ConVal Regional High School

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New Hampshire’s US Senator Maggie Hassan and Jessica Rosenworcel, a member of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), visited ConVal Regional High School on October 13. Hassan and Rosenworcel were interested in how technology and Internet connectivity made a difference in the instructional and learning practices at the high school level. Superintendent Kimberly Saunders and Principal Gib West guided the classroom tour.

The 1:1 Chromebooks were handed out to students less than ten days ago, and already they are finding their way into the teaching and learning practices in a variety of classes at ConVal.

In Mr. Wickham’s String Ensemble class, for example, the Chromebooks are used by students to arrange their own music for violin,

The ConVal Music Department is holding a Haunted Trail fundraiser on Friday, October 13, 2017.

The ConVal Music Department will offer two kinds of trails: one kid-friendly Trick-or-Treat Trail from 6:00-7:00 pm (accompanying parents are admitted free), and the spooky Paranoia Haunted Trail for students and adults from 7:15-9:00 pm.

Admission is $5.

There will be significant opportunities for employment in the manufacturing industry due to retirements and economic expansion which underscores the need to ensure a robust talent pipeline in the years to come. Manufacturing Month helps to promote manufacturing as a viable career.

The Region 14 Applied Technology Center offers three opportunities for students to learn more about careers in manufacturing.

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ConVal High School announced today that seniors Jason Frank and Lily Denehy have been named Commended Students in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program.

A Letter of Commendation from the school and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, was presented by the school principal Gib West to these talented seniors.

The ConVal Regional High School Counseling Department has announced that sophomores Haley Davis, Liam Gilligan, and Elizabeth Guptill were selected to represent ConVal at the 2018 Hugh O’Brian Leadership Conference in May. The HOBY Conference is a weekend-long program held at the St. Methodios Center in Contoocook, and will host sophomore student leaders from across New Hampshire.

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,

Upcoming Events

October Tuesday
Tech Week for “Red”
2:30 pm
October Wednesday
Tech Week for “Red”
2:30 pm
October Thursday
Performance of “Red”
7:00 pm
October Friday
Performance of “Red”
7:00 pm
October Saturday
Performance of “Red”
7:00 pm
November Thursday
Tech Week for “The Spitfire Grill”
2:30 pm

1:1 Chromebook And Blended Learning At ConVal High School

In an effort to further enhance academic programs currently offered in the ConVal School District, the School Board approved, in February of 2016, the purchase of Chromebook laptop computers for the middle and high schools.

The first phase of establishing 1:1 (1 laptop computer for every 1 student) learning environments will be introduced this fall.  Freshman and sophomore students will be issued an HP Chromebook x360 11 Education Edition, starting in October 2017. Detailed information about the program will be made available during parent and student orientations.

Chromebook Fee

Parents/Guardians have the option of paying an annual $25 Chromebook fee. If parents/guardians choose to pay this fee for the 2017-2018 school year, repairable damage to the Chromebook will be 100% covered. Additionally, if the Chromebook needs to be replaced due to damage or loss, parents/guardians of high school students will be charged only $100 for replacement and parents/guardians of middle school students will be charged only $75 for replacement

Parents interested in paying the optional Chromebook fee of $25 need to do so prior to October 16th. Payments should be made electronically at K12PaymentCenter. If unable to make an electronic payment and need to make a payment using an alternate method, please contact Mindy Ryan, ConVal School District’s Business Administrator, by phone 603-924-3336 ext. 2029 or by email

For any additional information, please consult the 1:1 Parent and Student Handbook and visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.