June 3, 2010
Each year, Cambridge Rindge & Latin School graduates nearly four hundred ambitious, beautiful, interesting, funny, dedicated, special, and spirited young people into the real world.
On average, 92 percent of each graduating class heads off to a two or four-year college, university or technical school.
Every new graduate has a story to share. We have compiled the stories of a few, some of which were chosen on the merits of their academic standing and some of which were chosen by the school for the way in which they embody the school motto of Opportunity, Diversity, and Respect.
Visit the CRLS Class of 2010 “Super Seniors” pages here: http://www.cpsd.us/crls/SS2010/
June 3, 2010
Friday, June 11th
9:30 am High School Extension Program (Upton St. Gym)
Tuesday June 15th
1:00 pm Baldwin
Wednesday June 16th
1:00 pm Peabody
3:00 pm Tobin
Thursday June 17th
1:00 pm Cambridgeport
3:00 pm King Open
Friday June 18th
9:00 am Haggerty 6th Grade Moving on Ceremony
1:00 pm Kennedy/Longfellow
3:00 pm ML King
Monday June 21st
1:00 pm Graham & Parks
3:00 pm Amigos
Tuesday June 22nd
1:00pm Fletcher Maynard Academy
May 5, 2010
On Tuesday, April 28th, the Tobin Montessori School had its April visiting artists present to students in all grades. Students heard musicians play the violin, cello, and piano. Students in grades 1 and 2 had a chance to speak with the musicians and learn more about the instruments in small workshops.
On May 3rd, Giles Laroche visited. Giles is a nationally-known children’s illustrator. He shared with the students at an all-school assembly how a book is made. Giles then led cut paper art workshops with the students in grades 3 and 4.
On May 7th, an opera singer from Longy School of Music will perform for the entire school. In June, the Tobin will have musicians and dancers performing for students and talking with them in small workshops. “We are thrilled that we have met our organization’s objective of having at least one professional artist visit every month and are looking forward to meeting this goal again next year,” said Principal Seth Lewis-Levin.
April 14, 2010
There was a great story in the Cambridge Chronicle recently about the unsung heroes of CRLS. To read about these terrific students, click here
[ http://www.wickedlocal.com/cambridge/news/education/x1089265688/-Unsung-Heroes-are-quietly-recognized-at-Cambridge-Rindge-and-Latin ]
April 14, 2010
Friends Of CRLS (FOCRLS) is proud to announce the recipients of its Fourth Annual Faculty Grants program. The following CRLS faculty and staff received FOCRLS Faculty Grants:
Greta Hardina, for her proposal “CRLS Parent Ambassadors”
Juan Casillas, for his proposal “International Community Service with Dominican Republic”
Maria Giacchino and Ramazan Nigdelioglu, for their proposal “CRLS Trip to Turkey”
Janet O’Reilly and Yen Tieu, for their proposal “Getting Smarter! Incorporating Live Document Imaging Into the Classroom”
Angelica Allende Brisk, for her proposal “YVC Online! Summer 2010”
Jennifer McConnell, for her proposal “Clickers in the World Language Classroom: An Active Learning Approach”
Tobe Stomberg, for her proposal “Compost Club Educator T-Shirts”
Jeff Gaglione, for his proposal “Document Projectors”
Kristin Knowlton, Peter Mili, and Cale Moore, for their proposal “Math Applause”
Barbara Weaver, for her proposal “Part #2 CRLS History Club Research/Advocacy Field Trip to Washington DC”
Catherine Thomas, for her proposal “Slow Food Movement: A Food Revelation”
Friends of CRLS is a 501(c)3 tax-deductible non-profit public charity founded by two parents in January 2007. The group’s mission is to raise private funds from within the Cambridge community to support and enrich the academic and social development programs at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School.
Fore more info on the awards or FOCRLS, click here: www.cpsd.us/crls/News/index.html#FOCRLS10
April 9, 2010
• M.L. King seventh grade student Asad Lakhani of Cambridge has been named a semifinalist in the National Geographic Society-sponsored 2010 Massachusetts Geographic Bee. He will compete at Worcester State College on Friday, April 9.
• M.L. King third grade teacher, Kelly Langan, has been nominated as one of the 10 semifinalists for Massachusetts Teacher of the Year.
• A group of M.L. King 8th graders with faculty chaperones leave the morning of Friday, April 9 for a week-long trip to Hangzhou, China. They will spend time at a school in Hangzhou as well as visit the city of Shanghai. This is the fourth year that M.L. King students have traveled to China.
March 16, 2010
This year’s logo design contest winner for the 8th grade Student Science Showcase at MIT is Atsede Assayeghen from the Morse School. Atsede’s design will be featured on the invitations, T-shirts, and all promotional information. In addition, Atsede will receive a fantastic prize: a telescope.
Morse School student Atsede Assayeghen’s winning entry