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Students in Bethany Cooper’s AP English Language and Composition class engage in a dramatic reading of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, Act II.

This is the part of the play where Ezekiel Cheever and Marshal Herrick arrive at the Proctor house with a warrant for Elizabeth Proctor’s arrest. Cheever discovers the poppet that Mary Warren had made for Elizabeth.

Despite the stretch of rainy weather over the last several weeks, the solar panel project at ConVal Regional High School is progressing rapidly.

As these pictures that were taken just before the Thanksgiving break show, the solar array assembly on top of the main building looks like it is nearing completion.

The conduits and wire pathways from the solar cells to the electric distribution panel are in the process of being connected and are getting ready to be tied into the main electrical system.

On Saturday, New Hampshire All-State auditions were held at Memorial High School where students performed a rigorous repertoire.

Congratulations to the following students on their acceptance to New Hampshire All-State instrumental and vocal ensembles:

  • Zach Cassidy (’23) String Bass
  • Clara Christensen (’25) Trumpet
  • Alissa Cutting (’22) Soprano Voice
  • Rowan Davidson (’23) Tenor Voice

The students will represent ConVal at the 

Students in Karen Fabianski’s Engineering 3 class recently had the chance to collaborate in a unique project-based learning (PBL) opportunity in ConVal’s Region 14 Applied Technology Center (ATC).

“The Engineering 3 class concentrates on design and manufacturing,” explained Fabianski. Her students decided to work on a chess game that combined these two focus areas.

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On November 18, the ConVal Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) inducted 19 new members in a ceremony in the Lucy Hurlin Theatre. ConVal’s NHS advisors Sara Longo and Amy Rushford as well as principal McKillop participated in the event.

The National Honor Society is a nationwide organization for high school students in the United States and outlying territories,

Superintendent Kimberly Rizzo Saunders and Principal Heather McKillop are pleased to share that a ConVal Regional High School teacher will be recognized for outstanding contributions to the teaching and learning of German.

Cindi Hodgdon will receive the Outstanding German Educator Award, the highest honor given by the American Association of Teachers of German,

On Friday, June 11, the ConVal High School graduation ceremony was held on the school’s Stadium Field.

In addition to teachers, school administrators, and staff, who wore their academic regalia in honor of the graduates, Superintendent Dr. Kimberly Rizzo Saunders and Assistant Superintendent Dr. Ann Forrest attended the event, representing the SAU leadership.

ConVal Regional High School’s Commencement Exercises for the Class of 2021 took place on June 11. Please see the names of graduates and the photo gallery below.

The Class of 2021

Armon Adkins, Chloe Ahern, Sierra Aho, Emma Anderson, Nisse Anderson, Aiden Anthony, Owen Armstrong, Kyle Ball, Anna Bartsch, Isis Battaglia,

Upcoming Events

December Friday
ACTE Vision Conference
December Saturday
New England Music Festival Association (NEMFA)
December Saturday
ACTE Vision Conference
December Saturday
Peterborough Tree Lighting and Lantern Parade
6:00 pm
December Wednesday
Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS)
8:00 am
December Thursday
Winter Production Auditions
2:30 pm