ConVal Regional High School

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At the meeting of the Mascenic School Board Monday evening, a sharing agreement was signed that will have Mascenic rejoin the Region 14 Applied Technology Center (ATC), located at ConVal Regional High School.

The agreement will allow students from ConVal, Jaffrey-Rindge, and Mascenic to attend each other’s applied technology and trade programs.

ConVal will contribute to the consortium courses in computer networking and programming,

The ConVal Chorus Annual Spring Concert will be performed at the Union Congregational Church in Peterborough on March 19th, 2019, starting at 7:00 pm. The concert is free and open to the public.

Dedicated to choral works by women composers, the “She Hath Wings” concert will feature selections such as “Be Like the Bird”

Our school is taking part in the 2019 Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) sponsored by the New Hampshire Departments of Education and Health and Human Services. The survey will ask about the health behaviors of 9th through 12th grade students. The survey will ask about nutrition, physical activity, injuries, and tobacco, alcohol, and other drug use.

The ConVal High School Music Department welcomed the 39th Army Band and Alex Favazza Jr for their Visiting Artists Day.

ConVal, SMS, and GBS instrumentalists were treated to a concert by the 39th Army Band which features ConVal alum David Selmer (Class of ’13) on drums.

Their set-list included “Zoot Suit Riot,”

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The Mary Varnum Platts-Peterborough Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution has announced two DAR Good Citizen Winners for 2018-2019. The winners are Evan Coyne of ConVal High School and Ashley Jewell of Mascenic High School. Both were recognized by the New Hampshire DAR at a DAR Good Citizens Luncheon in Concord on Friday.

The DAR Good Citizen program and scholarship contest is intended to encourage and reward the qualities of good citizenship.

This past week, Schuyler Michalak competed in Alaska representing Team New England at the Junior National Nordic Championships.  Just being selected to this event is a huge honor — only 15 girls from the five-state New England region were chosen to compete, and Michalak had earned this opportunity by placing in the top 15 in New England in U20/U18 combined division.

At the Youth and Government meeting this weekend, Alyssa Janoch was elected Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and Anna McGuiness was elected Governor. They will be fulfilling their duties when 275 students from around New Hampshire gather at the statehouse on April 5-6, 2019.

The purpose of Youth and Government is to prepare participants for moral and political citizenship in local,

Over the weekend, ConVal’s Select Choir took first place in the Hillsboro Lion’s Club’s first annual New Hampshire High School Sing-Off Competition.

The Choir performed a challenging repertoire, including “Here We Come A-Caroling,” a traditional English carol arranged by Joshua Sparkman; “Weep O Mine Eyes” by John Bennett; “Sleeping in Winter’s Arms” from Wenceslas by Bob Chilcott;

Upcoming Events

March Tuesday
Early College Planning
6:30 pm
March Sunday
ConVal Music Department Mattress Fundraiser
10:00 am
April Friday
Quarter 3 Ends (anticipated)
April Monday
Spring Play: Tech Week
2:30 pm
April Tuesday
Spring Play: Tech Week
2:30 pm
April Wednesday
Spring Play: Tech Week
2:30 pm