The Stanton E. Tefft Prize in Track and Field
The purpose of this prize is to promote interest in track and field and to recognize individual effort in running events. Those events include: short distance sprints, middle distance races, long distance races, hurdles and relays.
Our goal is to identify seniors attending Bishop Brady High School, Concord High School, Concord Christian Academy, Merrimack Valley High School and St. Paul's in Concord, NH as well as seniors attending The Academy for Science and Design in Nashua, NH who demonstrate a strong commitment and overall effort to the running events in their school. The prize not only recognizes success, but also those individuals who treat other competitors with respect, helping them to improve while making a contribution to the sport.
If you are a senior at one of the listed high schools, involved in track and field activities, we want to hear from you. If you know a senior involved in such an activity, please encourage her or him to apply.
Applications emailed, delivered or postmarked on or before May 1, 2018, will be eligible for a cash award of up to $1,000.00 which will be presented to the winner(s) in June of 2018.
A graduate of Concord High School, class of 1943, Stanton E. Tefft took part in many sports. The running events in track and field were an area which he particularly enjoyed and in which he excelled. The Tefft Foundation is committed to encouraging others to pursue that field of interest.
Track and Field Application and Release Form
Part 1 and the Authorization form are to be filled out by the applicant. Part 2 is to be filled out by the person supporting the application and recommending the applicant. The applicant must be currently enrolled and in good standing in grade 12 of the listed Nashua and Concord high schools. The authorization is necessary and allows us to seek verification and clarification of information you provide.
The person supporting this application must be a teacher, administrator, counselor, a community leader, secular or religious, or other adult and can not be related to the applicant. This person must also have personal knowledge of the activities that qualify the applicant for this prize.
Applications must be emailed, delivered or postmarked on or before May 1, 2018.
All applications and release forms are in PDF Format which can be read in Adobe Acrobat Reader a free
application for both Windows and Mac OS.
Track and Field Application Parts 1 and 2 [PDF]
General Release Form [PDF]