Brian M. Stack, Principal
Brian M. Stack, M.Ed, is the Principal of Sanborn Regional High School in Kingston, New Hampshire. Brian has been an educator since 2001 with a background as a high school math teacher, curriculum director, high school administrator, and school board member in three different school districts in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
Brian is a member of the New Hampshire Association of School Principals. He received the 2017 New Hampshire Secondary School Principal of the Year award from that organization. In 2010 and again in 2013 he was recognized with the Outstanding Role Model award, also from that organization.
Brian received his bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and math education from Boston University and a master’s degree in education administration from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell. He is currently enrolled in a CAGS program at New England College. He lives with his wife Erica and their five children in Plaistow, NH.
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Robert Dawson, Assistant Principal / Student Life
Mr. Robert Dawson comes to Sanborn with previous teaching and administrator experience in both the Timberlane and Windham School Districts. Most recently, he was the Principal of Windham High School. He received his Bachelor of Science in Sports Communication from the University of New Hampshire and his Masters of Teaching from the University of New Hampshire. He has also completed a certification program as a School Principal at Rivier College and has advance coursework as an Educational Specialist from the University of New Hampshire.
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Steven Krzyzanowski, Assistant Principal / Freshman
Mr. Steven Krzyzanowski joins the Sanborn team with previous teaching and administrator experience in New York City and Denver, Colorado. Most recently, he was the Assistant Principal of Student Services / Dean of Students at The Ac ademy Carter School in Westminster, CO. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education from SUNY New Paltz and his Bachelor of Science in Operational Meteorology from Mississippi State University. He earned a Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of the Southwest and a Masters in Education in School Administration from Canisius College.
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Heidi Leavitt, School Counseling Director
Heidi has been employed at Sanborn Regional High School since 2009 as the Special Education Counselor. Heidi has been instrumental in the development of the Extended Learning Opportunity/Work-based Learning Program at the high school growing the program from 1 student in 2009 to 75+ in the 2017-18 school year. In addition, Heidi has served on the district training team to bring professional development to the faculty and staff regarding a variety of mental health issues. Heidi also serves as a district trainer for Crisis Prevention and Intervention. Heidi holds a license as a clinical mental health counselor for the state of New Hampshire as well as a certification as a guidance counselor in New Hampshire. Heidi received a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Assumption College and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from UMASS Dartmouth. Heidi completed her coursework for a guidance certification at Rivier University.
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Matthew Malila, Assistant Principal / Curriculum
Mr. Matthew Malila joins the team at Sanborn for the 2020-2021 school year. Prior to accepting the SRHS assistant principal/curriculum director position, he was an assistant principal at Windham High School (2015-2020) where he was recognized as New Hampshire Assistant Principal of the Year for 2019. While leaving Windham was a difficult decision, Mr. Malila is very excited about working in a district that has fully implemented competency based education, and is also close to his home. Before transitioning to administration in 2015, Mr. Malila taught science in Exeter, Salem, and a private junior boarding school in Connecticut. Aside from having taught middle and high school science, Mr. Malila has had extensive experience coaching (baseball, football, hockey, and softball), adventure education, and much more. Mr. Malila lives in Exeter with his wife and two kids.
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