ConVal Regional High School

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After more than 30 hours of video recording and 150 hours of editing, our documentary “The Making of Crazy For You – How a Musical is Produced at ConVal High School” based on our 2015 fall musical is complete.

The one-hour film will premiere in the LHT this coming Thursday,

Wednesday, January 25
Block 1 Exams     7:45-9:15
Break                   9:15-9:45
Block 2 Exams    9:45-11:15
Thursday, January 26
Block 3 Exams     7:45-9:15
Break                   9:15-9:45
Block 4 Exams    9:45-11:15

Buses will leave school at 11:20 am on a modified late bus schedule (see below). Students who are not part of co-curriculars or athletics are expected to leave campus at that time.

Due to inclement weather, ConVal School District schools are closed today.

Please follow @WeAreConVal on Twitter or WMUR for the latest news on delays and school closings.

Michelle Jarest and Jason Frank, both ConVal seniors, and Social Studies teacher Greg Leonard attended the inauguration ceremonies of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States in Washington D.C.

This special opportunity came as a result of their participation in a summer 2016 learning opportunity devoted to “The Presidency and the Press,” organized by the Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communication at Franklin Pierce University.

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On December 13, 290 students from high schools across the state competed in the annual World Language Poetry Recitation Contest. The competition brought together language students in French, German, Latin, and Spanish to recite poems in their target language before a panel of judges.

To compete in the contest, schools may enter up to three students in each language and in each of four levels which range from first-year students (Level 1) to fourth-year students and students taking AP-level courses (Level 4).

National Honor Society (NHS) is a national organization for high school students that seeks to honor students who demonstrate excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Students are eligible to be inducted into National Honor Society in 11th and 12th grade.

Initiated into the Society on December 8, 2016 were:  Bailey Kirkpatrick,

Congratulations to the Cougar’s head football coach Paul Landau who was named the Division II South Coach of the Year. Landau led the Cougars through a very successful fall season that resulted in a total of six wins and three losses.

Seven of his ConVal football players were named to the DII South All-State Team,

Science teacher Beth Wallace was recognized as a New Hampshire Scholars Champion during a breakfast ceremony in the Dining Center Banquet Hall at Southern New Hampshire University on December 7, 2016.

The “Breakfast of Champions: Celebrating School Business Partnership” event was jointly sponsored by the New Hampshire Department of Education and Unitil. It brought together businesses,

Upcoming Events

January Wednesday
Semester 1 Finals
January Thursday
Semester 1 Finals
January Thursday
Parent Advisory Meeting
6:00 pm
January Friday
Semester 1 Finals Make-Up Day
February Tuesday
Auditions: Godspell
6:00 pm
February Wednesday
Auditions: Godspell
6:00 pm

2017 Yearbook Information

Happy New Year from the ConVal Yearbook staff!

Now is a great time to think about recognition ads for your favorite ConVal student. Recognition ads can be done for any student to celebrate their special achievements during the year.

The process is simple. Prepare a couple of photographs of your favorite moments of the school year and go to the Jostens Yearbook Yearbook Ad page to choose a layout and special message.

The 2017 ConVal Yearbook will go into production in early March, so the deadline for recognition ads is Thursday, February 16th, 2017.

As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact the 2016-17 Yearbook advisors, Mrs. Bastoni and Mrs. Mitschmyer.