Poet Martín Espada will give a reading of his work on Thursday, December 8 during F block (12:15-1pm) in the Auditorium.  All are welcome!  The event is made possible by the Concord Ed. Fund and Twice-Told Tales. Please contact Mr. Rivera and Mr. Spence for more information.

ATTENTION ALL SENIORS:  If you have a college deadline for January 15, the transcript request form is DUE NO LATER THAN December 15.  Please pass in all transcript requests to Mrs. Tessari, Registrar, Room 250.

Friday, December 9, at 7 pm, the CCHS Alpine Ski program will host a screening of Warren Miller’s 67th film, Here, There, and Everywhere, in the CCHS auditorium.  Tickets can also be purchased for $15 here: Click Here or from any ski team member, or $20 at the door.Ticket sales will directly go to the Youth Enrichment Services (YES) Foundation of Boston. The YES Foundation provides urban youth the chance to participate in outdoor activities such as skiing; the Ski Team’s goal is to raise enough money so that an entire bus of students will have the opportunity to ski.  In addition, all attendees will be given a free pass to Sugarbush Mountain in Warren, VT!

Holiday shopping made easy!  Show your CCHS Spirit this holiday with flannel pants, sweats, spirit shirts and tees.  You can view the collection at Click Here and buy online at Spiritwear.  Orders will be available for pick-up or delivery.  Order today!

The Concord Free Public Library will be hosting a weekly Girls Who Code Club for girls in grades 6-12 beginning on January 11, 2017.  The club will meet on Wednesdays from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at the Main Library, Concord, MA.  In preparation for the January launch, club instructors will be holding an information session next Wednesday, December 14 at 5:00 p.m. at the Fowler Branch Library, Concord, MA.  All interested girls are encouraged to attend.Started in 2012 with the single mission to close the gender gap in technology, Girls Who Code is a national program designed to inspire, educate, and prepare girls with computing and problem solving skills to pursue 21st Century opportunities.  For more information go to http://www.girlswhocode.com


Student Health 101: The December issue of CCHS Student Health 101 is now available – check it out and enter this month’s drawing for $100: http://concordcarlisle.getsh101.com Topics include:  Savor the season: 10 ways to feel good about your holiday eats, High school vs. college: What’s different and why you’ll love it, Dealing with depression: Student stories, expert strategies, Take a nap or push on through? and…Vote in this week’s poll: Hot chocolate or hot cider?  And much more…

Guidance & Counseling Department December Newsletter CLICK HERE

Class of 2018 – All Juniors (students only) are scheduled to meet with their counselors all this week for the initial post-secondary planning process.  A letter was mailed home this past week with the meeting time. Can’t find the letter CLICK HERE If you need to reschedule, please contact amachaffie@concordcarlisle.org, or come see Mrs. MacHaffie, Guidance Secretary, in the Student Services Suite.

Hello Actors!!  Auditions for the 2017 CCHS Competitive One Act Play will be held December 13 and 14 with call backs on the 15th. We are looking to stage “The Company of Wolves” an unique and dark retelling of Little Red Riding Hood. If you google it and find a movie from the 80’s it’s not the same thing. Audition info is available on our website at www.concordcarlisletheatercompany.org Please fill out an audition form for Ms. Dwyer prior to auditioning! Don’t hesitate to email with any questions!!! Looking forward to working with you! 

Please Support the Red Cross Club with their “Gift Wrapping Relief Fundraiser” to help people in need of food and shelter. The collection box is in the main lobby for rolls of wrapping paper, bows, and ribbon.  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.

Register today for Drivers Ed during Winter Break!  Click Here! for more information.


Join the Concord Land Conservation Trust and Sudbury Valley Trustees for some “buckthorn bagging” at Gowings Swamp on December 10 from 9:30-12.  Meet at the parking lot next to the arrival circle at the Ripley School Building at 120 Meriam Road.  Bring work gloves if you have them.   For more information Click Here

Concord and Carlisle Youth Holiday Gift Drive December 1-16 – CC Youth Services and CC Community Chest are teaming up again this year to collect donations of new, unwrapped gifts and toys for youth ages 0-16. The donated gifts will be distributed to eligible Concord, Carlisle and Metco youth and families. Items in high demand include bath and body products, board games, Boston sports team-themed merchandise, pajamas/robes/cozy socks, science kits, and action figures. Drop boxes at Concord elementary schools, Beede Center, Concord Council on Aging, Town House and select retailers. For a complete list CLICK HERE. Prefer to shop online?  Visit your local retailer’s online store to have gifts shipped to CCCC, Attn: Holiday Gift Drive, 19 Main Street, #2, Concord MA 01742. Know a family in need? Contact Bonny Wilbur, Community Services Coordinator at 978.318.3034

The Concord Conservatory of Music Free Trial Lesson Week – December 5 – 10.Lesson times range from early afternoon into the evening and Saturdays. Please ClickHere for more information, or call 978-36-0010.


Martha A. Hammer
Administrative Assistant
Concord-Carlisle Regional High School

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