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Friday, June 4, 2010

DAY OF REMEMBRANCE. Parade Marshal Scott Evans leads, followed by Color Guard Lucy Hill, Christian Mulgrew and Carlisle veterans during Memorial Day Observances on May 31. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

Veteran Chuck Bagnaschi recalls Vietnam experiences

It is an honor to speak to you today, Memorial Day 2010. Memorial Day is a time we Americans set aside to reaffirm our core values by remembering our men and women in uniform, especially the ones who sacrificed their lives in service to our country. It is their sacrifices that give us the lives and freedoms we hold dear. Its roots go back to the Civil War when ...more

Carlisle School Building Committee reconfigures spaces : Plans bathrooms, air conditioning and access

In a move to create more space for the speech classes in the Wilkins Building, the Carlisle School Building Committee (SBC) is considering combining the teachers’ work and lunch room with the speech classroom. At the May 27 School Building Committee (SBC) meeting, committee member and first grade teacher Linda Vanaria was surprised at the news. “When was ...more


CCHS alumni share the “real deal” about beginning college

A team of seasoned experts returned to Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) last Tuesday to speak to juniors and seniors about what to look forward to in college, in a program sponsored by the CCHS Parents Association: “If I Knew Then What I Know Now . . . the real deal about leaving CCHS and beginning college.” ...more

Alan Ticotsky to retire after 35 years at the Carlisle School

Fifth-grade science teacher Alan Ticotsky is retiring this June after 35 years with the Carlisle School. During Ticotsky’s long history with the school he has witnessed many changes, including five superintendents, new methods of teaching, the introduction of MCAS, greater efforts to include children receiving Special Education in the regular classroom and ...more

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