DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2016
There will be a fund-raiser Bake Sale for the Quebec trip on Wednesday, March 16 after school, in the dining commons!
Student and Parent Volunteers Needed: Please help the CCHS PA welcome our nearly 600 registered guests coming to CCHS today, March 16 to hear Julie Lythcott-Haims speak. Students are needed as Location Guides to help greet and direct guests to the Auditorium, and also as Ushers to direct guests to open seats in the Auditorium. We need 12 Students for each position, and shifts are from 5:30-7:00pm on Wednesday, March 16. Volunteer hours will be awarded for your time! Parents, we need help with Check-in and Book Sales. Sign-up at: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0445aca722a0fd0-volunteers If you have any questions, please email email@example.com. Thank you for your help and support!
Local College Fairs for CCHS students and parents: click here for updated list
Student Health 101: The March 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: The science of smart: What type of learner are you? Thumbs doing all the talking?: 5 ways to manage your messaging, Keeping it classy: How to stay above the negativity and much more…
It’s Spring! Enjoy the sun and write poetry! Then submit your poetry to the English Department’s Annual Paula Sirois Poetry Contest. Submit 2 – 3 poems to Ms. Peterson in Room 315. Put your name, YOG, and English teacher’s name on a separate sheet of paper. Fame and glory await! Submissions due Friday, March 18 at 1 pm. Questions? Ask your English teacher or Ms. Lee-DuBon.
Reflections, the school’s literary and art magazine, will soon be publishing its first print edition of the year! Please encourage your students to submit writing of all forms as general submissions. Teachers and faculty can submit as well! Submissions are due by March 18. Submissions may be sent to faculty advisor Greg Coan (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Erica Chin (email@example.com).
MARLEY DIAS BOOK DRIVE: Please join us and the Robbins House in supporting 11-year-old Marley Dias and her #1000blackgirlbooks project. Marley is collecting books about black girls to distribute to schools in the US and in her mother’s home country of Jamaica. The project began because Marley was frustrated by being forced to read almost exclusively books about “white boys with dogs” in school. The only place she could read books about children who looked like her was at home. For more information please watch this video of Marley: http://www.cc.com/video-clips/byjl3g/the-nightly-show-with-larry-wilmore-marley-dias-talks–1000blackgirlbooks Or contact us here: Nicole Azarian, firstname.lastname@example.org Lily Supovitz email@example.com Jurgens Michel firstname.lastname@example.org Books can be dropped off in the Main Office or in the Learning Commons. For book ideas, visit http://weneeddiversebooks.org/where-to-find-diverse-books/
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.
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.
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.
RYLA: The Rotary Club of Concord is actively searching for qualified candidates to attend this year’s Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Conference! To be held from June 24 through June 26, 2016 at Fitchburg State University in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, the 24rd Annual RYLA Conference will offer outstanding high school sophomores an opportunity to live, work and interact together in an atmosphere of friendly competition. It will be a program designed to challenge the participants to utilize and improve their skills and accept the responsibilities of leadership. Best of all, there is no charge to the students for the program! The Rotary Club of Concord will sponsor ten participants at this year’s conference. Anyone interested in obtaining further information should visit http://www.ryla7910.org/ Applications are available in the guidance office or from Darren M Brown, RLYA Chair for the Rotary Club of Concord, at Darren.M.Brown@comcast.net DEADLINE March 25th!
ATTENTION PARENTS –Youth Mental Health First Aid USA Training March 18, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
You may know CPR and the Heimlich maneuver. You can call 911, but can you administer first aid in a mental health crisis? Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, coaches, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis. Brought to you by CC Youth Services and CC Adult and Community Education thanks to proceeds from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Walk held in Concord 2015. This course is open to the public for a small registration fee of $10, which includes course instruction, materials and a boxed lunch. Pre-registration required. Register for course 3247 at https://ace.colonial.net/ccace/index.php
There will be a practice ACT at the Gleason Library in Carlisle on Saturday, March 19, 10:30 am. Registration is required; visit gleasonlibrary.org or contact Tahleen, Teen Services Librarian, at email@example.com with any questions.
Last Chance to Register for the Amazing Race! Recruit your team of two or three to compete in the super fun CC at Play Amazing Race on Saturday, April 2. Funds raised will support a new upper field, a lacrosse practice wall, as well as a new concession stand. Space is limited, so register today at www.ccatplay.org Can’t race? Need community service hours? Volunteer! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For youth ages 3-15 years, there are scholarship opportunities for summer camp and summer extracurricular activities for Concord and Carlisle residents. Please contact Aileen Buford, MSW, the Concord Carlisle Community Services Coordinator, for more information and eligibility requirements. 978.318.3034 or email@example.com. Application deadline April 25th.
Martha A. Hammer
Concord-Carlisle Regional High School
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