Contoocook Valley Regional School District
"Most Likely To Succeed" Film Talkback Session As NH Commissioner of Education Dr. Virginia Berry and Graphicast owner Val Zanchuk look on, education innovator Ted Dintersmith explains to the audience the New Hampshire advantage: "You work together: communities, education, business — that makes all the difference."
Dintersmith ("Most Likely To Succeed") Holds Panel After a 25-year business career, Ted Dintersmith (in T-shirt right) — author and producer of "Most Likely To Succeed" — is now focused on issues at the nexus of education and innovation. On Thursday, he met with area businesses and SAU leadership for a panel discussion.
Community Member Awarded Family Advocacy Award Linda Quintanilha of Bennington, NH was honored with the 2016 Manfredo Torelli Family Advocacy Award for her commitment and dedication in strengthening and supporting the families of children and adults with developmental disabilities.
CPI Training ConVal staff in CPI training at the School Administrative Offices.
Hampstead Stage Company Presents "Frankenstein" Students are riveted to the dramatic performance of "Frankenstein" in the Lucy Hurlin Theatre. This original adaptation of Mary Shelley’s book explores Dr. Frankenstein’s maddening journey from creation to failure and recounts his tragic past as a warning to humanity.
A Cappella Groups Get Awards At Voices Of The 603 ConVal High School's female and male a cappella ensembles — the Clef Hangers and the Morin Tunes — competed at the Voices of the 603 vocal festival in Concord on Friday. Both groups represented ConVal exceedingly well, garnering a Gold and Silver award, respectively.
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Thursday, October 27, ConVal will host the second annual Technical Trade and Career School Fair in the gym from 1:00 to 2:15 pm.
All students are welcome to attend. Teachers are encouraged to bring their 4th block classes to the gym to visit the fourteen trade schools and community colleges that will be on display.
The ConVal Library and Learning Commons central book display rotunda is draped in decorations to reflect the spirit of Halloween. The titles on display are recommendations to readers to curl up with these books to get excited for goblins, ghosts, and spooks in the night.
In another part of the school, special education teachers were dressed up as Mario and Luigi of the early Mario game series fame.
Dollars for Scholars is a non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring hope and confidence, for students of the ConVal community who face life and financial challenges. Last year, Dollars for Scholars awarded $42,000 to ConVal graduates in order to help them achieve their potential through higher education.Dollars for Scholars is now taking applications for students graduating in the 2016-17 school year.
Points of Pride – October 18, 2016
To celebrate successful goal setting, the entire school (except Sue Martin, who stayed back to answer the phones) hiked Crotched Mountain on October 7th. Every last Bobcat reached the summit!
The New England League of Middle Schools magazine “MidLines” has an article about Great Brook in this month’s publication.
PES is receiving the Blue Ribbon award for its volunteer program. The school was recognized at an award ceremony today in Manchester.
Twenty-seven CVHS theatre arts students have earned induction into the International Thespian Society, the honor society for secondary school theatre students. Each Thespian inductee has completed over one hundred hours of excellent work in theatre arts and related disciplines.