Featured image of article: End of Semester Exam Schedule

Thursday, January 25
Block 1 Exams     7:45-9:15
Break                   9:15-9:45
Block 2 Exams    9:45-11:15
Friday, January 26
Block 3 Exams     7:45-9:15
Break                   9:15-9:45
Block 4 Exams    9:45-11:15

Make-up exams will be held by arrangement with individual teachers.

Buses will leave school at 11:20 am on a modified late bus schedule.

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Featured image of article: ASVAB Test Offered At ConVal High School

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) Test will be offered on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 from 7:30 – 11:00am at ConVal. Please sign up for the test in the Counseling Office.

The ASVAB is a career planning and exploration program that combines a multiple-aptitude test with an interest self-assessment and a wide range of career exploration tools.

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Featured image of article: Public Invited To ConVal High School’s Celebration of Learning

ConVal High School’s Celebration of Learning is a collaborative event that showcases the accomplishments of its students, including coursework, projects, original artwork, and performances. The event will take place on Thursday, January 11, 2018 from 6-8 pm.

Representative student work from a wide variety of disciplines — Robotics, History, Business Management, English, AP Biology,

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Featured image of article: Santa, Ugly Sweaters, And Cookie Swap On Last Day Before Break

On the last day before the holiday break, students, teachers, and staff met in the cafeteria for a last-minute opportunity to take pictures with Santa and Mrs. Claus, portrayed by Tyler Mudrick and Ashley Jones.

Some of the attendees, such as English teacher Cathy Riley, hammed it up and had a funny, extra-long gift list which elicited quite a lot of laughter from bystanders.

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Featured image of article: Coach Landau Solves Three-Dimensional Tetris Puzzle

For weeks, ConVal Librarian Ashley Jones had left an illuminated, three-dimensional Tetris puzzle for students and staff to solve.

Since the puzzle came without instructions, no one knew if the final shape would be a pyramid, a square or a rectangle, or if the puzzle was solvable at all.

Many unsuccessful attempts came close but did not succeed — until Coach Paul Landau strolled by on his lunch break and put the geometric shapes into a perfect rectangle.

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Featured image of article: ConVal’s Ugly Holiday Sweater Day Is Thursday, December 21

On Thursday, December 21 — the last day before holiday break —, get in the holiday spirit in a fun way and flaunt those ugly holiday sweaters that you normally would be too embarrassed to wear in public.

In what has become a lighthearted ConVal holiday tradition, students, faculty, and staff will sport their ugly sweaters and pose for a joint picture in the Lucy Hurlin Theatre during TASC.

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Featured image of article: ConVal Music Department Holiday Concert Tuesday, December 19

ConVal’s annual Winter Concert will be performed on Tuesday, December 19, 2017, starting at 6:30 pm in the gymnasium.

The students, under the joint direction of Krystal Morin and Jim Wickham, have prepared a festive program with diverse musical selections.

The following chorus ensembles will perform: Chamber Choir, The Clef Hangers (girls a cappella),

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Featured image of article: Completed Puzzles On Display In The Library Learning Commons

The ConVal Library and Learning Commons has become a popular gathering place for students before and after school.

In addition to providing time to conduct research, do homework, and meet for group projects as well as other class assignments, students benefit from opportunities for independent reading while they wait for after-school clubs, co-curriculars,

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Featured image of article: Chief Walker Recognized For Dedication To Student Success

Peterborough Fire Chief Ed Walker was recognized as a New Hampshire Scholars Champion during a breakfast ceremony at the Manchester Country Club on December 6, 2017.

The “Breakfast of Champions: Celebrating School Business Partnership” event was sponsored by the New Hampshire Department of Education, Unitil, BAE Systems, and NH Learning Initiative. It brought together businesses,

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