CSTA New Hampshire is a group of dedicated educators fully committed to support the New Hampshire’s comprehensive five-year plan to give every P-12 student the opportunity to learn computer science in an inclusive environment.

Joining efforts with other Chapters, we serve the Computer Science Teachers Association to:

  1. Promote and adopt K-12 CS Standards aligned with the K-12 CS Framework. 
  2. Implement clear certification pathways for computer science teachers.
  3. Fully support computer science as a core education requirement in the state of New Hampshire. 
  1. Quarterly meetings to share current events and opportunities in CS education.
  2. Round-table discussions for educators and interested parents.
  3. High School Coding Contest. A collaborative effort: organized by Saint Anselm College, hosted by UNH-Manchester, and grant-funded by CSTA.
  4. Participation in the NHSTE professional learning opportunities.
  5. Participation in the CMTC (Christa McAuliffe Transforming Teaching, Technology Conference) and Solution Partners.

President: Joelle Henry

CTE Computer Programming Teacher

Salem High School

Salem, NH

Virtual Learning Academy, Exeter, NH


Vice President: Joanne Lau 

Computer Science and Math Teacher

Inter-Lakes Middle/High School

Meredith, NH


Social Media Specialist: Joanna Marcotte

Computer Science Teacher

Franklin High School

Franklin, NH


Treasure: Lorna Spargo

Computer Science, Math and ESL Teacher

Hollis-Brookline High School

Hollis, NH


Prof. Mihaela Sabin

Chair, Graduate Coordinator
University of New Hampshire

Manchester, NH


Assoc. Prof. Mihaela Malita

Department of Computer Science
Saint Anselm College

Manchester, NH



Secretary: Karen Locke

Computer Science Teacher/Librarian

Maple Street School

Hopkinton, NH