ConVal Regional High School

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Here are some updates from the ConVal School Counseling Office:

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Second Semester Begins January 28, 2019

Students should see their counselor well in advance to ensure their schedule is set for second semester. The last day to add new classes for the semester is February 1.

Registration Process Begins February 5,

Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Block 1 Exams     7:45-9:15
Break                   9:15-9:45
Block 2 Exams    9:45-11:15
Thursday, January 24, 2019
Block 3 Exams     7:45-9:15
Break                   9:15-9:45
Block 4 Exams    9:45-11:15
Friday, January 25, 2019

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.

ConVal High School is proud to be partnering with Nashua Community College to offer Health Care Courses on the ConVal High School campus. This spring, NCC is offering Biology in Focus I for both interested ConVal students and adult learners.

This 16-week course awards 4 college credits for all enrollees. ConVal students are invited to register for this credit-bearing course for FREE.

On Wednesday, January 16, five Conval students attended the open house at Maxt Makerspace in Peterborough to learn more about the new Phaze Welding Technology Center.

The students had the opportunity to interact with industry representatives from NH Ball Bearings, American Steel, and Hitchiner, as well as NH Department of Education Commissioner, Frank Edelblut,

Honors & Awards

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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.

ConVal Dean of Faculty Michelle Voto was recognized as a New Hampshire Scholars Champion during a breakfast ceremony at the Manchester Country Club on December 5, 2018.

The “Breakfast of Champions: Celebrating School Business Partnership” event was hosted by the New Hampshire College & University Council. It brought together businesses, educators, and legislators to discuss emerging trends in workforce development.

Jack Nichols, a first-year mathematics teacher at ConVal High School, has just been announced as a winner of the Prize for Social Innovation and Enterprise that is awarded by the University of New Hampshire. Nichols and his project partner Devon Crawford developed a device they call TheHIVE.

TheHIVE is a small, low-cost device which allows users to create quick-deploy networks in the event of a natural disaster.

ConVal Concert Choir members were recently invited by the Akademisches Gymnasium in Salzburg, Austria, to participate in the “Joseph Mohr Project.” Joseph Mohr, who attended the school from 1799 to 1810, wrote the lyrics to the song “Stille Nacht” (“Silent Night”) which celebrates its 200th anniversary this year.

Students at the school came up with the idea of a video project to help celebrate the anniversary.

Upcoming Events

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January Monday
Martin Luther King Jr. (No School)
25
January Friday
Semester 1 Ends (anticipated)
04
February Monday
National School Counseling Week
04
February Monday
AP Registration Begins
05
February Tuesday
National School Counseling Week
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February Wednesday
National School Counseling Week