Tag: teachers

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…

How to Procrastinate for Midterms!

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Most of your friends, family, and teachers are probably busy trying to tell you about the right way to effectively study for midterms, or for any test for that matter. So for this article, I’m going to instead offer some useful…

The Power of Thanks: Teacher Appreciation Week!

This week, May 4 – 8, is Teacher Appreciation Week! One of the most amazing, yet often overlooked aspects of going to CCHS is walking out of a class and hearing your classmates thank the teacher for the lesson or…

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…

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…

The advisory anomaly

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…

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…

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.…