Tag: teachers

Groundbreaking Discovery: Teachers Never Leave School

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It is a common assumption that at the end of every school day teachers return home to their families. It has been recently discovered that this is not the case. In 1998, there was a Massachusetts state law passed that…

Nearing the End, Facing Nostalgia

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To all the seniors out there, this should be a time of deep nostalgia and reflection.  Or maybe for you, it’s just time to sit back and watch more Netflix, in anticipation of the summer to come.  However, regardless of…

CCHS Badminton Tournament for Charity!

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Two weeks from today, on Monday March 13th, the Concord Carlisle Teacher’s Association is hosting a badminton tournament in the CCHS gym. The tournament will be held “after school to raise money in Nora Murphy’s name for Health Leads, a nonprofit that…

Voicers’ Advice: Second-Semester Senior and Still Stressed?

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Dear Voice, Should I be worried if I am a second-semester senior and I am still stressed?  I am already into my first-choice college, but I am still extremely stressed by school. From, Stressed Senior   Answer:  I completely understand the…

Voices in the Atrium: Holiday Traditions

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It’s December 19th, and Christmas is in 6 days, Hanukkah starts in 5 days, and Kwanzaa starts in 7 days. With the start of the last school week of 2016, and the school heading towards our first big break (although it…

Insider on the Teachers of CCHS

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Today I interviewed a few teachers in the CCHS community, to hear their thoughts on their profession! Senora Laflamme from the World Languages Department said that the hardest part of her job is working with students who aren’t motivated, or…

Views into the Lives of the Students and Faculty of CCHS

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Have you ever wondered what life was like for different students and faculty members around the CCHS community? Today we interviewed a few students and teachers to get a glimpse into their lives, to see what advice they had for others, and…

CCHS: A Year in Review

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It’s been another whirlwind year for CCHS, with students excelling in the arts, sports, and academics.  We began discussions on student stress levels and mental health, traveled around the world through different exchange programs, and saw an incredibly successful college…

Senior Year Bucket List

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Sixteen days.  That’s all the days of high school seniors have left.  Only three more painful Monday morning wake ups, only thirteen more A blocks spent struggling to stay awake in between sips of Dunkin Donuts.  Less, if you have APs…