Featured image of article: Evan Coyne Chosen DAR Good Citizen Winner

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.

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Featured image of article: Michalak An “All American” After Competing In Alaska

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.

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Featured image of article: Youth And Government Elects Two From ConVal

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,

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Featured image of article: ConVal Select Choir Wins High School Sing-Off Competition

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;

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Featured image of article: ConVal High School Scholastic Award Recipients 2019

The Alliance for Young Artists and Writers has announced the 2019 winners of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. With 5 Gold Key Awards, 16 Silver Key Awards, and 20 Honorable Mentions in several different categories — from ceramics, glass, and jewelry to drawing, sculpture, poetry, and photography —, ConVal High School students figured prominently among this year’s recognized artists.

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Featured image of article: ATC Engineering Designated A Program Of Excellence

In a letter dated February 4, Nancye L. Hart and Charlotte Waddell of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) informed ConVal’s Region 14 Applied Technology Center that its technology and engineering education program had been selected as the recipient of a 2019 Program Excellence Award.

“Having passed the review process,” the letter by Hart and Waddell states in part,

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Featured image of article: Ocean Bowl Team Places Third In 2019 Nor’easter Bowl

On Saturday, February 3, 2019 ConVal’s Ocean Bowl Team took third place in the 2019 Nor’easter Bowl that was held at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine.

The competition consists of five round-robin competition matches to start the day. The second half of the day is a single elimination tournament where the winning teams continue to advance and compete.

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Featured image of article: ConVal Library Learning Commons Named Best In State

The New Hampshire School Library Media Association has just announced that ConVal librarians Rachael Bowman and Ashley Jones and the ConVal Library Learning Commons have been named as the recipients of the 2019 Outstanding Library Program of the Year Award.

The Awards Committee announcement read in part: “This award recognizes library programs of exceptionally high quality.

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Featured image of article: SST Holds Student Recognition Breakfast

The Student Support Team (SST) at ConVal Regional High School hosted the 12th Student Recognition Breakfast on Wednesday, January 30, 2019.

Sixty-nine students were recognized for their positive contributions to the ConVal Community. Students were nominated by faculty and staff for making a difference in the ConVal community. The recipients enjoyed a catered breakfast provided by ConVal Food Services.

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Featured image of article: ConVal Designated A “Partners For The Future” School

On December 5, 2018, ConVal High School in Peterborough, NH, celebrated its admission to the global network of “Partners for the Future” schools sponsored by the German Goethe Institut.

The program, abbreviated “PASCH” in German, was launched in 2008 by Germany’s Federal Foreign Office for the development and advancement of German language education at distinguished schools.

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