DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2016
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FRIDAY! Pink Dance in the Pink Nightclub & Café 8:00-10:30pm Tickets $10 now or $15 @ door. Great raffle prizes $1/tix. Bring Student ID. Wear pink! Buy Tickets Here
There will be a bus Friday night to Boston from CCHS after the Pink Dance. It will depart CC at 10:40 from the cafeteria entrance to Franklin Park.
Pink Dance Volunteers Needed! Kick Cancer! Think Pink!
http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0445aca722a0fd0-pink We hope you can help!
Community Service Opportunity: Earn community service hours in the Teen Buddies Program! We need you to be a mentor and be a friend a younger child. Teen Buddies meets twice a month, on Wednesdays from October – May at Alcott School. In order to apply, you must attend an INFO meeting on Tuesday, September 27th at 2:20 PM in the Learning Commons Library. Email email@example.com with questions
Calling all wildlife lovers! Dr. Bryan Windmiller of Grassroots Conservation organization will bring 4 baby Blanding’s Turtles to EFSG, (Environmental Field Studies group) to begin their head start at CCHS this year. Come meet the little ones, learn more about the head start program, and help name the turtles too. Join us in room 436 this today 9/23 from 2:15- 3:30.
An informational meeting about the senior internship program with the program coordinator, Peter Bagley of Babson College, will be held on Wednesday, September 28th at 7pm in the CCHS Learning Commons. More information about the program can be found here. If you are interested in signing up for the program, fill out this form.
Interested in Biodiversity, Biostatistics and Mayan Culture??? Come hear about this opportunity to do field work in Quintana Roo, Mexico with Ms. Kiesselbach, Ms. Haupt and Dan Bisaccio of Brown University over February Break (when the weather is dry and beautiful!) Dan will be joining us for an information session for interested students and parents Thursday, Sept 29 7pm room 418 Click here for more info.
Juniors and Sophomores – Registration for the PSATs is now available. We are using a new registration service this year, Total Registration, which can be found at this link PSAT registration fee will be $35. Please follow the directions online for payment information and do not send payments to the school. Please keep in mind that, should you qualify for them, any testing accommodations need to be applied for with Mr. Rudmann in the Guidance Office. Should you fail to apply with Mr. Rudmann you will not be receiving any testing accommodations at the time of the exam. Registration will close at 10/07/16 at 7:00 PM. Please put these dates on your calendars. If you have any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you want to take advantage of an amazing opportunity to live and study for one month in Hokkaido, Japan? Apply for the 2017 William Wheeler Exchange! Each year, one student from Nanae High School will come to live in Concord, Carlisle or Boston and attend classes at CCHS for the month of September. In turn, one CCHS student will travel to Nanae in July (which is still part of the Japanese school year) to live and study there for a month. We are now accepting applications for that CCHS student, and will be doing so until October 3 (sorry, no extensions). For more information, and application materials, please email email@example.com
2Volunteer announces that the fall deadline for the Presidential Service Awards is September 30, 2016. Students who qualify for an award will receive notification to their school email address by October 15th and receive the actual award at Class Act Award Night in the spring.For information about the Awards, including what qualifies as eligible service, please go to our website 2volunteeronline.org.
Senior portraits and baby/youth pictures are due Oct 28th! If you are experiencing a financial hardship and purchasing senior portraits or a yearbook is difficult, please contact Ms. Wozniak Also Oct 28th is the last day to order a yearbook for $75!! After this, the price increases to $85. Check the Yearbook webpage – https://sites.google.com/site/mswozniakshistorysite/yearbook – for more information or the attached flyers
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Yearbook Info For Senior Portraits & Baby Pictures
Apply for the prestigious Fall Ruettgers Seminar! Exploring Latin America through Cooking and Culture (2.5 Course Credits) Hands-on cooking of amazing food from different countries of Latin America. Enjoy a variety of Latin music, history and geography, and dancing! Submit a one-page written or visual statement about your interest in Latin American culture to Sra. Cahill or Dr. Loprete. Deadline: 7:30 a.m. September 30, 2016. No late submissions will be considered.
Concord Conservatory of Music Kicks off Concert Series How Do We Listen to Music?: Harmony The Concord Conservatory of Music kicks off its concert season on today, September 23 at 7:00 pm with the first of a three-part Concert & Lecture Series. The series of performances explores the different components that make up music and how they influence our listening and enjoyment. When listening to a new piece of music, many people naturally gravitate towards the melody: is it singable? Is it catchy? However, for many composers—for example, Beethoven or Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Luther Adams—the role of melody is relegated to the background, and harmony becomes the primary tool for expression. CCM faculty will be joined by guest marimba player, Matt Sharrock, as they present the role of harmony in music with works for piano, organ, and marimba. Music will be performed by the composers J.S. Bach, Beethoven, Muhly, Mackey, and Adams. Tickets are available at the door for $20 for adults, students under 18 years old for $5. To buy tickets online go to http://concordconservatory.org/ and for more information, call 978-369-0010, or email info@ConcordConservatory.org. The Concord Conservatory of Music is located in the West Concord Union Church at 1317 Main Street in Concord.
Concord’s Own Butler Frogs Performs for Concord Youth Theatre Benefit If you love The Butler Frogs, you won’t want to miss this special private concert on Saturday, September 24 at the Concord Rod and Gun Club to benefit Concord Youth Theatre. Doors open at 7:30pm and the show starts at 8pm. Light snacks and refreshments will be available. All profits from the evening go to support educational theater performance and instruction at CYT. Come dance the night away and support one of this area’s most prized youth theater programs.
The Concord Lions Club is looking for volunteers to help with setup, car registration, parking control, and other activities during the Third Annual Classic Car Show on
Sunday, October 2, 2016 in the parking lot of CareOne (57 ORNAC, directly across from Emerson Hospital). Volunteers are needed 7:30 am to 2:00 pm, with particular need during the morning. Volunteers should specify hours that they are available when applying. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Carlisle has the third largest carbon footprint in the state and falls within the 20 least sustainable towns in the USA. On 29th September at 7pm at the Gleason Library, Carlisle there will be a discussion on the ways individuals can reduce carbon usage, and what we, as a community, can do to become more sustainable, as well as reduce our own energy bills. Transportation is one of our main problems and Janne Corneil will present efforts by the City of Somerville and Audi to plan for a future with autonomous vehicles, car sharing and on demand services and will discuss future opportunities and challenges for suburban towns. For more details see Green Carlisle MA Facebook page.