ConVal Regional High School
Art Class Reads Danny Gregory's Everyday Matters On some days, art class involves close reading of contemporary texts. Mrs. Goldthwaite-Gagne's class meets in the ConVal Library Learning Commons to read and explore Danny Gregory's book "Everyday Matters" which deals with the art of the illustrated journal.
Snow/Icy Rain Combination Brings Two-Hour Delay A combination of snow and icy rain brings a two-hour delayed opening of school on November 16th, 2018. This is the first weather-related delay of the 2018-2019 school year.
ConVal's Boys Soccer Team Wins Championship! ConVal's Boys Soccer team beat Coe-Brown 3-2 and are Division II State Champions. This is the first Boys Soccer championship in the history of ConVal Regional High School. Congratulations, team and coaches!
Unified Soccer Brings Home Championship — Again! For the second year in a row, the ConVal High School Unified Soccer Team brings home the NHIAA Division Championship. The final score was ConVal 5, Exeter 2. Congratulations, team and coaches, this was a great season and a fantastic final game!
Boys Varsity Soccer Plays In DII Championship Game The Boys Varsity Soccer Team will play in the DII State Championship Game on Saturday, November 3rd, at Southern New Hampshire University's Penmen Stadium, Hooksett. Game time is 4:00 pm. Admission is $7 for students and senior citizens, $9 for adults. Go Cougars!
Unified Soccer Enjoys Sendoff To Championship Game The ConVal Unified Soccer team will play in the DI State Championship game on Sunday, November 4th, at the Bank of New Hampshire Stadium at Laconia High School. The stadium is located at 345 Union Ave, Laconia, NH 03246. The game time is 2:15 pm. Go Cougars!
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There will be a Craft Fair in the ConVal gym on Saturday, November 17th, from 10:00 am-3:00 pm.
Visitors will have many unique, handmade items to choose from:
- crocheted toys, hats, mittens
- art binders, mermaid tails
- jewelry, clothing, gifts
- baskets, centerpiece boxes, ornaments
- Guatemalan handicrafts
Junior Marina McMahon assists two Great Brook School students with a dissection during a recent Lab Girls meeting.
Lab Girls is a Harris Center program that brings women mentors with careers in STEM fields into the classroom.
ConVal High School students with an interest in science help the middle school girls navigate the hands-on lab activities.
Find your grail and give your audiences and performers the chance of a lifetime to experience one of the greatest musicals of the modern age — the Tony® Award Winning Best Musical Spamalot!
Lovingly ripped off from the classic film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail,
As the week comes to a close I wanted to share with the community some reflections and some additional information on the events of Wednesday, November 7th.
Let me begin by updating you with the information I can share. Over the last two days, we have carefully assessed the climate of our buildings.
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ConVal art teacher Mary Goldthwaite-Gagne is the featured artist of the month on the Arts Alive website.
In the article, “Ms. G” talks about her love for the arts in the Monadnock region, her interest in art collaborations, and her love for teaching.
For a direct link to the blogpost, click here.
Sister Juanita Durgin, RN, American Red Cross instructor for the combined ConVal and Conant High School Nurse Assistant Training Program, conducted the graduation ceremony at ConVal recently.
The following received their certificates: Camri Aho, Kylee Brown, Lyndsay Cramb, Eliza Fiore, Sarah Glodgett, Ciana Lazu.
The Nurse Assistant Training Program includes theory and clinical components as well as two-year CPR/AED and First Aid certifications.
The ConVal Regional High School Counseling Department has announced that sophomores Henry Bernstein, Erich Clark, and Abigail Theberge were selected to represent ConVal at the 2019 Hugh O’Brian Leadership Conference in May. The HOBY Conference is a weekend-long program held at the St. Anselm College and will host sophomore student leaders from across New Hampshire.
The Goethe-Institut invited German students and teachers of the PASCH-schools in the USA to an immersion weekend triathlon in Colorado from September 27 to 30.
The teams from each respective school competed in exciting competitions related to German language and culture, built friendships across their own state borders and put their German to practical use.