Update and Reminders May 17/Carlisle Community Trails Challenge
May 17, 2020
What a beautiful weekend!
If you plan to retrieve personal student belongings this week, please remember to bring face covering and gloves. The Board of Health order regarding face coverings is found here: https://www.concordma.gov/DocumentCenter/View/24698/SUMMARY-OF-BOARD-OF-HEALTH-ORDER-REQUIRING-USE-OF-FACE-COVERINGS-51120?bidId=
The recording of Friday’s Virtual Coffee is posted here: https://concordps.zoom.us/rec/share/xsxQMq3e_GVOes_9sU6GeqgLLqPcaaa81XdLrPYNzhzrX2w1gNNb0md8clWE99CE
The Joint School Committees will meet on Tuesday at 5 p.m. The agenda is posted here: https://www.concordps.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Joint-Agenda-5.19.20-1.pdf
The CCHS administrators began their tour in dropping lawn sides to the Class of 2020 in Carlisle! Many thanks to the Parents Association and all involved in decorating the rolling school bus! A great photo is posted here: https://twitter.com/cps_cchs/status/1261675456828489728. The tour will continue in Concord and Boston. This is one of a number of great events planned for the seniors!
Please see the message below about the upcoming Carlisle Community Trail Day Challenge in June.
Enjoy the evening.
Carlisle Community Trails Day Challenge
For this year’s Carlisle Community Trails Day Challenge, the Carlisle
Conservation Foundation and the Carlisle Trails Committee invite
Carlisleans of all ages to collectively walk the trails in Carlisle
throughout the month of June.
We are sorry that – due to the coronavirus pandemic – we can’t turn
out en masse in one day as we did last year for the First Annual
Carlisle Community Trails Day Challenge. But we are still a community
that shares an appreciation for the healing powers of nature. And we
can still find ways to celebrate and connect together. Individuals,
families and community groups are invited to participate in this year’s
revised “Trails Day” in ways that are safe and that conform to the
national, state and local guidelines then in place.
Visit our website, carlisletrailsday.org, and sign up for a walk. Choose
your own date and time. Document your walk with photos that you
can share with others. Post online with #carlisletrailsday. Visit CCF’s
Instagram feed – @ccf.nature – to see how we collectively walked the
trails in June, while keeping social distance.
Carlisle’s conservation lands and trails are a valuable resource to us
all. Let’s enjoy them together with the Carlisle Community Trails Day
Challenge in June.