DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2017
Hoops for Heart: The 5th annual Hoops for Heart will take place in the Main Gym during all blocks on TODAY, Thursday, April 13. There is 3 basketball competitions: Free throw (60 seconds), 3-point shot (45 seconds), and Larry Bird Challenge (lay-up, free throw, 3- point shot and 1/2 court shot in 30 seconds) and a jump rope competition. It costs $1 to enter a competition and all proceeds go to the American Heart Association. American Heart Association! Hoops for Heart is sponsored by the Health & Fitness Department.
Spamalot Tickets are now on sale!!! Spamalot is an hilarious, irreverent musical that you will want to keep coming back to see! May 11, 12 and 13 at 7pm, May 14 at 2pm. Tickets are $10 for students, seniors and veterans, $17 for adults. Tickets are available at www.ticketstage.com
Attention, juniors and sophomores: Did you have a positive experience in your freshman advisory?Are you a confident leader, eager to help next year’s freshmen transition to CCHS? Then apply to become a freshman advisory leader!! We are currently seeking students to participate in next year’s freshman advisory program. You will work alongside another student and a faculty leader to support and guide members of the freshman class through their first year at CCHS. For more information, visit the Google form here: 2017 Freshman Advisory Leader Application
Thomas Hicks (a CCHS grad 1989 and METCO student) will be speaking at CCHS in the Auditorium D & F blocks Monday, April 24. Hicks was appointed by Pres. Obama to the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, an independent, bipartisan commission charged with developing standards for and guidance on our electoral system. He will be speaking about how he got involved in politics and the work he has done to improve our elections. All are welcome.
Reminder to all Seniors – The deadline for entering your Community Service hours is Friday, April 14. Please see this link http://2volunteeronline.org/ If you have questions, please see Ms. Hammer.
After School Music Instruction with IMSCC Calling all musicians! Sign up now for music lessons – new session is underway!
The Guidance and Counseling April Newsletter: CLICK HERE
Class of 2017 & Parents: Please make sure to check in with guidance counselors to let them know about admissions decisions. If you have questions or would like to discuss further, please do not hesitate to reach out to set up a meeting.
Local COLLEGE FAIRS this spring: CLICK HERE for complete list
High School volunteers needed for Concord Recreation Egg Hunt @ CCHS Memorial Field on April 14. Volunteers needed 4:15- 6:45 pm to spread 20,000 eggs assist the children in collecting the eggs and help with clean up. Student volunteer needed to wear the Concord Recreation camp mascot costume as well. Interested volunteers should contact Patti Doherty at 978-318-3045 or preferably email at email@example.com
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
IMSCC presents a Faculty Concert: A Festival of Brass Music! Sunday April 23 at 3:00 in the CCHS auditorium All are welcome; the concert is free of charge. Click Here for more information!
Concord Conservatory of Music Presents ¡CANTARES DE ESPAÑA! On Saturday, April 29, at 7 pm, the CCM presents ¡CANTARES DE ESPAÑA! —the passionate music of Enrique Granados and Manuel de Falla. CCM welcomes all to join the Boston Arts Consort for an evening of the music of two of Spain’s greatest composers. CCM clarinet faculty member, Elizabeth Leehey, will perform with Christian Figueroa, tenor, Linda Papatopoli, piano, and Clara Sandler, mezzo-soprano. Tickets are available at the door: $20 for adults, $5 for students 18 and under. To buy tickets online, go to www.ConcordConservatory.org.For more information call 978-369-0010 or email info@ConcordConservatory.org. CCM is located at the West Concord Union Church at 1317 Main Street in Concord.
Join the People’s Climate March in DC: Saturday, April 29, 2017 Two buses from First Parish of Concord are being organized to the national Peoples Climate March on April 29 in Washington, DC. Cost is $110 per person (but only $30 for students!) and all are welcome — sign up at the link here! Buses depart at 10 pm Friday and return early Sunday morning. Be there for the biggest/most important climate march in history! (Questions to Kate Crosby at firstname.lastname@example.org or Berni Jenkins at email@example.com.) See Mr. Nichol for more information.
Summer Camp Scholarships: There are scholarship opportunities for summer camp and summer extracurricular activities for Concord and Carlisle youth ages toddler to young adult. Please contact Bonny Wilbur, CC Community Services Coordinator, for more information and eligibility requirements at
978-318-3034 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that all Concord Recreation camp requests for financial assistance are processed through Concord Recreation at www.concordrec.com or 978-287-1050.
Will you join other area schools in a challenge to support cancer patients? The 17th annual Emerson Hospital 5k Run~Walk for Cancer will take place on Saturday, June 10, 8:30 am, at the Thoreau Outdoor Center in Concord. School groups are forming to participate – join a team at your school or start your own! It’s easy and fun! All proceeds benefit cancer patients at Emerson Hospital. Register today at: www.emersonhospital.org/5k or contact Christine Kielar at email@example.com with questions.
Get your Red Sox tickets for the May 3rd game at 7:05pm against the Baltimore Orioles. Bleacher seating for $20 per ticket-groups welcome! Enjoy an evening at Fenway with your friends and support Emerson Hospital. Please go to www.emersonhospital.org/auxiliary to purchase. Questions? Call Christine Kielar (978)-287-8765.
The Town of Concord’s Annual Holocaust Remembrance event is on Sunday, April 30 at 7pm at the Town House. The one-hour documentary film “Exile and Community: The Life of Carola Domar” will be shown. Film maker Susan Reider explains, “Although this oral history is told by an elderly woman and her grown daughter, the account is largely communicated from a young person’s perspective.” Carola escaped Germany as a teen and came to the United States on her own. This free event is sponsored by the Concord Carlisle Human Rights Council.
Martha A. Hammer
Concord-Carlisle Regional High School
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