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LaborLion: A Destination for Student Employment

April 14, 2014
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LaborLion: A Destination for Student Employment

Bryce Bjork ’16 has been making an impact at CCHS with his own business, LaborLion. Seeking to connect students with potential jobs around the community, LaborLion acts as a platform to allow students to find job offers submitted by community households. Students simply enter their work preferences and are shown a list of job...
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CChaos Prepares for Amherst Invite

April 14, 2014
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CChaos Prepares for Amherst Invite

The Concord-Carlisle Ultimate Frisbee team CChaos is on the road to their biggest tournament of the season: the Amherst Invitational, with an extremely competitive pool of teams. Ultimate Frisbee is played with 7 players a side on a football-like field. The basic rules are that players can’t run with the disc and that they try...
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Winter Sports Teams Win Sportsmanship Award

April 14, 2014
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Winter Sports Teams Win Sportsmanship Award

  Last week, it was announced that the Dual County League voted Concord Carlisle Winter teams as the recipients of the league winter sportsmanship award. According to the Dual County League Constitution, the Sportsmanship Banner Award “is awarded to the school that has accumulated the greatest number of points as voted by the sport...
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Baseball Swings Strong

April 14, 2014
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Baseball Swings Strong

This year’s Varsity Baseball Team looks to have a very solid season and made the playoffs for the first time in 5 years. The team is motivated to have a successful season and is led by captain Carter Reed’14 and captain John Carroll’15. Carroll say, “We have a young team, only one senior, so...
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New Theme for All Night Live

April 1, 2014
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New Theme for All Night Live

After much deliberation and cooperation with members of the senior class, the parents committee has decided on changing the theme of All Night Live 2014. The new theme is Middle School Dance. All Night Live is an all night event for graduating seniors after graduation. The event will take place in the CCHS cafeteria...
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Get Ready for Health Week!

February 24, 2014
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Get Ready for Health Week!

Each year, CC holds a Health Week in March to promote living a healthy lifestyle in high school and after.  This year, Health Week will be held from March 3 to 7, with the theme “the power of a positive life.”  Each day is scheduled with numerous activities for students to participate in, from...
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Topping off Ceremony, End of Steel-work for the New Building

December 9, 2013
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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 by signing the last beam in black ink.  The event continued with various speeches...
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New Teacher: Bo Feng

October 7, 2013
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New Teacher: Bo Feng

Welcome Bo Feng, CCHS’s newest Chinese teacher. Feng has been teaching on and off for about 5 years. He currently teaches Chinese 2, 3, 4, and 5 (including Honors), at CC. When he was younger, Feng, like many kids, explored a range of careers. He remembers looking into being an engineer, an artist, and a...
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CCHS Boys Lacrosse Coming on Strong!

April 22, 2013
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After an amazing 22-0 championship season last year, with a final 13-3 victory over Algonquin highschool, the lax boys are back! Coach Tom Dalicandro commented on the effect of last year’s season on this years players, noting, “Every season is different … must put last year behind .” It is a...
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It’s not an earthquake, I promise…

March 25, 2013
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It’s not an earthquake, I promise…

If you happened to be sitting in an H building classroom trying to take notes off the ActivBoard, you may have noticed your vision getting blurry and the board shaking violently. Don’t worry, it’s not an earthquake. You’re not alone. The construction for the new building is also impacting a lot of students and...
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