ConVal Regional High School
“Welcome To The Class 2021” Informational Evening As Mathematics Department Chair Greg Morris looks on, Director of School Counseling Kim Chandler explains the registration process to an audience of over 160 parents who attended the “Welcome To The Class 2021” evening event that was held in the Lucy Hurlin Theatre.
Unified Basketball Ends Season With A Win On Friday, February 17th, ConVal's Unified Basketball Team ended its regular season in front of an enthusiastic home crowd with a 41-29 win over Fall Mountain High School. With this victory and a 5-1 record for the season, the Cougars will advance to the playoffs.
Firefighter Students Gearing Up In Time Firefighter 1 students are having a race to see who can get into their gear correctly and under one minute and forty-five seconds.
Junior Parent College Planning Night Moira Valenti is an Outreach Specialist at New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF) Network Organizations. On Wednesday, she gave an overview presentation about the college application process to juniors and their parents in the Lucy Hurlin Theatre.
ConVal Unified Wins Game, Gets Game Ball Members of the ConVal Unified Basketball Team gather around the game ball after winning their game against Conant HS. Athletic Director Mark Swasey said, "The 2017 Hoops for Hope triple header was a powerful example of what our communities can do when we work together."
SWIFT Practices At ConVal High School Members of the implementation team look on as Robin Croteau explains how SWiFT provides academic and behavioral supports to improve outcomes for all students through equity-based inclusion. ConVal is the first high school in the nation to adopt the SWiFT framework.
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Spring Sports Preseason Meetings have been scheduled as follows:
February 21 Softball Room 213 at 2:30 pm
February 21 Girls Lax Room 651 2:30 pm
February 22 Boys Lax Room 651 2:45 pm
February 22 Girl’s Tennis Room 650 2:30 pm
February 23 Outdoor Track and Field Room 207,
In cooperation with the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, the Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) will be administered at ConVal High School during TASC on March 14, 2017.
This survey is about health behavior. It has been developed to study behavior that may affect student health. The survey is conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) every two years among representative samples of 9th through 12th grade students to monitor six types of health-risk behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death and disability among youth and adults.
The April issue of The Link, ConVal’s student publication, will be devoted to the theme of “community.”
Reflecting this theme, Link staff and editors extend to the entire ConVal community — teachers, parents, students, staff, SAU, alumni, grade school and middle school students — an open invitation to contribute to the issue.
ConVal High School is excited to welcome the Class of 2021.
The first step in the transition from middle school to high school will begin with an informational evening for parents/guardians on Tuesday, February 21, 2017, at 6:30 pm at ConVal High School. This program is for parents and guardians only, as the students will have their own meetings with us at their school.
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On Sunday, February 5, 2017, members of the New Hampshire Art Educators’ Association met in the Stockbridge Theatre at Pinkerton Academy to celebrate the artistic talents of New Hampshire students who had submitted work to be considered for this year’s Scholastic Arts Awards. In all, there were 2,139 submissions from students across the state of New Hampshire.
On Saturday, February 4, 2017, ConVal’s National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB) Team A took first place in the 2017 Nor’easter Bowl that was held at the University of New Hampshire in Durham.
After five round-robin competition matches and five additional double-elimination rounds, ConVal A met York A in the Nor’easter Bowl finals. The final matchup was a rematch of last year’s final,
The Student Support Team at ConVal hosted the eighth Student Recognition Breakfast on Friday, February 3, 2017.
Eighty-nine students were recognized for their positive contributions to the ConVal Community. Students were nominated by faculty and staff for making a difference. The recipients enjoyed a catered breakfast provided by Shiva Catering.
Door prizes were generously donated by the ConVal School Store,
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).
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.