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Tired Teachers List Pet Peeves

March 24, 2013
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Tired Teachers List Pet Peeves

Teachers at CCHS, fatigued from rattling walls, nauseous from writing on quivering ActivBoards, worried about falling behind on curriculum and thus on grading thanks to unpredictable weather patterns, and driven mad from noxious fumes and strange animal noises emanating from groaning pipes, have compiled a list of their pet peeves in order to release...
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CCHS teacher alumni, and why they came back

December 10, 2012
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CCHS teacher alumni, and why they came back

With all the typical stress that students face before the holidays, most students swear that they will never step foot into this school again once they graduate. It is interesting, however, to think that some people do come back. Let’s reflect about some  experiences from teachers who attended this school as students, and decided...
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The advisory anomaly

November 5, 2012
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Every two weeks, all students must go to advisory. They talk about feelings or play childish games with a random teacher and an assortment of their classmates. This bi-weekly occurrence messes up the schedule to an extent that even the teachers are unsure of what block it is. An apparent majority of students express...
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New Teacher: Christine Mancuso

October 15, 2012
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New Teacher: Christine Mancuso

Welcome Christine Mancuso, a new teacher in Special Education! She first became interested in the field through her interest in psychology. Mancuso had previously studied counseling psychology, but wanted to work in the public sector. Before her interest in Special education, Mancuso had spent eight years working in the film and video industry in...
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Rivers and Revolutions revolutionizes learning

April 2, 2012
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Rivers and Revolutions revolutionizes learning

Rivers and Revolutions is a program offered at CCHS for juniors and seniors, organized and directed by former social studies teacher Michael Goodwin. 2012 is the “pilot year,” and the program will be offered during the fall and spring semesters. If it is successful, it will continue for more years to come. In the...
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New teacher evaluations to be implemented

April 1, 2012
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New teacher evaluations to be implemented

Beginning in the fall of 2012, a new system of teacher evaluations will be put into place at Concord-Carlisle Regional High School.  Students will now be able to evaluate their teachers based on several different criteria at the end of each quarter.  These evaluations will become part of each teacher’s permanent file and will...
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