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WFH39 WFH39@northernhs.org
13:17
can I get permissions to record so the family can watch that are working?
Payton Mathieu
13:28
yes
Jen
13:44
yes
Leah & Jeff Carpentier
13:54
yes
WFH39 WFH39@northernhs.org
14:03
it says I need permissions
Mia Salamone (she/her)
14:29
Hi all! We are recording the event, and can share out the link afterwards :)
WFH39 WFH39@northernhs.org
14:35
ok ty
Hollis Wilson
14:38
Thank you!!!
Matthew Hickey
14:48
thank you
Aubrey Hickey
14:58
thanks
Tyler Kendall
15:03
wheres the music comin from
addie hamilton
15:19
hi
Matthew Hickey
15:26
hi
Martha Madsen
15:31
Welcome everyone! I'm so thrilled to hear from NH youth!
logan
15:46
hi
Aubrey Hickey
15:47
same
Cameron
15:54
hi
addie hamilton
16:02
when is this going to start?
Christopher Marks
16:03
go NH
Hollis Wilson
16:07
Hello Martha!
Miley.Houle
16:20
hi mrs.Wilson
Martha Madsen
16:29
Hello Holly
Hollis Wilson
16:36
Hi Miley!!!
Payton Mathieu
16:50
Hi miley
Amanda Maguire
17:01
Welcome everyone! A couple more minutes and we will get started!
Makenzie and makayla murphy
17:10
do we need our cameras on
Aubrey Hickey
17:10
ok!
addie hamilton
17:27
ok
Amanda Maguire
18:06
Cameras on if you like! Ok if you don’t! Totally up to you :)
Richard Deaforges
18:07
Hi mrs Wilson diced to tag along
Hollis Wilson
18:35
Hi RJ, you are awesome!
Miley.Houle
19:25
this is some good music
logan
19:55
yes
delainey parks
19:57
yes
Matthew Hickey
20:02
yes
kara
20:02
yes
addie hamilton
20:10
yes
Hayden Shannon
20:13
yes
Cameron
20:15
hi
Cameron
20:19
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Jill Bass (she/hers)
20:31
Excited to hear youth voice!
Robin Carpentier
20:55
weare middle school.....flowers blooming
Claudia Dustin
20:56
Claudia Dustin
Tyler Andrews
20:58
Weare Middle School
Makenzie and makayla murphy
20:58
henniker and the flowers
addie hamilton
21:01
NH grovton
Aubrey Hickey
21:06
Aubrey Hickey the wether im from grovton high school
Jill Bass (she/hers)
21:07
Jill, Mikva Challenge, it feels so good to be outside today!
Mallory Langkau
21:08
Ms. Langkau from Groveton!
Martha Madsen
21:10
NH Civics!
Anna Brown
21:11
Anna Brown from Citizens Count. Favorite part is watching my cat lose her mind over the birds nesting right outside the window.
logan
21:11
Logan from groveton high school
Matthew Hickey
21:13
Matthew Hickey Groveton Middle shool and the sun is the best
Miley.Houle
21:14
Im Miley houle i go to weare middle school and i love the blossoming flowers
kara
21:17
Groveton NH kara
Jaylynn Coker
21:18
Hi im Jaylynn from weare middle school and I love the weather
Stefanie Hausman
21:19
Stefanie Hausman, Clarity Innovations (Portland, OR) - love the smells of spring
Jan Dwinnells
21:21
Jan Dwinnells/Weare Middle School fav thing maple syrup
Em
21:22
Henniker and reading outside
Kari Hickey
21:24
Brady hickey from Groveton middle school
Jake Morrill
21:28
Weare Middle School. Spring skiing!
Phil Matzke
21:29
Phil Matzke, Dean of Teaching and Learning for Weare Middle School, and I am loving the bird calls today.
Jen
21:30
Amanda leonard Henniker community school and I am look ing forward to campgrounds opening
Debbie Kane
21:30
Hi, I’m Debbie Kane rom the NH Institute of Civics Education and my favorite part about spring is going out for a run without ice on the road!
logan
21:32
middle school
John M. Lewis
21:32
John Lewis NH Civics--warm balmy weather!
Hollis Wilson
21:33
Hi! I am Holly Wilson. I teach at Weare Middle School. I love the sound of birds in the spring!
Karrie Miner
21:34
Karrie, Mikva Challenge, and the green popping out from the snow is my favorite!
Payton Mathieu
21:36
Hi I'm Payton and I am from Weare middle school and the fresh grass for my horses and riding in the spring
Jackson Lochmandy
21:38
Henniker Community School, warm not hot weather.
Jill Pinard
21:39
SAU 24 and I am waiting for the crocus to pop up.
Kayla Barriere
21:39
Kayla Barriere, my favorite thing about spring is warm weather.
Nakia Baussmann
21:42
Nakia Baussmann frome groveton high school
Brooke
21:42
my name is Brooke. im from Groveton high school and my favorite thing about spring is the flowers
Richard Deaforges
21:44
Supporting friends and peeres
Jayden Supernois
21:44
Jayden Supernois from Groveton Middle School and swimming
Lori Langlois
21:44
Lori Langlois, North Country Education Services (in Gorham)
Kiernan Osgood Speech
21:46
Eloisa Osgood Weare Middle School My favorite thing about spring the baby animals!
Christopher Marks
21:47
Christopher Marks
Shawne Hilliard
21:55
Shawne Hilliard here-the principal at Weare Middle School and I love longer sunny days!
Dianna G. Terrell
21:56
Saint Anselm College in Manch - Hi!
Savannah Chapman
21:57
Savannah Chapman from Weare Middle School and I love the beautiful sounds.
Christopher Marks
22:00
Littleton NH
Beth Evans
22:01
Beth Evans/Weare Middle School/Birds Chirping
delainey parks
22:05
Delainey, Grovrton high schoo. I like going on walks and playing outside with my family and my dogs
Clay Kriese
22:05
Clay Kriese, Director of Weare Public Library, My sons and I like Easter.
Janet
22:11
Janet Benson, Weare, warm weather
Wendy Stevens
22:19
Hillsborough, NH. The fiddleheads! πŸ˜‹
Sherry Andrews
22:25
Sherry Andrews - Tyler Andrews' grandmother. Retired Connecticut teacher. Favorite part of Spring - making maple syrup at our sugar house.
loucasagrande
22:34
Lou Casagrande, volunteer at NH civics
Claudia Dustin
22:37
Weare middle school. Claudia Dustin
Evelyn Hopkins
22:39
Evelyn, Parent Groveton Middle School spring flowers :)
Anthony
23:12
Anthony Poore, Humanist and Change Agent. Spring makes me excited for my garden.
Matthew Colby
23:48
Matthew Colby, Principal at Henniker Community School. I'm excited to ride bikes with my family.
Dan Wise
24:25
Trustee, NH Institute for Civics Education; Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant, Boothby Therapy Services. Longer days!
Jill Bass (she/hers)
24:49
Woo-hoo teachers!!!!!
Matthew Hickey
24:57
wooo
Mia Salamone (she/her)
25:00
THANK YOU teachers!!
Payton Mathieu
25:05
YaYaYa
Phil Matzke
25:05
Rock on, folks!
Karrie Miner
25:05
Thank you teachers!!!!
Robin Carpentier
25:05
great job teachers!
Debbie Kane
25:09
Thank you teachers!
Jake Morrill
25:10
Great work teachers!
addie hamilton
25:11
yaaaaaaaaaa go teachers!!!!!
Martha Madsen
25:15
Thank you so much, teachers!
Kiernan Osgood Speech
25:18
Thank you teachers!!!
Jan Dwinnells
25:18
Awesome work, teachers!
Shawne Hilliard
25:26
greatest generation of teachers!!
kara
25:30
thank you teachers
Hayden Shannon
26:02
Thank you teachers
delainey parks
26:14
thank you teachers!!
Tyler Kendall
26:32
THANK YU TEACHERS
Martha Madsen
27:14
We plan to include more communities in this amazing opportunity next year. To learn more about our programs visit nhcivics.org
aubrey
27:23
thank you teachers <3
Aubrey Hickey
27:46
THANKS TEACHERS AND MIKVA PEPOLE
Martha Madsen
28:36
Many thanks to NH Charitable Foundation, the Tillotson Fund, the Jameson Trust, and the NH Democracy Fund for making this happen! We could not do this without you!
Christopher Marks
28:39
can't wait to hear our students
Dan Wise
33:21
I think it is great that civic leaders - like Senator Feltes and Chief Justice Broderick - were involved in listening to these speeches. Thanks to all the students who participated - Democracy Lives!!!
Dan Wise
37:09
Even Oreo! Terrible to hear that!
Anthony
37:13
Nice use of everyday examples!
Jill Bass (she/hers)
37:32
Thank you Payton for naming those businesses. I did not know they did animal testing.
Matthew Hickey
37:56
you are doing great
Makenzie and makayla murphy
38:13
nice job!
Shawne Hilliard
38:17
Fantastic points and great call to action
Karrie Miner
38:18
Thank you for educating us about this important issue and how to take action!
Dianna G. Terrell
38:21
These are things we can all do!
Mary Carlson
38:21
Payton - great speech structure and powerful argument. Well done!
Dan Wise
38:34
I like the emphasis not just on the issue - but what we can do about it.
Hollis Wilson
38:47
So well thought out. Great job@!
Claudia Dustin
38:53
Good job
iPhone
38:59
Very eye opening! Awesome work!
Jayden Supernois
39:02
Good job
Mia Salamone (she/her)
39:04
She did her research!! I’m learning so much
Jill Bass (she/hers)
39:07
So much information!
Jaylynn Coker
39:14
nice job payton!
Hayden Shannon
39:15
Nice job
Jen Begonia
39:18
This is very accessible/understandable while also being very informative.
addie hamilton
39:22
I like your topic
Jan Dwinnells
39:31
I am so glad that you are our future, Peyton!
Kelley Lochmandy
39:32
Nicely done Payton!
Hollis Wilson
39:37
Yay Payton!!!
Dan Wise
39:42
Impactful!
Kiernan Osgood Speech
39:44
Nice job Payton!!!
Matthew Hickey
39:45
You are really clear you did great
Evelyn Hopkins
39:46
awesome job well done Payton
Martha Madsen
39:49
Wonderful!
Dianna G. Terrell
39:51
Payton - Great! You make the case we have the technology to end animal testing.
Shawne Hilliard
39:55
Heartfelt but also science based!
Brooke
39:59
good job!
Clay Kriese
39:59
Good
Christopher Marks
39:59
well done Payton!
Jackson Lochmandy
40:05
great speach! great delivery
logan
40:10
πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹
Mallory Langkau
40:26
Loved it!
Jason
40:29
good
Stefanie Hausman
40:35
Great job - I learned a lot about animal testing!
Matthew Hickey
40:40
that was great
Savannah Chapman
40:46
Super strong argument, and has a lot of background info.
aubrey
41:02
Nice job Payton :)
Jen Begonia
41:04
What great hook with that quote!
Jill Bass (she/hers)
41:06
Great opener Amanda
Tyler Kendall
41:08
πŸ‘πŸ‘
Anthony
41:20
You started with POETRY!!! Woo hooooo!!!
Matthew Hickey
41:23
you are doing so good
Kelley Lochmandy
41:32
I love your animated speech Amanda! I was instantly brought in!!
Claudia Dustin
41:33
Great eye contact!!!
addie hamilton
41:44
sounds intresting
Christopher Marks
41:46
5.2 Trillion
Anna Brown
41:58
Nice calls to action to remind us we can make a difference!
Matthew Hickey
41:58
nice voice level
Dan Wise
42:12
Your voice is really strong. Plus your data. Strong argument.
Becki Malandrino
42:16
Great job Amanda!
Shawne Hilliard
42:16
Amazing points about unsafe water. Well done.
Jayden Supernois
42:36
You're doing amazing
Jill Bass (she/hers)
42:38
I love how you empower your audience to make a difference and give them tangible actions they can take.
Hollis Wilson
42:47
Good suggestions for how we can help now
Hayden Shannon
42:52
Amazing job!!
Makenzie and makayla murphy
43:00
amazing job amanda really great topic well done!!
Payton Mathieu
43:03
This is really powerful great job!
Matthew Colby
43:09
Great job making the topic relatable, Amanda! I could picture the can ring on your wrist!
logan
43:09
πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹
Anthony
43:10
Well done!!!!
Jill Bass (she/hers)
43:10
Good example of policy we could support!
Jen Begonia
43:12
That fact about people dying from lack of water more than other things blew my mind.
Jason
43:12
good
Mary Carlson
43:13
Amanda - I love your call to action. So practical, and passionate! Great job and great delivery!
Tyler Kendall
43:15
πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
aubrey
43:15
Nice job! :D
Brooke
43:16
great job!
Meghan Reilly
43:17
Awesome job Amanda!
addie hamilton
43:17
that was so good!!!!!!!
Clay Kriese
43:20
clap clap
Dianna G. Terrell
43:22
Well done!
Jaylynn Coker
43:22
nice!
Evelyn Hopkins
43:23
great job Amanda :)
Kiernan Osgood Speech
43:24
great job Amanda!
Stefanie Hausman
43:29
Powerful!
addie hamilton
43:31
clap clap
Aubrey Hickey
43:38
great job
iPhone
43:42
Awesome points!!
aubrey
43:45
well done! <3
Matthew Hickey
43:45
good job I loved it
Wendy Stevens
43:47
πŸ‘
Christopher Marks
43:56
major issue for society to confront
Mia Salamone (she/her)
43:56
WILD applause for Amanda!!
Jan Dwinnells
44:03
I hope you either become an environmental lawmaker or a research marine biologist..awesome Amanda
Dan Wise
44:07
You pulled us in and gave us good information. What Dan Feltes said!
Jackson Lochmandy
44:15
great job
Anthony
44:49
I did not know that Tyler. Thank you!
addie hamilton
45:12
good eye contact
Stefanie Hausman
45:17
Such great points, Tyler
Dianna G. Terrell
45:29
Standardized tests don’t lead to kids’ learning. Lots of instructional time when instruction isn’t happening.
Dianna G. Terrell
45:35
Well stated, Tyler.
Makenzie and makayla murphy
45:36
very loud and serious good job!
Kelley Lochmandy
45:38
I couldn't agree more Tyler! Wonderful arguments.
Payton Mathieu
45:43
Great job!
Shawne Hilliard
45:43
Good job choosing a topic that is so meaningful to students.
Aubrey Hickey
45:51
good job
logan
45:52
good job
Hollis Wilson
45:54
So many facts! They work in your favor!
Jen Begonia
45:56
The way you are emphasizing your points is very powerful, Tyler!
Dan Wise
45:57
Your writing is direct and straight to the point. I like that your sentences are active and simple. Easy to take in your arguments.
Matthew Hickey
45:58
test do take to long
Bridget's iPhone
45:59
nice job, Tyler!! Way to go!!
Anna Brown
46:05
I like how you talk about our personal experiences and use "we" to help me understand the personal impact of standardized testing.
Mary Carlson
46:19
Tyler - so passionate, and you helped us understand how much this issue means to you. Great job on your speech!
Jackson Lochmandy
46:20
indeed!
Martha Madsen
46:21
I like your pace.I have time to process what you are saying. You make a good case!
Jayden Supernois
46:24
amazing job!!
iPhone
46:24
So many kids can relate to this topic
Hayden Shannon
46:25
Good job
aubrey
46:43
I like how so many kids can relate to this topic. Nice !job Tyler!
Jan Dwinnells
46:46
great subject, Tyler and great points!
Dianna G. Terrell
46:47
I hear you saying test results are about things that aren’t to do with knowledge! Message received :-)
Stefanie Hausman
46:54
Important points about stress and inequities of standardize tests!
Bridget's iPhone
46:57
nice work citing your evidence!! I’m one happy ELA teacher!
Anthony
47:18
Like how you cited the article and it's underlying claim in support of your position.
Jill Bass (she/hers)
47:54
Tyler I 100% agree with everything you are saying.
Dan Wise
47:58
Great citation of evidence about the fact that it does not compare a student’s progress to themselves!
Dianna G. Terrell
47:59
YES! Tyler, I teach this content to my College students - the importance of getting and giving feedback.
Shawne Hilliard
48:00
Good job strengthening your position with facts and other voices.
Aubrey Hickey
48:12
*clap* *CLAP*
Jaylynn Coker
48:20
Nice Tyler!
addie hamilton
48:24
you sound soconfident
Mallory Langkau
48:33
Amazing job!
Brooke
48:39
great job!
Hollis Wilson
48:40
Yay Tyler!!
Matthew Hickey
48:40
good job on elongating your speeach
Jason
48:42
good
Beth Evans
48:45
Great job!
Clay Kriese
48:46
good job
Jackson Lochmandy
48:46
amazing, great speaking
Kiernan Osgood Speech
48:46
Great job Tyler!
Karrie Miner
48:49
great job!
Naomi Praul
48:53
Right on Tyler! Loved your passion.
Christopher Marks
48:53
DOE take note
addie hamilton
49:00
clap clap clap clap
Evelyn Hopkins
49:18
well done and spoken.
Mia Salamone (she/her)
49:19
**SNAPS** Tyler!
Clay Kriese
49:52
Yep, he was confident.
Jen Begonia
50:46
Nice call to action!
iPhone
50:58
So heartfelt!
Dianna G. Terrell
50:58
Jaylynn - putting people in the right mindset…
delainey parks
51:09
great job girlie!!!
Aubrey Hickey
51:10
awsome
Dan Wise
51:12
Jaylynn - β€œGet that image in your head.” Nice way to personalize your appeal.
Dianna G. Terrell
51:16
Most people have had these experience of being on the receiving end. Well done.
Shawne Hilliard
51:19
Love that you chose something that speaks to you so personally.
Hollis Wilson
51:24
Great to ask your audience to look at themselves
Karrie Miner
51:31
I like how you mention that we all have biases and make judgments, takes the ego out of it. Great job!
aubrey
51:37
You can tell how much this topic means to you by your tone. Nice.
Anna Brown
51:42
"judging to fit in" - words that really sparked some reflection on my part!
Matthew Hickey
51:46
I like how you said you were guilty of this nice honesty
Aubrey Hickey
51:46
YES 100% correct
Dan Wise
51:47
β€œjudging to fit in…” An insightful perspective.
Makenzie and makayla murphy
51:59
very good topic nice choice and very great job
Jackson Lochmandy
52:01
great, how you included the audience
Brooke
52:02
fantastic speech and topic
Stefanie Hausman
52:03
Jaylynn - Grat job connecting personal and political
logan
52:10
great job
Hollis Wilson
52:10
Yay Jaylynn!
Jackson Lochmandy
52:13
great job
Kelley Lochmandy
52:14
I love your insights Jaylynn!!!
Dan Wise
52:15
Yay!
Shawne Hilliard
52:16
"judging to fit in" wow, how can we make everyone know they are an important part of our community.
Becki Malandrino
52:18
Beautifully put Jaylynn
Matthew Colby
52:20
Relatable for everyone, thank you!
Bridget's iPhone
52:22
woo hoo Jaylynn !!
Jason
52:26
good
Anthony
52:30
Well done Jaylynn!!!!!!!
Jaylynn Coker
52:30
Thank you everyone!
Evelyn Hopkins
52:31
wonderful job, so hard for so many for that topic and proud you were able to speak out about it :)
Kiernan Osgood Speech
52:31
Good job jaylynn
Mary Carlson
52:32
Jaylynn - Powerful argument for a subject we all experience. Fresh topic, and great delivery.
Christopher Marks
52:34
yes- judging to fit in- big point!!
Anthony
52:44
Can I get an AMEN btw. Peace & Blessings Sister.
Jan Dwinnells
52:44
Jaylynn, you are a brave warrior that reminds of our battle with what it means to be humankind.
Hayden Shannon
53:01
nice
Kayla Barriere
53:24
very fluent
Matthew Hickey
55:04
really fluent and nice eye contct
Aubrey Hickey
55:12
awsome!!
Hayden Shannon
55:40
Maga awsome
Hollis Wilson
55:54
so vivid and powerful. Nice job!
Mia Salamone (she/her)
55:57
I can tell how passionate you are about this issue - thank you for taking a stand and speaking out
aubrey
55:57
I really like this topic nice job
addie hamilton
55:59
doing good makenzie
Jill Bass (she/hers)
56:14
Makenzie β€” you have so much detail and research in your speech.
delainey parks
56:15
good job!
Dianna G. Terrell
56:16
Makenzie - A challenging and timely subject. Say their names!
Stefanie Hausman
56:18
Powerful speech!
Mia Salamone (she/her)
56:22
You really paint a picture. It’s powerful
Shawne Hilliard
56:23
very timely content
logan
56:43
powerful and feelingful
Martha Madsen
56:49
Great delivery! So well researched and a well organized statement.
Jill Bass (she/hers)
56:58
Great solutions β€” body cams, trainings.
Mallory Langkau
56:58
Great job with specific examples as evidence!
Kelley Lochmandy
56:59
Nice delivery Makenzie!
Anna Brown
57:02
Good job moving into the possible solutions! I think it's always powerful to not just highlight a problem, but highlight the solutions.
Dianna G. Terrell
57:03
So much starts with education…
Matthew Colby
57:13
You demonstrated a great understanding about what happened and using the events to connect to your audience
Jaylynn Coker
57:15
Awsome!
Christopher Marks
57:28
huge issue- challenging and multi- faceted
Mary Carlson
57:33
Makenzie - great use of facts to help us understand the issue. Excellent call to action! Thank you for helping us to visualize a better world.
Bridget's iPhone
57:39
powerful. Well done!
Meghan Reilly
57:41
Well done Makenzie!
Matthew Hickey
57:46
good qout
Jan Dwinnells
57:50
You keep standing on that soapbox, Makenzie...we need this speech to make us all better humans!
Brooke
57:53
great speech!! I love the topic
Kiernan Osgood Speech
57:56
great pace Makenzie!
Jackson Lochmandy
57:58
great delivery and the changing of tones in voice.
Jason
57:58
good
Dan Wise
58:01
I like your conclusion. Passionate and well-delivered.
addie hamilton
58:01
clap clap
Claudia Dustin
58:02
Really good speech. The topic is really good and well thought out!!
Evelyn Hopkins
58:04
Great job Makenzie
Aubrey Hickey
58:12
claping
Jen
58:15
great job Makenzie!! -amanda
aubrey
58:15
nice
iPhone
58:37
Such a brave choice!
Becki Malandrino
58:50
Fantastic job Makenzie!
Anthony
58:53
Wonderful job Makenzie. You handled a difficult topic very well. Thank you for saying their names!
Mallory Langkau
59:41
So well spoken!
Hollis Wilson
59:45
Fabulous eye contact!
iPhone
59:48
I love the set up!!
Stefanie Hausman
59:56
Wow - the setting!
delainey parks
59:59
nice set up!
Makenzie and makayla murphy
01:00:09
great topic amazing job jackson
logan
01:00:12
its powerful and i love the background
Stefanie Hausman
01:00:14
What a professional delivery
Jen Begonia
01:00:17
Jackson, your eye contact with the camera is incredible!
Martha Madsen
01:00:20
Yes, the staging and delivery are very effective.
Naomi Praul
01:00:27
Fantastic eye contact!
Aubrey Hickey
01:00:36
good job!!!!!
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:00:37
Jackson, I feel like you are talking directly to me.
Dianna G. Terrell
01:00:39
Jackson - It’s hard to imagine life without electricity, which is FINITE! 150 years. You make a good case for renewable energy !
Christopher Marks
01:00:41
great delivery
Matthew Hickey
01:00:46
I love the computer nice sdd
Dan Wise
01:00:52
Great start, and I like that you are speaking conversationally.
Shawne Hilliard
01:00:53
Do you see a future in front of a camera? You would be great!
iPhone
01:00:59
Tell us Jackson!
Dianna G. Terrell
01:01:44
WHAT! 3700 years? Wow!🀯
Matthew Colby
01:01:52
Great job incorporating the long history of wind turbines into your speech. It helps us to really understand the feasibility of wind power!
Dan Wise
01:02:22
Yes the persuasiveness of the historical background. Well-put. I have not heard that dimension before.
Mary Carlson
01:02:29
Fresh topic, Jackson! I feel like you taught us all so much. Also love your video background and use of sound effects :)
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:02:43
Your speech is such a good example of why science and civics should work together.
Becki Malandrino
01:02:48
Amazing Jackson!
Hollis Wilson
01:02:49
You show ow this affects more than humans! Great!
Dianna G. Terrell
01:02:52
Something tells me you really understand the mechanics in terms of how these things work, and they cycles that make it renewable.
Dianna G. Terrell
01:03:01
*the
Hayden Shannon
01:03:25
Good speech
Makenzie and makayla murphy
01:03:33
once again nice job
addie hamilton
01:03:37
fancy
Jen
01:03:57
great job Jackson! -Amanda
Bridget's iPhone
01:04:00
so much good information!
Anna Brown
01:04:17
You've done a good job pacing through this entire speech. I tend to talk too fast! You really let the words sink in.
logan
01:04:22
i love the old fasion background
Kelley Lochmandy
01:04:26
We are so very proud of you! Wonderful, compelling arguement.
Mia Salamone (she/her)
01:04:27
I appreciate your pacing - this is a lot of important information, and you give us time to really absorb it
Anthony
01:04:39
Good depth Jackson. Love the Bell btw!
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:04:40
I just learned so much about different forms of energy.
Clay Kriese
01:05:04
Yep, takes me back to '83.
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:05:39
I don’t think wind turbines are eyesores. I think they look cool.
Brooke
01:05:54
great job!!
Meghan Reilly
01:05:55
Well done Jackson!
Kiernan Osgood Speech
01:05:56
Good job Jackson!
Jan Dwinnells
01:05:58
You have done a great job with a compelling argument.
Makenzie and makayla murphy
01:05:59
wow amazing
Clay Kriese
01:06:08
"Blown Away" good pun
Payton Mathieu
01:06:11
Jackson that was amazing. great job.
Christopher Marks
01:06:29
great job Jackson
Mia Salamone (she/her)
01:06:30
Very thoughtful, creative set up!
Aubrey Hickey
01:06:50
good job jackson
Stefanie Hausman
01:07:10
Jackson - you have a lot of talent!
Jason
01:07:31
good
Makenzie and makayla murphy
01:08:23
very good topic miley!
Shawne Hilliard
01:08:23
Great passion!
Mallory Langkau
01:08:27
Wow, the passion!
delainey parks
01:08:29
great topic
Hollis Wilson
01:08:45
Your passion is great!
Kelley Lochmandy
01:08:46
Excellent work Miley!
logan
01:08:50
great job
Brooke
01:08:50
great topic!
Shawne Hilliard
01:08:51
amazing call to action!
Kiernan Osgood Speech
01:08:55
cool topic Miley!
Jackson Lochmandy
01:08:55
great job
Karrie Miner
01:08:57
Great job! Very passionate about an important topic
Martha Madsen
01:08:58
Great passion!
Mary Carlson
01:08:58
Miley -love your passion!
Hayden Shannon
01:09:00
Good job
Jason
01:09:01
good
Beth Evans
01:09:02
Passion is very strong!
Anthony
01:09:03
Powerful!
Mia Salamone (she/her)
01:09:03
Clap clap clap!!!
Jan Dwinnells
01:09:04
very passionate speech Miley...great job!
Christopher Marks
01:09:56
Thank you for covering this- perhaps off the radar for many in a less diverse often rural state!
Hollis Wilson
01:09:57
Yay Miley!
Bridget's iPhone
01:10:11
woo hoo Miley!
Dianna G. Terrell
01:10:21
Miley - I can tell you’re fired up.πŸ”₯ Racism is the original epidemic.
Aubrey Hickey
01:10:22
yay miley
Kami
01:10:24
good job miley
Kami
01:10:31
yay brooke
Mallory Langkau
01:10:35
Yay Brooke!!!!
Matthew Hickey
01:10:40
brooke
delainey parks
01:10:41
GO BROOKE!!!!!
iPhone
01:10:44
Yaaaaaaaas quuuuueeeeeen!
Aubrey Hickey
01:10:55
OMG BROOKE!!!!!!!
Makenzie and makayla murphy
01:11:00
such a bold and amazing topic great job brooke!\
Matthew Hickey
01:11:06
nice job
Hayden Shannon
01:11:29
MEGA GOOD JOB!!!
Stefanie Hausman
01:11:37
Brooke, you are so poised!
Aubrey Hickey
01:11:45
awsome brooke
Hollis Wilson
01:11:55
You are so confident.
Mary Carlson
01:11:59
Brooke - you taught me so much! Impressive delivery - such a pro
Martha Madsen
01:11:59
Very poised and clear!
Anthony
01:12:04
Nice posture. Good control of your hands (I tend to fidget). Your eye contact is really good as well.
Shawne Hilliard
01:12:07
Very well spoken - nice job!
Anna Brown
01:12:11
I like how you highlight the problem, highlight a possible solution, and tie that into current events.
iPhone
01:12:14
You are so educated on this topic!
Matthew Hickey
01:12:24
nice and clear
Kelley Lochmandy
01:12:37
Very well spoken!!
Mallory Langkau
01:12:41
So proud! Nice job, Brooke!
Dianna G. Terrell
01:12:43
Brooke - Good strategy to remind us of the changes that we can see and experience, since many of these changes happen slowly.
Martha Madsen
01:12:44
persuasive!
Jason
01:12:46
goooooooood
Aubrey Hickey
01:12:46
i can hear you so well go brooke
delainey parks
01:12:48
wooo hooo brooke!!!!
Brooke
01:12:48
thank you all so much
Naomi Praul
01:12:48
Excellent message!
Anthony
01:12:53
I appreciate how you used the phrase..."my call to action" and then gave folks places to take action with!!!
Jason
01:12:54
goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood
Kiernan Osgood Speech
01:12:57
Great job Brooke!
kara
01:12:59
great job broke
Jan Dwinnells
01:13:03
From the perspective of a science teacher...thank you so much...keep spreading the word!
Matthew Hickey
01:13:03
woohoo
Christopher Marks
01:13:15
this impacts NH from Moose to Maple Syrup!
Beth Evans
01:13:16
Well said Brooke
Jackson Lochmandy
01:13:16
great job, way to address the factualy argument
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:13:21
Eye contact in a recording is so hard, I don’t know how you do it!
Brooke
01:14:07
thank you so much!
delainey parks
01:14:13
rockstar!!
Matthew Hickey
01:14:16
great job
iPhone
01:14:23
Yaaaaaaay Brooooooookieeeee!!!!
Makenzie and makayla murphy
01:15:05
such a big topic that should be talked about nice job reese
Aubrey Hickey
01:15:05
your doing awsome
Shawne Hilliard
01:15:19
such a personal approach!
Aubrey Hickey
01:15:32
awesome
Anna Brown
01:15:37
I always find a personal story helps me connect with an issue. As a woman this issue definitely resonates with me!
Kami
01:15:39
good job with your backround info
Hollis Wilson
01:15:40
This is so educational for those of us who do not know much about riding and horses
Karrie Miner
01:15:42
Wow, an important issue largely, but I like how you made it more specific.
Mary Carlson
01:15:45
Reese - you included a personal story which really illustrated the issue for us. You made it feel real for me. So powerful.
Dianna G. Terrell
01:15:51
I had no idea that the equestrian world was also judging the body of the riders. Thanks for presenting this. I am sorry to hear your friend went through this.
Jan Dwinnells
01:15:57
It has been going on for decades...thank you so much for exposing this!
Martha Madsen
01:15:59
personal story really makes your point
Stefanie Hausman
01:16:03
Great use of storytelling - such an important topic!
Mallory Langkau
01:16:07
Wow, what a great topic to share!
Dan Wise
01:16:21
Very powerful topic. Concise story telling.
Anthony
01:16:22
I never knew!!!
Nakia Baussmann
01:16:23
wow this is a great topic
Kelley Lochmandy
01:16:24
That was really well done!
Matthew Hickey
01:16:24
good job
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:16:26
Body’s are perfect the way they are! YES
Jaylynn Coker
01:16:26
yesss Reese!
Jason
01:16:27
good
Phil Matzke
01:16:27
Wow! Great topic! So personal and motivating.
Hollis Wilson
01:16:28
Yay Reese!
Bridget's iPhone
01:16:28
great topic, Reese! Fabulous and important closing message!
Kiernan Osgood Speech
01:16:29
great job Reese!
delainey parks
01:16:31
good job!
Karrie Miner
01:16:31
β€œBodies are perfect the way they are” great quote!
iPhone
01:16:33
So relatable
Payton Mathieu
01:16:33
way to go Reese you did a great job
Kristen Lundeen
01:16:33
Well done Reese!
Anthony
01:16:35
Thank you for teaching me something today.
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:16:35
I had no idea. Thank you for educating me
Aubrey Hickey
01:16:36
AWESOME
Shawne Hilliard
01:16:36
A topic I was never aware of - great job Reese and great job telling us steps that can be taken.
Jackson Lochmandy
01:16:37
great job
Kami
01:16:41
good job reese
Jan Dwinnells
01:17:12
I loved this speech...so meaningful to us horsegirls! and so meaningful for all women...all people!
delainey parks
01:17:13
good job
aubrey
01:17:25
nice nice
Hollis Wilson
01:17:30
Your ribbons in the background are impressive
Clay Kriese
01:17:38
Anecdotes are more persuasive than stats.
Aubrey Hickey
01:17:42
I agree
Matthew Hickey
01:17:44
clap x 20
Christopher Marks
01:17:44
personal connection appeals to our heart- well done
Hayden Shannon
01:17:47
Good job
Martha Madsen
01:17:49
Yes, the setting was great!
Jan Dwinnells
01:18:01
I just wished you would have shown us the wall of blue ribbons, too!
Kami
01:18:36
wow this is a big topic
Karrie Miner
01:18:55
Good job explaining and laying out what specifically we are talking about when we talk about trans people. An important issue!
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:18:55
Yes! Appreciate the history lesson on trans history.
Matthew Hickey
01:19:06
wow really powerfull
delainey parks
01:19:12
yes it is also importent
Aubrey Hickey
01:19:18
veary big strong topic and you are doing great with it
Brooke
01:19:27
great topic!
aubrey
01:19:29
did you know its actually a law in texas
Christopher Marks
01:19:40
the historical perspective was a great segment
Jackson Lochmandy
01:19:48
great, citing of the applicating
Stefanie Hausman
01:19:58
Such an important topic - thank you!
Shawne Hilliard
01:20:01
Interesting points and great data
Martha Madsen
01:20:02
great delivery, very well-spoken and well-researched and organized.
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:20:03
Those are disturbing numbers.
Jackson Lochmandy
01:20:04
*application
iPhone
01:20:05
Wow. Great job!
Mary Carlson
01:20:08
Makayla - great storytelling skills! Starting with history and then making it more specific. You really drew us into your topic. Great use of stats - creates a sense of urgency for us.
Anthony
01:20:18
Good use of data
Hollis Wilson
01:20:18
These facts are powerful! I did not know that1
Hayden Shannon
01:20:19
Good speech
Jen
01:20:46
great job Makayla! -Amanda
Matthew Hickey
01:21:05
It is really true but none should be treated like that
Kelley Lochmandy
01:21:14
I love that you are speaking from your heart. So well done!
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:21:17
Great use of statistics
Matthew Hickey
01:21:32
I totally agree with you
addie hamilton
01:21:42
same
Bridget's iPhone
01:21:48
great confidence, facts, and passion!
Christopher Marks
01:21:50
I wish our full congressional delegation could hear these talented students!
Anna Brown
01:21:54
Good job bringing up the intersecting issues of racism and transphobia. Identity is so complex and all forms of discrimination can intersect.
Anthony
01:21:59
Thanks for giving us all hope Makayla!
Dianna G. Terrell
01:22:00
Makayla -This is an equal protection issue, where protection is not equal. Well done to draw attention to this issue. I appreciate the bravery to use β€œwe” as you describe the challenge.
Aubrey Hickey
01:22:02
I feel like she has experanced this its so heartwarming
Jackson Lochmandy
01:22:04
very impowering.
Becki Malandrino
01:22:06
Thank you Makayla - amazing presentation
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:22:31
Opinions are opinions and shouldn’t lead to violence
Dan Wise
01:23:03
Important issue. You make this a conversation which makes it persuasive. I like your suggestions about action items.
Shawne Hilliard
01:23:04
"big or small platform"
Martha Madsen
01:23:11
I appreciate your offering action items.
Hollis Wilson
01:23:16
good suggestions of what we can do
Matthew Colby
01:23:42
Thanks for presenting about such a timely topic, Makayla!
Karrie Miner
01:23:48
Love the call out to give to non-profit organizations! A lot of small gifts add up to big impact for the organization!
Christopher Marks
01:23:50
one of the final civil rights hurdles
Anthony
01:23:53
Niiiiiice Makayla. Wow.
Bridget's iPhone
01:24:19
I love the list of ways to take action!
Brooke
01:24:36
great speech!!!!
Aubrey Hickey
01:24:45
awesome
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:24:48
Love the end β€” C’mon, Let’s go!
Meghan Reilly
01:24:49
Fantastic job Makayla!
Jackson Lochmandy
01:24:51
great job.
Evelyn Hopkins
01:24:54
great job
Kiernan Osgood Speech
01:24:55
Good job makayla
Brian Brady
01:24:55
Powerful speech!
Jason
01:25:01
good
Mallory Langkau
01:25:04
Very powerful!
Martha Madsen
01:26:14
Very brave. Thank you for reminding us of the Golden Rule.
Dianna G. Terrell
01:27:15
So many organizations to support, and Makayla, I appreciate that you listed a lot of diverse organizations that support this cause. β€œSo, c’mon!” Love it.✨
Aubrey Hickey
01:28:10
AWESOME TOIC!
Aubrey Hickey
01:28:18
TOPIC
Karrie Miner
01:28:33
You made me think by asking if we had never not accepted a secret, such a great point!
Payton Mathieu
01:28:36
very passionate! really good
Shawne Hilliard
01:28:44
Personal story...very engaging
Jaylynn Coker
01:29:04
Great topic Savannah
Hollis Wilson
01:29:14
You are very insightful!
Kiernan Osgood Speech
01:29:14
Love it Hammer!!! - Jamie and Kiernan
Jackson Lochmandy
01:29:14
amazing how you added a story example to your speach
Bridget's iPhone
01:29:21
great personal examples, Savannah!
Aubrey Hickey
01:29:40
AWESOME PERSANL STORY
Anna Brown
01:29:42
Wow, what a intense social experiment! Great clear message at the end.
Kami
01:29:43
This is deep
Hollis Wilson
01:29:45
Yay Savannah!
Brooke
01:29:46
great topic
Dianna G. Terrell
01:29:48
Savannah, your focus on how to *respond* rather than avoiding gossip is SMART approach.
Kiernan Osgood Speech
01:29:49
Great job Hammer!!!!
Shawne Hilliard
01:29:53
Wonderful job!
Jackson Lochmandy
01:30:12
great speach!
iPhone 6S (1)
01:30:13
Good job savannah
Matthew Colby
01:30:13
Responding is so important! Even just saying "STOP!"
Anthony
01:30:17
Well done Savannah!!
Kristen Lundeen
01:30:23
Well done Savannah
Christopher Marks
01:30:28
such an important topic in our super public digital society
Anthony
01:30:35
You reminded me of a newscaster with your handheld device
Mary Carlson
01:30:35
Savannah - fresh topic, and one that affects all of us. Your personal story made it feel so real. Great delivery, and you really made me think about how I should respond to gossip. It’s real.
Jason
01:30:35
good
Aubrey Hickey
01:31:19
good gooood
Martha Madsen
01:31:30
Very poised. Important topic, especially in this time of misinformation easily spread on social media. I liked how you discussed how best to respond, and your description of the "trap."
Kami
01:31:57
YAY DD!
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:32:00
Nice soapbox!
Anna Brown
01:32:01
An actual soap box!!!!! Love it
Mallory Langkau
01:32:03
Yay Delaney! So proud!
Brooke
01:32:04
yesssss delaineyyyyyy
iPhone
01:32:10
Yaaaaaaaaaaas delainey!!!
Aubrey Hickey
01:32:11
yay
Nakia Baussmann
01:32:16
yay delainey!!
Matthew Hickey
01:32:18
Delainey
Payton Mathieu
01:32:24
WoOhOo
Brian Brady
01:32:27
Great topic
Shawne Hilliard
01:32:35
Love "have you ever..."
iPhone 6S (1)
01:32:35
Good job Delainey
Karrie Miner
01:32:40
I like the call out to perceived flaws!
Aubrey Hickey
01:32:41
love it!
Dianna G. Terrell
01:32:43
YES
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:32:44
Perceived flaws β€” so deep. It does not define you or make it so.
addie hamilton
01:32:46
gob job delainey
iPhone 6S (1)
01:32:46
That is amazing
Karrie Miner
01:32:51
Agreed the world would be boring if we were all the same!
Anthony
01:32:53
Agreed!!
aubrey
01:33:08
period i love this
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:33:12
You are so inspiring with your positivity.
iPhone
01:33:13
I love this great job!
Stefanie Hausman
01:33:19
Such an important message
Beth Evans
01:33:26
Great eye contact
iPhone 6S (1)
01:33:36
I think she did I really nice job on her speech
Kami
01:33:42
GOOD JOB DD!
Dianna G. Terrell
01:33:43
As a woman who was 5 feet 7 inches in seventh grade (taller than everyone) I totally appreciate your topic. Well done - I want to be me, not BORING.
Karrie Miner
01:33:43
Great job!!
Hollis Wilson
01:33:45
Your call to action is simple yet sooo important
Brooke
01:33:48
great jobbb!!!
Makenzie and makayla murphy
01:33:49
amazing job
Martha Madsen
01:33:50
Great delivery and important topic. I like your call to action.
Kami
01:33:51
YAY!!!
Aubrey Hickey
01:33:52
god job
addie hamilton
01:33:57
yaaaaaa
Matthew Hickey
01:33:57
great job
Naomi Praul
01:33:58
A really nice message - lots of good points.
Brian Brady
01:34:02
Love the simple call to action
Kiernan Osgood Speech
01:34:03
good job Delainey!
Mary Carlson
01:34:04
Delainey - you give me hope. If we could all embrace your suggestions, we would be so happy. Great speech and good job helping us all relate.
Jayden Supernois
01:34:04
amazing speech
Hayden Shannon
01:34:20
MEGA GOOD JOB DELAINEY!!!
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:34:32
I agree β€” Dalainey should be an inspirational speaker
Kelley Lochmandy
01:34:34
These kiddos are wonderful. Delainey...wow!! Just loved it!
Christopher Marks
01:34:57
I think the needle is starting to move- thank you for putting this up!
Jackson Lochmandy
01:35:04
great way to include the audience in your speach!!
Dianna G. Terrell
01:35:34
I love how we saw you on the soapbox…
Mallory Langkau
01:35:51
Yay!
Matthew Colby
01:35:52
Great job everyone!
Karrie Miner
01:35:52
Great job!!!!!!!
Dianna G. Terrell
01:35:52
✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨
Kami
01:35:53
yay
Makenzie and makayla murphy
01:35:53
amazing job everybody
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:35:54
Thank you NH youth!
Matthew Hickey
01:35:54
yaaaaa hooo
Anna Brown
01:35:55
All so inspiring!!!!!!!!
logan
01:35:56
πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹
aubrey
01:35:57
Nice! :)
Stefanie Hausman
01:35:58
Great job, everyone!!
Jake Morrill
01:35:58
Great work everyone!
Clay Kriese
01:35:58
clap clap
Matthew Hickey
01:35:59
good job
Phil Matzke
01:35:59
YES!!! GREAT JOB!!
Karrie Miner
01:36:00
Very inspired by all of you
Mary Carlson
01:36:00
Every speech was SOOOOOO good…
Jackson Lochmandy
01:36:01
*clap *clap
Jill Pinard
01:36:03
Great job everyone!
Debbie Kane
01:36:03
Great job everyone!!!!
Anthony
01:36:04
Woot Woot!!!!
Jayden Supernois
01:36:04
*clap* *clap*
Jaylynn Coker
01:36:05
great!
Kristen Lundeen
01:36:05
great job everyone!!
delainey parks
01:36:06
Thank you!!
Anthony
01:36:08
Great Job!!!!
Kami
01:36:08
YAY!!!!
Brian Brady
01:36:11
Yay New Hampshire!
iPhone 6S (1)
01:36:11
Good job everyone
Beth Evans
01:36:12
Amazing job everyone!
Jackson Lochmandy
01:36:13
Great job everyone
Kristen & Travis
01:36:14
Brilliant everyone!!
Hayden Shannon
01:36:15
clap clap clap
Aubrey Hickey
01:36:17
yay evreyone
Hollis Wilson
01:36:18
Terrific everyone!
Christopher Marks
01:36:20
you are amazing
Leah & Jeff Carpentier
01:36:21
where was McKenna?
Sherry Andrews
01:36:24
Great job by all students! Teachers, you should be so proud!
Naomi Praul
01:36:35
Great job everyone - some really important and meaningful topics!
Dianna G. Terrell
01:36:45
🌟🌟
Dianna G. Terrell
01:36:51
Are we missing a video?
Becki Malandrino
01:36:59
Fantastic job everyone. Keep speaking your minds and working for what you believe in!
Evelyn Hopkins
01:37:08
are we going to be able to see the videos that our kids did that were not on here?
Shawne Hilliard
01:37:10
These students make me so proud to be a part of the educational community in NH. Thank you everyone.
Jackson Lochmandy
01:38:12
I didn't know that body shaming was even a thing, now i know and also a lot of amazing facts to go with them.
Dianna G. Terrell
01:38:15
Thank you! I really enjoyed watching these 13 videos. This was a great compilation of topics well done!
Makenzie and makayla murphy
01:38:26
An amazing job everyone you should be very proud i know i am!
Karrie Miner
01:38:31
I learned an easy definition for trans gender people, I felt inspired by the topics and passion, and I plan to continue to speak up and elevate all these important issues
Anna Brown
01:38:31
Head: I learned that bodyshaming is a significant problem in competitive horse shows.Heart: I felt so moved by the terribly sad statistics about violence against transgender people.Feet: I'm going to tell someone they're beautiful tomorrow!
Martha Madsen
01:38:32
The NH Youth are inspiring me to braver in speaking and acting!
Mallory Langkau
01:38:37
Evelyn , yes! Email me :)
Shawne Hilliard
01:38:39
I am going to tell someone I love them, I am going to research products more closely about animal testing, I learned about body shaming in the equestrian world.
Jake Morrill
01:38:42
These students are amazing and brave and I feel very proud. I am going to look for more ways to empower student voices.
Christopher Marks
01:38:45
I am going to go over this with my Social Studies students tomorrow in hopes of inspiring the process going forward
delainey parks
01:38:50
I learned that windmills could hurt animals, i was so exsited to see my speech up on here and I will check out some call to actions!!
Karrie Miner
01:39:01
I also will try to better understand wind energy and ways to fight against climate change!
Aubrey Hickey
01:39:08
kids have awesome topics, I fet happy for my peers, somthing im going to do is think about what evreyone said!
Hollis Wilson
01:39:29
I learned some facts about energy, transgender and BLM. I felt proud of ALL of these students. I want to help students get involved with their call to actions. We can all do this together!
Naomi Praul
01:39:34
I felt/feel HOPEFUL realizing that our youth are paying attention and feeling these issues - and feel strongly enough to inspire positive change.
Phil Matzke
01:39:51
I felt so compelled by many speeches (really tugged at the heart strings). I also applaud these students for speaking on issues that really touch their lives. Their speeches felt so authentically motivated and made me care more. Thank you.
Kelley Lochmandy
01:39:51
I will try to recognize when I may be "judging" someone and stop!
delainey parks
01:40:12
It was scared and exsited at the same time
Kami
01:40:29
It was cool
aubrey
01:41:03
i really liked the ones about trans rights because i can relate to that subject being apart of the lgbtq comminuty and im really happy that someone talked about the miss treatment of people who are trans
Hayden Shannon
01:41:17
It was cool to hear other kids speeches
Mallory Langkau
01:41:24
As a teacher, my heart felt warm! What an amazing experience to see not only my own students but others from around the state. They should be proud for researching, preparing, and delivering a speech about something they are passionate about! Also, shoutout to a parent who made a soapbox for us!
Mia Salamone (she/her)
01:41:29
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FY21NHCitywide
Karrie Miner
01:42:11
Thank you, great job everybody!
Mia Salamone (she/her)
01:42:22
Evaluation for students: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FY21NHCitywide
Amanda Maguire
01:42:30
Everyone did so amazing!
Jill Bass (she/hers)
01:42:57
Thank you to the teachers who made this happen in what has been a beyond difficult year. You guys are amazing.
John M. Lewis
01:43:03
Thanks. It was a learning experience for me.
Karen Keating
01:43:05
where is McKenna Carpentier's video speech?
Martha Madsen
01:43:22
Thank you Littleton, Gorham, Groveton, Pittsfield, Weare, and Henniker!!
Amanda Maguire
01:43:32
ALL speeches that were submitted will be posted to our NH Vimeo Page!
Amanda Maguire
01:45:19
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScLwVbpkR9Gpau5xuQi66yFITjQi2zd5VYCsmtMLKehjpxygA/viewform?usp=sf_link
Christopher Marks
01:45:21
I am really inspired to share this UP with my students- what a transforming experience for the students!!
Mallory Langkau
01:45:59
It says that I need permission, anyone else?
Hollis Wilson
01:46:12
It is asking for permission
Jayden Supernois
01:46:14
i also need permission
Aubrey Hickey
01:46:14
same
Makenzie and makayla murphy
01:46:17
what if ypu shared a computer
Kami
01:46:19
It says I need permishion
Naomi Praul
01:46:19
same
Donna Dennis
01:46:36
Can you share the link to the Vimeo page please
Mia Salamone (she/her)
01:47:20
https://vimeo.com/showcase/8154086 <β€” New Hampshire Vimeo page
Payton Mathieu
01:48:37
Thank you for having us be a part of this. This was fun!
Ashley Melville
01:48:46
Great job, New Hampshire! Thank you for letting me join.
Hollis Wilson
01:48:53
Thank you for All you did for this, Amanda!
Phil Matzke
01:49:04
You all inspire me. Thank you.
Kami
01:49:13
Thank you
Christopher Marks
01:49:14
Thank you Amanda
Jaylynn Coker
01:49:35
This was great,thank you all!
Jackson Lochmandy
01:49:46
Thank you all for putting this together
delainey parks
01:50:29
Thank you!!