John Stark Celebrates their two student CHaD Heroes

L-R Hunter MacKay, JSRHS Special Educator Tess Carbonneau, and Jack MacKay on the Dartmouth Campus for the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth (CHaD) half marathon fundraiser. Hunter and Jack were selected as Kid HEROES for the event.

L-R Hunter MacKay, JSRHS Special Educator Tess Carbonneau, and Jack MacKay on the Dartmouth Campus for the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth (CHaD) half marathon fundraiser. Hunter and Jack were selected as Kid HEROES for the event. Courtesy photo

Jack and Hunter MacKay at John Stark

Jack and Hunter MacKay at John Stark —

Jack and Hunter MacKay during the hallway clap out John Stark students and staff held to celebrate Jack and Hunter's honor of being selected as CHaD Kid Heroes.

Jack and Hunter MacKay during the hallway clap out John Stark students and staff held to celebrate Jack and Hunter's honor of being selected as CHaD Kid Heroes. —

Published: 10-23-2023 1:00 PM

The Children's Hospital at Dartmouth, CHaD, held a half marathon run to fundraise for the life saving work they do on the Dartmouth College campus on Oct. 15. 

Each year, CHaD selects a group of Kid HEROES to represent the event. This year two John Stark students, Jack and Hunter MacKay, were selected as the CHAD HEROES for their bravery and strength.

This week at school, students and staff  celebrated all the things that make Jack and Hunter heroes while Jack and Hunter spent the day riding around school with their hero capes on. 

Congratulations Jack and Hunter on being true superheroes!

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