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Lyn Burr Brignoli ’62 Honored with 2017 Joan Shaw Herman Distinguished Service Award

June 20, 2017

“Positive change flows from a human connection,” says Lyn Burr Brignoli ’62. She received the 2017 Joan Shaw Herman Distinguished Service Award in recognition of her sustained personal efforts on behalf of education both locally and internationally. As a volunteer teacher for children with Down syndrome and other special needs in her Connecticut community, she traveled to Ghana in 2000 with a Fulbright group of teachers. Following that initial trip, she has returned twice to undertake work on a girls’ education initiative.

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Beyond the Classroom Event was BEYOND Expectations!

May 9, 2017

THANKS TO ALL OF YOU! There were over 140 community members in attendance with faculty, staff, and students all participating to create a day of great fun and discovery. The kickoff in the Chapel with wonderful student music, workshops that allowed everyone to get a glimpse into the extracurricular depth of CA, students jamming in the Stu-Fac, the CA gear sale, the awesome food truck, and the lively cocktail party were all components that made the event a festive community gathering. From the teachers, to the students and parent volunteers, to the CA staff, and the community guests, we all came away grateful to be a part of such a spectacular community! Thank you to everyone for your part in the day.

Spring Sports Teams Enjoying a Banner Season

May 9, 2017

CA spring sport teams are enjoying an exceptional season and preparing for postseason league and NEPSAC tournament play! Impressively, all of our 10 varsity teams possess a .500 or better record. Go Green!

CASA Food Drive Ends Tomorrow, May 10

May 9, 2017

The Concord Academy Students in Action club (CASA) is hosting the Grand Grocery Challenge until tomorrow. The Grand Grocery Challenge is a food drive in which our goal is to raise 1,000 food items for Open Table, a food pantry with locations in Concord and Maynard that serves around 300 guests a week. We’re hoping for as many students as possible to participate by bringing in nonperishable food, toiletries, and household items, such as toilet paper, paper towels, dishwashing and laundry detergent, reusable shopping bags, diapers, and baby wipes. The class that brings in the most items will receive an ice cream party. We would greatly appreciate if parents could remind their children to look through their pantry and find a few items to donate. Thank you!

Private Screening of “BOSTON” Documentary at CA on May 17

May 9, 2017

Join the CA community for a private screening of BOSTON in the Performing Arts Center (P.A.C.) at Concord Academy on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. Register here.

CA alumna Eleanor Bingham Miller ’64, producer of the first feature-length documentary of the world’s oldest annual marathon, BOSTON, will return to Concord Academy as the 2016-17 Hall Fellow. Prior to her day on campus, she has arranged for this special viewing of BOSTON at CA.

End of Year Notes for Boarders

May 9, 2017

Boarding parents and host parents, please read this important announcement that was shared with boarding students from Director of Residential Life Annie Bailey. This document addresses Commencement, exam week schedules, summer storage, house clean-up, and moving-out procedures.

9th Annual Adrian Martinez Classic on Thursday, June 1

May 9, 2017

Lace up your running shoes because it’s time for the Ninth Annual Adrian Martinez Classic on Thursday, June 1, at Emerson Field in Concord. Run the one-mile race in your age category, try the first-timer’s mile if you haven’t run a competitive mile before, gather a team for the friends & family 4×400 relay, or just cheer on the other racers. Community races for runners of all abilities start at 4:30 p.m and elite races featuring several Olympic medalists and national record-holders start at 6:30 p.m. All funds raised through on-site donations, race entry fees, and sponsorship are split between the Adrian Martinez Scholarship Fund, which supports the college aspirations of Concord Carlisle High School (CCHS) students, and the CCHS track and field/cross-country program. Register to run at http://www.martinezclassic.com/services

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.

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.

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