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Decoding the 1:1 Technology Initiative

September 29, 2014
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Decoding the 1:1 Technology Initiative

Recently, CCHS’s 1:1 Technology Initiative has been the subject of much debate. Although many students know that 1-1 is an important issue, not many know the specifics. Simply put, it is a program in which CCHS plans on replacing desktop computers and allowing students to use their own individual computers instead. Technology is one of the most important factors...
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2014-2015 NBA Eastern Conference Predictions

September 29, 2014
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2014-2015 NBA Eastern Conference Predictions

With the NBA season quickly approaching, it’s that time again to make seeding predictions for each team in its respective conference. This week, we’re only going to cover the talentless conference that has the majority of the league’s horrible teams, also known as the East. These are my predictions for how the East is...
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New Teacher: Todd Sawyer

September 15, 2014
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New Teacher: Todd Sawyer

Many of you may not yet have been lucky enough to meet Mr. Todd Sawyer.  Mr. Sawyer is an English teacher, who teaches both Freshman CP and Sophomore Honors.  Mr. Sawyer grew up in Groton, MA, but now lives in Somerville.  He attended Plymouth State College, where he earned an Undergraduate Degree in Marketing....
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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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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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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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CCHS Required Summer Reading!

June 16, 2014
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CCHS Required Summer Reading!

While CCHS has not had a formal summer reading list before, it is now assigning one book to each grade to enjoy over the summer so the English curriculum is less crammed. The goal of the required reading is to enrich the education of all students (and faculty too!). Without further ado, here are the...
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Finals Week DELAYED!

June 16, 2014
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Finals Week DELAYED!

Earlier today vice-principal Brian Miller announced that finals week will be moved from the week of June 23rd to the week of June 30th.  Mr. Miller cited an unusually high snow-day count as the cause for the last minute change; “we want to make sure that our faculty and students alike  had enough time to...
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