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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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Great Brook School Pride & Progress!

Due to the overwhelming participation of GBS students in the "21 day challenge", the whole school went on a hike up North Pack on Friday.  The 21 day challenge required students to:  do all their homework, fully participate in their class work, put maximum effort into tests and assignments, attend school every day, do a full 30 minutes of reading (or more), and to limit their screen time.  Over 85 % of students participated!   

Also, 52 of 60 GBS 7th graders exceeded the yearly growth (5.4 points) in our Fall MAPS math test recently.

South Meadow School

200 pumpkins were carved by the 5th and 6th graders last week for the Keene Pumpkin Festival through the Industrial Arts and Physical Ed classes.

NHDI Students danced at the Pumpkin Festival on Saturday.

Thanks to the many parents who helped with the event.  Jodie Cutter, SMS Para, delivered all pumpkins on Friday.

Greenfield Elementary Hosts Family Reading Night

GES celebrated their Annual Read-a-thon with a Family Reading Night.  Our town librarian, Kristen Readel and Mrs. Roy read a favorite story to a packed room of students and their families.  Everyone enjoyed coming to school in their PJ's, hearing stories, trading books and creating bookmarks.  We had a great turnout!

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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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