DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 2016
The Concord Police and MBTA Police have received reports of students walking the train tracks from CCHS to the Sudbury Road Depot area. Please note this is extremely dangerous and illegal. The Concord Police will be patrolling the train tracks and violators may face criminal prosecution.
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Borrowed Laptops due by TODAY, June 17 at 2:10 p.m If your student is borrowing a laptop from CCHS, they need to return their laptop, protective case, and charger by Friday, June 17 at 2:10 p.m. Students can return their equipment in one of their final exam classrooms or the Learning Commons. They will need to fill out a short form to accompany the laptop.
All juniors please pick up a copy of your Senior Wellness Contract in the Health & Fitness office, Room 106.
News from the Health Office The Health Office will be accepting student physicals throughout the summer. Avoid the beginning of the school year “paper rush” and send your student’s physical anytime over the summer. Thank you and have a happy, safe summer. Lisa Koski, RN, BSN, firstname.lastname@example.org; Kari-Ann DeCapua, RN, BSN email@example.com
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL Monday, June 20 is a full day of school – all students are expected to attend. Teaching and learning takes place every day of the school year at CCHS, and on Monday, teachers will be debriefing the year, returning exams and collecting materials. Come next Tuesday, I hope everyone has an enjoyable summer!
Student Health 101: The June 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: 25 things college students wish they’d known sooner, What’s the first thing you do when you wake up? Share in this week’s poll!, The new smoking scene: What does it mean for you?, Get creative: Lose yourself to find yourself, Want to get involved with Student Health 101? Find out how…
Reminder to all Students: In order to avoid credit reduction in Quarter 4, please review your attendance in the student portal and take care of any unexcused absences before the last day of school. Please see Mrs. Merry in the main office with any attendance questions.
CCHS Driver Education – A 15 session Driver Education course begins on Tuesday, July 5 and meets Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6-8 PM at CCHS. We recommend that students enroll by Friday, June 17. To register call the office at 978-318-1432 or enroll online, ace.colonial.net.
CCHS Driver Education Parent Class June 20 For parents of current and future driver education program students, the next class meets Monday, June 20, 7-9 pm, at CCHS. No charge for CCHS Driver Education parents, $20 fee for those enrolled in private driver ed programs elsewhere. RMV-required program. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org the Community Education office in the Dining Commons.
All books and materials are now due back to the Learning Commons. Please return all books as soon as possible. If you have any questions or concerns, please check in with a librarian!
Last Chance to Send a Quick Thanks! The Concord Education Fund (CEF) Teacher Appreciation Appeal lets you make a donation on behalf of an extra-special CPS staff member who will receive a personalized note conveying your appreciation and your generosity. Make your donation by Friday June 17 to be sure teachers receive your note by the last day of school. Show your appreciation to someone who has made a positive impact on your child’s education by clicking here: http://concordedfund.org/teacher-appreciation/. And thank you for supporting teachers who are committed to offering Concord-Carlisle students an extraordinary educational experience.
VHS Summer Program: Interested in learning more about a topic that you either haven’t had time to take or perhaps you want to learn more about? Consider taking a Virtual High School Summer Course! Courses begin on June 22 and July 25, and run for either 4 or 8 weeks. Some sample offerings: Mission to the ISS, An Introduction to Neuroscience, and CAD design. Visit the VHS website (thevirtualhighschool.org/summer) to see a full list of summer offerings. If you are interested, please see Laurelle Mathison in the guidance office as soon as possible so you don’t miss out on this opportunity.
Summer Internship Opportunity: The Town of Concord is currently seeking a paid summer intern to work in with our Social Services Division and the Department of Planning and Land Management. Applications will be accepted until June 20 at noon, but will continue to be accepted until a candidate has been selected. This position is funded through a grant from the Massport Community Summer Jobs Program, which requires that applicants be residents of Concord, Lexington, Lincoln, Bedford, Charlestown, Chelsea, East Boston, South Boston, Revere or Winthrop. Applicants must also be students currently enrolled in a high school, college or university. Visit http://www.concordma.gov/pages/ConcordMA_HR/employment_opp for more information.
As part of RiverFest 2016, the Carlisle Trails Committee will be leading a walk on Saturday, June 18, starting at 1:30 pm. Meet in the Foss Farm parking lot on Route 225. We will follow the River Trail to Greenough Pond, returning an alternate route. A shorter walk will be offered if there is interest. Please note that dogs are excluded from the Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. Sunscreen, drinking water and bug spray are recommended. Refreshments will be offered at the end of the two-hour walk. Questions, contact Steve Tobin at email@example.com.
Artists and Craftsman from Carlisle are encouraged to bring their creations to the show. See carlisleohd.org for details. Two volunteers needed for Friday night, June 24, installation from 4-7. These individuals should be willing to hang art, move tables,etc. Email Suelueb@comcast.net. Pianists of all levels invited to play at the show June 25th from 10-12. Email Suelueb@comcast.net.
CC Youth & Community Services has over 70 K-8 children signed up to receive a back to school backpack and school supplies for the 2016-17 school year. If you or a group would like to assist with donating a backpack, please use a drop-box location listed below or contact CC Youth Services Coordinator, Jennifer Clarke (978.318.3043 or firstname.lastname@example.org). Donated backpacks must be new/unused. Donations of pencils, glue sticks, rulers, pencil case, pens, pencil sharpener, loose-leaf paper, folders, and notebooks also welcome. Drop-box locations in Concord: Harvey Wheeler Community Center until July 15 (1276 Main Street) and the Thoreau, Alcott and Willard Elementary School lobbies until June 17th.
Students in grades 6-12 are invited to a free Solar Science Camp being offered at the Concord Consortium (near Concord Center) on July 18-22 from 1-5pm. For more information email BSI@concord.org
Martha A. Hammer
Concord-Carlisle Regional High School
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