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October 24 School Committee Meeting to be held in Boston

PA in bostonIn 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 School, 655 Metropolitan Avenue in Hyde Park.  Agenda items will include a Town Hall Q&A session, a METCO report, and discussions of Budget and School Committee Goals.
As always, all families from Boston, Concord, and Carlisle are welcome to attend.
For questions or more information, you can reach the School Committees at or


Parent Volunteers Need for Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon

2014 CCHS Thanksgiving Dinner - Wicked Local Photo/Ayrika Whitney

2014 CCHS Thanksgiving Dinner – Wicked Local Photo/Ayrika Whitney

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 families will treat local senior citizens from Concord and Carlisle to an authentic Thanksgiving meal complete with turkey, cranberry sauce and all the fixings! The work is light – help decorate, prepare plates and assist the students as they serve lunch – but the rewards are great!

Parent volunteers from all grades are needed on Saturday, November 18 from 10:30am-1:30pm. In addition, we are seeking 1-2 parents from the class of 2020 or 2021 to co-lead the event with a parent of a junior to help provide continuity for next year.

Without your help, we cannot continue to honor this wonderful annual tradition. Please email asap to help! Thank you!

Penny Wars Challenge

The CCHS Student Government and Student Senate are about halfway through a joint project raising money for victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. We have a connection with the Puerto Rican Secretary of Education, so we will be donating … Continue reading