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High School Holds “ConVal Games” As Homecoming Spirit Rally

On Friday, students had the opportunity to be part of the “ConVal Games,” a community-building tradition linked to the creation of TASC at ConVal. This year, the event functioned as the kickoff event to Homecoming Weekend.

There was a full range of activities in which students, teachers, and staff could participate together, including

  • Volleyball
  • Trivia
  • Flag football
  • Sidewalk chalk drawing
  • Ladder Ball
  • Basketball “Knockout”
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Karaoke!
  • Cards for Hospitalized Kids
  • Minute to Win it
  • Twister
  • Cornhole
  • Donuts on a String
  • Face painting
  • Puzzles, Board Games and Card Games
  • Photography
  • Jeopardy
  • Just Dance
  • Chalk Drawing on the Front Apron
  • Event Photography
  • Mask Making
  • Four Square
  • Kickball
  • Fall Cookie Decorating

There was even an opportunity to participate in a jam session in the Band Room with ConVal teachers Brock Lambert and Mike Wozmak.

The ConVal Games also have a competitive dimension.  Each class competes individually and in groups to determine a class champion. The class with the most tickets earns the right to choose their school color for the year. This year’s winner was the Junior class.

“I was thrilled to participate in my first ConVal Games,” said Principal Heather McKillop after the event. “I was able to visit many of the activities and talked to students at each station. The ConVal Games were a great culture-building activity for our school as we come back together in person.”