Month: December 2013

The Voice‘s Holiday Music Picks

During the frigid weeks of winter, people often find comfort from two things: food and music.  But nothing sets a good mood better than lively holiday songs and beautiful melodies.  Here is The Voice‘s favorite music for this time of…

CC Band and Orchestra’s Winter Concert, Jolly and Festive

The Orchestra kicked the night off with a trio of pieces. It was December 12th, Concord-Carlisle Orchestra and Band’s Winter Concert. The first piece was Chaconne in E Minor by Dietrich Buxtehude, arranged by Hause. They then played Baltic Dance…

New CCHS Apparel Webstore

This week, the Class of 2017 announced the launch of the CCHS Apparel Webstore, a new online store where students and parents can order customized CC apparel. The website allows interested individuals to customize outerwear, hoodies, shirts, headwear, and accessories with logos, names,…

Keep an “I” Out For CC’s Senior Winter Olympics

I hope you are all aware of my “XXII Olympic Winter Games” pun. Last night, Senior Class President Jeremy Silver ’14 announced the Senior Winter Olympics I, the first of hopefully many. CCHS’s Winter Olympics will correlate with the televised XXII…

National Women’s Hockey Team Comes to Concord

  Several members of the US Women’s National hockey team have been staying in Concord since this past August, when training began for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Twenty-five players in total were invited to train at The…

Against the Daily Grind | Breaking Social Norms

My palms are sweating, my heart is beating faster than ever, and all I want to be doing is anything but this. The strong odor of coffee and donuts is swarming around me as I wait in line for my…

“Ni Hao, Shalom”: Ruettgers Lecture on Jews in China

This past Thursday, Concord-Carlisle guidance counselor Kelli Kirshtein gave a Ruettgers lecture on the interesting and complex history of Jews in China titled “Ni Hao, Shalom.” Kirshtein explored the relationship between Jewish and Chinese people starting from 1644 to present…

Topping off Ceremony, End of Steel-work for the New Building

Although sleet and hail fell all morning on the construction site for the new school, the CCHS Building Committee’s topping off ceremony was regardless a wonderful success! Attendees began the celebration of the end of the steel-work on the project…