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Friday, September 24, 2010

A WELCOME TREAT. Carlisle School faculty smile as they sample the food at the Teacher Appreciation
Luncheon held September 21 in the Corey Dining Room. Shown are: (left to right) librarian Sandy Kelley, special
educator Jen Rowland, kindergarten teacher Suzanne Comeau and fi rst-grade teacher Sandy Graham.
(Photo by Beth Clarke)

Gleason Art: tombstones, miniature radios and landscapes

Three new exhibits have opened recently at the Gleason Public Library. Photographs by Carlislean Mollie McPhee, an unusual collection of radio miniatures assembled by Carlislean Jon Golden and landscape paintings by Chelmsford resident Ann Christensen will be on display until October 30. ...more

Specialist calls Lyme disease “an epidemic”

“Lyme disease is really an epidemic in this area now, and it is way underreported,” according to Dr. Donald Craven, M.D., who presented a lecture sponsored by the Carlisle Board of Health on the dangers of tick-borne diseases to a crowd of 40 to 50 people in Union Hall on September 15. Craven, a professor at Tufts University School of Medicine, founded ...more

Meet the Carlisle School’s new faculty

Carlisle School’s teaching staff has moved around a bit within the school and six new faces are gracing the halls (see interviews below). Former fourth-grade teacher Liz Gray moved to sixth grade Language Arts, former fifth-grade teacher Kendra Katz moved to fourth grade, former Math Specialist Liz Perry moved to fifth grade and Mimi Gleason, who was job-sharing ...more

 

School Building Committee hears Planning Board ideas, mulls access

The Carlisle School Building Committee (SBC) met on September 16 to consider a variety of comments and suggestions submitted by the Planning Board and Conservation Commission regarding the school renovation plan. In addition, the SBC discussed the difficulties of getting the youngest students from their classrooms to gym, lunch and music in the Corey Building ...more

Two CCHS buses collide on Wed. No injuries reported

Two school buses carrying Concord-Carlisle High School students home from school collided on Wednesday afternoon while trying to merge onto Route 2, according to John Flaherty, Deputy Superintendent for Finance and Operations for the Concord-Carlisle Regional School District. Flaherty had been to the scene and described the accident, which occurred at the intersection ...more


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