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New Teacher: Mr. Parato

September 15, 2014
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New Teacher: Mr. Parato

CCHS welcomes another new face this year, Mike Parato. He teaches CP2 Geometry and CP2 Algebra II. Mr. Parato is also an advisor, stating that he really likes meeting new students. Parato grew up originally in Westford, MA, and went to Westford Academy. He attended the Univerity of Delaware, majoring in international relations, and currently lives in...
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New Teacher: Brian Casey

September 15, 2014
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New Teacher: Brian Casey

Welcome to Mr. Brian Casey, CCHS’ newest edition to the science department. Though he is a chemistry teacher at this school, he has a degree in Earth Science and has taught in both subjects. Mr. Casey began teaching science as soon as he graduated from Syracuse University with a major in Geology. He taught...
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Cradles to Crayons

September 15, 2014
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Cradles to Crayons

Providing a stable and cohesive education is perhaps one of the most important gifts that can ever be given. It is for precisely that reason that Cradles to Crayons, a non-profit group, is hosting a drive for school supplies. All forms of school supplies, from notebooks to rulers, are welcome. Through a combination of product...
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New Teacher: Ms. Asselin

September 15, 2014
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New Teacher: Ms. Asselin

Like many teachers at CCHS Ms. Asselin is very passionate about what she teaches. She currently lives in Brighton, but is from Tyngsboro, Massachusetts, where she grew up with an older brother and sister. After recently attending Salem State University and majoring in Chemistry, she began teaching last year for a semester and this...
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New Teacher: Gregory Coan

September 15, 2014
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New Teacher: Gregory Coan

CCHS is very excited to welcome Mr. Coan, a new Digital Arts teacher this year at CCHS. Mr. Coan is teaching 3D Graphics as well as other Digital Arts. Mr. Coan has lived in the Netherlands and the Bahamas, and he has also traveled throughout the United States. Ever since he was a child,...
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AP Capstone: A Fitting Course for CCHS

September 15, 2014
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CCHS has a history of offering courses that challenge students’ minds and help them improve their academic skills. In keeping with this tradition, CCHS has recently rolled out the AP Capstone program for juniors and Seniors. Mainly geared around writing, the Capstone program seeks to teach students how to develop strong research and presentation skills....
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New Teacher: Tim Jones

September 15, 2014
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New Teacher: Tim Jones

This year, we welcome Mr. Jones, who is a new history teacher here at CC.  Mr. Jones went to Hingham High School, which is on the South Shore. He then went to Westfield State College and majored in History. Then, after teaching at a charter school in Malden,  he got his Master’s degree in Curriculum...
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New Earth Science Teacher : Rachel Mills

September 15, 2014
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New Earth Science Teacher : Rachel Mills

Ms. Rachel Mills, the newest addition to the CCHS Earth Science Department, is quickly finding her way at the school. A graduate of Oberlin College in Ohio, she is accustomed to smaller educational communities, and she says the atmosphere in and around CCHS is unlike that of many other places that she has worked. She has...
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New Teacher: Samantha Rowe

September 14, 2014
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New Teacher: Samantha Rowe

This year we welcome Ms. Rowe, a new Special Education teacher at CCHS. Ms. Rowe grew up and currently lives in Chelmsford, MA, which is just twenty minutes away from Concord. Ms. Rowe’s hobbies include ice hockey, field hockey, and scrapbooking. She even still plays on an ice hockey team. Ms. Rowe went to...
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When Technology and Religion Collide

June 9, 2014
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When Technology and Religion Collide

Brian Mahony from Applied Technology and Eric Rivera from Social Studies recently collaborated to organize a successful cross-disciplinary assignment.  They combined Computer Graphics with World Religions in order to enhance student learning. In Rivera’s class, the concept of the New Being is one of many themes and is a thread that ties many belief systems together....
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