DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2016
Cheer on Boys Basketball TONIGHT TUESDAY at 6:30 p.m. in the CC gym!
On Wednesday, February 3, there is a meeting for all boys interested in playing varsity or JV tennis for CCHS in 2016. The meeting will run from 2:30-3:00 in Room 332.
BOYS’ VARSITY HOCKEY HOME GAME – Wednesday, February 3 vs Haverhill, 7.10pm at The Edge. Go CC!
The new date for the BookPALS visit to the Everett School is Wednesday, February 3. See Dr. Cicchetti in the Learning Commons for more information, and for a permission slip. Students without a signed permission slip will not be allowed to participate.
An important email has been sent to all people who have returned an application to join the Minuteman Chapter of the National Honor Society. If you handed in your application this year and didn’t receive the email, please email Mr. Atlas immediately at email@example.com.
Reminder: ADL Peer Training will occur on Friday, February 5 from 7:45 – 1:45 at the Ripley Administrative Building, 120 Meriam Road, Concord. Pizza, snacks and drinks will be served. Students can be dropped off and picked up at Ripley or can take the bus from CCHS.
This Saturday February 6 is CC girl’s hockey Senior Night. Come and cheer on your favorite Seniors as they take on Cambridge Rindge Latin at home! The Edge in Bedford; Puck drops at 5:40 pm GO CC!!!
AP Test Registration: Sign-ups for this year’s AP tests starts this week and runs through – Feb. 12. Registration forms will be available from Ms. McElroy in the main office. They must be filled out, signed by a parent/guardian, and returned with a check for the full payment by Friday, February 12. Each test costs $92. NO LATE REGISTRATION WILL BE ALLOWED. See Ms. Fischer in the Social Studies office with questions.
Please Support the Red Cross Club with their “Troop Care Drive.” Your donations would be appreciated to help the Hanscom AFB troops that are overseas. The donation box can be found in the main lobby. Thank you. Some of the supplies needed: Tissues, Athletic Socks, Deodorant, Sunscreen, Baby Wipes, Hand Sanitizer, Playing Cards, Air Fresheners, Chapstick, Stationary, Magazines, Paperback Books, Cash for shipping costs, Beef Jerky, Trail Mix, Protein Bars, Gum, Baked Goods, Instant Oatmeal, Sunflower Seeds, Hard Candy, Unpopped Popcorn, Coffee, (Keurig Cups), Hot Chocolate, Tea, Canned Fruit.
Applications for this summer’s Earth Science Trip to the Pacific Northwest are now being accepted, due February 11. Information about the Trip can be viewed at. http://www.concordcarlisle.org/earthscience/earth-science-summer-trip/
Student Health 101: The February 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: Crushed by your crush? How to move on when the feeling’s not mutual, No blankets or tons of blankets? How to make sense of a food label. Test better: How to own the SAT or ACT …. And much more
2Volunteer has some new opportunities for volunteers. Please go to our website, 2Volunteeronline.org, for further information. Vacation is a great time to fulfill your CS requirement!
All SOPHOMORES, Class of 2018, are scheduled to meet with their guidance counselors to discuss course selection for 2016-2017. Meetings begin all this week through February 5. A letter was mailed home with the date, block and time. All meetings are in the counselor’s offices. Use the letter as your pass from study hall. Can’t find the letter, click here for list:
Please be on time…this meeting is very important and should not be missed. If you were scheduled during a class, please contact your counselor ASAP to make a change. Bring your course selection materials that you received in Advisory.
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
PRISM 2016 Please join us on February 6, 2016 @7pm for PRISM, presented by the Concord-Carlisle HS Band and Orchestra. Tickets (reserved seating) are now on sale at www.ticketstage.com (Search for Concord-Carlisle HS) Get your tickets today! PRISM is a non-stop musical kaleidoscope, showcasing the talented student musicians of the Concord-Carlisle High School Bands and Orchestra. A variety of musical styles and ensembles will be presented throughout the performing space, creating an interactive experience for the audience.
Concord Police Criminal Justice Club/Police Explorer Post The Concord Police Department is currently in the planning stages of forming the Concord Criminal Justice Club/Law Enforcement Police Explorer Post. The Concord Criminal Justice Club (CCJC) will be a unique opportunity for young men and women in grades 9-12 to explore the field of criminal justice. Members will receive instruction on several subjects such as CPR & first aid, motor vehicle law, criminal law, traffic direction, police communications, and community policing to name a few. The Explorers will utilize this training and information to assist the police department at community events at the discretion of the Concord Police Department. Our goal is that the CCJC will be a registered Law Enforcement Explorer Post. An application will be required and members must demonstrate a mature and respectful attitude toward fellow members, police department personnel, and all citizens. If you are interested in being a part of a new and exciting club, and learning about the Criminal Justice System contact Detective Scott Camilleri at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-318-3414.
The Concord-Carlisle High School Parents Association cordially invites you to attend an exciting evening with Julie Lythcott-Haims on Wednesday March 16th 7:00 at the new CCHS auditorium. Julie is the former freshmen Dean at Stanford and author of “How to Raise an Adult: Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success”. Julie will share her insight into the ways in which overparenting impacts children, parents, and society at large, while providing practical strategies for those who wish to ensure that the next generation can take charge of their own lives with competence and confidence. Julie has an amazing message that is relevant to parents, educators, and care-givers of toddlers through twenty-somethings, and we encourage everyone to attend! Although this event is FREE and open to all, Advance Registration is required as we expect demand to be very high. Please register here: http://bit.ly/cchspa-JLH Any questions or problems, please email email@example.com.
The Carlisle Trails Committee will hold its next meeting on Friday, February 5, at 7:30 pm, in the Town Hall.
Sound Technician Needed! The Concord Players are looking for a techie to run sound for their winter production of Proof, which runs weekends 2/12-2/27. Anyone interested should contact Paula McNab firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t Miss Your Chance to Compete in CC at Play’s Amazing Race. Sign-up Today! CC at Play’s 2016 Amazing Race and Rockin’ After Party will take place Saturday, April 2nd. Recruit your team of two or three to compete in this super fun, scavenger hunt adventure. Race categories: Adult/18+, Youth/Grades 6-12, and Kids/Grades K-5. Tickets now on sale for the Rockin’ After Party at Waxy O’Connor’s featuring Carlisle’s very own Hip Replacements. Space is limited; so sign-up now at: www.ccatplay.org Can’t race? Come have fun behind the scenes. If interested in volunteering, email: email@example.com
Martha A. Hammer
Concord-Carlisle Regional High School
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