DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2016
During exam week, Bus 9 to Boston will leave immediately following school each day. Based on student feedback, there will not be a departure at 3 o’clock any day during exams. The 6 o’clock bus will run every day as usual.
Open Gyms During Mid-Year Exams: The Main Gym and the Fitness Center will be open next week during mid-year exams from 9:10-11:10 and 1:05-2:05. Required attire for the Main Gym will be athletic shoes (no boots, etc.). Required attire for the fitness center will be athletic shoes and a full change of clothing. Please come to the open gyms and manage your stress through exercise!
Health &Fitness will be offering a Lifeguard Training class during A block on Tuesdays & Thursdays during the second semester. This is available to all juniors and seniors who have this time available and are interested in getting American Red Cross Lifeguard certified. You must be at least 15 years of age and be able to pass three prerequisite swim tests in order to be accepted into the class. Please contact Mrs. Gillis in H&F for more information.
Important reminder to all students: To avoid credit reduction on your report card please clear up any unexcused absences before the quarter ends on January 22. Please see Mrs. Merry, in the main office, with any questions.
Student Health 101: The January 15 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: five things your brain and body do while you sleep, How to live real in an online world, How to balance your busy life, And much more
Auditions for Phantom of the Opera will be held February 8 – 11 from 2:30 – 5:00, audition information and forms are available on the website. Please fill out an audition form and keep checking the website for more information! www.concordcarlisletheatercompany.webs.com
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 15 – 5-6 p.m.
Empowering Parents in the Age of Social Media: Wed., Jan. 20, 6:30-8:00 p.m.,
Nashoba Brooks School, Tucker Auditorium
Join the Nashoba Brooks School community for an evening with nationally recognized researchers, authors, and school leaders Dr. Kai Bynum, Dr. Elizabeth Englander, and Dr. Catherine Steiner-Adair. Learn more about their latest research and the impact of digital technology on child development. It promises to be an informative and engaging evening for both parents and educators. Click here for more information on this event and our panelists. Questions? Email us at email@example.com.
The Center for Parents and Teachers announces its SATURDAY SEMINAR January 30, 2016 (please hold snow date of Feb 6, 2016) from 10 AM to 3 PM Barney Brawer will faciliate a presentation on “Making Something Better Happen: The Negotiation of Power and Control in Schools and Families” This lively and engaging workshop will provide educators, parents, and other interested adults with new skills to make something better happen when interpersonal systems (families, classrooms, schools, day care settings, etc.) get “stuck” around complex problems and, despite good intentions, keep repeating ineffective responses. Pre-registration is required. Click HERE to register. Concord location and more detailed information about the workshop is listed on Eventbrite site or at www.centerforparentsandteachers.org Online fees are added to ticket price so online registration will total $64.29 Questions? Emailcpt@concordps.org or call 978-202-1143.
Martha A. Hammer
Concord-Carlisle Regional High School
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