Gabby Ramsden and Emma Rodenhiser are our co-CTE Students of the Month for October. The young women were nominated by Mrs. Coyne, their Business teacher, for their work on a socially responsible project that they plan to bring to fruition as well as their ability to connect with the whole class.
The World Language Department would like to announce and congratulate the October World Language Students of the Month.
These students demonstrate the keys to being successful language learners by having a positive attitude and a willingness to take academic risks.
The ConVal School Store now has a ConVal Fan Wear Winter sale online. This special link will be open until November 21, 2023. The purpose of this sale is for anyone who wants to order items to be delivered before the holidays.
National Honor Society students, members of the Peterborough Garden Club, TASC students, staff, and administrators come together to plant tulips in the shape of a heart for next spring’s Yellow Tulip Project.
William Simard, a junior at ConVal Regional High School, continues his stellar post-season run.
On Saturday, October 28, Simard finished 12th overall at States with a time of 17:08.
Congratulations to Chris Heider who has been selected as the Teacher of the Year by the New Hampshire Council for the Social Studies.
The awards ceremony took place at the Courtyard Marriott hotel in Concord on October 20.
Congratulations to senior Jennifer Hopkins whose latest film, “Chasing The Past,” has been selected as an entry to the All-American High School Film Festival (AAHSFF) in New York City this weekend.
Last summer, students who had been awarded a PASCH scholarship from the German Goethe Institute participated in youth language courses in Germany. They spent their mornings learning German and had time to explore the German way of life in the afternoons.
Because their game was canceled due to transportation issues at the sending school, ConVal’s Unified Soccer Team played a scrimmage against the Cougars Boys Soccer Team.
The game was a lot of fun for both teams and showed off the skills that the Unified players had learned over the course of the season.