Month: March 2017

Later Start Time: A Blessing or a Curse?

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Recently the Concord Carlisle Regional School Committee has been flirting with the idea of a later school start time. The school day would start at 8:00am rather than 7:30am. Though this may seem like a small, trivial deviation to some,…

Power Rangers Movie Review

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I never watched the original Power Rangers TV show. It doesn’t have a special place in my heart, or anything like that—I’ve only seen a few episodes. Therefore, I did not go into the movie watching to see if it…

Locker Rooms Now Locked due to Vandalism and Misconduct

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Beginning today, the boys’ and girls’ locker rooms will be locked during all blocks save the first and last ten minutes of every block. The same amount of time will be applied to every block, including lunch blocks. The locker…

Hypnotist this Friday at 6:30 PM!

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Every year, CC invites hypnotist Tommy Vee to come to school and hypnotize students on stage. This Friday, March 31st at 6:30 pm, Student Government is hosting this annual event in the CC auditorium.  The function will last approximately one hour. Tickets…

Inside CCHS

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There are so many people within our community that we don’t even know about! Today, we interviewed a few more students from the community! Justin Reed, a sophomore in CCHS, said that the hardest class he is taking this year…

MICCA Preview Band Concert Tomorrow Night

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This Tuesday, March 28th, the CCHS Concert Band will be performing at a concert along with the Concord Middle School band in a MICCA preview concert. During the concert, which starts at 7:00, the bands will be showcasing their programs for…

CCHS Students Study Biodiversity in Mexico

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Last summer, CCHS teachers Sara Kiesselbach and Sandra Haupt traveled to Quintana Roo, Mexico with Dan Bisaccio, a professor at Brown University, to participate in the “Measuring and Monitoring Biodiversity” field course. Each year, Bisaccio gives one high school the opportunity to participate in…

Paula Sirois Poetry Contest

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The annual Paula Sirois Poetry contest is happening now. Every year the English Department sponsors this competition to encourage not only writing but sharing. It can be hard to show your personal writing to those who you know will be…

Voices in the Atrium: Springtime!

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Jenny Li co-wrote this article As quarter three comes to an end, students are faced with a whole lots of fun stuff: end of quarter tests, promposals, and spring! Though there’s still snow on the ground, the weather is getting warmer and…

Get Out Movie Review: Andre’s Perspective

Original movies are dying fast. Last year on the list of top 50 most anticipated movies of 2016, only 12 were original movies, and the majority of those movies were films like Sausage Party and Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, neither of…