Featured image of article: Kingsbury-Evans Recipient Of Red Sox Service Scholarship

Paula Kingsbury-Evans was selected as the recipient of a New England Service Scholarship, one of just 62 New Hampshire public high school seniors chosen by the Red Sox Foundation.

The Red Sox Service Scholarships Program honors academically-talented public high school seniors who have demonstrated a commitment to community service. Each scholarship winner will receive a $1,000.00 scholarship award which will be paid directly to the college in which they are enrolled.

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Featured image of article: Students Participate In NH All-State Festival

Three ConVal students, Grace Christensen (sophomore, soprano voice), Christopher Clark (senior, bass voice), Sandra MacKay (freshman, violin), joined together with over 500 students throughout NH to participate in the 2018 New Hampshire All State Festival this past weekend.

Students prepare for auditions each fall and the top performers in each instrument are chosen to participate in one of five ensembles: Mixed Choir,

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Featured image of article: Crete Receives DAR Scholarship

The New Hampshire State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution recognized several award winners at the 117th State Conference on April 7-8, 2018.

Scholarship Committee Chairman Laura McCrillis Kessler of Newport presented a New Hampshire DAR Scholarships to Sydney Crete.

Crete is the daughter of Louise Gryval and Richard Crete of Greenfield and was sponsored by the Mary Varnum Platts Peterborough Chapter in Rindge.

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Featured image of article: Hautanen Wins Peterborough Rotary Speech Contest

Four ConVal students took part in the Peterborough Rotary Club’s Four Way Test Speech Contest at the Club’s weekly meeting at the Unitarian Church in Peterborough.

Seniors Aiden Hall of Peterborough, Natalia Hautanen of Peterborough and Timothy LaPierre of Dublin, advanced to the contest after competing through their Public Speaking class at ConVal.

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Featured image of article: McGuinness Elected Speaker in Youth & Government Program

The YMCAs of New Hampshire held the first weekend in their annual New Hampshire Youth & Government Program.

This year’s event involved 300 students from 29 schools statewide.  The motto of the YMCA Youth & Government Program is “Democracy must be learned by each generation.”

The program celebrates its 70th year this year and gives high school students the opportunity to learn first-hand about state government through two weekends that are held in March and April.

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Featured image of article: Nominations Sought For 2018 ConVal Athletic Hall of Fame

Nominations are currently being sought for the 2018 Class of Inductees into the ConVal High School Athletic Hall of Fame.

The ConVal High School Athletic Hall of Fame was established to formally honor the memory and contributions of the many athletes, coaches, and supporters of our athletic program. The Hall Of Fame serves as a symbol of our appreciation of the excellence,

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Featured image of article: Exhibit Of Goldthwaite-Gagne’s Cut Paper Creations In MA

Congratulations to ConVal Art teacher Mary Goldthwaite whose work has been selected to be on display at the Aviary Gallery during the month of February. The exhibit’s title is “Guided By (Female) Voices.”

Ms. Goldthwaite’s medium is the art of cut paper, or “Scheerenschnitte.” According to Wikipedia, Scheerenschnitte is an art form with a long tradition.

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