Month: September 2012

Devoted bus driver killed in tragic accident

One of our cherished CCHS staff members, Gary Garafola, passed away on Saturday September 22nd in a tragic accident. He had worked at CCHS for six years not only as a devoted bus driver, but also as an enthusiastic driver’s…

New Teacher: Maia Raber

Maia Raber was born and raised in Connecticut, and attended Loomis Chaffee, a boarding school in Windsor, Connecticut. She later attended Kenyon College in Ohio, a small liberal arts college where she majored in English and minored in Sociology. After…

New Teacher: Ashley Anderson

What classes are you currently teaching? CP2 Geometry and CP2 Algebra 2. Where did you grow up? I grew up in Concord, and I went to CCHS. Is the school similar to what it was like when you went here?…

New Teacher: Elaine Picard

Mrs. Elaine Picard is a new physics teacher here at Concord-Carlisle High School. Prior to this job, she was an electrical engineer. She traveled a lot as an engineer, but after having children, she went back to school to receive…

Students bewildered by unprecedented lack of Jewish holidays

To much of the student body, vacation days seem like the most important days of the school year. This past week students and faculty at Concord-Carlisle have been particularly aware of the school calendar, lamenting the fact that they must…

Paving Paradise — but no place for juniors

“You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone” is a song lyric that is a bit trite, but nevertheless true. Recently, the juniors of CCHS have felt that one of our inalienable rights, one that we once took for…