Mrs. Lima’s Personal Fitness class has been taking advantage of the good weather and has been holding its strength training class outdoors.
Every day the students warm up and cool down by moving their equipment to and from their classroom tent.
On Tuesday, each student paired up with a classmate who lifts the same amount of weight.
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,
Students in the Aesthetics and Ideas class, which is co-taught by Jason Lambert and Ben Putnam, welcomed a guest speaker from the MacDowell artist’s residency program on Thursday.
Chana Porter is an emerging playwright, speculative novelist, and education activist. According to the New York Times, Porter “uses incongruity and exaggeration to suggest some midnight-dark truths about human life and endeavor.”
Mrs. Cooper’s AP Language students presented their Name-Drop assignments to their classmates this week.
Inspired by the advice of writer Annie Dillard, “You were made and set here to give voice to this, your own astonishment,” each student explored the works of a particular, famous creative person to determine that artist’s astonishment.
This could be any recurring theme,
Athletic registrations for winter sports are now open. To sign up, please use this link to register on FamilyID.
Questions? Please contact Athletic Director John Reitnauer at email@example.com.
Do you have shoes, sneakers, and boots you are looking to get rid of?
ConVal Community Dollars for Scholars will be running a shoe drive from Monday, October 4 to Wednesday, November 17.
We will be collecting gently worn, used, and new shoes of all kinds at ConVal High School in the box that is located in the main office!
As part of their unit on cars in German 4, Frau Hodgdon’s students went into the student parking lot at ConVal High School to practice an important skill: “den Ölstand messen,” to check the oil level.
Everything had to be done in German and to give you a sense of what the instructions were, here is a sample:
Over a two-day period, students in Mr. Stetzer’s Biology class conducted an assessment of Freshman Pond as part of their study of ecology and ecosystems.
The first day was devoted to a chemical analysis of the water quality. On the second day, students sampled for macroinvertebrates.
“In the end, we are comparing the tested elements of water quality — the chemical testing — with species richness,