DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2016
BANNERS LOST – This fall the CCHS Girls and Boys Soccer programs purchased 4 large banners ($750 each) hung at the Upper Turf Fields to honor past titles and championships held. Two went missing mid-season. These are large, 10 x 15 feet and have the CC Soccer Logo’s. If anyone has information on the whereabouts or wants to anonymously turn them in, please contact the Friends of CCHS Men’s Soccer Board President, deaton22@gmail or feel free to leave on Eaton’s porch 181 Everett Street. We just want them back.
Come to Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) in Room 247 Wednesdays 2:30-3:30 to learn about…well business. This week’s activity will be the Prisoner’s Dilemma. All are welcome! Email David Jiang email@example.com for more information.
UNICEF Club is hosting special guest speaker David Campbell of the nonprofit organization All Hands Volunteer an organization dedicated to rebuilding areas around the world devastated by natural disaster. All are welcome! Thursday, December 1 Room 348. Email David Jiang firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. https://www.hands.org/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_N._Campbell
Please Support the Red Cross Club with their “Gift Wrapping Relief Fundraiser” to help people in need of food and shelter. There will be a collection box in the main lobby at CCHS for rolls of wrapping paper, bows, and ribbon. Your donation is greatly appreciated. We will use these supplies the last two weekends of December when the Red Cross Club will be gift wrapping at the Burlington mall at the mall entrance of SEARS. Thank you!
ATTENTION ALL SENIORS: If you have a college deadline of January 1, the transcript request form is DUE NO LATER THAN Thursday, December 1. Please pass all transcript requests into Mrs. Tessari’s office, Room 250.
CC weather services is excited to announce our balloon launch! The balloon will be sent up with weather instruments, student designed experiments, a mascot, and tokens for a CCHS fundraiser for Hurricane Matthew Haiti relief. It will go up 100,000 feet and be above 99% of our atmosphere! Come watch our tethered launch in person at the CCHS upper turf on on Tuesday, November 29. Or follow our launch at: https://tracking.stratostar.net/mission/0106
The Concord Free Public Library has two programs that need student community service volunteers: Thursday, December 8 from 2:30- 4 pm at the Fowler Library to assemble graham cracker houses in preparation for a workshop. Saturday, December 10 at Fowler Library at 1 pm to set up the decorations for the gingerbread house-decorating workshop. Interested? Contact Karen Ahearn at (978) 318-3358 or email@example.com
Attention CCHS Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors – Concord-Carlisle Community Connections, a program designed to pair CCHS students with active and retired Concord and Carlisle residents in a variety of career disciplines for a career-mentoring program, is back for its fourth year! This program is offered during the second semester, students will get together with a mentor to discuss what it is like to run a business or be employed in a certain profession. A few of the career choices that were represented in the last couple of years were: law, real estate, engineering, architecture, finance, property management, and commercial banking, among many others. Please see the application (www.cchs-connections.org/apply) to see all the fields represented. To learn more about the program or apply, please visit our website: www.cchs-connections.org. If you have any further questions, please contact Mr. Wells (firstname.lastname@example.org) or stop by his office (Room 209 in the Student Support area).
Screenagers: Growing Up in a Digital Age Wednesday, November 30 at 7pm – CCHS Auditorium Are you scrolling through life, with rapid-fire thumbs and a six-second attention span? Come see SCREENAGERS: Growing Up in the Digital Age, a documentary about one of the biggest personal and parenting issues of our time. Watch the movie trailer here. Both parents and students (middle school age and older) are encouraged to attend. ADVANCE Registration is required and tickets are $5. Act quickly – tickets are selling quickly, and the first showing sold out! Order Screenagers tickets here. Questions? Sally Quinn Reed, Center for Parents and Teachers or Sandy Freund, CMS PTG. The Center for Parents and Teachers, Healthy Concord, Concord Carlisle Youth Services and the CMS PTG invite community members to this very special film.
Concord Museum Holiday House Tour Needs Volunteers The 2016 Concord Museum Holiday House Tour is right around the corner! This year’s tour takes place on Saturday, December 3. We are recruiting volunteer docents to greet and monitor visitors in an assigned room of one of the homes to ensure that the home is not disturbed and that guests feel welcome. You can volunteer for more than one shift. It’s also a fun — and easy — community service opportunity that parents can do with their children (ages 15 and older). Plus, volunteers get a reduced ticket price! This year’s Tour features seven homes. We need volunteers in each house as Shift Captains to cover two shifts each, plus, each home needs three additional volunteers to cover each of three time slots. For more information, and to sign up, please go to: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0C4AA9AB2CA5F49-20161
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