DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2017
Don’t forget – The School Store is open Monday – Thursday afternoons from 2:11 to 3:00. Located outside of Room 201.
On Monday February 13, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, at Bedford High School, NAMI Central Middlesex will offer a panel presentation entitled “Mental Health Stability in College”. Panelists will be a former student sharing her personal college story and administrators from three-area colleges – Boston University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and Middlesex Community College. The event is free and open to high school and college age families in Middlesex County and surrounding areas. It is co-sponsored by Bedford High School. No registration required.
Please support the Red Cross Club with their “Troop Care Supply Drive.” Your donations will help the Hanscom AFB troops that are overseas. The donation box can be found in the main lobby. Your donations are greatly appreciated. Thank you. Some of the supplies needed:(Tissues, Athletic Socks, Deodorant, Sunscreen, Baby Wipes, Hand Sanitizer, Playing Cards, Air Fresheners, Chapstick, Stationary, Magazines, Paperback Books, Beef Jerky, Trail Mix, Protein Bars, Gum, Baked Goods, Instant Oatmeal, Sunflower Seeds, Hard Candy, Unpopped Popcorn, Coffee, (Keurig Cups), Hot Chocolate, Tea, Canned Fruit)
The February Parents Association meeting will be Monday, February 13 at 7pm at CCHS in the Auditorium, Room 262. All are welcome.
JUNIORS, Class of 2018, course selection meetings with your counselors begin February 6th. A letter was mailed to your home with the appointment time. Can’t find it? CLICK HERE
Student training for the Anti-Defamation League’s World of Difference Institute will be Friday, February 10 at the Ripley Building, 120 Meriam Road, from 8:00 – 2:00 p.m. Student leaders can take the bus from CCHS at 7:45 – meet in the main lobby – or they can come directly to Ripley. Please arrive by 7:45. Pizza lunch will be served, please bring snacks and water. Bus transportation back to CCHS is available in time for dismissal and after school activities.
NEW Scholarships for the Class of 2017 CLICK HERE
Course Selection 2017-2018 Info: We have begun the process of course selections for next year! Parents should read the following information CLICK HERE.
As we have done for several years, we will be running a list of the kids who are signing their National Letters of Intent. We are asking that you let us know if any student-athletes will be signing National Letters of Intent. Please feel free to send the information to the attention of firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to send photos, we will do our best to put them on our website.
Friday, February 10 there will be a Red Cross blood drive between 8:30 and 1:30 in the Maroon Gym! Faculty and students over the age of 16 are eligible to give blood, and their donation would be greatly appreciated. Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are preferred. If interested please email Eleanor Mathias at email@example.com Sign-ups will be happening everyday between today, February 1 through February 9 during lunch blocks in the cafeteria, people can also request an appointment by email. STUDENTS MAY NOT BE EXCUSED FROM CLASSES TO GIVE BLOOD!
CONCORD-CARLISLE HIGH SCHOOL BAND AND ORCHESTRA PROUDLY PRESENTS:
PRISM 2017 Saturday, February 11 @ 7pm CCHS Auditorium The Concord-Carlisle High School Bands and Orchestra will present their annual PRISM Concert on Saturday, February 11 at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium at Concord-Carlisle High School. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students (K-12) and seniors. Tickets (reserved seating) are available at www.ticketstage.com (Search for Concord-Carlisle HS and Prism Concert 2017). Additional tickets may be available at the door but you should order online for the best options! “PRISM” is a non-stop musical kaleidoscope, showcasing the talented student musicians of the Concord-Carlisle High School Bands and Orchestra. A variety of musical styles and ensembles will be presented throughout the performing space, creating an interactive experience for the audience. This is an annual event to help support the Alfred W. Dentino Excellence in Music Fund. This fund helps support the many needs of the program, including District and State fees and private lesson scholarships.
2Volunteer is accepting applications for the President’s Volunteer Service Awards. Due date is Sunday, March 15, 2017. Please go to 2Volunteeronline.org for information about eligibility and requirements. Students are responsible for checking their school email accounts should 2Volunteer have any questions for candidates during the review process.
AUDITION MATERIALS FOR SPAMALOT ARE AVAILABLE The website is being moody and keeps timing out so here is the link to the audition materials and instructions.
You’re invited to Concord-Carlisle Community Chest’s first-ever non-profit innovation challenge called “adVentures in Philanthropy” on Tuesday, February 7 at 7:30 at the Fenn School. Local non-profits have proposed exciting new initiatives to meet human services needs in Concord and Carlisle with three selected to present their program to a panel of five community leaders with the chance to secure a share of up to $30,000 in funding. WE NEED YOUR HELP! The event will include both an adult and student Fan Favorite. Adults and students will have an opportunity to vote and award their favorite presenting non-profit $1,000. Register today for this FREE community event by visiting our web site at http://www.cccommunitychest.org/ or call978-369-5250 to reserve your ticket.
Patriot Hoop Clinics will host a 3-day February Vacation Jam at Concord-Carlisle High School on February 21 – 23. Register here: Patriot Hoop Clinics FebruaryVacation Jam Clinics run from 9:00 -11:45 daily and are $35 per day or $100 for all three days for boys in grades 3-8. Register to hold your spot and then pay at the door. Checks payable to Patriot Basketball, Inc.
College Search & Recruiting for Student Athletes Join us to learn about navigating the college search and recruiting process. We will cover the factors that influence a student’s college preferences, special timelines, recruiting regulations and terminology, the different NCAA divisions, how to develop an outreach campaign to make coaches aware of you, what coaches are looking for and how to interview with a coach, and academic and athletic action items for each year of high school – and more! Parents and students are welcome to join us on February 14 & 16, 7-9 pm.
SAT Prep Bootcamp for the March test Our workshop with Summit Educational Group includes one full-length practice test and one 4-hour instructional session, and has been specifically designed to give your child an overview of the academic skills and strategies he or she will need on test day. Workshop size will be limited to sixteen students per class section.
Financial aid application are available by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
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