DURHAM — Superintendent James Morse and Principal Suzanne Filippone are pleased to announce the graduation of 200 students from Oyster River High School.
DURHAM — As residents prepare for voting day next month, Superintendent James Morse wishes to provide information on the proposed payment schedule for the middle school building project.
DURHAM — Superintendent James Morse is pleased to share that William Kandle, a junior at Oyster River High School, was one of two New Hampshire students chosen to participate in the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) 2019 All-National Honor Ensembles earlier this month.
Superintendent James Morse announces that Oyster River High School will be holding a community night for the district to discuss vaping and the effects it has on the body.
DURHAM – Superintendent James Morse is pleased to share that an Oyster River Cooperative School District educator has been awarded the Fitzwater Medallion for Contributions to the Public Discourse, and a second is a semifinalist to be the New Hampshire Teacher of the Year.
Oyster River Students Implement Power of One Project to Help with Completion of Water Project in Africa
DURHAM – Principal Suzanne Filippone is pleased to announce that Oyster River High School students Sophie Sullivan and Mia Hricz raised $900 to assist with the completion of an essential water project in Africa.
DURHAM – Principal Suzanne Filippone is pleased to announce that six Oyster River students attended the Youth Climate Leaders Academy last week to launch a year-long plan to make the high school more sustainable.
DURHAM — To help ease the transition for students entering high school in the fall, Oyster River High School will hold a “boot camp” orientation this summer to help answer questions and share programming information.
Oyster River High School students are excited about the impact its had on developing skills needed for college and future careers.
DURHAM — Superintendent James Morse is pleased to announce that an Oyster River High School student and faculty member will both be recognized by the National Alliance on Mental Illness New Hampshire (NAMI).