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Senate Proposition on 1:1 Initiative Delayed

January 12, 2015
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Senate Proposition on 1:1 Initiative Delayed

CCHS has a strong tradition of involving students in politics and real world events. CCHS’s JSA club allows students to discuss the inner workings of politics, government, and current events. In addition, CCHS has its very own student senate. The student senate debates a variety of propositions and acts as the governing body that deals...
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Concord Police Take Action on Ferguson

January 5, 2015
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Concord Police Take Action on Ferguson

Here in Concord, we can sometimes believe that we are separated from the issues that have permeated the Ferguson and Eric Garner cases. However, the issue of race remains as important here as it does in an other part of the country . With this thought in mind, Concord police have taken action to...
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Ferguson Protests Close to Home

December 15, 2014
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Ferguson Protests Close to Home

Recently, protestors have taken to the streets to protest the injustices in the Ferguson case. New York, Boston and Washington D.C. have all become hot spots of protests surrounding the charged case of the Ferguson shooting and the Eric Garner choking incident. Although the D.C. and New York protests have garnered the most attention,...
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CCHS Students Earn 37 Spots at Eastern District Music Festival!

December 8, 2014
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CCHS Students Earn 37 Spots at Eastern District Music Festival!

  Each autumn, as the air begins to assume its winter chill, music students of all ages at CCHS practice voraciously in anticipation of the third Saturday of November, the Eastern District Festival Audition Date.  This competitive festival entails the preparation of an assigned piece as well as 10 different scales.  Fortunately for the CCHS music...
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Python Programming Courses to Begin in 2015

December 1, 2014
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Python Programming Courses to Begin in 2015

The details are still falling into place, but CCHS’s first ever Python class is set to open for the 2015 spring semester. Mr. Anthony Beckwith of the Math department, who will be teaching the course, is ecstatic to bring this different type of code to the students of the school. He is experienced in...
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CCHS Building Progresses Rapidly

December 1, 2014
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CCHS Building Progresses Rapidly

Good news everybody!  The new school is on budget and on time to be finished in late winter and for students, staff, and faculty to move in over April vacation.  Workers are in the last stages of construction performing tasks such as finishing the gym floor and installing cabinets. Below are pictures from my...
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Students to Paint CC Walls Before Demolition

November 17, 2014
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Students to Paint CC Walls Before Demolition

Have you ever taken a look at a barren CCHS wall and thought that it could use a little decoration? Now you have the chance! The Student Senate has reported that Principal Badalament and Steve Wall (CC’s head custodian) have approved certain sections of wall to be painted, as we only have a few...
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Concord Carlisle High School Teams up With Anti Defamation League

October 27, 2014
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Concord Carlisle High School Teams up With Anti Defamation League

On Wednesday the 22nd, CCHS introduced the peer-leader program being re-instituted this year.  We are again partnering with the Anti-Defamation League World of Difference curriculum as a part of Sophomore Advisory . The teacher leader at our school, Mr. Aaron Joncas, Metco Director K – 12, presented a short film to the student population on...
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Reflections is Calling All Writers!

October 27, 2014
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Reflections is Calling All Writers!

This Autumn, Reflections is holding a writing contest.  Reflections is Concord Carlisle’s literary magazine and it specializes in prose, poetry, and art.  If you’re interested in entering the contest, the submission deadline is Friday, November 21st. The guidelines are that you must submit a piece of writing that is either prose or poetry.  You can...
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Nanae + Concord: The 2014 Japanese Exchange

October 27, 2014
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Nanae + Concord: The 2014 Japanese Exchange

For the past 20 years our town of Concord MA has had a sister city relationship with the town of Nanae in the Hokkaido prefecture of Japan.  This relationship, which stretches back more than two decades, has been strengthened not only by the exchange of students but through joint meetings such as concerts and...
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