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ConVal Drama now presents "Les Misérables: School Edition," the sung- through musical based on the novel by Victor Hugo. A cast of 40 students performs Thu, Fri, Sat evenings at 7:00 and Sun afternoon at 2:00.

ConVal Drama now presents "Les Misérables: School Edition," the sung- through musical based on the novel by Victor Hugo. A cast of 40 students performs Thu, Fri, Sat evenings at 7:00 and Sun afternoon at 2:00.

Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs is an internationally known expert on curriculum mapping, curriculum integration, and 21st century approaches to teaching and learning. Here, she is working with the District Curriculum Council in the LHT.

Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs is an internationally known expert on curriculum mapping, curriculum integration, and 21st century approaches to teaching and learning. Here, she is working with the District Curriculum Council in the LHT.

Great Brook students share original stories with Antrim Elementary preschoolers. While the younger students enjoy the stories and pose questions, the older students have an opportunity to practice their reading, speaking, and presentation skills.

Great Brook students share original stories with Antrim Elementary preschoolers. While the younger students enjoy the stories and pose questions, the older students have an opportunity to practice their reading, speaking, and presentation skills.

The ConVal High School Concert Band meets in Mr. Wickham's music room to go over their Winter Concert repertoire. The program on December 17 will include a Shaker song medley and a Patapan percusssion feature.

The ConVal High School Concert Band meets in Mr. Wickham's music room to go over their Winter Concert repertoire. The program on December 17 will include a Shaker song medley and a Patapan percusssion feature.

A GBS 6th grader shows his edible diorama depicting the Texas Rangers' baseball stadium. R.A. Dickey's book "Throwing Strikes" was the inspiration for the lavishly decorated cake.

A GBS 6th grader shows his edible diorama depicting the Texas Rangers' baseball stadium. R.A. Dickey's book "Throwing Strikes" was the inspiration for the lavishly decorated cake.

GBS science students are examining the ecosystem at Otter Brook Conservation Center. They will catalog the plants and animals that live there and make observations throughout the school year.

GBS science students are examining the ecosystem at Otter Brook Conservation Center. They will catalog the plants and animals that live there and make observations throughout the school year.

Principal Brian Pickering joins a full-school assembly in applauding Jay Asher who spoke about "Why Everyone Matters." ConVal High School was Asher's only New Hampshire stop on his "50 States Against Bullying" tour.

Principal Brian Pickering joins a full-school assembly in applauding Jay Asher who spoke about "Why Everyone Matters." ConVal High School was Asher's only New Hampshire stop on his "50 States Against Bullying" tour.

GBS 7th- and 8th grade Language Arts students are participating in a poetry project with algorithmic artist Nathan Kroms Davis. Students read aloud as words are sporadically transmitted to their screens, creating a textured and layered choral effect.

GBS 7th- and 8th grade Language Arts students are participating in a poetry project with algorithmic artist Nathan Kroms Davis. Students read aloud as words are sporadically transmitted to their screens, creating a textured and layered choral effect.

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South Meadow School Highlights

SMS had over 170 athletes recognized at the Sports Award Night last week. Over 300 people attend the event which was a wonderful tribute to the student participation in athletics .

Ann Henry was awarded Advisor of the Year by the 4H club on Saturday night and former SMS student, Patrick Roberts, was awarded member of the year.

Great Brook School Students attend Leadership Workshop at Harris Center

On Monday, November 3rd, 36 Great Brook Bobcats attended a leadership workshop at the Harris Center.  The training was led by "Hutch" Hutchinson, a professor at the Boston University School of Management.  His emphasis was on moral leadership, on how to segment large jobs into separate parts, and on personal responsibility.  Students will display their leadership skills as they plan and implement the annual GBS Turkey Trot.  

Hancock Elementary School Happenings

On October 27th, Hancock Elementary School teachers, PTO, and community members hosted approximately 75 people at our annual Harvest Feast.  Students harvested and prepared butternut squash, carrots, kale and potatoes that went into three delicious soups.  


As a part of our social studies and science instruction, the students at HES have taken learning to the field.  The fourth grade students spent a day at the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum in order to learn about the diverse North American Indian Cultures.  The second grade visited the Monadnock Center to understand what learning looked like in the 1800's and the third grade headed to Ruggles Mine as a part of their unit on rocks and minerals.  

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Mission & Vision

Mission Statement

The ConVal Regional School District, in partnership with its member communities, will inspire all learners to achieve academically, contribute to the global community, and thrive as independent and productive citizens.

Vision Statement

As a New Hampshire Follow the Child district, the ConVal Regional School District will create and cultivate these conditions in the lives of our students:

* Sense of belonging

* Access to heroes and caring role models

* Sense of accomplishment

* Fun and excitement

* Curiosity and creativity

* Spirit of adventure

* Leadership and responsibility

* Confidence to set goals and take action to reach those goals

Values Statement

As a Professional Learning Community, we will implement our mission and support our vision by demonstrating:
* A focus on student learning
* Collaborative teamwork
* Personal accountability
* Trust and respect
* Job embedded professional development




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Dr. Brendan Minnihan

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