DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2016
Course Selection for Next Year: The student portal for entering classes for next year will be open through Wednesday, March 2. All students need to have their courses entered during this time.
Are you looking for a fun spring sport? Come to the Ultimate Frisbee meeting TODAY, March 1 in 419 at 2:15 to learn about our team. All students welcome and there are opportunities for all levels of commitment.
Reminder – Any student interested in playing a spring sport must register on familyid.com and have a valid physical on file in the nurse’s office prior to beginning of practices on 3/21/2016.
Make a difference in March! Time to kick off the CCHS Terracyling Spring campaign. We are collecting clean cereal bag liners and shiny energy and granola bar wrappers. Locations for the Terracycling bins are outside the MARC room 425, inside the Rivers room on the third floor, on the second floor near the learning commons, and in the cafeteria. Look for the tall yellow bins for cereal liner bags and white bins for shiny energy. Help us reach our goal and collect 1,200 cereal bag liners and 2,500 shiny energy bar wrappers, so that every student at CCHS has helped. All proceeds will go to Charitywater.org and provide clean drinking water to people in developing countries. EFSG, Priscilla Guiney, Peter Nichol and Nora Murphy
All students who plan to participate in a school spring sport must have a physical examination annually. The physical must be done and a copy of it must be on file with the health office. This needs to be done prior to participation in the sport, which includes practice and tryouts. All physical exams by Massachusetts State Law are only valid for 13 months from the date of the exam. Students who have a valid physical exam at the start of the season and the expiration date occurs during the season, become ineligible to participate on the date of expiration.
If you are planning on playing Girls Tennis this Spring, there is a meeting in the library on March 8 from 2:30-4:00. Sign up on https://www.familyid.com/programs/copy-of-ccrsd-athletics-registration-spring-2016. Everyone must bring a check to Savage (instructed on the website) ASAP.
The Thoreau Cake Walk will be on March 12 from 1-3pm. We need lots of volunteers to help with games and activities. Please go to 2volunteeronline.org to sign up!
2Volunteer announces the spring deadline for the President’s Volunteer Service Award is March 15, 2016. Go to 2Volunteeronline.org to fill out the appropriate application. Students who are 15 at time of service can earn a Teen Award, those 16 and older can earn a Young Adult Award. See further details on our website. Applicants should actively check their school email accounts in case the Committee has questions regarding hours, types of service, etc. Thank you!
Community Education is offering the following courses:
Understanding the New SAT on TODAY, March 1, 7-8:30 PM at CCHS.
As if the landscape of college admissions was not overwhelming enough, the SAT and PSAT are about to undergo a dramatic overhaul March 2016). By addressing the new question types, the new scoring system, and the new and existing alternatives to the SAT, this class will provide families with the information that they need to make wise decisions as they approach the testing and admissions process.
A six session class, Preparation for the ACT exam (April 9) begins on Wednesday, March 2 for six Wednesdays, 6-9 PM at CCHS The Summit class prepares students for the ACT. It consists of 12 hours of instruction, plus a diagnostic test to assess strengths and weaknesses and a second practice test to assess progress. The program is staffed with expert instructors: math and critical reading/writing specialists certified by Summit to tutor the ACT.
To register please call 978-318-1432 or sign up on line ace.colonial.net
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 Over parenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success”. Julie will share her insight into the ways in which over parenting 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-something’s, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Martha A. Hammer
Concord-Carlisle Regional High School
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