Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Q5 Community Support Needed & A Big Thank You to the PA and CEF

As the end of the year rapidly approaches, we eagerly anticipate our first Q5 learning experience for students, staff, and the community. Teachers have developed fantastic course offerings, and we are excited to see students and staff work closely on this new endeavor.  

Before soliciting your help, I would be remiss if I failed to mention that without the generosity and support of the Parents Association and the Concord Ed. Fund, Q5, like countless other initiatives supported by these two wonderful parental organizations, would not be possible.  

On behalf of the entire school community, thank you to all the volunteers of both the Concord Ed. Fund and the Parents Association for your time, energy, and generous support for Q5 and all things education at CCHS.  Thank you.

We need your help in two areas - donating items and/or donating your time.  

  1. Donating Items
    In order to defer some of the costs, we are hoping to borrow some items needed for courses from the community.  Please take a look at our list of items.  If you can sign up to donate one, our course leaders will be in touch to coordinate.
  2. Chaperoning
    Many course leaders are opening up their classroom and would welcome volunteers who would like to participate. Please review our list of courses that need volunteers.  Course leaders will contact you to arrange meeting times.   

Thank you for your support.  Please contact Q5 Coordinator Laurie Fortunato (lfortunato@concordcarlisle.org) with any questions.

As a reminder, the calendar for the end of the year is available here.

Attention Parents/Guardians of Seniors: Important End-of-Year Information

Dear Parents/Guardians of Seniors:
This time of year is particularly special for the senior class of Concord Carlisle High School. With prom and senior week activities on the horizon and Graduation looming, we are confident that students will make the most of the fleeting moments of their high school careers.
With distractions abounding, we urge you to encourage your son/daughter to continue to maximize their efforts related to their courses. As the finish line draws near, it is essential that they not lose sight of their academic obligations. 
During this time of celebration, student safety is a primary concern. This unique period in students’ lives presents parents and educators with the opportunity to work together and encourage continued good decision-making. Let’s work together to ensure that this prom and graduation season provides only the fondest memories students and families deserve.

In keeping with the character of your class, we are confident that the proper dignity, pomp, and circumstance will be given to the upcoming events and ceremonies so that students, families and all members of the CCHS community will be able to look back on these memorable occasions with great pride.  

Please read on for important information on senior week activities, Graduation, and other important details on upcoming events.  


Michael J. Mastrullo 

End of Year Links
Class of 2018

Graduation FAQ

Senior Week

Other Links