Thursday, June 15, 2023

2023 Class Act Awards



Celebrating Your Service to the School and Community

Congratulations to all!

CCHS Awards   Community Service is an integral part of the total learning experience at CCHS.  Students must complete at least 40 hours of service for graduation, but many students volunteer for much more than the minimum.  These awards recognize the graduating seniors who have volunteered over 100 hours of their time in their careers at CCHS.

Rotary Club of Concord   The Rotary Club of Concord recognizes the contribution of young people in our schools and rewards them for Community Service, Integrity, Kindness, Leadership, and Civic Responsibility. Each club and sport at CCHS has an opportunity to choose their award recipients, as nominated by their group advisors or coaches.

President’s Volunteer Service Awards   2Volunteer, the Concord-Carlisle community-based organization which assists CCHS in its Community Service program, is a designated certifying organization for the President’s Volunteer Service Award.  The Award is given by the Points of Light Foundation, as inspired by George H.W. Bush, to recognize the best in American spirit and to encourage Americans to improve their communities through volunteer service and civic participation.  Students are eligible for consideration for this award if they have demonstrated outstanding community service over the course of any consecutive 12-month period.  The Young Adult (service completed above age of 16) Bronze Award is given for 100-174 hours of service, the Silver Award for 175-249 hours, and the Gold Award for 250 or more hours.  The Teen (service completed before age 16) Bronze Award is given for 50-74 hours of service, the Silver Award for 75-99 hours of service, and the Gold Award for 100 or more hours of service.

Concord-Carlisle Community Chest    Awards are given by the Concord-Carlisle Community Chest to CCHS students who have demonstrated initiative and commitment to an organization or a volunteer project within the area of direct human services.  The recipients are selected by the Community Chest Board of Directors.

Maureen Taggert Award  This award is given to a CCHS senior who exhibits exemplary community service participation in Recreation Department programs.  It is named in honor of a beloved Concord Recreation employee who lifelong gave selflessly of her time.

NEADS Award  The National Education for Assistance Dog Services trains service dogs to help individuals with disabilities and is interested in service in general to the disabled.  The Award is given to a member of the junior or senior class who has demonstrated exemplary community service in the area of working with individuals with disabilities.  

Friday, June 9, 2023

Transition Night Presentation

Thank you for joining us last night for our Transition Night presentation.  As noted, all of the information is available at: 

For easy reference, below you will find the slide deck and the recording:

We look forward to welcoming your students to CCHS in the Fall.

Be well,

Brian Miller and Katie Stahl

Tuesday, June 6, 2023