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I wanted to give you an update on the grant you funded for the Pathways hydroponic gardens. We have put both systems together and planted our first crop. For our first go, we decided to purchase seedling rather than growing from seed ourselves. We are two weeks in and the plants are really starting to take off. Feel free to come by and check it out!! We expect to harvest in a few weeks. Next steps are to design our business and start to make some connections with restaurants in town who might want to use our produce.
What: The Practice of Mindfulness and it’s Role in the School Community
When: December 2, 2017
Who: Doug Worthen, Director of Mindfulness Programs at the Middlesex School
More details to come
We are looking at for a few volunteers, if you are interested please email Kim Piculell firstname.lastname@example.org or Jennifer Kamionek email@example.com. Let’s make this Junior Year Awesome! Class of 2019 Parent Social - typically at a home, supplies will be provided (was held in Carlisle last … Continue reading
Trails End Cafe 97 Lowell Road, Concord Wednesday, November 15 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. (or later!) Join other Class of 2019 Parents for an informal night out! … Continue reading
Thank you to all who volunteered to help with the 2017 Kicks for Cancer event this year. The event raised $60,608.80 to be donated to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. The day of Kicks for Cancer was phenomenal and could not … Continue reading
In an effort to be more accessible to our Boston families, the Concord and Concord-Carlisle School Committees will be hosting their next joint meeting in Boston. It will be Tuesday, October 24 as originally scheduled, at the New Mission High … Continue reading
Here’s a terrific opportunity to give back to local seniors while working side by side with students from CCHS! Parent volunteers are needed to help organize and assist with the annual Thanksgiving Luncheon on Saturday, November 18. CCHS students and … Continue reading
The CCHS Parents Association will be conducting an election for one open parent position on the CCHS School Advisory Council (SAC) for 2017-2019. The CCHS SAC is composed of four teachers, five parents, five students, and the Principal. Council members serve two-year terms … Continue reading
Basic Rights in Special Education: A Workshop for Parents and Professionals November 7, 2017 at 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Concord-Carlisle High School, Learning Commons Presented by The Federation for Children with Special Needs, this workshop provides a basic understanding … Continue reading
The Center for Parents and Teachers is also offering a program focusing parents and how to make the hard job of raising children a little less stressful. Who couldn’t use that?! De-stressing Parents: Raising Kids with Less Stress and More … Continue reading