ConVal Regional High School
Open House Tour Of New Science Classrooms During Open House, Mr. West leads a small group to see the new science classrooms at ConVal. In addition to two renovated biology classrooms, there are two new classrooms devoted to chemistry. The project came in under budget and was completed in just three months.
Morin & Wickham Present On Technology For Learning Music teachers Krystal Morin and Jim Wickham demonstrate the use of Kahoot! as part of their workshop “Google Apps in Music Classrooms” at Keene State. Their work was part of the Music Education Guest Lecture Series and was delivered to college faculty and students.
ConVal A Partner in "NH Tackles Hunger" Campaign Please support our school-wide effort to support the "NH Tackles Hunger" campaign. Non-perishable food items will be collected the week of September 17.
New Science Classroom Almost Ready The new science classrooms are almost ready for the ConVal High School Open House on September 20.
ConVal High School Conducts Safety Drill ConVal High School students evacuate to the school parking lot during a scheduled safety drill.
New Science Classrooms Are Taking Shape With the arrival of the new cabinetry, the new floor, and the highly efficient LED ceiling light grid, the new science classrooms are taking shape. The plan is to have the renovated classrooms ready and open to the public for Open House on September 20.
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Being a Big Brother or Big Sister is one of the most enjoyable things you’ll ever do. Not to mention, one of the most fulfilling. You have the opportunity to help shape a child’s future for the better by empowering them to achieve. And the best part is, it’s actually a lot of fun. You and your Little can share the kinds of activities you already like to do.
Is your student interested in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering or mathematics)? Consider the Upward Bound Math-Science program at Keene State College.
ConVal has partnered with KSC for the TRIO program, which provides educational counseling, workshops, summer programming, tutoring, and STEM exposure for accepted students. TRIO serves students who will be the first in their family to complete a 4-year college degree and come from moderate income backgrounds.
Come join us for the many sports activities that are planned for homecoming weekend! Please see the detailed game schedule below.
In addition to the sports games, there will be a bonfire on Friday evening, immediately following the football game against Arlvirne. The bonfire will end about 1/2 hour after the game.
As part of the statewide “New Hampshire Tackles Hunger” campaign, ConVal High School is partnering with our football team and WMUR in a concerted effort to help stock up local food pantries. Hunger and food insecurity are very real problems in our communities.
According to the latest statistics, about 13% of children are living in food insecure environments,
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On Saturday, September 22, the ConVal Athletic Hall of Fame held its 2018 induction ceremonies in the Robert McGuire Gymnasium.
The 2018 inductees were:
- Valli Ann Kaufhold-Hannings — Varsity Girls Soccer (Class of 1980)
- Ross Davis — Varsity Football, 2006 State Championship Baseball Team (Class of 2007)
- Zach Hutton — Soccer,
ConVal’s music teachers Jim Wickham and Krystal Morin delivered a guest lecture at Keene State as part of the college’s Music Education Guest Lecture Series.
Their presentation, “Google Apps in Music Classrooms,” explored the ways in which regular technology tools that are contained in the G Suite for Education can be uniquely adapted to assist in the teaching of band and chorus ensembles and how they can personalize student learning opportunities.
Congratulations to Garrett Shows and Andres Tourgee who were the co-recipients of the 2018 New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association (NHIAA) Walter A. Smith Award. Shows and Tourgee received their commemorative plaques at a ceremony in the Grappone Center in Concord on September 17.
The NHIAA Walter A. Smith Award is given annually to an individual who has overcome special circumstances and contributed significantly and positively to Interscholastic Athletics.
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.