DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2016
Principal’s Blog: Important Message to Students, Football Game, Student Newspaper & More
Are you interested in becoming an innovative business leader? Want to learn how to manage, plan, and execute like a true businessperson? Love travelling, competing, and meeting new people from all across the country? Then, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is just the thing for you! FBLA is the premier student business organization in the world, helping over 230,000 (and counting) members to prepare for all careers and aspects of business, everything from accounting, healthcare, investments, banking, stocks, global business, technological advancement, and more! Where: Room 247 When: Wednesdays, 2:30-3:30 pm Any Questions? Contact: David Jiang: email@example.com
College Mini-Fairs This Week! Representatives from the following colleges and career options will be available on Thursday, October 6, 2016 from 11:00-12:45 in the CCHS Lobby. Alfred Univ.; American Univ.; College of Charleston; Elon Univ.; Goucher College; Guilford College; Harvey Mudd College; Lewis & Clark College; Ohio Wesleyan Univ.; Pomona College; Quinnipiac Univ.; Regis College; Roger Williams College; Springfield College; Union College; University of Delaware; Univ. of Illinois; Univ. of Vermont; Ursinus College; Wesleyan Univ. All students are welcome! Complete list of colleges coming to CCHS this fall: Click Here
Cap and Gown fitting/purchasing by Herff Jones TODAY, October 4 in the Dining Commons, 10:40 a.m. -1:09 p.m. or order online Click Here
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 Monday, October 3 (sorry, no extensions). For more information, and application materials, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
An Evening with the Candidates for State Representative As part of the CCHS Parents Association meeting TONIGHT, October 4 at 7pm, the CCHS PA will host a forum for the three candidates for 14th Middlesex District State Representative. Incumbent Representative Cory Atkins, challengers Helen Brady (Republican) and Danny Factor (Green-Rainbow Party) will participate in an open forum to address voter questions and concerns. The meeting will take place at CCHS Learning Commons. The State Representative election is contested this year, please join us for this exciting event.
Model UN: Want to talk about what’s going on the world? Come to Model UN every Wednesday from 2:15 – 3:15 in Room 340 to discuss current international events. Upcoming topics include the election of a new UN Secretary General, the refugee crisis, nuclear proliferation, and the future of the EU. All are welcome! See Ms. Fischer or email Eleanor Mathias (email@example.com) for more information.
Junior Parent Night On Wednesday, October 5, 2016 from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. in the CCHS Auditorium, a meeting will be held for junior parents/guardians, which will focus on what families should be doing about post secondary plans during the junior year. Topics discussed will include the timeline for the admissions process, sources of information, issues of student stress, and the role of parents in the process. PLEASE NOTE: This meeting is designed primarily for parents; however, juniors are also welcome to attend. Juniors will be having PSP meetings with their counselors throughout the year CLICK HERE for all News for the Class of 2018 from Guidance
ATTENTION ALL SENIORS If you have a college deadline for November 1, the Transcript Request form is DUE NO LATER THAN Friday, October 7. All transcript requests MUST be passed into Mrs. Tessari, Registrar, Room 250.
Picture retake day has changed to Friday, October 14. For more information on orderingclick here
Please join the CCHS PA for an important evening October 19 that will take an in-depth look at what is being called an epidemic and national crisis for American high schoolers: insufficient sleep. READ MORE This event is FREE but Registration is required Click Here.
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.
Calling all CCHS students to help out with the Alcott Monster Mash in a variety of capacities! Come join the Halloween spirit and help us with: Spooky nail polish painting, Face painting, Crafts table, Kids games, DJs to play hits, Dancers to teach dance moves, Fortune Telling, Photo Booth help and more. The night is a lot of fun for all! If interested please sign up via the link here: http://tinyurl.com/MonsterMashCCHS.Date: Friday October 28th, 2016 Time: 6:15pm – 8:30pm Location: Alcott Elementary School
Martha A. Hammer
Concord-Carlisle Regional High School
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