ConVal Regional High School
Statistics Students Learn About Probability Students in Mr. Winslow's Statistics class learn about the Poisson Probability Distribution of a given number of events which occur in a fixed interval of time, if these events occur with a known constant but independently of the time since the last event.
ConVal Holds College Financial Aid Night In conjunction with the ConVal School Counseling Department, the New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF) presents an evening on financial aid options for parents of seniors who are considering their college and university options for fall 2019.
Saunders and Forrest Present District Vision Superintendent Kimberly Saunders and Assistant Superintendent Ann Forrest visited ConVal High School to talk about the District's vision for the future. Faculty and staff appreciated the opportunity to provide feedback on what works and what could be improved.
Students Visit The Whelen Engineering Company ConVal students participated in a field trip to the Whelen Engineering Company on Friday. Whelen is an American corporation that designs and manufactures audio and visual warning equipment for automotive, aviation, and mass notification industries worldwide.
ConVal Band Performs At Big E The ConVal Band performed at the Eastern States Exposition in Springfield, Massachusetts, also known at the "Big E," the largest fair on the east coast which serves the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
First "Breakfast Before The Bells" Of The Year At the first "Breakfast Before the Bells" for the 2018-19 school year, faculty, staff, and administrators gather for a buffet sponsored by the Science and Arts departments. The breakfasts serve as an opportunity for informal conversations among teachers and staff.
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The Young Kasamas, a volunteer organization, will present a special TASC Talk on Tuesday, October 23, 2018.
If you are interested in learning more about these intergenerational volunteers and the work they are doing in the community, ask to be scheduled to this special opportunity under Kristin Ingram’s name in TASC.
The ConVal School Counseling Department partnered with the New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF) to present information about college financial aid options.
The presentation laid out the steps necessary to navigate through the federal financial aid process (FAFSA), explored what type of aid programs are available, reviewed scholarship searches, and highlighted the importance of meeting deadlines.
Jennifer Kiley, the Director of the Region 14 Applied Technology Center at ConVal Regional High School, recently gave a presentation to the Rotary Club of Peterborough.
Kiley’s presentation gave an overview of the program, shared some current successes, and laid out plans for the future, including an enhancement of the articulation program with the New Hampshire Community College System (NHCCS).
Students from the Region 14 ATC 5th block Robotics program took part in the Annual Joint Engineering Societies Conference at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord NH. Representatives from US FIRST Robotics and NH Department of Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut met with the students.
Students had the chance to discuss their STEM projects with professional engineers who provided students with valuable input and with insights from the industry.
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The ConVal Regional High School Counseling Department has announced that sophomores Henry Bernstein, Erich Clark, and Abigail Theberge were selected to represent ConVal at the 2019 Hugh O’Brian Leadership Conference in May. The HOBY Conference is a weekend-long program held at the St. Anselm College and will host sophomore student leaders from across New Hampshire.
The Goethe-Institut invited German students and teachers of the PASCH-schools in the USA to an immersion weekend triathlon in Colorado from September 27 to 30.
The teams from each respective school competed in exciting competitions related to German language and culture, built friendships across their own state borders and put their German to practical use.
The ConVal Band performed at the Eastern States Exposition on Friday, September 28th. They entertained crowds on the Storrowton Green and along the parade route.
The drumline performed a number of cadences and the band played songs that make you want to dance. Some of the highlights were “Uptown Funk,” “Jungle Boogie,” and “My House.”
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,