DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2017
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Junior Night for the Class of 2018 Thank you for attending Junior Night on 1/5 and all the wonderful compliments. Please take a minute to fill out the feedback survey CLICK HERE We have posted PowerPoints and handouts from the program on our Guidance & Counseling website CLICK HERE
Reflection’s art contest is happening now! Our theme is food. Send us your food related art pieces! The deadline is today, January 11. Our prize is a $50 VISA gift card. We also accept general submissions for writing and art for our magazine. Any questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org OR email@example.com
The Boys Lacrosse program will have a brief informational meeting on Thursday,January 12 at 7:00 AM in the Fitness Center. Upon arriving to school all interested players should “check in”with Coach Dalicandro anytime between 7:00 and 7:30 AM. The meeting is for any player grade 9 through 12 interested in playing Boys Lacrosse this spring.
Environmental Field Studies Group Terracyle campaign for dental products: Please bring empty toothpaste tubes and dental floss boxes to CCHS Terracyle collection bins in the lobby on the 2nd floor. Help us earn double points by January 21 and donate all proceeds to Charity Water, dedicated to providing clean drinking water to people in developing countries. http://www.charitywater.org/about/ Simple acts save lives!
Become a Minecraft Mentor at the Thoreau School (for Community Service Credit!)The Thoreau School PTG is looking for 2-3 CCHS students to mentor a group of 16, 2nd through 5th graders in Minecraft on Thursday afternoons this winter. The mentors will help the students design and construct, will encourage collaboration across the group, and will receive 8-9 hours of community service credit. Anyone interested should contact Shawn Mulford, firstname.lastname@example.org, by this Friday, January 13. Time: 3:30-4:30Dates: 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 3/23, 3/30
Friday, January 27, there is a mandatory meeting for all boys interested in playing tennis for the CCHS boys’ teams in 2017. The meeting will run from 2:45-3:30pm in room 332. Please review the Meeting Agenda.
Parent Volunteers Wanted! The Winter Semi Formal is all-school social event, being held in the cafeteria on Saturday, January 28, 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm. Please help support the student government by chaperoning or making a donation of food, beverages and/or a gift cards for the dance raffle. Please sign up here.
Calling chess players of ALL ages! The Concord-Carlisle Chess Club starts again on Sunday, January 22 from 2-5 pm at the Harvey Wheeler Community Center. Join us to learn to improve your game and practice playing! Contact Concord-Carlisle Adult & Community Education at www.ace.colonial.net or call 978-318-1432.
VINCENZO’S On Tuesday, January 24 from 5pm-9pm, Vincenzo’s Restaurant of West Concord is donating a portion of its proceeds for the CCHS Interact Club to donate teddy bears to the Concord and Carlisle Police and Fire Departments for displaced children. Please have a nice night out for a good cause and come eat at Vincenzo’s! With any questions, please contact Daria Pietropaolo at email@example.com.
We are looking for 4 student and 4 parent volunteers to join a faculty working group! For the past two summers the faculty and staff have been enjoying a shared summer reading experience. Based on this, we want to open this activity up to the CCHS community with a “twist” on summer reading. Instead of a list of books, we are proposing a question-based format for consideration over the summer. Newton North High School has had a very good experience with this approach, and last year chose this as their community question: “Why do people put themselves in other people’s shoes, and what can we learn from that?” You can see the resource list generated by their community question here. Interested students and members of the parent community can email Robin Cicchetti (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. Please mention your graduating class year, as well as potential ideas for our community question.
Apply for the prestigious Spring Ruettgers Seminar! Ceramics: History, Science, and Art Learn about the history of Ceramics and some of the scientific principles behind it through hands-on work with clay and glaze in addition to lectures and class discussions. Class begins in February 2017 and will meet once a week for twelve sessions. Participants will receive 2.5 credits for participation. To apply and for more information, see Mr. Lindner or visit https://www.concordcarlisle.org/jlindner/
After School Music Instruction with IMSCC Calling all musicians! Sign up now for music lessons – new session starts this month! Students work one on one with expert musician/teachers. Choose from weekly 30-, 45- or 60-minute lessons conveniently located at CCHS, Sanborn and the Carlisle School. Instruction is available for all band and orchestra instruments, voice, guitar, bass guitar, drums and piano. Visit www.ace.colonial.net/IMSCC for more information or to register today. Questions? Contact Debbie Levine at email@example.com or call 978-341-2490 x7124. The Instrumental Music School of Carlisle and Concord is part of the Community Education department of the Concord-Carlisle schools.
The Concord Carlisle Human Rights Council invites you to the 24th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 7pm at the Fenn School. Performers include the Fenn Treble Choir, the Willard 5th Grade Chorus, the Boston Children’s Choir, Boston’s Joyful Voices of Inspiration Choir, and Lisa Lee, Boston Artist of the written and spoken word. It will be an inspiring evening. This is a free event, but donations are appreciated.
CCHS Study Night Friday, January 13, 3-9 pm The Gleason Public Library is staying open late on Friday, Jan 13, until 9 pm for CCHS students to study, write papers, and prepare for midterm tests and assignments. We’ll also have a study break area for when you need to step back for a few minutes, and plenty of nourishment to get you through the evening. For more information, contact Tahleen, the Teen Services Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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, 129 Main Street, Concord, MA. A few spaces are still available. Interested students should contact Library Director Kerry Cronin at email@example.com register. For more information about Girls Who Code see http://www.girlswhocode.com
Basic Rights in Special Education (Free Workshop) | Thursday, January 26 | 7-9pm Workshop/Q&A, Parent Mingle 6:30pm. CCHS Learning Commons, Presenter Seetha Burtner. Presented by the Federation for Children with Special Needs, the workshop will provide a basic understanding of the complex special education laws and procedures. It is designed to help parents learn how to be effective partners with their child’s school – and to plan, make decisions and monitor their child’s progress in school. Learn your rights and responsibilities under Massachusetts Education Law. Hosted by the Concord Carlisle Regional SEPAC. For planning purposes an RSVP is appreciated but not required: https://www. eventbrite.com/e/basic-rights- workshop-tickets-30853873767
The Concord Conservatory of Music presents an entertaining, friendly and a great way to learn an easy, travel friendly instrument, the Ukulele. The Ukulele Crash Course on Thursday nights at 7:00 pm is for teens and adults. For those who have already mastered the basics of the ukulele, the CCM Ukulele Club (Tuesdays at 7:00 pm) works on expanding their skills. CCM group lessons for the spring semester begins on Tuesday, January 17th.
Attached is a press release regarding the CCM Ukulele classes. Thank you in advance for sharing with your students and their families. For information on these offerings, please call 978-369-0010, visit our website at www.Concordconservatory.org or email info@ConcordConservatory.org.
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