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Students at PES enter their ID info before starting the Smarter Balanced test. The new assessment system is aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and is used for the first time during the 2014-15 school year.

Students at PES enter their ID info before starting the Smarter Balanced test. The new assessment system is aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and is used for the first time during the 2014-15 school year.

The Lucy Hurlin Theatre is the setting for the annual ConVal Film Festival. All of the film shorts are written, acted, filmed, and edited by ConVal students. An awards ceremony follows the viewing of the creative submissions.

The Lucy Hurlin Theatre is the setting for the annual ConVal Film Festival. All of the film shorts are written, acted, filmed, and edited by ConVal students. An awards ceremony follows the viewing of the creative submissions.

After Photo I students write letters to a photographer whose work they admire, a lucky senior receives an inspiring response from Sabino Parente: a signed copy of his book, a letter, postcards, as well as encouraging words.

After Photo I students write letters to a photographer whose work they admire, a lucky senior receives an inspiring response from Sabino Parente: a signed copy of his book, a letter, postcards, as well as encouraging words.

Ramona Branch and David Flemming of Raylynmor Opera congratulate ConVal Junior Emily Perry, a Graphic Design II student, on her poster design for the upcoming performance of “The Magic Flute” at the Colonial Theatre.

Ramona Branch and David Flemming of Raylynmor Opera congratulate ConVal Junior Emily Perry, a Graphic Design II student, on her poster design for the upcoming performance of “The Magic Flute” at the Colonial Theatre.

Students in Carol Young' Science classes have scheduled themselves into her TASC room to earn the opportunity to relearn materials before retaking an assessment next week. Relearning is a fundamental philosophy of TASC.

Students in Carol Young' Science classes have scheduled themselves into her TASC room to earn the opportunity to relearn materials before retaking an assessment next week. Relearning is a fundamental philosophy of TASC.

RENEW is an individualized school-to-career planning process for youths with emotional and behavioral challenges. At a conference in Boston, Ms. Heddy, Ms. King, and a student speak about the success of RENEW at ConVal.

RENEW is an individualized school-to-career planning process for youths with emotional and behavioral challenges. At a conference in Boston, Ms. Heddy, Ms. King, and a student speak about the success of RENEW at ConVal.

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ConVal School District Voting Results

For general information on the budget process,click here.  For 2015-2016 budget and contract documents, click here.

ConVal Special Olympics 2015

ConVal School District Weekly Video

Retiree Health Insurance Information

Points of Pride
March 17, 2015

AES

Recently, Steve Ullman, President of the Antrim Historical Society, organized a wonderful presentation on the history of Antrim schools for the third and fourth graders at AES.  The five presenters, who are all Antrim school alumni, described the similarities and differences between Antrim’s schools, teachers, and students today and those of thirty to seventy years ago. Among the many things students learned were:

​​The old school on High Street had a steeple to hold the bell that signaled the start of the school day.

Students had to learn how to dance, and they used authentic, historical costumes. 

Girls could not wear pants to school. They could wear ski pants in the winter, but they had to take them off once they got to school.

After WW2, schools received surplus cans of food from the Army for school lunches.

 

BES

The Bennington Conservation Commission and Bennington Recreation Committee have offered two After School Science Club sessions to all interested 3rd and 4th graders at Pierce School. Taking advantage of nearby Bruce Edes Memorial Forest, students started by learning about animals and their habitats and will soon be observing the changes that spring brings. Students made nature journals in which they have been drawing and labeling their observations as well as collected forest specimens. 

 

FES

Francestown students participated in our annual New Hampshire Dance Institute residency last week. Under the skillful direction of Lisa Cook, NHDI teacher, all students in kindergarten through fourth grade learned two complex dances. The theme this year was the water cycle and students learned embedded facts about this topic as they leaped, spun and danced the week away. Our final performance on Friday evening was wonderful and the FES gymnasium was jam packed.

 

SMS

SMS production of "Stuart Little" was put on by the Drama club and advisor Taylor Koban this weekend.  Great production and lots of students and community members came to see the play.

 

GES

GES is busy making lots of community connections!  3rd & 4th Graders have been working with Jenn Sutton from the Harris Center.  Third grade is learning about vertebrates and 4th grade is learning about NH mammals.  Both classes have spent time outside, tracking animals and looking for evidence out in the woods behind our school.  Second grade has been learning about states of matter and are in the middle of a unit on maple sugaring in NH.  They hope to travel to Old Pound Road Sugar House soon!  Students are actively engaged and working hard!  Everyone is looking forward to warmer temps so we can extend our learning to the great outdoors even more!

 

District Special Olympics   

The ConVal High School Special Olympics team went to Waterville Valley, March 1st to the 3rd, to participate in the New Hampshire Winter State Games. Ten students represented ConVal High School in cross-country skiing, snowshoe and alpine skiing. We stayed at the Town Square condo’s, got to hang with our friends, make our own breakfast and lunches and joined all the other NH participants for dinners. The following three students volunteered to support our team – Emma Mellon, Kara Ammon, and Louis LaFleur.      

 

The team performed very well and came home exhausted and wearing lots of bling.

 

Meghan Updyke competed in Snow Shoe – she earned a bronze medal.

 

Three young men competed in Alpine (slalom, giant slalom and super g) 

Andrew Hopkins – gold and two bronze

Garrett Shows – bronze medal

Dylan Coyne – three gold medals. 

 

Six athletes competed in Cross Country (50 meter, 100 meter, 200 meter). 

Caitlin Ellis –  1 bronze medal

Branden Davis – 2 gold medals and 1 silver medal

Brandon Chase – one gold medal, 1 silver medal, and 1 bronze medal

James MacFarlane – 1 silver medal,  1 bronze medal

Jason Kulgren -  bronze medal, two  4th place ribbons

Jarek Noschese –  1 gold medal, 2 bronze medals. 

 

ConVal athletes competed hard, showed great sportsmanship and represented our school district with pride.  They are looking forward to next year.

 

In other District news, SAU #1, ConVal Schools is a member of the 2015 Green Power Leadership Club.  By meeting the Leadership Club green power use requirements, ConVal has joined an elite group of Green Power Partners who are demonstrating exemplary environmental leadership!

 

CVHS

Two ConVal students were given awards at the Sharon Arts Center Exhibition Gallery opening on Friday:

Sophia Mackeigan won $100.00 and the best in category award for her photograph and KayLee Zubhuza won the ONLY scholarship given - $1,500 a year to attend NHIA!

Congratulations ConVal!

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Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities in the ConVal School District

Career Opportunities
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




District Notices

ConVal Kindergarten Registration and Screening

2014 - 2015 District School Calendar

Superintendent's Letter Re: Snow Days, 2/18/2015

2014-2015 Bus Routes


Parent Involvement Survey for Special Education Students


Unsure About A Delay Or School Closing? WMUR Will Confirm

During the inclement weather season, the SAU will inform parents of a 2-hr delay or a school closing through an Alert Now phone message. Parents can also consult the WMUR weather page which lists all declared school closings and delays.



Upcoming Events
Education Committee Mtg. @ SAU Mar 30, 2015 05:00 PM - 06:30 PM
School Board Meeting @ SAU Office Apr 07, 2015 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
School Board Meeting @ SAU Apr 21, 2015 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
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SAU#1

106 Hancock Road

Peterborough, NH 03458

phone 603-924-3336

fax 603-924-6707

 

Dr. Brendan Minnihan

Superintendent of Schools

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