ConVal Regional High School
College Planning For Seniors And Parents School Counseling Director Kim Chandler gives her presentation, "College Planning for Seniors and Parents," in front of about four dozen students and parents in the LHT. "The college search is a match to be made, not a prize to be won, " Chandler says.
Determining The Mystery Metal Students in Mr. Lambert's Chemistry class try to determine which metal their "mystery metal" is, based on tests of its density. The unit for density is gm/cm3 (mass per unit volume). Metal density can be calculated by submerging it in a known amount of water.
Theatre Students Collaborate On Set Design Students in Ms. Moore's Theatre Arts class use their "analog skills" to collaborate and problem-solve, building models of their set designs out of paper and masking tape.
"I Need Help" In German Students in Frau Hodgdon's German class are always encouraged to use their foreign language skills, whenever possible, to communicate with one another. Here, Frau Hodgdon demonstrates how to ask for help: "Ich brauche Hilfe." ("I need help.")
Social Studies Class Studies Work Conditions Students in Ms. Bregani's Social Studies class research work conditions in outsourced clothing factories. Students compare public company statements against actual realities in factory policies, fire and building safety, wages and workplace standards, and other areas.
Band Rehearsal Coming fresh off their performance last week at the Big E, "New England's Great State Fair," in Springfield, Massachusetts, Mr. Wickham's Band is rehearsing for their halftime show at the football game on Homecoming Weekend.
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Student pictures will be taken at ConVal Regional High School on September 26, 2017.
The pictures will be used for student IDs and for the yearbook.
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Nearly 1,650 lbs in food donations and about $1,310 in cash, this was the final tally of the ConVal High School contribution to the “New Hampshire Tackles Hunger Campaign” — and these were the totals _before_ tonight’s big Homecoming game against Sanborn!
Members of the Cougars football team carried the donations from the main office to the football field where the final collections will be made at the game tonight.
This Friday marks the beginning of Homecoming weekend!
In addition to the football game against Sanborn, there will be the annual Con-A-Val. Sponsored by the Friends of ConVal Athletics, the Con-A-Val will feature a number of games and activities, including a dunk tank.
Come out in support of the senior class and ConVal’s athletic program,
During Homecoming Week, ConVal High School’s faculty, staff, and students will partner with our Cougars football team and WMUR to help stock up food pantries as part of the statewide “New Hampshire Tackles Hunger” campaign.
As parents, we ask that you encourage your students to contribute non-perishable food items or donate a few dollars to this very important effort.
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Interested in spending a summer, semester, or year in a foreign country? Come hear the Peterborough Rotary Club’s presentation on International Exchange on September 20th during TASC.
Rotary Youth Exchange is the opportunity of a lifetime for the more than 8,000 students who participate each year. By sharing your own culture and embracing a new one,
With slide photographs of a crater in Iceland, the Wolfgangsee (Lake Wolfgang) and other impressive scenic photos from Austria and Germany beside him, Nick Batty, a senior at ConVal High School recently shared his travel experiences to Europe. The talk took place in the Stephenson Memorial Library in Greenfield and was also attended by Cindi Hodgdon,
When ConVal Yearbook advisor Amanda Bastoni opened a package of promotional materials from yearbook publisher Jostens recently, she was in for a big surprise. “This poster arrived in the ‘back to school’ packet that Jostens sends to high schools across the country,” Bastoni explained. “And, guess what? The photo on the poster was taken by a ConVal grad,
Congratulations to Riley Young who has been chosen as the 2017 winner of the Monadnock Rotary Club’s Evans-Reilly Award.
This award recognizes a ConVal High School Junior who continues to demonstrate outstanding integrity and an impressive work ethic; an engaging personality; positive, successful leadership; above average scholarship; and an unusually strong commitment to school and community service.
Get Ready for the 2017 ConVal Summer Academy!
Registration is now open for the 2017 Summer Academy.
The Academy is a great way to extend student learning through the summer to prevent the usual “summer slide,” the traditional loss of academic skills and knowledge over the course of the summer holidays.
In addition to recovery courses, the ConVal Summer Academy offers business courses, art instruction in ceramics, metalsmithing and jewelry making, an examination of dystopian fiction on climate change, and the “backstage to onstage” production of “Singing in the Rain, Jr.”