“I was totally surprised when I saw my teammates, parents, coaches, and [Athletic Director] Mark Swasey in the room,” said Lily Sheridan, as she described the beginning of the signing ceremony for her athletic scholarship with Central Connecticut State University. Sheridan was recruited by CCSU to play on the Blue Devils lacrosse team in the fall of 2018.
ConVal Drama presents “The Spitfire Grill” on Thursday, November 9th at 7 pm, Friday, November 10th at 7 pm, Saturday, November 11th at 7 pm and Sunday, November 12th at 2 pm in the Lucy Hurlin Theatre at ConVal High School, Peterborough. Tickets are available online at http://our.show/spitfiregrill or at the door for $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors.
Dalton Coyne scored the first goal and Dylan Coyne scored the insurance goal early in the 4th period. Andres Tourgee played an outstanding game in goal, with many excellent saves.
The team as a whole played their best defensive game of the year, shutting out a very physical Blue Hawks Unified Soccer team.
Four bulletin boards filled with ConVal High School student work are currently on display at the SAU office.
These images were created by current and past students enrolled in the Region 14 Applied Technology photo and video program.
The student work will be shown through the entire month of November.
Sophomore Jadyn Vaidya has been selected as one of just 14 students nationwide to take part in the final round of the International German Olympiad.
Jadyn will be traveling to Illinois to participate in the national final round which will be held at the Goethe Institut in Chicago on December 1 and 2. The 14 national finalists will compete to solve tasks in the style of an “Olympic pentathlon” that tests listening skills, Read More: Sophomore To Compete In International German Olympiad
A life-sized mummy greets visitors at the entrance. A rotating display projects eerily distorted, multicolored images of skulls, spiders, and ghosts against the ceiling. There are carved pumpkins on a round table in front of the U-shaped computer alcove. Two paper bats flutter near the ceiling above the checkout counter. Clearly, the spirit of Halloween is present in the ConVal Library and Learning Commons.
The ConVal A Cappella Groups attended The Voices of the 603 festival on Friday, October 27th.
As part of this festival, the students come together at the Capital Center for the Arts in Concord, NH for a morning of workshops, rehearsal and then an adjudicated evening performance.
During the morning workshops,
Networking classes in ConVal’s Region 14 Applied Technology Center begin with the fundamentals. Students learn how to successfully disassemble and reassemble personal computers while identifying the function and operation of individual components such as disk drives, video controllers, power supplies, and motherboards.
Identifying exactly which hardware component is failing is the first step towards successful problem-solving.
The nuclear power plant accidents in Chernobyl, Ukraine (1986) and Fukushima, Japan (2011) provide the real-world context for the robotics work that is currently undertaken by students at ConVal High School.
The assignment is to build a robot that can pick up radioactive debris from a nuclear power plant explosion. The robot is joystick-controlled,
ConVal Art Teacher Ben Putnam was awarded the Daughters of the American Revolution Helen Pouch Memorial Fund Classroom Grant by DAR State Regent Wendy Stanley Jones at the high school faculty meeting on Wednesday.
Sponsored by the Mary Varnum Platts-Peterborough Chapter NSDAR, Putnam was one of fifty-one awards given nationally to classroom teachers for a proposed classroom project.