DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 2017
CLASS OF 2017 IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The deadline to purchase a prom ticket is TODAY Wednesday, May 10. Tickets can be purchased online or in the cafe this week. Any questions see Mr. Pavlik or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention all Thoreau Seniors You are invited to our 10th annual Reception and Open House Honoring Thoreau Alumni from the CCHS class of 2017 Tuesday, May 30, 2:00-3:00 PM in the Thoreau School Library Hosted by the Thoreau School Staff.
Class of 2017 – Borrowed Laptops due by Thursday, May 25 at 3:00 p.m! If your student is borrowing a laptop from CCHS, they need to return their laptop, protective case, and charger by Thursday, May 25 at 3:00 p.m. They can return their equipment in one of their Senior classrooms or the Learning Commons. They will need to fill out a short form to accompany the laptop. Equipment that is not returned on time will create charges to their student account. These charges must be cleared in order to participate in their graduation ceremony!
Class of 2017 Senior Week Graduation is just 4 1/2 weeks away! The Class Officers, Advisors and Parent Reps have been diligently planning fun and diverse ways for the class celebrate the end of high school in the days leading up to Graduation. Click through to see a full description of the events and activities and how to sign up. http://bit.ly/2oG3vwP Please note, some of the activities require an RSVP, some a ticket purchase and some, like Prifti Day and Graduation rehearsal are mandatory for all students. Ticket sales and RSVPs will be open until May 17 at 2:15pm. If you have questions, please contact Michelle Ernst at email@example.com.
Please see the links below for important 2017 Prom and ticket info. Please read carefully.
Prom Info 2017 Link:
Guest Form Link:
Seniors’ last day to return library materials to the Learning Commons is Friday, May 19.
Scholarship Opportunities for the Class of 2017: CLICK HERE
The Denmark Exchange Program for the 2017-2018 school year is now accepting applications. All CCHS students are welcome to apply. CCHS families will host a student from our Denmark sister school in October of 2017 and then travel to Denmark in April of 2018. An informational meeting will be held on Wednesday May 10 at 6pm at CCHS in Room 256, The Digital Art Lab. Inquiries may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets for Spamalot will be sold during lunch blocks on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Shows are Thursday night Friday night and Saturday night at 7:00 And Sunday at 2:00. Student tickets are $10
The deadline to purchase a prom ticket is Wednesday, May 10. Tickets can be purchased online or in the cafe this week. Any questions see Mr. Pavlik or email at email@example.com
Please support the UNICEF/Global Outreach Club and buy a flower bouquet for your mom for Mother’s Day! You can order bouquets of 2 dozen fair trade Ethiopian roses for $10 in the cafeteria during lunch blocks and after school until Friday, May 12 or contact Elizabeth Quinlan firstname.lastname@example.org or Emma Walker email@example.com to place an order. You can pick up your flowers on Friday, May 12 in café. All of the profits will go to disaster relief from the recent floods in Peru and to the non-profit women’s organization, Inca Mamas. Thank you for your support!
It’s almost the end of the school year! Please donate any unused school or craft supplies, or new or gently used children’s books in the collection boxes set up around the school. All donations will go to Cradles and Crayons to help underprivileged children in Massachusetts. All contributions are valued and appreciated. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Thank you!
Are you interested in trying out for the CCHS Cheerleading? Come to clinics on Thursday, May 11 and May 18, 6-8 PM in the Multi Purpose Room 104and see what it takes to be part of this competitive fall team, tryouts will be in early June. Cheerleading is coed and all are welcome to attend these free clinics.
Boys and Girls Locker Rooms: Due to vandalism and misconduct, the boys and girls locker rooms will only be unlocked the first and last 10 minutes of each block during the school day. Students will continue to have access to the boys and girls locker rooms before school and after school. Please plan accordingly.
Final exam schedule CLICK HERE
The Thinker’s Agenda Club will hold a BAKE SALE after school on Friday, May 12 in the dining commons where all proceeds will go to the organization, Save the Elephants. Every dollar we raise will help protect elephants from poaching and provide them with safe habitats.
Ever want to put a pie in your teacher’s face? Now You can! Come to the green outside of WIQH on Friday, May 12, anytime from 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm. The highest bidder gets to put a pie in a teacher’s face! Participating teachers include Mr. Fall, Ms. McNeight, Ms. Wozniak, Mr. Palmer, Mr. Pavlick, Dr. Vela, Ms. Yoshua, Mr. Kendall, Señor Pohl, Mr. Savage, Mr. Nichol, Ms. Smith, Officer Scott, and more! There will be music and we will be selling an assortment of baked goods. Bring your friends to record you putting a pie in your teacher’s face! All proceeds go towards finding a cure for childhood cancer though research, treatment, and awareness.
The CCHS girl’s lacrosse teams and Friends of Concord Carlisle Lacrosse are sponsoring a car wash at Crosby’s Saturday, May 13 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm to raise money for the CCHS Girls Lacrosse program. Please stop by for a wash or to make a donation to support the teams.
We want Teens and Youth involved in Planning the Future of Concord! Concord is embarking on “Envision Concord”- its town-wide comprehensive plan that will look forward to 2030 to understand the challenges faced by the community, as well as opportunities to vision for a strong future. It is important that Concord teens, youth, and families are heard, but typically, these groups tend to be very busy and less likely to engage in the planning process. We are looking for individuals who live in Concord and may wish to be involved for community service credit, teen organizations that may be interested as part of their mission or a special project, or other ways as well. Please contact Jennifer Clarke at Concord Carlisle Youth Services by May 17 at email@example.com or visit http://www.concordnet.org/1818/Comprehensive-Long-Range-Plan if interested.
Birthday Wishes Drive – Birthday Wishes is an organization that provides birthday parties for homeless children in the Boston area. Recommended donations: boxed cake mix, canned frosting, disposable cake pans, cups, candles, tablecloths, juice boxes, mini water bottles, plates, napkins, spoons, forks, party hats, masks,decorations (streamers, balloons and birthday banners). Please make sure that the items are in original packaging and expiration date or perishable goods are good until July 2017. Please but all items in a bag marked with teacher advisor’s name and YOG. The advisory with the most donations will receive baked goods from MRS. VICE-HISEY.May 8 – 17. Boxes will be located outside the learning commons.
The Water Challenge is a two week long commitment to drink only water and save money on other drinks like coffee, tea, soda, or juice. The challenge goes from May 8-22. The money saved will then be donated to The Water Project to fund the organization to provide clean water to people in need. A donation of just $23 will allow one person to access drinking water. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Spamalot Tickets are on sale at www.ticketstage.com $10 for students, seniors, and veterans and $17 for adults. Performances are May 11, 12 and 13 at 7pm, May 14 at 2pm. We are also looking for ushers. Volunteers will get community service hours and can see the show for free. Please email email@example.com if you’re interested.
For all local college fairs coming to the area CLICK HERE
Guidance and Counseling May Newsletter CLICK HERE
Upcoming Adult & Community Educations programs: Click Here
Two summer opportunities for musicians, with IMSCC and Concord-Carlisle Community Education Click Here
West Concord Advisory Committee Open House and Forum. Come join the West Concord Advisory Committee and several town leaders for an Open House on Wednesday, May 10, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Harvey Wheeler Community Center. Ask the Town Manager, director of Land Management, the Recreation Director and the Town Engineer whatever you’d like about what’s happening in the Village and plans for the future. Still have questions about how the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail will weave through the Village? Want an update on the Pedestrian Bridge over the Assabet, connecting the Baker Avenue businesses to the Village? How about the dredging of Warner’s Pond, or the new plaza planned between Tea Cakes and Twin Seafood? This is the place to come for answers.
Practice SAT Saturday, May 13, 10:30 am Get ready for the SAT with this practice test, provided and proctored by Open Door Education of Acton. Registration is required and can be done at gleasonlibrary.org or calling the library at 978-369-4898. Note: If you have already taken a practice SAT at the Gleason Library or with Open Door, this will be the same test.
Honor your grad, teacher, or coach! The three major phases of CC at Play’s fields renovation project at CCHS are complete and all our spring and fall sports are benefiting: baseball, softball, lacrosse, cross country, track & field, soccer, football, and field hockey. The project has been a huge success. This summer, CC at Play will put finishing touches onto the project. They plan to build a maintenance building, add way finding signage, and install landscaping at the entrances. To fund this final phase of work, they are selling engraved bricks that will pave the area around the new flagpole in the stadium. These bricks are a great way to honor a graduate, celebrate a team, thank a coach or teacher, or celebrate an alum. Bricks can be purchased at www.CCatPlay.org. Create a memory to mark your place at CC!
Center for Parents and Teachers invite all parents to a special workshop in May! No matter what the age of your child, all parents will be interested in attending the workshop on “Competence, Confidence and the Building of Resiliency in Our Children” taking place on Tuesday evening, May 16 at the Concord Middle School Peabody Forum. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED! The Center for Parents and Teachers has invited ever-popular presenter Rick Irving, MSW, to run this beneficial (and humorous!) workshop. To pre-register (and to learn more details about the offering) please go to https://buildingresiliencyon16may2017.eventbrite.com Learn about CPT’s other programs at www.centerforparentsandteachers.org
SAVE THE DATE: Sunday, MAY 21
What: The Thoreau School Road Race is May 21
Get fit this spring at the Thoreau School’s Annual Road Race, a community-wide celebration, Sunday, May 21! Start training now! 5K and Kids’ Fun Runs (.5 and 1 mile) followed by fun food, games, bouncy house, awards and more. Race, walk, jog or stroll, ALL are welcome! 9am Registration
Kids Fun Runs:
10am 5K run (Strava Segments Chip Timing)
11am 5k Awards
11:30 am Girls 1 mile fun run (ages 6 and up)
11:45 am Boys 1-mile fun run (ages 6 and up)
12pm: ½ mile (ages 5 and under)
Register at: thoreauptg.org or active.com
Register TODAY to avoid lines and save on the registration fee. All events take place at the Thoreau School, 29 Prairie Street, Concord. All proceeds go to benefit the Thoreau PTG.
Mediation and Facilitated Team Meetings New Date! Thursday, May 25 7:00-8:30pm CCHS Room, 206, Concord Presenter Mryto Flessas, Bureau of Special Education Appeals (BSEA). Please join us for a presentation on Special Education Mediation and facilitated IEP Team Meetings by Myrto Flessas from the Bureau of Special Education Appeals (BSEA). A voluntary and confidential dispute settlement process, mediation sessions are conducted by BSEA mediators at no charge to the participants. Ms. Flessas will cover how and when to request a mediation as well as how to prepare for and what to expect from mediation at the BSEA. The presentation and Q&A will take place from 7-8:30pm. Join us after the presentation from 8:30-9pm for refreshments and additional conversation. For planning purposes, please RSVP: CLICK HERE
Milldam Nursery School will be hosting the 12th Annual Ducky Race & Fair on Saturday, June 3 at Emerson Playground. We are looking for CCHS students to volunteer for community service between the hours of 9:30 AM-12:30 PM. The event features the “Lucky Duck” raffle, a petting zoo, face painting and more. Proceeds support Milldam Nursery School enrichment and need-based scholarship programs. Please contact Mary Ellen Harney, firstname.lastname@example.org, 917.566.0173
The Willard Carnival will be held on Sunday June 4 this year. Willard family and friends are really looking forward to playing over 30 games, enjoying snacks, a fabulous cake walk, and so much more! Each year we look forward to working with CCHS volunteers!! This year we need help with set up, running the booths and games, and breaking down the event. It is a great way to support the community and of course we are more than happy to sign off on any volunteer hours needed for school. Thank you to all the students who plan to come out to volunteer and support our community!! Please sign up with the link below: Click Here
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