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At ConVal High School, we strive to create a safe, caring, and academically engaging school climate in which all students feel valued. We will be using a nationally validated school climate survey to measure how students, families, and staff perceive the school climate at ConVal.

The student survey will be given to students on March 16 during homeroom TASC and will take approximately 5-10 minutes.

The All Shook Up School Edition information is now live. Visit our Google site for details and make sure to visit Cast 98 to sign up for an audition!

All Shook Up is a crowd-pleasing musical that was inspired by and features the songs of Elvis Presley.

Thirteen members of the ConVal Nordic team took a break from studying for exams and traveled to Plainfield to compete in their first classic race of the season.

Low snowfall this season prevented the skiers from having any practices in this style of cross country racing so far this season, but the veteran team members did well nevertheless.

Perfectly timed for the cold season, students in Dr. Milne’s Chemistry class learn about a phenomenon that is called “freezing point depression.”

Chemically speaking, freezing point depression involves the intentional decrease of the freezing point of a solvent following the addition of a non-volatile solute. Common examples include salt in water and alcohol in water.

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New Hampshire Youth Poet Laureate Rachel Sturges opened the Jaffrey-Rindge Martin Luther King Day celebration by reading an original poem she composed for the occasion.

Rachel led a series of poetry writing workshops at the Jaffrey Grade School and Rindge Middle School throughout the Fall, leading students in using poetry to explore the theme “Our Beloved Community.”

The Jaffrey-Rindge MLK Committee organized the Martin Luther King Jr Day commemoration,

The Alliance for Young Artists and Writers has announced the 2020 winners of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards in Photography. With one Gold Key Awards, 9 Silver Key Awards, and 25 Honorable Mention Awards, ConVal High School students figured prominently among this year’s recognized artists.

The winners are:

David Martin

Madeline Hall,

Congratulations to Thalia Stafford, sophomore, for being recognized as the CTE Student of the Month at the Region 14 Applied Technology Center for November 2019.

Thalia was nominated by her computer programming instructor, Gil Morris, for excelling in all the soft skills but especially self-management. He goes on to say that “what makes her stand out among her peers is her creativity in programming.

At the state-wide World Language Poetry recitation contest on Tuesday, December 10, 2019, the following students of German were recognized for their performance:

Level 1 – Bronze – Jack Craig
Level 2 – Silver – Gwen Inglis
Level 3 – Silver – Rosie Crooker

Congratulations all!

Upcoming Events

January Monday
Quarter 3 Starts
February Monday
February is CTE Month
February Wednesday
College Overview Night
6:30 pm
February Thursday
Tech Week “The Wolves” by Sarah DeLappe
2:30 am
February Friday
Tech Week “The Wolves” by Sarah DeLappe
2:30 am
February Monday
Course Registration for 2020-21 Begins