DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2016
Please see the schedule this week – Click here – Bell and Class Schedule for this week 5/23/16-5/27/16
DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2016
If you were unable to attend the Awards Ceremony and Class Act, please pick up your award in the Main Office.
Seniors, if you have signed up for the Canobie Lake Park trip on Friday, June 3, please know that the buses will meet at the front of the school at 9:00am. Do not be late; we will not wait for missing students.
Seniors! Sign up for the Prifti Day of Service now! The Prifti Day of Service is an event that lets students make a meaningful impact in their community through a variety of projects. Students will meet at 9:30 am in the front of the school on Friday, May 27 and join your group. Students can sign up and choose a project at http://goo.gl/forms/YeZCWHIaIz, but act quickly because certain events have limited spots. Once the spots are full, the option will no longer be accessible on the form. This is a mandatory event, but what better way to celebrate the last day of your senior year?!
Do your perennials need splitting? Support Concord Carlisle High School’s Upcoming Monarch Waystation for Prifti Day of Service! Donations of seeds, plants, and compost/mulch, would be greatly appreciated by May 26 and can be dropped off in the front and back entrance doorways of the high school. Contact Tara Kielty at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
CCHS Varsity Cheerleading tryouts will be held Wednesday June 1 in the high school gymnasium, 3-6 pm. All students with gymnastic, dance or cheer background are urged to tryout. Tryout attire is black shorts and a white shirt, hair pulled back. For more information please contact Coach Sullivan at email@example.com
Local college fairs (Updated) are taking place this spring and we wanted you to be aware of them. CCHS students and parents are welcome at these fairs. ***Please Click Here for List***
Urgent need for volunteers for the Concord Museum 2016 Garden Tour Friday, June 3 and Saturday, June 4! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://2volunteeronline.org/
Honoring Mr. Bob Lemaire Long time Thoreau Elementary teacher Bob Lemaire is leaving his full time classroom position at the end of this school year. The Thoreau PTG is collecting letters to Mr. Lemaire from former students and families to honor his near 50 years of dedication to the Thoreau School. Please send emails, letters or draw a picture that highlights the theme “What Mr. Lemaire Taught Me.” Favorite memories and/or photographs are also welcome. Send emails to email@example.com or mail to Thoreau School PTG, 29 Prairie St., Concord, MA 01742. Items can also be dropped off at the Thoreau School main office. All items due by Friday June 10.
The CCHS School Advisory Council has two parent representative positions open beginning at the start of the 2016-2017 school year. If you would like to volunteer for this role, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. In the event that there are more than two people interested, an election, conducted by the CCHS Parents Association and open to all CCHS families, will be held to select the two representatives.
The CCHS SAC is composed of four teachers, five parents, two students, one member of the school support staff, one member of the community-at-large and the Principal. Council members serve two-year terms and act in an advisory capacity to assist the school Principal in adopting educational goals for the school, identifying the educational needs of students attending the school, reviewing the annual school budget and formulating a school improvement plan. Meetings, which are open to the public, are held once a month in the main office conference room. The dates of meetings are published in the monthly CCHS newsletter which is posted on the Concord-Carlisle High School website. Periodic reports from the Council, as well as information about annual elections are also published in the CCHS newsletter.
Financial Reality Forum May 24: Rotary Club of Concord in partnership with Concord Free Public Library and CC Youth Services invites all CCHS students to “Financial Reality Forum” (formerly known as the Reality Fair) on 5/24/16, 4-5 pm, Fowler Library. The Financial Reality Forum is an interactive way to teach teens about financial management and the financial choices students need to make after high school. Come for the door prizes and pizza too! Questions? Contact Boris.Nikitin@salemfive.com.
The SATs, the ACTs, and the Changing Landscape of Admissions Testing Thursday, May 26, 7 pm @ the Gleason Public Library, Carlisle. As if the landscape of college admissions was not overwhelming enough, the SAT and PSAT have undergone a dramatic overhaul. 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. Attendees will receive a variety of materials relating to the new test, including sample questions from the new test as well as sample sections of alternatives, such as the ACT. Registration required.
The 8th Annual Adrian Martinez Classic will take place on Thursday, June 2 at 4:30 pm on the Track at Emerson Field in Concord, MA. The event is both an elite meet featuring Olympians and Olympic hopefuls, and an evening of mile races for all ages and abilities. All proceeds support the Adrian A. Martinez Scholarship Fund and the CCHS Track & Field and Cross-Country programs. There are mile races for every age division from 8-under to 60+. There is even a first-timers mile for those who have never raced a mile on the track. In this, an Olympic year, the fastest milers in the nations will be coming to Concord! Register at http://www.martinezclassic.com, run a mile to support a good cause, and stay to watch some great racing!
Milldam Nursery School will be hosting the 11th Annual Ducky Race & Fair on Saturday, June 11, 2016 at Emerson Playground. We are looking for CCHS students to volunteer for three hours of community service, 9:15 am – 12:15 pm. The event features the “Lucky Duck” raffle, a petting zoo, train rides, face painting and more. Proceeds support Milldam Nursery School enrichment and need-based scholarship programs. Please contact Mary Ellen Harney, email@example.com, 917.566.0173
Class of 2017 – want to get a head start on your college applications before the fall? Register for Get It Done: The College Application Camp at The Fenn School. August 15-18, 1-4 pm or 5-8 pm. For more information or to register, go to www.fenn.org/getitdone
Martha A. Hammer
Concord-Carlisle Regional High School
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