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Francestown kindergartner's climb Blueberry Ridge to the top of Crotched Mountain.

Francestown kindergartner's climb Blueberry Ridge to the top of Crotched Mountain.

To be ready for college, career, and life in a technological society, students need the ability to evaluate information and ideas — in printed texts and in media forms, old and new. Here, an English class analyzes a TED talk.

To be ready for college, career, and life in a technological society, students need the ability to evaluate information and ideas — in printed texts and in media forms, old and new. Here, an English class analyzes a TED talk.

Most classes at ConVal are characterized by technology integration. Nearly all courses use Google Apps for Education (GAFE) for student collaboration and many teachers use SmartBoards, like this mathematics class.

Most classes at ConVal are characterized by technology integration. Nearly all courses use Google Apps for Education (GAFE) for student collaboration and many teachers use SmartBoards, like this mathematics class.

On their field trip to the "Big E," the ConVal High School Marching Band poses in front of Storrowton Town Hall, a replica of the meeting house in Lee, NH. The Big Eastern Exposition takes place annually in Springfield, MA.

On their field trip to the "Big E," the ConVal High School Marching Band poses in front of Storrowton Town Hall, a replica of the meeting house in Lee, NH. The Big Eastern Exposition takes place annually in Springfield, MA.

A representative from Ellis Music brought a variety of instruments to demo for the fifth graders. Jahna Moncrief leads the instrumental program at Great Brook School which includes concert band, string ensemble, and jazz band.

A representative from Ellis Music brought a variety of instruments to demo for the fifth graders. Jahna Moncrief leads the instrumental program at Great Brook School which includes concert band, string ensemble, and jazz band.

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Points of Pride
Francestown Open House

Last week FES hosted our fall Open House. The school was buzzing with energy and we had 95% of our families and students attend! It was incredible. The students became the teachers and shared with their families all of their learning so far this year.

The October community supper in Francestown was sponsored by FES students, staff and families.  Collectively we were able to prepare food and serve over 100 people from the local community.  Our kindergarten students made homemade apple sauce and others contributed bread, salad, desserts and crock pots filled with delicious meals. It was a great to bring our school community and the wider community together to break bread.

Monadnock Wellness Festival

Great Brook School and ConVal High School students were recently acknowledged for their participation in the Monadnock Wellness Festival sponsored by the Monadnock Rotary Club.  Great Brook School students came as a team for the early morning Fitness Walk and stayed to enjoy the festival.  They were respectful, active and fun!  The ConVal High School Interact Club students helped set up the SoupFest, exhibitors and health screening professionals, and their own exhibit as well.  In addition, a number of them donated blood for the American Red Cross.  They worked hard and had a positive attitude throughout the long day.  

South Meadow School Pride!

As a result of Mrs. Groleau's efforts and negotiations, Camp Takodah sponsored all SMS 6th grade students for a full day at the camp on Monday.

 

Shaw’s Supermarket has adopted SMS for the year, offering a donation of $400.00 for school needs.

 

Lastly, 12 SMS staff members worked for the NH Food Bank last Wednesday to secure food for the SMS Food Pantry.

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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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