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Located in Kendall Square, Community Charter School of Cambridge is a tuition-free, public charter school open to residents of all towns in Mass. Located in Kendall Square, Community Charter School of Cambridge is a tuition-free, college prep school. A public charter, CCSC enrolls about 360 students in grades 6-12 from Cambridge and Boston and many surrounding towns. CCSC is a Level 1 public school (the highest rating). Since 2009, every CCSC graduate has gained college admission, 90% to four-year schools. Our unique senior internship program provides students with real-world experience that few other schools in the nation can match. In the 2011-2012 school year, CCSC students worked at the side of the titans of technology, including Akamai and Google, at some of the area top universities, including MIT, Tufts, and Northeastern, and at Cambridge cornerstones such as Kendall Press, The Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House, and the Harvard Square Business Association.
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EVERYTHING DRIVE! We are collecting EVERYTHING -- clothes, shoes, toys, toiletries, and school supplies. All toiletries and school supplies should be brand new or never used. All of the toys will go to the Windsor St. Clinic for their annual Toy Drive. All of the clothing and basic necessities will be given to homeless shelters and all of the school supplies will be given to students in Haiti. MONEY Donations are also being accepted. BRING SOMETHING BY DEC. 18. The advisory with the most items given in will earn a free pizza party on Friday, January 9th. If you have any questions please talk to Christy Felix.
CCSC parents & guardians: We are having a PGA meeting tomorrow evening (Tues 12/2, 6 pm) and hope many of you can attend. The discussion topic is ways to talk about tough issues with teenagers.
TONIGHT at 6 pm: Parent Guardian Association meeting on how to help your student succeed in school.
Happy Pi Day! https://www.facebook.com/nolanpatty/posts/10206113415542864:0
Friday night: Playoffs for our boys & girls basketball teams at UMass Boston. Come cheer our teams starting at 7 pm.
Sat., Feb.28 1:00-3:00 Davis Square, Somerville => Parents Forum drop in. Parents Forum has been working for over two decades to engage with parents and improve children’s lives. We invite you to meet our new researcher Aya Isumi. We would love hearing about your parenting concerns and sharing news of our upcoming projects! Please stop by Eastern Bank in Davis Square, 250 Elm Street, Somerville, between 1:00 and 3:00 pm on Saturday, February 28, 2015 to enjoy conversation and delicious Union Square Donuts! Contact: 617-864-3802 Eve Sullivan / firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to our Students of the Semester! http://blog.ccscambridge.org/shout-outs-to-students-of-the-semester/
CCSC Graduation is THIS SUNDAY (6/7) at 1:30 at MIT Kresge Auditorium. All members of the community and alumni are welcome to attend. Attendance is required for CCSC high school students. There will be a reception afterward on the lawn outside Kresge.
TODAY at 5:30: All 8th graders and their parent/guardians are expected to attend our high school preview session with focus on what it takes to succeed in grades 9-12 and get into college.
Family film night tomorrow (Thurs 8/28) on the Volpe Lawn in Kendall. Bring a picnic. (They're not allowed to announce the movie's title but here's a hint: the theme song is Let It Go.) http://www.kendallsq.org/event/film-night/
10 days until school starts...it will be our 10th year! We only need 20 more fans to break the 1,000 mark. Your challenge (it's way easier than dumping a bucket of ice over your head): ask a friend to like our page.
ATTENTION CCSC PARENTS:The first meeting of the 2015-2016 Parent-Guardian Association, will be held on Tuesday, September 15, at 6:15 PM.The topic of this meeting is “CCSC Need-to-Knows.” We will provide new and returning families with important School Updates, introduce two new school administrators, go over many of the common policies and procedures at CCSC (discipline, buses, lunch ordering, getting in touch with teachers, and more) and will have plenty of time for questions and answers. At 5:30 PM there will also be a meeting for SEPAC (Special Education Parent Advisory Council) Families. The meeting will be an opportunity to meet and greet with the Danielle Makarious, Director of Special Programs, as well as review important information to support your student through their transition to and through Special Education at CCSC. Free child care, including pizza and a movie, will provided for children 11 and under. Many parents like to bring food. Please bring a snack or a dish to share, if you can!
We have an exciting opportunity for CCSC families who are hockey fans! Experience the action and excitement of a Providence Bruins hockey game with your school group! Our exclusive school group offer runs from November to January. This special offer includes a Providence Bruins hat and a Popcorn & Fountain drink for all kids for just $20! Also take advantage of our Family Photo Booth with Samboni the mascot. All of the details about this exclusive school group offer are listed below along with available dates. Fridays – 7:00PM & Sundays – 3:00PM November – 1st / 13th / 15th / 20th / 22nd December – 4th / 5th / 6th / 11th / 13th / 18th January – 3rd / 8th / 10th / 15th/ 17th Contact Ms. Glassman (email@example.com) if you're interested.
Last Night CCSC inducted 21 new junior and senior members to the National Honor Society! Of 106 juniors and seniors (not including those already inducted), only 35 students were eligible to be invited to apply for NHS membership. Of the 35 students who could apply, 29 decided to do so. After applying, students were assessed in four areas -- scholarship, leadership, service, and character. A group of dedicated faculty gathered to discuss each applicant. This group ensured that our standards remain high and that membership continues to represent a special honor here at CCSC. Of the 29 who did apply, 21 students were selected for admission into National Honor Society -- 9 seniors and 12 juniors. Congratulation to our scholars and leaders!