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Just weeks after their successful Winter Concert, the ConVal Jazz Band is already deep in rehearsals of their new repertoire which includes "Soul Bassa Nova," the theme song to "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery."

Just weeks after their successful Winter Concert, the ConVal Jazz Band is already deep in rehearsals of their new repertoire which includes "Soul Bassa Nova," the theme song to "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery."

Unified Sports at ConVal High School took a great step forward with the first Unified Basketball game of the season against Hinsdale. Here, two players celebrate at center court after scoring a basket for the Cougars.

Unified Sports at ConVal High School took a great step forward with the first Unified Basketball game of the season against Hinsdale. Here, two players celebrate at center court after scoring a basket for the Cougars.

The ConVal Cougars host the Hollis Brookline Cavaliers for a hard-fought game. While the Cougars put on some great plays, as in this jumpshot, and lead the Cavaliers at times, they come up short 56-53 in overtime.

The ConVal Cougars host the Hollis Brookline Cavaliers for a hard-fought game. While the Cougars put on some great plays, as in this jumpshot, and lead the Cavaliers at times, they come up short 56-53 in overtime.

Mock trial lets students gain public speaking skills while learning about the judicial system and the work of trial attorneys. In this photo, "Judge" Ernie Belletete presides over the courtroom as the trial begins.

Mock trial lets students gain public speaking skills while learning about the judicial system and the work of trial attorneys. In this photo, "Judge" Ernie Belletete presides over the courtroom as the trial begins.

Students in Ms. Milne's science class have studied fermentation and anaerobic respiration as part of their unit on glycolysis and cellular respiration. To apply their knowledge, they use yeast to make breads in the chemistry lab.

Students in Ms. Milne's science class have studied fermentation and anaerobic respiration as part of their unit on glycolysis and cellular respiration. To apply their knowledge, they use yeast to make breads in the chemistry lab.

Students review the final edit of their digital content project which involved storyboarding, scripting, location planning, acting, videotaping, and editing. The project was based on a psychology unit on mental disorders.

Students review the final edit of their digital content project which involved storyboarding, scripting, location planning, acting, videotaping, and editing. The project was based on a psychology unit on mental disorders.

Combining art and science and using a human brain as a model, a senior in Ms. Goldthwaite's class works on her AP Art Portfolio. The portfolio will be a collection of detailed pencil drawings around the theme of "Distractions."

Combining art and science and using a human brain as a model, a senior in Ms. Goldthwaite's class works on her AP Art Portfolio. The portfolio will be a collection of detailed pencil drawings around the theme of "Distractions."

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ConVal School District

Closed Tuesday, January 27, 2015

& Wednesday, January 28, 2015

due to the winter storm


33 Recognitions! ConVal Comes Up Big In NH Art Awards

Congratulations to the following students for having their artwork selected for the NH Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. 

 

  • Joseph Bernstein - 2 Honorable Mention Awards
  • Mei Buzzell - 1 Gold Key Portfolio Award, 1 Silver Key Portfolio Award, 1 Gold Key Individual, and 1 Silver Key individual 
  • Ava French -  1 Gold Key
  • Bridget Grady - 1 Gold Key
  • Hannah Henderson - 1 Silver Key Portfolio Award, 1 Silver Key Individual Award, 1 Gold Key Individual Award, 
  • Evening Iwanowicz- 1 Gold Key Award
  • Erin Johnson - 1 Silver Key Award
  • Gwen Jones - 1 Honorable Mention Award
  • Adam Lundsted - 1 Honorable Mention Award
  • Anna Magee - 1 Silver Key Award
  • Meredith Messer - 1 Honorable Mention Award
  • Tejas Moses - 1 Silver Key, 1 Honorable Mention, and 2 Gold Key Awards
  • Madelynne Moynihan - 3 Silver Keys and 1 Gold Key Award
  • Maggie Picott - 1 honorable Mention
  • Michelle Thompson - 2 Honorable Mention Awards
  • Rowan Tyne - 1 Gold Key
  • Cassandra Wilkinson - 1 Silver Key
  • KayLee Zubhuza - 1 Silver Key Portfolio Award

 

In addition, one of these students will also be awarded a "Best In Show Awards" at the Scholastic Awards Ceremony on Sunday, February 8, 2015 at Pinkerton Academy.  The Best in Show Award is one of 12 awards selected from the more than 2,000 submissions for special recognition for it's outstanding quality, craftsmanship and vision.


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District Meeting 1 Deliberative Session

Saturday,

January 31, 2015
10:00am 


ConVal High School Gymnasium


Free childcare provided - register by calling 924-3869


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Feb. 3: Free File-A-FAFSA At ConVal

Feb. 5: Registration Opens For College Planning Session

Each year, families from around the state gather for the annual Destination College convention for high school juniors and their parents.

All of the day's events are free. Attendees have access to a wide variety of college planning workshops, get to hear a student keynote speaker, and have the opportunity to participate in a scholarship raffle while attending a college fair.

This signature event for high school juniors and parents is a collaborative effort between the NHHEAF Network Organizations and New Hampshire colleges and universities. Registration is scheduled to open on February 5th at www.destinationcollege.org and is required by both the parent(s) and student who will be attending. For details, see the poster below.

Feb. 9: Welcome Parents Of The Class of 2019!

The ConVal School Counseling Office announces that the registration process for the ConVal Class of 2019 will begin in early February.
 
The first step in the transition from middle school to high school will begin with an informational night for parents/guardians on Monday, February 9, 2015, at 6:30 pm at ConVal High School

This program is for parents and guardians only, as the students will have their own meetings with us at their school.
 
The agenda for this program is:
 

  • Welcome (Principal Brian Pickering)
  • Athletics (Athletic Director Mark Swasey)
  • Student Activities (Student Council President Will MacPhee)
  • Course Registration (School Counseling Director Kim Chandler)
    • Freshman course offerings
    • Typical schedule
    • Leveling of courses
    • Registration process
    • Deadlines
  • Questions

 
On February 10, 2015, the high school counselors begin working with the Great Brook and South Meadow eighth graders on selecting courses for next year.

Independent school students are invited to the high school on Friday, February 13, 2015 at 9:30 am for an information session.

We are eager to meet our new freshman class and work with them on selecting their classes.

ConVal School District Weekly Video

District Notices

ConVal Kindergarten Registration and Screening

2014 - 2015 District School Calendar

2014-2015 Bus Routes


Parent Involvement Survey for Special Education Students

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District Meeting 1

Deliberative Session

Saturday,

January 31, 2015
10:00am 

ConVal High School Gymnasium


Free childcare provided

- register by calling

924-3869

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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.



School Notices

Parent-Principal Advisory Committee

Next Meeting Date: February 4, 2015 6:00pm in the DLC

Lunch Menu

Notice About Food Allergies

Healthy Snack List

2014-15 Bell Schedule

2014-2015 Bus Routes

Due to health concerns,

ConVal is a latex-free zone.


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ConVal High School
184 Hancock Road
Peterborough, NH 03458


Phone: (603) 924-3869
Fax: (603) 924-9176

 

Principal:
Brian Pickering

 

Dean of Students:
Stephen Bartsch

 

Dean of Faculty:

Gib West

 

Director of School Counseling:

Kim Chandler

Special Education Administrator:

Leander Corman

Director of Applied Technology Center:

John Reitnauer


Athletic Director:
Mark Swasey

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