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DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY, May 24, 2013
Tickets for the Six Flags trip and Nashawtuc Banquet for Seniors will be on sale in the cafe during all lunch blocks TODAY. Six Flags tickets are $30 (includes bus) and the Banquet tickets are also $30. Both events are during senior week, Six Flags will be Tuesday, June 4, and the Banquet will be Wednesday, June 5 (please note date change) at 7pm. Please contact Andrew Della Volpe or Patrick McCauley with any questions.
Final CCHS Parents Association Meeting this year
Please join us for our final program on Tuesday, May 28th @ 6:30 PM in the Little Theater. We will hold our Annual PA meeting and vote on the slate of proposed PA Board members for 2013-14. Immediately afterwards, we will host a College Panel at 7:00 PM. Six 2012 CCHS graduates will reflect on their college experiences. Students and parents are encouraged to attend and there will be time to ask questions of the panelists.
The Denis Cleary Moot Court Competition Finals will be held on Tuesday, May 28 in the upper library at 7:30 pm. Stephen Yen and Nick McCormack will be arguing against Nick Confrey and Keifer Lavely before three of our esteemed state judges: Judge Cratsley, Judge Lauriat, and Justice Lenk. All are welcome.
There will be no Principal’s Coffee in June.
Attention All Students: There are NO MORE ARENA APPOINTMENTS available for this week.
Appointments for next week will only given to students during Lunch Blocks TODAY. See the Guidance Secretaries to make an appointment.
Freshmen Lunch Groups ~ Do you have questions about high school life? Need ideas for summer plans? Please come to Freshman Lunch Groups with counselors, Mr. O’Connor, Ms. Mathison and Ms. Goldrick on: Tuesday, May 28, during all three lunch blocks in the Guidance & Counseling Department It’s a relaxed environment to talk about what’s on your mind at this time of year and get your questions answered, while having lunch! Bring a friend and bring your lunch with you. We hope to see you there!
The Cafeteria will be unavailable Thursday (6:30-9:00pm) and after school on Friday because of POPS Concert set-up.
The Athletics page on the CCHS website has been updated and complete schedules can be viewed at http://www.concordcarlisle.net/athletics.
Employment Opportunity! 2-3 Part Time high school students interested in the field of Early Childhood Education. We need teachers to work after school hours 3:15-6:15 PM with 1-5 year olds. You will work under the supervision of a certified and experienced teacher. Pay commensurate with experience. Please email to Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org
A course in SAT Essay Writing with instructor Travis Minor will be offered in Community Education on Thursday, May 30 at CCHS. Students will learn the significance of their Essay score, how to prepare effective evidence in advance, and what types of mechanical details are most crucial.7:00-8:30 PM CCHS L-5, course #4667, $24 Registration and information at CC Community Education, www.ace.colonial.net (978) 318-1432
The Concord Free Public Library needs anyone interested in earning community service hours to volunteer at the Saturday, June 1st Annual Book Sale. You can help out with Set Up for sale on Friday, May 31st or early AM of Saturday, June 1, or with Take Down during the afternoon of Saturday, June 1. Please use the link at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E054CAEAA2EA57-june3 to sign up and any questions, please direct to Fiona Stevenson at email@example.com.
Communities for Restorative Justice online auction- Want to invent a new ice cream? Go to a Red Sox game? Purchase Boston Bruin Chara’s autographed hockey stick? Take a Caribbean or skiing vacation? Get a loaf of artisan bread every week for six months? Then go to the exciting online auction benefiting Communities for Restorative Justice (C4RJ) that runs through June 2, 2013! Bid and win a wonderful wealth of items from the comfort of your own home or office. To browse, register or bid go to http://www.biddingforgood.com/c4rj. By registering online you will be eligible to win an iPAD Mini (value $350). Auction items include vacation travel, tickets to Red Sox games, museums, or the Boston Symphony Orchestra, a year’s membership in the Beede health center, numerous ways to pamper oneself, golf outings at various clubs, dining out, Verrill’s famous pies, and much, much more. C4RJ partners with local police to bring an offender, a victim as well as other affected community members together in a group setting called a “circle,” not in a courtroom. What distinguishes restorative justice is the fact it recognizes that crime is a violation of people and relationships, not just the law. Check out www.c4rj.com
Student volunteers are needed for the Emerson Hospital Auxiliary Run Walk on June 1, 2013.
Race Course Marshalls for the kids race 8 am-9:30 am. The role is to be on the race course (off road/dirt trail) to encourage participants and make sure they stay on the race course. Water Distribution at the end race end 8:45 am- 11:15 am. Funday Activities 10:30 am-2pm. The students will help run activities for kids to include volleyball, basketball, obstacle course, and Tot Trot. We are asking for a two-hour time slot and lunch will be provided. Please contact Barbara Boardman 978-371-1158 firstname.lastname@example.org
Carlisle’s celebration of community and good old fashioned fun needs high school volunteers for various event shifts from Friday, June 28, Saturday, June 29 and Sunday, June 30th. Contact Chairperson (978) 254-1390 or CarlisleOHD@gmail.com to help!
Martha A. Hammer
Concord-Carlisle Regional High School
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