Pursuant to Governor Sununu’s Emergency Order #89, beginning the week of April 19, all students will have the opportunity for in-person learning five days a week.
The following sets forth the ConVal Regional High School’s procedure for implementing the order with an early release schedule on Fridays, starting on Friday,
Students who will attend ConVal High School in the fall of 2021 will find a brand-new learning opportunity at the Region 14 Applied Technology Center (ATC): the building of a street-legal electrical car that is based on a kit provided by the California-based company SwitchLab.
ATC Director Jen Kiley pursued this grant-based project with a funding request in January of this year.
In a demonstration of both school pride and community spirit, the ConVal Class of 2024 has committed itself to a highway cleanup project for the next two years. For their commitment to remove litter four times a year from a two-mile section of Highway 202 leading north to Hancock and Antrim, the class is being recognized on the Adopt-A-Highway sign at the jug handle leading to the school entrance.
Please click on the player below to watch a slideshow of the ConVal High School Students who were honored as the 2021 Scholar Athletes by the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association (NHIAA) and the New Hampshire Athletic Directors Association (NHADA).
We are so excited to finally announce that we are doing a musical this spring!
You will have to wait until Monday, April 12, to find out the title, but in the meantime, please review the information relating to the process we’re using this year (attached below).
The show is 60-80 minutes long but it is NOT a Disney or Jr.
In order to accommodate the higher number of students who attend ConVal High School in person after the change to the non-cohort model on April 5, new procedures had to be implemented for many areas, including lunches.
Before the switchover, lunches were brought to the classrooms and eating lunch was flexible during Block 3,
Congratulations to Careers in Education teacher Sarah Grossi whose article “Pedagogies of Practice in a Pandemic” was published in the April 2021 issue of Techniques.
The article was based, in part, on Grossi’s presentation at the Career Tech Virtual Vision 2020 Conference which was held in December and was organized by the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE).
The ConVal Blue & Gold Cohort model, which had characterized in-person instruction at ConVal High School since September of last year, was suspended as of Monday, April 5. This was done to give all students the opportunity to attend school and join in-person learning together.
Even with the significantly higher number of students attending in person,