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The Reality Fair: Welcome to the Real World

April 14, 2014
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The Reality Fair: Welcome to the Real World

High school is a time of transition; freshmen finally escape middle school, sophomores become juniors, juniors start planning for colleges, and seniors are on the brink of finally tasting reality. It is a well known fact that the freedom of adulthood comes inherently laden with responsibility, and while high school prepares students academically for...
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Mr. Dentino’s retirement

May 21, 2012
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Mr. Dentino’s retirement

To his students’ dismay, Al Dentino – affectionately referred to as Mr. D by most of his students and the band director at Concord Carlisle High School for the past twenty years – is retiring this year. When asked to explain why he is retiring, Mr. D responded, “First of all, I can. I’ve...
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Saying goodbye and thanks to retiring teachers

May 7, 2012
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This year, CCHS will have to bid farewell to a number of valued teachers and staff. Retirement calls to Ms. Goodman from the SPED Department, Mr. Leone from the Mathematics department, and Senora DesLoges from the Foreign Language Department. They have spent years dedicated to the community here at CC where their efforts will...
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Dr. Weinstein to retire

May 7, 2012
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Although Dr. Alan Weinstein has had nine great years as part of CC’s administration, he has decided to retire at the end of this year. Dr. Weinstein remarks that during these past years he has “loved observing classes, roaming the corridors, stopping by department lunches, visiting the caf regularly, and suspending those who...
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Ms. Truslow to resign

April 9, 2012
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There are many transitions rapidly approaching CCHS, and the latest one is related to people, not to buildings. Ms. Truslow, who has served as vice principal for eleven years, will not be returning next year. It was a difficult decision for her, but there were several factors which led to her resignation. Firstly, she...
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