Featured image of article: New Student Orientation August 30, 2022

New student orientation is a half-day program to help incoming students become familiar with ConVal High School. The orientation is intended for 9th grade students and transfer students of any grade.

8:00-8:15 Registration and Greeting

8:15-8:30 Welcome and Opening Remarks

8:30-9:05 Meet Your Peer Mentor & School Counselor

9:05-10:30 Travel to Each Class &

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CTE teacher Grossi presents breakout session

Sarah Grossi, who teaches the Careers in Education program at the Region 14 Applied Technology Center at ConVal High School, conducted a breakout session on “Creating Routines: Classroom Management in Career and Technical Education” on Tuesday, August 9.

Grossi’s presentation was part of the CTE Summer Learning Series that is organized annually by the New Hampshire Department of Education.

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Featured image of article: Summer Academy Musical A Success

Live for the first time since the pandemic, the ConVal Summer Academy’s musical production of “Little Mermaid, Jr” delighted audiences with its three performances on August 4 and 5.

This magical example of stagecraft for younger and older students brought together an ensemble cast led by Alissa Cutting as Ariel, Daniel Sleeper as Prince Eric,

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Featured image of article: ConVal Theatre Arts Presents: Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Jr.

This intensive Summer Academy program focuses on the production of ConVal’s seventh annual summer musical!

To reboot our summer musical showcase, we’re going back to the beginning. Returning to the ConVal stage after its Summer Academy premiere in 2014, we can’t wait to share this timeless classic with you.

Thirty-six ConVal district students from grades 5-12 are working together to stage this 75-minute production with only thirty-eight hours of rehearsal.

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Featured image of article: Faculty, Staff, Administrators Get Ready For Graduation

To celebrate the Class of 2022, faculty, staff, and administrators gather in the atrium of the Applied Technology Center (ATC) to don their academic regalia.

In addition to the robes which indicate the highest level of academic degree the wearer has earned — bachelor’s, master’s, or doctorate degree — the different colors of the hoods that are worn over the shoulders indicate the specific field of study in which the degree was obtained.

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