Friday, March 26, 2004
Notes from the Buzz
• Civility Spree Day. The school plans to structure a Civility Spree Activity for one hour on a day in May. The school will be divided into sections of about 10 adults and 80 children per unit. This will provide an opportunity for everyone to make new friendships, to learn about others and "celebrate civility in our school community." The Civility Spree Day will be a surprise.
• MCAS. MCAS testing will be held on March 30 for grades four and seven. Performances for the seventh-grade play, Dear Edwina, will be held March 25, 26 and 27.
• Student-faculty basketball game. The student faculty game has been scheduled for Thursday, April 8, in the CCHS gym. Proceeds will be directed to the CTA Scholarship Fund.
• Human-i-Tees. "Human-i-Tees" products to benefit the Student Council are being sold. Orders must be returned to the school by Friday, March 26.
• School Choice. The public hearing on School Choice will be 8 p.m. on Wednesday, April 7.
• Peter Senge to speak. The Ninth Annual Education Forum will be held on Saturday, April 3, featuring Peter Senge.
• Carlisle Extended Day. The Carlisle Extended Day Program has invited all Carlisle children in grades K-7 to attend its April vacation program (call 978-369-5558). The Thoreau Club and Camp Thoreau and the Community Education Program also have vacation programs for children in grades K-4 (call 1-978-318-1540).
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