CCSC senior Peg Nonez is the recipient of a $2,000 Rotary Club college scholarship. Peg received her award at the Cambridge Rotary’s annual leadership breakfast honoring members of the National Honor Society who attend the city’s three public high schools. The award comes with an additional $500 for the recipient to donate to a Cambridge service organization; Peg chose to give hers to the CCSC@Night academic enrichment program. Continue reading “Senior Peg Nonez Wins Rotary Scholarship”
The names of our Students of the Semester were announced at the closing of an all-school assembly on February 13th celebrating Black History Month. Teachers vote for the student in each grade who most exemplifies the four CCSC core values – commitment, scholarship, citizenship, and courage.
The winners earned a Rise Award created in memory of the late Amanda Edmund, a former student, with a gifts donated by her family. Each received a Target gift card and will attend a special lunch. The awards are a surprise to the recipients, so when the faculty members presenting the awards make the announcements they leave the student’s name to the end. Read the honors here:
The 2013-14 school year (our 9th!) wrapped up with a trip to Canobie Lake Park on June 19. Faculty and staff are concluding three days of professional development today, and then it’s officially summer vacation for most CCSC adults — at least until our Summer Academy for all new students begins on Monday, June 30. Summer Academy runs mornings (8:30am -12:30 pm) through Friday, July 25. The first day of the regular school year is Wednesday, August 27. View the 2014015 school calendar.
Amar Ahmad (Achievement 7th grade)
Christiana Sainvil (Commitment 7th grade)
Yishak Ali (Achievement 8th grade)
Maya Reynoso Williams (Commitment 8th grade)
Anne Valbrune (Achievement 9th grade)
Amal Hainstock (Commitment 9th grade)
Christy Felix (Achievement 10th grade)
Jose Robles (Commitment 10th grade)
Peg Nonez (Achievement 11th grade)
Allison Kelly (Commitment 11th grade)
Junior Book Awards:
Shemar Michel (History)
Amira Nwokeji-Iwulal (English)
Beemnet Gebreegziabher (Math)
Isaiah Blanco-Evans (Science)
Claudelyne Bernaus (Literature)
Jesus Robles Garcia (Spanish)
End-of-year photo albums:****
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Pedro Perez (7th), Jonathan Herrera Smith (8th), Anthony Eke (9th), Peradine Isidore (10th), Shemar Michel (11th), Yvens Thelusma (12th).