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  Announcements and Highlights  

 
the
Concord High School 2015 Unified Basketball Team
         
Back L to R: Andrew Nadeau, Andrew Grondin, Connor Reid, Catherine Reynolds, Thomas Boyce, Connor Kukla, Jason Pettinato, Gene Magsipoc, Garrison Kelly
Middle L to R: Brendan Bodell, Tiffany Buckland, Tonya Delia, Sean Daley, Taylor Bisson, Madysen Audet, Matthew Audet, Kathleen Carberry, Maxwell Rand, Dylan Stuart
Front L to R: Coach Bacher, Nicholas Battles, Katherine Muzzey, Justin Wilson, Makenzie Muir, Brendan McEwen, Kaytlin Dionne, Marjorie Mulleavey
Floor: Edward Johnson


 
March is Music in Our Schools Month

Wednesday, March 18
District Choral Concert
7:00PM
Capital Center for the Arts


Tuesday, March 24
District Band Concert
7:00PM
Capital Center for the Arts

Wednesday, March 25
District Orchestra Concert
7:00PM
Capital Center for the Arts

Tuesday, March 31
District Jazz Concert
7:00PM
Concord High School Student Center
 
     
  Important Information  
 

http://concord.schoolfusion.us/modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/498203/Image/supt%20letter/newsletter%20image.pngSuperintendent's
Weekly Newsletter

March 2, 2015
 


Due to snow days, the
Last Day of School

is now
June 18, 2015





Child Check Clinic

March 14, 2015
Contact Audrey Knapp
225-0853, ext. 1253 
Appointments required.

21st Century Community
Learning Centers

Rundlett Middle School
Concord High School
Our mission is to engage,
inspire and challenge
our students.
District and Schools Profiles & Report Cards
The District annually announces its District & school profiles
and report cards
for the public and for parents.

Bullying, Cyberbullying, Harassment and Retaliation Incident Reporting Form

See School Board policy #539 – Pupil Safety & Violence Prevention
Extended Learning Opportunities
for CHS Students
Have a project idea, a career you’d like to explore, looking for an opportunity to learn through hands-on practice?

Extended Learning Opportunities (ELO’s) empower students to take
an active role in determining
the path of their education!
  • Propose an alternative approach to gaining skills and knowledge other than the traditional classroom setting.
  • Explore beyond the school walls; work with local experts; gain valuable real-world knowledge.
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