DAILY BULLETIN, MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 2016
Early Dismissal Information Our dismissal time is 2:11 p.m. All dismissals require a note or a telephone call earlier in the day. Picking up your child early without prior notification, between 1:30 p.m. and 2:11 p.m. is disruptive. We understand there are circumstances beyond everyone’s control, but we respectfully request that dismissal within 15 minutes of our end time be avoided to the greatest extent possible. Unless it is an emergency, please do not call for dismissal after 1:00 p.m. This will help reduce classroom interruptions and we thank you for your support.
Our next Life in the Balance Film! Bag It! Where: CCHS Auditorium When: Tuesday, January 12 Time: 6:30 Pizza will be available in the Cafe at 6:00pm until 6:15 & $1/slice Earth Science and Community Service Credit Available. Parents / Community are Welcome!
Oyez, Oyez, Oyez, Moot Court begins in the second semester and sign up sheets are now available in the Social Studies office. The deadline to sign up is Thursday, January 28. See Ms. Fox or Ms. Davies if you have any questions.
Student Health 101: The January 1 issue of CCHS Student Health 101 is now ready – check it out and enter this month’s drawing for $100: http://getsh101.com/concordcarlisle.html Topics include: All-in-one workouts: How to build strength, stamina, and flexibility anywhere; 5 easy ways to make the most of your money, the pursuit of perfection: What is the cost of your high standards? And much more…
January Film Series at The Fenn School. On January 12 at 6:30 p.m. join us to view Race to Nowhere and then join in a discussion with Fenn faculty and other attendees about the film. The event is free and open to the public; however, registration is suggested. Please register at www.fenn.org/fennspeaks<http://www.fenn.org/fennspeaks>
IEP BASIC RIGHTS Workshop January 14th 7-9pm. Concord-Carlisle High School Learning Commons. What is an IEP? An IEP is an important legal document. It spells out your child’s learning needs, the services the school will provide, and how progress will be measured. Creating an effective IEP takes time, effort and patience. The more you know about the process, the better you can advocate for your child. The Concord SEPAC is offering an IEP Basic Rights Workshop designed to help you learn how to be effective partners with your child’s school and to plan, make decisions and monitor your child’s progress in school. You will also learn your rights and responsibilities under Massachusetts Education Law and have the opportunity to ask questions about your child’s IEP. Presented by advocates and former Concord SEPAC Chairs Melody Orefi and Bonnie Polakoff. Parent mingle – 6:30 p.m., Presentation/Q&A: 7-9 p.m. For planning purposes please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
After School Music Instruction The Concord/Concord-Carlisle Schools has limited new openings for its winter-spring session of instrumental music and voice lessons. The Instrumental Music School of Carlisle and Concord, part of the Community Education department, offers weekly lessons (30, 45 or 60 minutes) at CCHS and the Carlisle School.
The Concord Police Department is sponsoring a RAD self-defense class for CCHS female students, and female college students home for winter break. RAD or Rape Aggression Defense program is a realistic self-defense program teaching risk reduction and avoidance strategies, including hands-on defense training. RAD is not a martial arts program. RAD consists of four classes using simple and easy to learn techniques, providing an effective and proven method of self-defense for females. RAD classes will be held on Tues. Jan.19, Thurs. Jan.21, Thurs. Jan.26 and Thurs. 28 6:30 p.m. to 8:30p.m. Classes will be held at the Alcott School. For more information please contact Dispatcher Nancy Campbell at 978-318-3400 or email@example.com
The Amazing Race Returns: April 2nd, 2016 Mark your calendar! CC at Play’s Amazing Race and Rockin’ After Party will take place on Saturday, April 2nd, 2016. Who do you want on your team to compete in this action-packed, scavenger hunt adventure, which is based on the hit CBS show “The Amazing Race”? Registration begins January 4th. Teams of two or three can race in one of three categories: Adult/18+, Youth/Grades 6-12, and Kids/Grades K-5. Space is limited; so don’t forget to sign-up early!
Group Classes Begin January 19 at Concord Conservatory of Music. Have you always wanted to learn to play “Eleanor Rigby” on the ukulele? Do you find yourself drumming rhythm patterns on your desk? Are you an enthusiastic “shower singer?” Consider taking your interest and ability to the next level by enrolling in a course at The Concord Conservatory of Music. Whether it’s a group class in singing, world percussion, or even ukulele, CCM offers you the chance to learn a wonderful new skill with friends both new and old. We can even set you up in a Rock Band! CCM faculty members will get you started and focus your effort—you’ll be amazed at how quickly you will learn. Bring a friend and make some new ones! For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call (978) 369-0010, or visit http://www.ConcordConservatory.org. The Concord Conservatory of Music is located at 1317 Main Street in the West Concord Union Church. Financial assistance is available.
Desperately Seeking Bass Players! The Concord Conservatory of Music is putting together some Rock Groups! And while we’d like to hear from any interested guitarists, drummers, trumpet or sax players, we’d LOVE to hear from any bass players looking to play some rock and roll! Directed by CCM guitar faculty member Chaim Burstein—he’ll take your playing to the next level. More info here. Rock Lab begins January 15th 5-6 p.m.
Martha A. Hammer
Concord-Carlisle Regional High School
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