ConVal Regional High School

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Students in Mr. Bowman’s class are currently studying World War I. Since the COVID-19 pandemic has variously been declared a “war,” students were asked to create posters in the style of World War I public information campaigns.

“The point of this activity is for the students to show they understand the sacrifices that Americans made during World War 1,”

On what would normally have been a snow day on Tuesday, students and staff were invited to build snowmen as a way to deal with social distancing and to connect through a school-wide, shared activity.

The results were creative, imaginative, and sincere expressions of school spirit. Many of the snowmen featured Cougar sports teams.

On behalf of Athletic Director John Reitnauer, please read the announcement below.

For Immediate Release
March 23, 2020

RE: NHIAA Championships

By unanimous vote, the NHIAA Executive Council has enacted a resolution in order to fulfill its duties with regard to the awarding of State Champion and Runner-Up plaques and medals to teams participating in tournaments cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic.

This comes from a parent with students at both the middle school and high school levels.

“Thank you to all the staff of the ConVal school district. In my household, day one of online learning has been a success. 

From listening in to the amazing high school teachers connect with my students,

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ConVal senior Angus Kirkpatrick, an engineering student in the Region 14 Applied Technology Center (ATC), has received certification as a SolidWorks Associate.

The CSWA exam is one of the most widely used mechanical computer-aided design (CAD)  packages in the world. SolidWorks is an example of how certification can distinguish a standout designer or design engineer from the rest of the crowd.

On Monday, March 2, Jacob Demers received a Certificate of Appreciation from Jerry Galus of the Peterborough Economic Development Authority (EDA).

Demers was recognized for his contributions to a panel at Franklin Pierce University where he explained the many educational opportunities and benefits that the Region 14 Applied Technology Center (ATC) offers ConVal High School students through its Career and Technical Education (CTE) classes.

The ConVal Nordic team had an excellent day of racing in Whitefield, NH on Saturday, culminating in two skiers qualifying for the NH U16 team and another skier taking 4th place in the Boys B race. 

Allison Bull and Jaimini Viles each skied fast enough to have their combined times from the NH Coaches Series February 1 classic race and this Saturday’s skate race place them in the top 24 boys and girls in the State in the U16 category (birth years 2004 and 2005.)  

ConVal senior Liam McCall (center) won first place in the District 2 American Legion Oratorical Contest which was held at Post #23 in Milford on Saturday, February 15. McCall won with a pair of successful speeches, one on the principle of no taxation without representation and the second on an assigned topic, which for McCall was the 20th Amendment.

Upcoming Events

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April Thursday
ATC RAC Meeting – MOVED ONLINE
11:00 am
09
April Thursday
Tech Week “Spring Musical” – CANCELLED
2:30 pm
10
April Friday
Quarter 4 Begins
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April Friday
Tech Week “Spring Musical” – CANCELLED
2:30 pm
13
April Monday
Tech Week “Spring Musical” — CANCELLED
2:30 pm
14
April Tuesday
Tech Week “Spring Musical” — CANCELLED
2:30 pm