Updates and Events
August 27, 2020
It was such a pleasure to welcome the faculty back to a new school year today!
As we continue to prepare for the return of students, a busy week is ahead that includes multiple virtual parent opportunities. A complete list of dates and events is found at the bottom of this email.
We are thrilled to partner with Open Table as we suspend food provisions for now at CCHS to prepare for the school reopening. Open Table is available on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and anyone is welcome to collect the same grocery items in their Maynard Fresh Air Pantry. Details are available here.
Finally, everyone will be required to complete a daily electronic screener indicating their lack of COVID symptoms prior to coming to school. We are building the process in Aspen. In preparation for this process, please locate your Aspen login and password.
If you do not remember your Aspen account credentials, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. If you do not remember your password and have set up password auto-recovery, you can reset your password automatically by clicking I forgot my password at the bottom of the Aspen the login screen. To set up password recovery once logged into Aspen, navigate to Set Preferences > Security. Select a security question, enter your security answer and save. You will now be able to use the auto-recovery feature if you forget your password in the future.
Have a great weekend.
Sunday, August 30 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Event: CCHS Intersections Club X Massachusetts Event
Who: High school activist from 10 schools in MA (South Hadley, Newton North, Newton South, Boston Latin Academy, Boston Latin School, Bromfield, Arlington, Westford, Brookline, and Concord-Carlisle).
What: Share the issues that are occurring in their school community, their response to the current social issues and movements, and the clubs/initiatives they are leading.
When: Sunday, August 30th from 7:00-9:00pm.
– The first section of the conference attendees will hear from our student presenters.
– Following our last high school presenters, we will hold a discussion with audience members to address all the ideas that they found interesting in the conference and further serve as an opportunity for them to share their own experiences.
Everyone interested in attending should RSVP by THIS Saturday using our website:
Monday, August 31 6:30 p.m.
How to Support Children in a Hybrid/Remote Learning Environment PreK-5
Tuesday, September 1 7 p.m.
Emerson Hospital Hosts Virtually:
Connected Youth: Loneliness in Children and Adolescents
Wednesday, September 2 7 p.m.
How to Support Children in a Hybrid/Remote Learning Environment Grades 6-12