New Hampshire Motor Speedway To Host Race To Benefit Education Next Week

Race To Benefit Education NHMSTen school superintendents will do battle next week at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in competition for cash for their school system.

The 2014 Race to Benefit Education will be run on June 17 at 11:30 a.m. at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The event will put 10 local school superintendents behind the wheel of school buses at the facility.

According to a release: “Each person will have to carefully guide his or her bus through an agonizingly difficult course of traffic cones placed all along the NHMS track. There will be slaloms, a chicane, tight turns, narrow lanes, and a couple of trouble spots that are bound to make each educator break out in a sweat.”

The winner of the event will earn a check for $10,000 to spent on the education program of their choice.

Included in the event will be Londonderry, N.H. superintendent Nate Greenberg; Derry N.H. superintendent Laura Nelson; Sanborn Regional superintendent Brian Blake; Manchester, N.H. assistant superintendent David Ryan; Franklin, N.H. High School principal Richard Towne; Rochester, N.H. superintendent Mike Hopkins; Concord, N.H. assistant superintendent Matt Cashman; Goffstown, N.H. superintendent Brian Balke; Exeter, N.H. superintendent Mike Morgan and Merrimack Valley, N.H. superintendent Mike Martin.

According to the track release: “These school Superintendents may be able to leap over a school budget in a single bound, they may be more powerful than a chalkboard eraser, and tougher than the worst school yard bully, but can anyone climb aboard a bus and tame the beast?”

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