DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2017
Tuesday, MARCH 21 Block Schedule – B, G, H, D, E, F, A
Please click here to see the MCAS Schedule starting TODAY,Tuesday, March 21 for Sophomores.
The Birthday Wishes club will be having a Spring bake sale after school in the dining commons TODAY, Tuesday, March 21! All proceeds will benefit homeless children!
THOREAU SCHOOL CAKE WALK Saturday, March 25, 1-3pm is the annual
Thoreau Cake Walk and Family Festival. Loads of games, crafts, food, prizes and, of course, CAKE! We need a TON of volunteers to make this event a success. If you think you could help out, Please Sign Up Here!
The English Department is sponsoring its annual Paula Sirois Poetry Contest. Everyone is welcome to submit 2 – 3 poems. Please write your name, YOG and English teacher’s name on a separate piece of paper and submit your poems to Ms. Peterson in Room 315. Deadline for submission is Friday, March 31.
Come hear musicians Patrick Nero of Acton-Boxborough, Lauren Weintraub of Lincoln-Sudbury, and our own Chris Ruediger and TOS to raise money for Samaritans at the Concord-Carlisle High School Auditorium on Friday, March 24 from 7:30-10:00pm. Tickets are $8 online, purchase tickets: Click Here or $10 at the door with 100% of the proceeds being donated to support suicide prevention. We welcome families, friends, kids of all ages to join together and help support this amazing program. We hope to see you there!
Class of 2018: Register for Get It Done: The College Application Program at The Fenn School. August 14-17, 9:30 am-12:30 pm or 5-8 pm. For more information or to register, go to www.fenn.org/getitdone
Concord-Carlisle Adult & Community Education’s Advisory Committee presents:
News: The Changing Landscape of Journalism in the 21st CenturyClick Here for Flyer
Wednesday, April 5, 7 pm at CCHS Tickets are $10 for Adults; $2 for Students or $15 at the door Our host is David Nurenberg, CCHS English teacher and former journalist, and our panelists include Tim Riley, Assistant Professor of Journalism at Emerson, Karen Shiffman, Executive Producer at On Point, and Melissa Zimdars, Assistant Professor of Communication at Merrimack College Visit www.ace.colonial.net to register or call 978-318-1432.
Local College Fairs: The CCHS community has been invited to attend the following fairs at our neighboring schools. Bedford High School College Fair NEW DATE APRIL 4from 6:30 – 8:00 pm. Location: Bedford High School Gym. CLICK HERE for list of colleges attending
Local COLLEGE FAIRS this spring: CLICK HERE for complete list
NEW Scholarships for the Class of 2017 CLICK HERE
Concord Police Department Sponsoring RAD Click Here for more information.
Upcoming and updated programs with Concord-Carlisle Adult & Community Education. Click Here
Wheelhouse Thought Series #2: Deconstructing Stigma: Raising Awareness about Teen Mental Health on Thursday, March 23 from 6:30 to 8 pm. Please join in a cross generational event and learn about the groundbreaking Deconstructing Stigma Campaign at McLean Hospital. Learn about revolutionary treatment practices from noted doctors at McLeans and personal experience from CCHS graduate, AnaFebres-Cordero‘ who is running the Boston Marathon in support of the campaign. Please RSVP as seating is limited.
Reading Development & the Brain, Thursday, March 23, Presentation/Q&A 10-11:30am, Ripley Administration Building, Conference Room 1, Presenter Dr. Nadine Gaab, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Boston Children’s Hospital. The Concord Public and Concord-Carlisle Regional SEPAC is pleased to offer a presentation providing an overview of the typical and atypical reading brain, its development, and how it changes in response to intervention. Dr. Gaab will introduce the idea of early screening for reading disabilities in young children and discuss its implications for education settings and policy. She will conclude by discussing the implications of neuroscientific findings for general education, educational policy as well as the development of interventions. For planning purposes, please RSVP to: Click Here Please join us! Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Concord Conservatory of Music Presents An Old-time and Americana Fiddling Workshop – please see the attached press release and share with your students! We greatly appreciate your help with passing along the event details. On Saturday, March 25, from 1:00 to 3:00 PM, CCM is presenting a hands-on old-time Americana music workshop led by Laura Cortese and Valerie Thompson, both from the band Laura Cortese and the Dance Cards. Players with at least two years of experience on violin, cello, guitar, banjo, double bass, or mandolin (and 8 years of age or older) are invited to bring their instruments to learn a few tunes by ear and join in an afternoon of traditional music-making. The registration fee is $40. To register, please visit www.ConcordConservatory.org. For more information, call 978-369-0010 or email info@ConcordConservatory.org.
ACT Practice Test at the Gleason Library Saturday, March 25, 10:30 am Get ready for the ACT with this practice test at the Gleason Library in Carlisle, provided and proctored by Open Door Test Prep of Acton. Registration required, and seating is limited. Please email Tahleen, the Teen Services Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Here Comes Concord Youth Theatre’s Spring Fundraiser! Don’t be an (April) Fool – Join us on Saturday, April 1 for Lest We Jest, a fundraising event to support Concord Youth Theatre. Expect some silent auction foolery as well! Meet us at Union Hall, 27 School Street, Carlisle center, from 7- 9PM. Tickets are just $20 and are available at http://concordyouththeatre.org/tickets/. All are welcome, as long as you are 21 or over. For more information, call Concord Youth Theatre at 978-371-1482 or email Mary-Lynne Bohn at email@example.com.
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