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Registration is now open for the 2018 Summer Academy which will be held July 9 – August 2, 2018.

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.

Students in Frau Hodgdon’s German 3 class had a unique challenge for their last week of class: Design a scientific experiment involving salt (their current unit of study), propose a hypothesis, conduct the experiment following the scientific method, and then present the experiment and its results to students and visitors in class — and do all of it in German!

Breathe New Hampshire, in collaboration with Monadnock Community Hospital, presented “Vaping Unveiled: What Everyone Needs To Know” in the Lucy Hurlin Theatre on Thursday, June 14.

Kim Coronis, Policy and Program Manager, and Allyssa Thompson, Director of Programs at Breathe New Hampshire, jointly addressed vaping as an issue that impacts students in their vital years of development but all too frequently remains hidden from parents.

ConVal High School graduate Daniel Fitzgerald came to Ms. Fabianski’s engineering class to share his story of becoming a Senior Mechanical Engineer at Insight Technology in Londonderry, NH.

Insight Technology produces aiming and illuminations devices, image-intensified systems, thermal imaging systems, and precision targeting systems for all branches of the United States military, including elite military units,

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ConVal Regional High School’s Commencement Exercises for the Class of 2018 took place on June 16, 2018.

After the pomp and circumstance processional, performed by the ConVal Band, and the singing of the national anthem by the senior members of Select Choir, Principal Gib West and Class President Dominique Wheeler gave welcoming speeches.

In a departure from the traditional, combined awards ceremony for both graduating seniors and underclassmen, ConVal High School’s freshman, sophomore, and junior students were celebrated separately at a breakfast on Friday morning in the ConVal cafeteria.

Awards and recognitions were given out to the winners of the Edith Bird Bass Essay Contest and the members of the National Honor Society.

Students, parents, faculty, staff, SAU administrators, and community members celebrated student learning and achievement with Scholarships and Awards Night at ConVal Regional High School on June 13, 2018.

Director of School Counseling Kim Chandler and Principal Gib West served as Masters of Ceremonies for the evening which was attended by ConVal Superintendent Kimberly Saunders.

On Wednesday, eighty-six students were honored at the final Student Support Team (SST) breakfast for the year. The students were recognized for their positive contributions to ConVal High School, such as for being a good friend, showing responsibility, making improvements, displaying good citizenship, and for making a difference to the ConVal community in other ways.

Upcoming Events

June Thursday
Finals for Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors
7:30 am
June Friday
Last Day of School
July Monday
ConVal Summer Academy Begins
August Thursday
ConVal Summer Academy Ends

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.


For a midyear update on the implementation of the 1:1 Blended Learning environment in grades 7-10, please view the video below.