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CA Beyond the Classroom: Remarks from the Student Head of School

May 05, 2017

Student Head of School Mary Craig ’17 welcomed parents to the community event CA Beyond the Classroom on Sunday, April 30, kicking off an afternoon of workshops, socializing, and dinner that gave families an inside look at student life at CA. Read her full remarks.

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UPS Summer Shipping and Storage Solutions for CA Students

May 9, 2017

UPS offers summer shipping and storage solutions for the students of Concord Academy. Representatives will be on campus in May.

Learn more about their solutions, including dates, times, details, and pricing, here: https://concord-ma-0717.theupsstorelocal.com/about-our-store/concord-academy

*Please note: Concord Academy does not have space for students to store items over the summer months.

Parent to Parent and Boarding Student Host Family Volunteers Needed

May 9, 2017

Remember how excited your child was the summer before entering CA? Remember all the questions you had as your son or daughter was about to enter a new school? CA Parents organizes programs that welcome new families and students. We could use your help with next year’s Parent-to-Parent and Boarding Student Host Family programs.  If you have any questions, please contact Advancement Officer Amy Sagalyn (Amy_Sagalyn@concordacademy.org) or Head of CA Parents Kristan First (kristan.first@gmail.com).

Spring Film Assembly, May 24

May 6, 2017

Parents are welcome to attend the all-community assembly on Wednesday, May 24, at 2:25 p.m. in the P.A.C. to view some of the works made during the spring semester by CA filmmakers.

Spring Semester Student Art Show Begins May 25

May 6, 2017

The Spring Semester Student Art Show will be on display in the MAC beginning Thursday, May 25. A reception will be held from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m. that day in the Ransome Room. Each student enrolled in a spring semester visual arts course has a piece on display in the show. The drawing, painting, fibers, ceramics, printmaking, photography, fashion design, and architecture courses are featured. The exhibition will remain up through CA’s Commencement on June 2. All are welcome.

CA Beyond the Classroom: Remarks from the Student Head of School

May 5, 2017

Student Head of School Mary Craig ’17 welcomed parents to the community event CA Beyond the Classroom on Sunday, April 30, kicking off an afternoon of workshops, socializing, and dinner that gave families an inside look at student life at CA. Read her full remarks.

Much Ado About Nothing: CA Film’s First Movie Musical

April 26, 2017

In the gym and on the fields, the cast and crew of Concord Academy’s third feature-length film — and its first-ever feature-length movie musical — have been filming throughout the spring semester. Much Ado About Nothing is the current Feature Film class’s yearlong project, developed in collaboration with Dance Company and CA musicians.

Concord Academy’s Annual Fund

April 25, 2017

You may have received a friendly call from a parent Annual Fund volunteer last Wednesday. Thank you for taking the time to speak to our dedicated volunteers about the importance of CA’s Annual Fund. Our goal this year is to reach a record of 75% in parent participation for our Parent Annual Fund. If 65 more families make a gift – of any size – by June 30 we will reach our goal!

Personalizing “The Police”: Detectives Lanita Cullinane ’91 and Vittoria Incandela Share Their Professional Experiences at a Community and Equity Assembly

April 24, 2017

On April 20, an extended Community and Equity assembly was moderated by student leaders Mary Craig ’17 and Kunaal Verma ’17, who posed questions from the Student Council and affinity groups, followed by an open Q&A. On stage were detectives Lanita Cullinane ’91, from the Boston Police Department, and Vittoria Incandela, from the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office Investigative Bureau in Chicago. They opened up for the entire body of students, faculty, and staff — about the realities of law enforcement officers’ day-to-day lives, the threats they face, and the difference they can make in the communities they serve and protect.

Upcoming Spring Performing Arts Events

April 24, 2017

Please find a list of all of the spring performing arts events at CA! A few highlights:

Directors Festival Workshop, Friday, May 12, and Saturday, May 13, at 8 p.m. in the P.A.C.
Chamber Music Concert, Monday, May 22, at 6 p.m. in the Chapel
Read more for additional performances and details!

Help Make Exam Week Sweet for Our Students

April 24, 2017

The Exam Treats Committee is looking ahead to May, when we will organize one of CA’s sweetest traditions: distributing bags of treats to students as they start their second semester exams. Volunteers are needed to stuff the exam treat candy bags for our students on Friday, May 26, at 8:30 a.m. in the Trudy conference room (off the first floor of the Stu-Fac). If you can’t help on May 26, you can still support this effort by dropping off individually wrapped candy (ideally, 400 small pieces of the same kind) in the specially marked bin just inside the front door of Aloian by Thursday, May 25. Any questions? Please email Kim Tesson (ktesson22@hotmail.com) or Kristen Kina (kristenkina@yahoo.com).

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