ConVal Regional High School

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During the one-week campaign to contribute to the New Hampshire Tackles Hunger campaign, ConVal High School and other district schools set a new benchmark for community support.

  • 2,830 lbs of food were collected by the school and delivered to the Peterborough Food Pantry.
  • 1,615 lbs of food collected at the Shaw’s food drive on Saturday of Homecoming Weekend.

The BrightBytes survey portal is now open for parents and we invite you to participate!

The BrightBytes survey asks questions that will deepen our understanding of how technology can benefit teaching and learning. At the schools with 1:1 Chromebooks, we use this information to inform our progress in establishing a blended learning environment at ConVal Regional High School.

There are only two days left in the New Hampshire Tackles Hunger campaign!

Last year, ConVal High School was first among all New Hampshire schools in its effort to support local food banks, and we hope to repeat our success this year.

All TASC homerooms are currently competing how many items they can supply to the statewide campaign.

The ConVal Band performed at the Eastern States Exposition on Friday, September 27th during Harvest Day. They entertained crowds on the Storrowton Green and along the parade route.

The drumline performed a number of cadences and the band played music hi-liting decades of Americana Music. Songs included were, “Boogie Down,” “Build Me Up Buttercup,”

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The Mary Varnum Platts-Peterborough Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution has announced the ConVal DAR Good Citizen Winner for 2019-2020 is senior Shannon Allen.

The DAR Good Citizen program and scholarship contest is intended to encourage and reward the qualities of good citizenship. Students selected for this award must have the following qualities:

  • Dependability – which includes truthfulness, loyalty, and punctuality.

The ConVal Regional High School Counseling Department has announced that sophomores Eva Calcutt, Fletcher Maggs, and Riley Momenee were selected to represent ConVal at the 2020 Hugh O’Brian Leadership Conference in May. The HOBY Conference is a weekend-long program held at St. Anselm College, and will host sophomore student leaders from across New Hampshire.


ConVal Regional High School Engineering Teacher Karen Fabianski of Troy, NH, was awarded the Daughters of the American Revolution Helen Pouch Memorial Fund Classroom Grant by DAR Member Nancy Rose Redling.

Sponsored by the Mary Varnum Platts-Peterborough Chapter NSDAR, Fabianski was one of fifty-one awards given nationally to classroom teachers for a proposed classroom project.

ConVal Regional High School junior Brigham Boice of Peterborough was presented with the Daughters of the American Revolution Mary Desha Medal for Youth at the New Hampshire DAR Fall Meeting this past Friday. 

The Mary Desha Medal for Youth honors a Youth for outstanding service to the community, state, or nation, through participation and/or leadership in such activities as conservation,

Upcoming Events

October Wednesday
FAFSA & Financial Aid Night
6:30 pm
October Friday
“Black Fly Story Hour” to support the Thornton Wilder Center for the Arts
7:30 pm
October Wednesday
Winter Sport Registrations Coming Up!
October Wednesday
St. Paul School Summer Program Information Night
6:30 pm
November Friday
Quarter 1 Ends
November Friday
Mango Groove Steel Drum Band