sunapee high school Economics class
Each student designs a business they would like to someday own and operate. As a culmination to the class, they pitch their business, “Shark Tank” style and try to attract fictional investors. As part of their preparation for this pitch, volunteers coach the students during a 1 hour session.
Here is how it works: The coaching session is done “speed dating” style. The coach sits with one student at a time for 8 minutes. The students give the pitch for their business and the coach provides praise, constructive criticism, asks questions and offers helpful ideas.
Movie Nights in Sunapee – a Great Success!
Sunapee Harbor – Ben Mere Park
Participants brought blankets, chairs and their favorite movie snacks to enjoy a FREE night at the moves in the Harbor!
Teddy Bear Picnic – 2018
Another fun-filled afternoon at the Teddy Bear Picnic. See you next year!
Spring into Summer 2018
JOIN FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS IN SUNAPEE HARBOR
ON FRIDAY, JUNE 8TH, 5-9PM!
Restaurants, shops, the Historical Museum and the Livery will be open for your pleasure
as we “Spring into Sunapee’s Sestercentennial Summer”
Candidates Forum 2018
This is your opportunity to participate and become informed of candidates’ qualifications and opinions regarding town and school issues of vital interest to our community’s future.
Doors open at 6:30 for voters to meet and mingle with candidates. Refreshments served.
Date: March 6, 2018
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Sunapee Methodist Church
This non-partisan community service is sponsored by Project Sunapee.
TEDDY BEAR PICNIC
FLASH BASH 2017
“What is your PERSPECTIVE?”
Professional photographers, amateurs and students – all in one exhibit! Judges awarded ribbons opening night – People’s choice awards were announced at the close of the show.
Renaissance Fair 2017
February 22, 2017 – In conjunction with the NH League of Women’s Voters, Project Sunapee sponsored an evening for community members to get to know their candidates. VIEW HERE.
On Thursday, December 8 local business owners and community members volunteered to help students at SMHS with their economics projects. Students had drafted ideas for businesses they would someday want to own and operate, and adults provided feedback. Students and volunteers rotated around the room in a “speed dating” format, meeting for about 8 minutes and then moving on to the next idea. It was a great afternoon with energy, creativity, and connection between community members and students. Interested in joining us next time? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Haunted Harbor Halloween 2016
Thanks to all who volunteered to help make Haunted Harbor Halloween a “spooktacular” time for all! Congratulations to winners of the costume contest and the pumpkin carving contest.
October 18, 2016 – In conjunction with the NH League of Women’s Voters, Project Sunapee sponsored an evening for community members to get to know their candidates.