ConVal Regional High School

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School pictures will be taken at ConVal High School by Lifetouch Photos on October 29 (Gold Cohort students) and November 5 (Blue Cohort students).

Please mark your student’s day on your calendar. Lifetouch will be sending out emails with information on ordering picture packets.

October 29

8:00 am – 12:00 noon –

At ConVal High School, a number of classes have been moved outside, including Mrs. Mitschmyer’s Ceramics class. This means that all supplies and tools, including potter’s wheels, have to be brought out on a hand-pulled utility wagon every morning and brought back in when school is over.

Everyone has taken these new circumstances in stride.

The woodworking classes at ConVal’s Region 14 Applied Technology Center teach students marketable skills based on experiential and project-based learning.

On a typical day and depending on the class level, one can observe students working on Shaker-style nightstands, building wooden iPhone speakers, assembling wooden pens that have been made by hand on a lathe,

Honors & Awards

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On October 9, Athletic Director John Reitnauer received an email from WMUR, thanking ConVal for its contributions to the annual “New Hampshire Tackles Hunger” campaign.

The letter on behalf of WMUR Sports Director Jamie Staton reads as follows:

“Congratulations! Your local food bank, the Peterborough Food Pantry, has reached $1,045, which means your food pantry has received a matching gift of $500 through the generosity of the Lois Roy Dickerman Fund.

ConVal Regional High School Principal Heather McKillop announced today that senior Mary Reagan Riffle has been named a Commended Student in the 2021 National Merit® Scholarship Program.

The 34,000 Commended Students placed among the top 50,000 scorers of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2021 competition by taking the 2019 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).

Lance Levesque who teaches digital media at ConVal’s Region 14 Applied Technology Center has just been recognized by the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) as an “Educator of Distinction.”

Educators of Distinction are outstanding role models and exemplary practitioners who have made a lasting difference in a student’s life by encouraging them to strive for excellence,

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’

Upcoming Events

November Tuesday
Professional Development Day 5
November Wednesday
Veterans Day (no school)
November Friday
End of Quarter 1
November Monday
Winter Sports Begin
November Tuesday
Winter Sports Begin
November Wednesday
Winter Sports Begin