us can’t even vote yet? Even though you are not the legal age to vote, you should still pay attention to your country’s politics. Listening to debates, reading articles, or watching the news could improve your understanding of what’s happening. If you still don’t understand, ask your parents or grandparents about politics, what their views are, who they are going to vote for, and why. Local elections are just as important as national elections. Chris Sununu is the Governor of New Hampshire, which means he makes a lot of important decisions for our state. Even he is running this year for another term. You should care about what happens to where you live. 

It’s a part of your American rights to be aware of politics. Even as a teenager, you are shaping the very world you stand in. Our generation is the future of America.. Eventually, it will be your turn to decide on your candidate and to vote for them, if you pay attention now, you’ll be ready. Your vote will be one of the most important things you can do as an American citizen. So get out and do your research! sure you learn as much as possible about politics and voting because one day you might need to.

Samuel Marcotte

Quarter 1 Honor Roll 2020-2021

Grade 12      HIGH HONOR ROLL

Jacob Anderson, Sylas Aucella, Jennifer Bettencourt, Amelia Brackett, Morgan Burnap, Hogan Cain, Austin Carrier, Charlotte Cleaver, Addison Cox, Gabrielle Critchett, Molly Ewing, Corinne Fernald, Carter Ford, Camryn Gatchell, Madeline Grygiel, Broder Gunderson, Porter Heigis, Allison Mackey, Sarah Marsh, Tessa Millette, Emily Morris, Robert Morrison, Riley Mulligan, Isabel Myers, Emma Naves, Kira Neal Burk, Olivia Noni, Emma Pinard, Matthew Ramstrom, Jeremy Richards, Aidyn Short, Anika Smith, Autumn Stevens, Darin Sweet, Drusilla Szatko, Valentina White, Jordan Whittier, Emma Zollman


Grade 12      HONOR ROLL

Charlie Adcock IV, Skyler Arnold, Richard Bacon, Declan Baker, Kaden Beliveau, Tyler Bistany, Cameron Black, Nicholas Boucher, Emily Buehne, Aislin Burt, Shane Carey, Race Caunter, Benjamin Clinch, Alexander Davidson, Jesse Davis, Mya Dicey, Parker Eaton, Cullen Escabi, Harrison Flood, Aidan Flynn, Willow Folsom, Nolan Grassi, Aaron Gundersen, Patrick Hill, Jacob Hobart, Kathryn Hocevar, Degan Hodgdon, Jacob Hodgdon, Michael Holderby, Camden Johnson, Samantha Lemay, John Levitow III, Adeline McAlpin, Morgan McPhee, Logan Mihelich, Giovanni Minasalli, William Moehlmann, Hunter Murray, Keegan Paradis, Mary Katherine Patteson, Benjamin Peverly, Jacob Phinney, Jenna Pogorek, Clayton Price, Andrew Quaglia, Mackenzie Quick, Katelyn Rand, Tyler Rose, Brenna Roy, Cooper Sayers, Cole Smith, Benjamin Snow, Sarah Souliere, Jackson Thibeault, Luke Tkaczyk, Elijah Tomlinson-Burrell, Jordan Trahant, Thomas Trumble, Beatrice Tursi, Rachel Tuttle, Caitlyn van Gerena, Ty Votour, Anneliese Wade, Eliana Walk, Makayla Ware, Lian Welch, Charlotte Winiarski, Tanner Wotton



Heather Airey, Megan Brieger, Alyssa Chalifour, Jackson Colby, Jacob Cook, Samuel Dupuis, Mallory Farrar, Meredith Gibson, Kaelyn Hardy, Gabs Hendershot, Cadence Howard, Emily Huebel, Morgan Koskela, Kevin Kouchoukos, Eleanor LaBrie, Martin Lacerte, Anders Larson, Samuel Lavoie, Skye Loto, Anya Marengo, Sragvi Nomula, Madelynn Peabody, Michael Robinson Jr., Eva Roy, Kiara Summers, Parker Tatem, Anne Thoms, Joshua Warner, Molly York


Grade 11    HONOR ROLL 

Nevaeh Acevedo, Alexa Ball, Rylee Barry, Malli Begin, Kylie Bocash, Rowan Boyce, Sierra Brown, Emma Brunelle, Davin Buccieri, Burke Bulger, Olivia Buzzell, Thomas Cirillo, Jamie Coe, Carolina Colley, Tucker Collins, Jacob Cowan, Lacy Davis, Jordan Dean, Amelia Edmonds, Alexandra Elliot, Eiligh Fenske, Gretchen Fichera, Sydney Folsom, Nicole Gaedtke, Michael Gannon, Trevor Gardner, Cameron Garland, Hunter Graham, Dawson Green, Lars Grotenhuis, Camryn Hildreth, Nicholas Indelicato, Seth Ireland, Sabrinalin Jeffers, Charles Jones, Aidan Kane, Colin Kilbreth, Alexander Knight, Misaki Kondrup, Jack Lano, Samuel Lapiejko, Alexis Laughton, Makena Lee, Max Leifer, Reagan LoVecchio, Maxwell Lupinacci, Michael Lurvey, Bryanna Lyons, Owen McLean, Kaitlyn Miller, Kelsey Nadeau, Kailynne Nicoll, Evan Parker, Jacob Pelletier, Nicholas Principato, Nicholas Pruett, Karli Pujo, Alexander Quaglia, Seth Quinney, Benjamin Reiff, Natalie Riley, Nicholas Schroeder, Sydney Schwartz, Owen Silsby-Belknap, Natalie Sinnamon, Alexandra Stover, James Thomas, Turner Totten, Trista Tufts, Ethan Vachon, Lily Veneroni, Elizabeth White, Emma Wiley, Camren Winde, Abby Wojtkowski, Ellie Wolthuis, Caleb Yates



Megan Adams, Josephine Antosiewicz, Eric Boheen, Ella Brooks, Jillian Brown, Sophie Carloni, Rowan Carr, Nikhil Chavda, Drew Clinch, William Countey III, Aidan Cox, Madison DeCota, Gabriel Dellario, Lucille Ewing, Sheldyn Fisher, Nathaniel Ford, Caitlin Frost, Gwyneth Glaser, Madeleine Grenier, Riley Jackson, Bridget Kelly, Samara Kern, Brady Kouchoukos, Emma Larson, Samuel Marcotte, Sierra McGahey, Allie McGuigan, Isabella Naves, Jonathan Pelletier, Audrey Perron, Lillian Perry, Ean Pinard, Christopher Reed, Josephine Romatelli, Claire Siegert, Lily Silvester, Geneva Telehala, Julia Tursi, Elizabeth Weiss, Liam Wheeler, Lillian Wotton, John Zhang


Grade 10  HONOR ROLL

Courtney Abell, Caleb Adams, Benjamin Anderson, Julie Anderson, Maya Barthel, Eli Beede, Zachary Bistany, Brandon Brown, Brendan Castine, Robert Chadbourn, Kaitlyn Chase, Anushka Chavda, Carly Clemmer, Cassandra Clery, Jameson Coelho, Emberlyn Connor, Ross Cook, Alexis Cowan, Anthony DeBello, Kyle DeGrace, Henry Devaney, Samuel Drake, Samantha Dunton, Andrew Dyer, Shea Escabi, Thomas Flanagan, Devon Foley, Lauren Gibson, Gabriela Gracia, Jakob Hall, Christopher Helm, Ian Helm, Aidan Hickey, Finn Hill, Nicholas Hobart, Landon Huntington, Connor Joy, Matthew Labrecque, Trevor Letendre, Aidan Lindsey, Jacob Marsh, Brady Marston, Sophie Mathison, Olivia McGrail, Sydney Meehan, Cecilia Mello, Seamus Mone, Tanessa Nault, Wesley Perry, Carl Peters, Benjamin Place, Lilian Poulin, Hailey Pruett, Daisy Rowe-Fiscus, Noelle Sartin, Molly Sawyer, Frederick Schaaff IV, Cameron Sevin, Natalie Sicard, Sydney Smith, Connor Strum, Dylan Swasey, Mallory Taylor, Jailyn Thimba, Tyler Tkaczyk, Jack Whitcher



Rex Betts-Levine, Isabella Bouchard, Justin Cook, Kyla DeMontigny, Bailee DeTrude, James Edmonds, Nicholas Fallon, Francesca Ferguson, Olivia Frost, Andrew George, Joelle Hanscom, Eleanor Hill, Colin Kane, Kalina Kasprzak, Ainsley Kilbreth, James Lano, Michaela Linskey, Somer Loto, Donovan Martin, Evelyn McLaughlin, Jackson Moore, Marin Morrison, Sanjith Nomula, Samantha Peasley, Stephen Perry, Jayden Porter, Christopher Raymond, Alexander Readel, Hannah Shortt, Thomas Small, Holly Smith, Makennah Tatem, Julianna Vagi, Elias Warner



Mackenzie Aham, Jordyn Albin, Roy Atkisson, Connor Bagnell, Sidda-Rose Baker, Kody Barry, Benjamin Bartlett, Sydney Bergeron, Brock Bieniek, Emma Bilodeau, Alyviah Blad, Rylee Boucher, Nolynn Brackett, Alex Brodeur, Lily Buehne, Sarah Buehrer, Claire Burbank, Dylan Burovac, Joseph Bush, Liberty Cillo, Abigail Coleman, Mason Collins, Gavin Dabrieo, Sara Davis, Evelynn Dearborn, Andrew DeBello, Patrick Ferland, Keith Folsom, Joseph Fraser, Eliana Gracia, Luke Graham, Joseph Grassi, Sophia Grassi, Daniel Grober, Annika Gunderson, Isabella Hanscome, Campbell Hartford, Maxwell Heigis, Jacqueline Heilshorn, Annie Jerome, Faelynne Johnson, Leighelle Johnson, Wesley Jones, Isabelle Laliberte, Susannah Lavoie, Maxwell Lemay, Hazel Lichtenwalner, Cameron Lindsey, Nathaniel LoVecchio, Reed Lyle, Justin Mandigo, Connor Marquette, Quinn Martyniak, Ryan Matson, Honorah McGlone, Saere McGuinness, Liam McLean, Ethan McNeil, Zalan Miko’, Courtney Morris, Kiley Murphy, Elan Murray, Mackenzie Nadeau, Oliver Neuschuez, Hayley Newick, Elizabeth Norman, Sawyer Pedersen, Owen Perra, Justin Perry, Tyler Phinney, Caitlin Power, Ariella Price, Kylie Prusia, Judith Quinney, Eva Rose, Quinn Salter, Jack Smith, Justin Stevens, Sarah Sullivan, Kassidy Taylor, Emily Todd, Emerson Totten, Chloe Walters, Ethan Waterhouse, Avery Wells, Elizabeth Wolf, Adam Woroniak, Chelsea Young

Welcome to Quarter 2

We are now in our 2nd quarter of full in school learning! This success only happens with all of us working together, putting our own and others health and safety at the top of our priorities. We have striven to adhere to the NH State Guidelines and we appreciate the understanding and encouragement we have sensed from parents/guardians and staff.

As a reminder, the COVID health agreement that was signed by each of you prior to your child coming to school includes the following:

*I agree to take my child’s temperature every morning and will not send him/her to school if the temperature reading is 100 degrees or more. I will not medicate with any fever reducing medication and send him/her to school.

*I agree to assess my child every morning for the most common symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms can be mild.

Fever or chills (100 degrees or more)

Cough (not due to other known causes, such as chronic cough or asthma)

Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

Fatigue (not due to other known cause)

Muscle or body aches

Headache (not due to other known causes)

New loss of taste or smell

Sore throat

Congestion or runny nose (not due to other known causes)

Nausea or vomiting


IF NO SYMPTOMS: Send your child to school.

IF IT IS ANY NEW SYMPTOM (does NOT have to include a fever), OR WORSENING SYMPTOM FROM A KNOWN HEALTH CONDITION- DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL, and call the CBNA office at 942-5531 by 8am and email Laurie Foster, RN ( of the reason of your child’s absence. Please see attached protocol for “Student is symptomatic at home”. Testing options can be found at


* I will NOT send my child to school if he/she has travelled outside of New England (NH, VT, ME, MA, CT, RI) in the past 14 days. This includes any mode of transportation. If you go outside of these states, you need to quarantine.

We ask that you contact us if you are planning a necessary or emergent travel outside of New England so we can determine the date that your child can return to in-school learning per the NH Department of Health protocol that we follow.

Thank you again for working together with us during these ever-changing times,

Laurie Foster, RN, BSN and Cindy Noyes, RN  (942-5531 ext. 112)

Flu Vaccine Clinic for CBNA students

Hello CBNA parents and guardians!

We are providing a school-based flu clinic for all students in 3 weeks on Thursday, November 19. Our clinic is being offered in cooperation with the New Hampshire Immunization Program (Division of Public Health Services) and your local public health network.

Why sign your child up for this year’s flu clinic?

  • It is provided at NO COST to your family.
  • Your child will be less likely to get the flu and miss school time.
  • CONVENIENT! You won’t have to make a trip to your medical provider.

The best way to protect against the flu and its complications is to get a flu vaccine each year. Anyone can catch the flu, but rates of infection are often highest among children.  Some children may suffer from complications of the flu if they have other health conditions like asthma, diabetes, or heart disease.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services recommend that everyone six months of age and older get a flu vaccine.


At the flu vaccination clinic, trained medical staff will administer the flu vaccine and all safety precautions will be taken. Your child will be monitored for 15 minutes after they receive their vaccine and then will return to their class.


If you would like your child to receive a flu vaccine in school, please download, print, complete, and sign the attached consent form. Please have your child return the signed consent form this week to the main office. If you unable to print the consent form at home and need a paper copy, please call us at 942-5531 ext 112 or your child can pick one up in the main office.



Vaccine Information Statements (VIS), provided from the CDC, are available at the following link to help answer your questions:



Laurie Foster, RN and Cindy Noyes, RN
CBNA School Nurses

Quarter 4 Honor Roll 2019-2020

Grade 12      HIGH HONOR ROLL

Hunter Adams, Emily Anderson, Seamus Baker, Lauren Best, Katherine Blake, Codi Boheen, Jaden Boulanger, Benjamin Brieger, Brianna Burke, Shane Cameron, Riley Colby, Addison Craven, Lauren Curtin, Matthew Davis, Hunter DeCota, Samuel DelFuoco, Hazel Dellario, Celia Fogarty, Olivia Fontes, Ashley Gatchell, Mirah Johnston, Madison Kriete, Raymond Lapiejko, Adeline Leifer, Evan Lentz, Elizabeth Libbey, Kaili Linscott, Michael MacEachern, Hayleigh McNeil, Katherine Messenger, Angelise Moss, Hannah Munck, Ryan Nester, Connor Nowak, Jacob Radwan, Emily Rankin, Kathleen Roach, Mary Thoms, Madison Tortorella Lewis, Willow Tritter, Meskerem Wallace,Alexandra Wheeler


Grade 12      HONOR ROLL

Caiden Alberts, Isabelle Allan, Dominic Barbarito, Tre’ Bourdon, Madison Bowen, Christa Clery, Anthony Comte, Emily Dallaire, Thomas Daly, Makayla DeButts, Maggie Donovan, Megan Edgecomb, Lillian Farley, Sydney Feenstra, Megan Frost, Collin Gier, Jane Hammond, Natalie Harris, Joshua Heckman, Patrick Helm, Cole Hodgdon, Hailie Holland, Seth Howard, Nathaniel Huckins, Scott Ireland, Brianna Jackson, Shannon Jackson, Victoria Johnston, Owen Judge, Hayden Knight, Sophie Laird, Dylan Marshall, Dakota McPhee, Genevieve Melanson, Matthew Messenger, Kendall Nester, Cordelia Norris, Abigail O’Connor, Samuel Patteson, Kelsey Pease, Abigail Pelletier, Katelynn Perreault, Michaela Power, Anna Principato, Lauren Rose, Sophia Sabina, Dawson Samperi Dubois, Mark Sommer, Crystal Stalk, Natalie Tate, Madison Tatem, Morgan Tatem, Samantha Troy, Lauren Veno, Dylan White



Jacob Anderson, Jennifer Bettencourt, Amelia Brackett, Emily Buehne, Morgan Burnap, Aislin Burt, Hogan Cain, Austin Carrier, Charlotte Cleaver, Benjamin Clinch, Addison Cox, Gabrielle Critchett, Molly Ewing, Corinne Fernald, Carter Ford, Madeline Grygiel, Porter Heigis, Samantha Lemay, Allison Mackey, Sarah Marsh, Tessa Millette, Emily Morris, Robert Morrison, Riley Mulligan, Isabel Myers, Emma Naves, Kira Neal Burk, Olivia Noni, Emma Pinard, Andrew Quaglia, Matthew Ramstrom, Brenna Roy, Cole Smith ,Sarah Souliere, Autumn Stevens, Igor Stojkov, Darin Sweet, Caitlyn van Gerena, Valentina White, Jordan Whittier, Tanner Wotton, Emma Zollman


Grade 11    HONOR ROLL

Skyler Arnold, Declan Baker, Kody Bates, Nicholas Boucher, Shane Carey, Alexander Davidson, Jesse Davis, Parker Eaton, Madeline Flowers, Aidan Flynn, Camryn Gatchell, Aaron Gundersen, Patrick Hill, Jacob Hobart, Kathryn Hocevar, Michael Holderby, Adeline McAlpin, Logan Mihelich, Giovanni Minasalli, Lucas Morrill, Hunter Murray, Mary Katherine Patteson, Jenna Pogorek, Clayton Price, Angelina Rene, Jeremy Richards, Tyler Rose, Chance Sanders, Aidyn Short, Anika Smith, Benjamin Snow, Drusilla Szatko, Nicole Thomas, Luke Tkaczyk, Spencer Trott, Thomas Trumble, Beatrice Tursi, Ty Votour, Eliana Walk, Makayla Ware, Makayliah Waterhouse, Lian Welch, Joseph White, Joy Yurek



Malli Begin, Megan Brieger, Olivia Buzzell, Alyssa Chalifour, Jackson Colby, Carolina Colley, Lacy Davis, Samuel Dupuis, Mallory Farrar, Adrienne Foster, Kaelyn Hardy, Gabrielle Hendershot, Cadence Howard, Emily Huebel, Nicholas Indelicato, Charles Jones, Aidan Kane, Alexander Knight, Morgan Koskela, Kevin Kouchoukos, Samuel Lapiejko, Anders Larson, Samuel Lavoie, Skye Loto, Maxwell Lupinacci, Sragvi Nomula, Joshua Parent, Madelynn Peabody, Nicholas Principato, Eva Roy, Natalie Sinnamon, Kiara Summers, Parker Tatem, Anne Thoms, Lily Veneroni, Joshua Warner, Ellie Wolthuis, Molly York


Grade 10  HONOR ROLL

Alexa Ball, Rylee Barry, Mikaela Belanger, Kylie Bocash, Rowan Boyce, Sierra Brown, Emma Brunelle, Burke Bulger, Thomas Cirillo, Jamie Coe, Jacob Cook, Jacob Cowan, Elina Daniel, Jordan Dean, Amelia Edmonds, Alexandra Elliot, Heather Farley, Holly Farley, Sydney Folsom, Nicole Gaedtke, Michael Gannon, Trevor Gardner, Meredith Gibson, Hunter Graham, Dawson Green, Lars Grotenhuis, Camryn Hildreth, Nicholas Howard, Sabrinalin Jeffers, Colin Kilbreth, Eleanor LaBrie, Lucas Laliotis, Jack Lano, Megan Laverdiere, Makena Lee, Max Leifer, Hayden Locke, Reagan LoVecchio, Michael Lurvey, Anya Marengo, Owen McLean, Kaitlyn Miller, Kelsey Nadeau, Jacob Pelletier, Alexander Quaglia, Seth Quinney, Benjamin Reiff, Natalie Riley, Michael Robinson Jr., Nicholas Schroeder, Kaleb Scott, Owen Silsby-Belknap, Alexandra Stover, James Thomas, Turner Totten, Ethan Vachon, Elizabeth White, Emma Wiley, Hannah Woroniak



Caleb Adams, Megan Adams, Eric Boheen, Sophie Carloni, Nikhil Chavda, William Countey III, Aidan Cox, Anthony DeBello, Madison DeCota, Samuel Drake, Lucille Ewing, Sheldyn Fisher, Nathaniel Ford, Caitlin Frost, Gwyneth Glaser, Madeleine Grenier, Kaylie Hodgdon, Riley Jackson, Connor Joy, Bridget Kelly, Samara Kern, Brady Kouchoukos, Emma Larson, Jacob Marsh, Allie McGuigan, Isabella Naves, Audrey Perron, Lillian Perry, Hailey Pruett, Christopher Reed, Cameron Sevin, Claire Siegert, Lily Silvester, Mallory Taylor, Geneva Telehala, Elizabeth Weiss, Liam Wheeler, Lillian Wotton, John Zhang



Courtney Abell, Benjamin Anderson, Josephine Antosiewicz, Cameran Ash, Maya Barthel, Zachary Bistany, Emma Broadstone, Jesse Brodeur, Ella Brooks, Jillian Brown, Claire Canepa, Rowan Carr, Robert Chadbourn, Kaitlyn Chase, Anushka Chavda, Carly Clemmer, Cassandra Clery, Drew Clinch, Jameson Coelho, Ross Cook, Emily Coon, Alexis Cowan, Brodi Cross, Gabriel Dellario, Donald DeMoss, Henry Devaney, Samantha Dunton, Andrew Dyer, Shea Escabi, Thomas Flanagan, Lauren Gibson, Gabriela Gracia, Carly Hardy, Jayden Hartigan, Christopher Helm, Ian Helm, Aidan Hickey, Finn Hill, Joshua Hill, Emma Janelle, Matthew Labrecque, Aidan Lindsey, Adam Ludwikowski, Zachary Ludwikowski, Samuel Marcotte, Sophie Mathison, Sierra McGahey, Olivia McGrail, Cecilia Mello, Kylee Murray, Tanessa Nault, Conor Pease, Jonathan Pelletier, Carl Peters, Ean Pinard, Benjamin Place, Kaelyn Roger, Josephine Romatelli, Daisy Rowe-Fiscus, Noelle Sartin, Molly Sawyer, Rebecca Scruton, Natalie Sicard, Sydney Smith, Connor Strum, Jailyn Thimba, Andrew Tipping, Tyler Tkaczyk, Ethan Tortorella Lewis, Julia Tursi, Jack Whitcher

Summer Athletics

The Governor’s Taskforce has announced that amateur and youth sports have moved to Phase 2. Coe-Brown will begin the summer programs listed below, utilizing the recommendations of the Governor’s Taskforce, as we return to activity.  Any student looking to participate in our summer programs will need to submit a COVID-19 wavier with their parent before attending summer athletic sessions. The form outlines the expectations for students and parents during these sessions.  It is important that all students, parents and coaches follow the guidelines to mitigate COVID-19 transmission. We are excited to have groups of students on campus this summer. 


Thank you,

CBNA Administration

Coe-Brown Announces Top Ten Graduates of the Class of 2020

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy is proud to announce the top ten graduates of the Class of 2020.

Evan Lentz, Valedictorian

The Valedictorian for the class of 2020 is Evan Lentz, son of Lisa and James Lentz of Northwood.  During his high school career Evan has been a class officer and a member of the student council. He has also been a member of the Math Team, National Honor Society, the French National Honor Society, and Project Search. Evan has been accepted to Northeastern University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and the University of New Hampshire.  He plans to attend Northeastern University with a combined major in Chemical Engineering and Physics.

Hazel Dellario, Salutatorian

The 2020 Salutatorian is Hazel Dellario, daughter of Amanda and Christopher Dellario of Nottingham.  While at Coe-Brown, Hazel has been a member of Concert Band, Writing Center, Math Team and the Nottingham Computer Club. Hazel has been accepted to the University of New Hampshire, Northeastern University, Simmons University, Colgate University, St. Francis Xavier University, Clarkson University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She has elected to attend RPI in the fall to study Biological Neuroscience on a Pre-Med track.

The remaining top graduates are listed in alphabetical order:


Codi Boheen

Codi Boheen, daughter of Erica Boheen of Strafford, has been a member of National Honor Society, Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA), the Writing Center, Peer Helpers, the Math Team, and the CBNA Swim Team.  Codi has been accepted to the University of Connecticut, the University of Rhode Island and the University of New England. She will be attending UConn in the fall entering the six-year accelerated pharmacy program there.

Ben Brieger

Benjamin Brieger, son of Mike and Karen Brieger of Northwood, has been a member of National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, the CBNA Cross Country and Baseball teams and the CBNA Math Team.  Benjamin has been accepted to Bentley University, Bryant University, the University of New Hampshire, and Endicott College. He will be studying Finance at Bentley University when classes resume in the fall.

Addison Craven

Addison Craven, son of Chip and Cathy Craven of Strafford, has participated as a member of the Math Team, Project SEARCH, the Writing Center, National Honor Society, CBNA Today (school newspaper) and the Boys’ Volleyball team while a student at CBNA. Addison has been accepted to Wake Forest University, Bentley University, the University of Rhode Island, the University of Vermont, and the University of New Hampshire. He plans to attend UNH in the fall to major in Information Systems and Business Analytics.

Lauren Curtin

Lauren Curtin, daughter of Nancy and Michael Curtin of Strafford, has been a member of National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, Peer Helpers, Writing Center, Student Athlete Leadership Team, Varsity Soccer and Varsity Basketball during her years at CBNA. She has been accepted to Seton Hall University, Sacred Heart University, Quinnipiac University, Worcester State University, the University of New England, Clarkson University, and the University of New Hampshire. Lauren intends to study Occupational Therapy at UNH in the fall.

Hunter DeCota

Hunter DeCota, son of Jason and Kendra DeCota of Strafford, has been a member of the CBNA Baseball Team during his years at CBNA. Hunter intends to pursue a career in construction and to continue his employment at Ag Structures, L.L.C. after graduation.

Shannon Jackson

Shannon Jackson, daughter of Jack and Andrea Jackson of Nottingham, has been a member of National Honor Society, French National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, International Thespian Society, Jazz Choir and the Writing Center. She has been accepted to McGill University, Wellesley College, Reed College, Brandeis University, Skidmore College, American University, Fordham University, and the University of New Hampshire. Shannon intends to study at McGill University in the fall, starting as a second year with a major in Linguistics and a minor in Middle Eastern Studies.

Mirah Johnston

Mirah Johnston, daughter of Izabella Linsky and Daniel Johnston of Nottingham, has participated in the Jazz, Women’s and Select Choirs, Concert Band, French National Honor Society, Tri-M Music Honor Society, International Thespian Society, and the Writing Center during her years at Coe-Brown. Mirah has been accepted to Boston University with a full tuition scholarship and intends to study Vocal Performance at the BU College of Fine Arts and English at the BU College of General Studies.

Katie Messenger

Katherine Messenger, daughter of Greg and Michelle Messenger of Strafford, has been involved with the Varsity Soccer and Varsity Softball teams, National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA), the Writing Center, Peer Helpers, and the Student Athlete Leadership Team while at CBNA. Katherine has been accepted to the University of Connecticut, the University of New Hampshire, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, the University of Rhode Island, and Endicott College. She plans to study Biomedical Engineering at URI in the fall semester.

In addition, the CBNA Class of 2020 consists of 175 students scheduled to receive diplomas this year. Ninety-five of these students will be recognized as honor graduates and 30 are members of the National Honor Society. Congratulations to the class of 2020.

CBNA Theatre Students to Present Radium Girls March 12, 13 & 14


CBNA Theatre Students to Present

 D.W. Gregory’s Radium Girls March 12, 13 & 14, 2020


Coe-Brown Northwood Academy Theatre will present the drama Radium Girls March 12, 13 and 14, 2020 at 7 pm in the Gerrish Gym on the CBNA campus.  In 1926, radium was a miracle cure, Madame Curie an international celebrity, and luminous watches the latest rage – until the girls who painted them began to fall ill with a mysterious disease. Inspired by a true story, Radium Girls traces the efforts of Grace Fryer, a dial painter, as she fights for her day in court. Called a “powerful” and “engrossing” drama by critics, the play offers an unflinching look at American obsessions with health, wealth and the commercialization of science.  The company of 26 actors, playing more than 40 roles, is led by seniors Lauren Rose as Grace Fryer and Patrick Helm as Arthur Roeder, Grace’s former employer at the US Radium Corporation. Other cast members include seniors Katherine Blake, Ruby Carr, Emily Dallaire, Olivia Fontes, Brianna Jackson, Shannon Jackson, Mirah Johnston, Connor Nowak, Caitlin Reynolds, and Rylee Rogers; juniors Alex Davidson, Mary Katherine Patteson, Clayton Price, Igor Stojkov, Darin Sweet, and Jordan Trahant; sophomores Mairead O’Shea and Calvin Swett; and freshmen Emberlynn Connor, Christopher Helm, Sam Marcotte, Sierra McGahey, Allie McGuigan, and Christopher Reed. The production is directed by faculty member Elizabeth Lent. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors. Reserved tickets are available at Contact or 603-942-5531 ext. 237 for more information.