ConVal Regional High School

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When ConVal’s traditional graduation could not be held in early June due to the statewide coronavirus stay-at-home order, plans were drawn up to postpone the event by two months. On August 8, the Class of 2020 was finally able to hold its commencement exercises under bright skies on the ConVal athletic field.

Former principal Michelle Voto and Jadyn Vaidya,

In an effort to make the ConVal High School graduation ceremonies accessible to those who cannot travel to the event, ConVal has partnered with Arcomm and Upstream to provide a live stream of the event.

Please use this link to access the livestream on Saturday, August 8, starting at 5:55 pm. 

Principal Heather McKillop met with families on the apron of ConVal Regional High School to welcome newcomers to the district and to talk about the transition to high school.

“These informal meet and greets proved very beneficial,” said McKillop. “In all, we had over 40 families RSVP and drive up through the bus loop to join me curbside for physically distanced conversations.”

ConVal High School Principal Heather McKillop explains the fall 2020 reopening plan in a webcast. Please click on the link below to play the 10-minute presentation.

Addendum: The original plan to create student cohorts in the Blue & Gold Reopening Model was based on an alphabetical sort. In response to feedback from the community,

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ConVal High School was notified by the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association (NHIAA) that it will receive the Associations’ Sportsmanship Award.

In a letter to the high school administration, Executive Director Jeffrey Collins wrote: “On behalf of the NHIAA Sportsmanship Committee, I am pleased to inform you that you will be receiving the NHIAA/National Federation of State High School Associations’

Congratulations to all the graduates of the Class of 2020!

Your class will determine how we will recover and rebuild our society. Keep our ConVal community in your memory as you embark on a new life of vision, purpose, and hope.

You have been successful and achieved a myriad of accomplishments while at ConVal.

Congratulations to Casey Jordan who received the 2019 DII State Championship Most Valuable Player award.

Jordan was recognized for his contributions to the ConVal Cougars soccer championship game last November.

“It was a total team effort,” noted coach Josh Smith. “Casey was able to score the lone goal in a 1-0 victory over Lebanon.”

Senior Eamon Welby is the recipient of a 2020 Ruth and James Ewing Arts Award.

This was the sixth time that the art prizes were given. The awards are named for the late owners of The Keene Sentinel who were well recognized in the region as supporters of cultural endeavors in the Monadnock area and beyond.

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