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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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Follow The Voice on Instagram!

June 9, 2014
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Follow The Voice on Instagram!

Finally, The Voice has arrived on the photo-sharing app Instagram! Follow us @cchsvoice for a behind the scenes look at the hard work that goes into each week’s issue.    
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Senior Project Fair Dazzles All

June 9, 2014
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Senior Project Fair Dazzles All

Last Thursday eve, the work of many diligent seniors was presented at the CCHS Senior Project Fair, a celebration of independent learning.  The diversity of projects was quite impressive. Many projects fell under the category of the arts.  Jeremy Silver composed his own jazz piano song and techno song,  Tessa Hanselman learned how to...
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Good Morning America interviews Caitlin Lawlor ’14

June 9, 2014
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Good Morning America interviews Caitlin Lawlor ’14

I’m sure that everyone has watched, or least heard of the program Good Morning America. Recently one of our own students, Caitlin Lawlor ’14, appeared on the show. Seen by millions, Lawlor appeared on this show because of a book called Thinfluence, c0- written by her mother, Malissa Wood, which discusses how the lifestyles of our...
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Environmental Field Studies Group Releases Blanding’s Turtles

June 2, 2014
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Environmental Field Studies Group Releases Blanding’s Turtles

Last Friday, CCHS’s Environmental Field Studies Group released its four Blanding’s turtles, a local endangered species, into the wetlands of Estabrook Woods. The turtles, which came to CCHS in the fall as young hatchlings and were cared for by EFSG members over the winter, were raised as part of a statewide effort to improve...
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Salute to Senior Editors

May 27, 2014
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Salute to Senior Editors

Once again The CCHS Voice must say goodbye to an outstanding staff of senior editors. Every year it is our privilege to salute our outstanding seniors and to predict where they will be when they return to CCHS for their 20th reunion in 2034. One thing that we know for certain is that this...
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Denmark Exchange Builds Cultural Understanding

May 5, 2014
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Denmark Exchange Builds Cultural Understanding

Over April vacation, after a brief layover in Iceland, 12 CCHS students, Ms. Rotti, and Mr. Penucci traveled to Copenhagan, Denmark to participate in the second part of the CCHS Denmark exchange.  Students were thrust into a plethora of activities just as they stepped off the plane.  In the city, the travelers took a scenic canal...
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Mrs. Graham Takes Part in “Giving Us Our Race Back”

May 5, 2014
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Mrs. Graham Takes Part in “Giving Us Our Race Back”

 Although Dana Graham is used to teaching in front of classes of high schoolers every day, on Monday, April 21st, she faced a crowd much larger, including some of her family and friends. “Thank you for giving us our race back” were the words she heard as she crossed the finish line of the 117th...
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Ecuadorian Exchange Students Perform for CC

April 28, 2014
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Ecuadorian Exchange Students Perform for CC

This February, CC students journeyed to Quito, Ecuador to learn about the culture firsthand during homestays. This April, the Ecuadorian high school students who hosted CC’s exchange students traveled to Concord. As part of their visit, they performed a variety of special performances for CCHS that were representative of their Ecuadorian culture. I had the...
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The Scifi Club Explores Japan

April 28, 2014
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The Scifi Club Explores Japan

The Scifi Club recently took a trip all the way across the world to Japan. The group spent twelve days exploring the sights, the culture, and the food. While in the city of Nanae, they experienced part of Japan’s culture and history by learning about the traditional tea ceremony. They were shown an abbreviated...
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