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Click on the + icons below to find answers to some questions commonly asked by new (or not so new) CCHS families. If you have further questions that you think may be useful to include in this list, please contact the CCHS Vice Presidents at vicepresidents@cchspa.org

A printable PDF of version of this file can be found HERE

1) What time does the late bus leave and how to find out the drop- off schedule? [weaver_showhide]

Late buses leave at 5:15. Visit following site to look up your route: http://concordpublicschools.net/transportation

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2) My child needs to arrive late, or leave early or during the day for an appointment. What is the dismissal process? [weaver_showhide]

Students must be dismissed through the Main Office or the Nurse’s Office.
Call Martha Hammer: 978.318.1400

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3) What are academic support options? [weaver_showhide]

MATHEMATICS RESOURCE CENTER (MARC) Located in the S-Building next to the Mathematics Department office and room S-20, the MARC is open from 7:30 am to 2:11 pm each school day. Math teachers to help students with homework, to explain concepts with which they are having difficulty, and to provide general support in math-related areas, staff it. Students can obtain a pass from their math teacher to go to the MARC during a study hall. They are then required to stay for the entire class period. Juniors and seniors with open campus privileges may use the MARC during any of their free periods.

SOCIAL STUDIES/ENGLISH RESOURCE CENTER (SSERC) Located in the center core of the H-Building next to the social studies workroom and the Writing Center, the SSERC is open from 7:30 am to 2:11pm each school day. It is staffed by Social Studies teachers, English teachers and a special educator tutor to help students with homework, to explain concepts with which they are having difficulty, and to provide general support in Social Studies, English and related areas. Students can obtain a pass from their Social Studies or English teacher to go to the SSERC during a study hall. They are then required to stay for the entire class period. Juniors and seniors with open campus privileges may use the SSERC during any of their free periods.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE RESOURCE CENTER The foreign language department staffs a resource area, which is located in the Language Laboratory in the L-building. It is open from 7:30am to 2:11pm each school day. Students may receive assistance with homework and/or language concepts with which they are having difficulty. Students can obtain a pass from their foreign language teacher to go to the language lab during a study hall. They are then required to stay for the entire class period. Juniors and seniors with open campus privileges may use the language lab during any of their free periods by making prior arrangements with their foreign language teacher.

COMPUTER LABS There are five computer labs that students may use in accordance with procedures posted in each lab. The room location and hardware configurations of each lab are as follows:

I-2 is a Macintosh lab that contains student computers, an overhead projector, Activboard, color scanners, color printer and a laser printer;

I-4 is a Macintosh lab, which contains student computers, projector, color scanner, color printer, laser printer, a large format 2D printer, and 3D printer.

A Sound Recording Studio is contained in the Audio/Visual space next to the Learning Commons. This studio includes computers for use in music projects, a recording studio, soundboard, various instruments and microphones to aid in achieving a quality recording.

H-20 is the Writing Lab, which contains Macintosh computers with two laser printers, overhead projector and Activboard.

Students can also use the computers and printers in the Learning Commons according to LC use policies. The Learning Commons contains Macintosh computers, a scanner and two laser printers. Also located in the LC is a Media Lab containing Macintosh computers, a scanner and a laser printer. Scheduled computer lab time for instructional purposes takes precedence over open lab time and when available for open lab time, a staff person must be on duty to supervise the operation of the lab. Students are expected to defer to the staff member in charge with regard to proper computer usage.

WRITING CENTER Located next to the SSERC in the H-Building, the Writing Center is equipped with Macintosh computers and is used by a variety of classes. Individual students may use these computers on an availability basis during the school day after school by making arrangements with the Writing Center supervisor.

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4) Do we need to stay home over vacation if student is playing a sport? [weaver_showhide]

Sport commitments over vacations vary on a team-by-team basis. It is important that you check with the named Varsity and JV coaches of any particular sport to see what tournament, game or practice commitments there may be over a particular school vacation before making any vacation plans. Coach contact information can be found on the CCHS Athletics page OR by contacting the Athletic Director, Barry Haley at bhaley@colonial.net

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5) How do I register my child for a sport? [weaver_showhide]

Register online at https://www.familyid.com/programs

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6) I want to pick my child up from his/her game? [weaver_showhide]

If you want to pick up your child from a game you need to contact Barry Haley and get an email confirmation from him. Contact him at bhaley@colonial.net

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7) What are the differences between Advisory and Guidance? [weaver_showhide]

Advisory- meets every other Weds after B block. One teacher and two students run it. The student can talk about school; play games, opportunity to ask questions.

Guidance – A counselor is assigned to every student to help with academic and personal issues Name can be found students schedule through Aspen.

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8) Who are Class reps and what do they do? [weaver_showhide]

Parents from each grade level volunteer to support that grade with fundraising and social activities at both the student and parent levels. Each class has specific obligations through out the year and the Class Reps make sure these are met.

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9) Who do I contact for emergencies, non-illness absences, and various questions? [weaver_showhide]

Emergencies:

Main Office Phone: (978)318-1400
Brian Miller,
Bmiller@colonial.net

Notifying my child will miss a day of a school other than from illness: Peter Badalment at pbadalament@colonial.net

Question of an academic nature: Students guidance counselor, http://www.concordcarlisle.net/departments-and-teachers/counseling/

Question of a personal nature: Students guidance counselor, http://www.concordcarlisle.net/departments-and-teachers/counseling/

Questions about sports: Barry Haley, bhaley@colonial.net

Class events (i.e., dance, fund raisers): Class Reps can be found here on the CCHS PA website. Click on the class year menu and find class representatives listed on the left side of the resulting page.

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10) How do I find out about clubs? [weaver_showhide]

Club information is on the CCHS website at http://www.concordcarlisle.net/parents-and-students/

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11) What are the cafeteria hours? How do I pay? [weaver_showhide]

The CC cafeteria hours for breakfast are 7:00am to 9:30am.
Lunch is served from 10:40am to 1:00pm.
Cash and checks are accepted at the register.
You can also set up an account at the following site and deposit money: https://www.myschoolbucks.com/ver2/login/getmain?requestAction=home

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