Professor Jon Star partners with CPS to implement new approach to teaching Algebra I.
When it comes to teaching Algebra I, Professor Jon Star believes it is not just what students are learning — as far as formulas and equations — but how they are exploring multiple explanations and strategies for solving algebra problems. Read More.
The Poetry Contest eBook is now available. All student entries have been published and can be downloaded from this link:
You simply click on the link from your tablet or smartphone and the eBook will load onto any eBook app. The eBook is in EPUB format and will load on all the major eBook apps.
Congratulations to all students who submitted. Every poem was special and deserves recognition so this e-book is to celebrate and share everyone’s work.
Next Gen Personal Finance, (NGPF) has recognized Danielle Trouve, a personal finance teacher at Chelmsford High School, as a 2016 NGPF Teacher Innovator Award winner for an activity that she submitted for our annual contest. Her Egg and Spoon Insurance Probability game incorporated concepts to teach her students about insurance. She will be receiving $1,000 and be a guest on an upcoming NGPF podcast.
The first annual Chelmsford In-Tune was a major success! The musical showcase occurred Friday, January 15, 2016 at the Performing Arts Center at Chelmsford High School. The event boasted a total of 27 acts, with an intermission, ranging from classical to acapella to rock and even pop! Students and staff from CHS, as well as friends from other towns came together to create this showcase that highlighted all their various talents! The event was hosted by LIME and Interact Club at the high school, run by student leaders Monica Chang, Drew Donoghue, and Elena Mieszczanski with faculty advisors Mr. Matthew Bartos, Ms. Tammy Leary, and Ms. Barbara Taha. The event featured the house band Gale County with member Mr. Steven Courtemanche from the high school. For only $10.00, students, faculty, and others from around the community were able to witness the monumental new event at the high school from 7:00 to 9:30PM. A grand total of over $3000.00 was raised! Not to mention, all proceeds were donated to three great organizations: the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, the American Cancer Society, and the CHS Alumni Association. Those that attended the first annual Chelmsford In-Tune were mesmerized and astounded by the sheer amount of talent and the nonstop diversity in musical acts. Chelmsford In-Tune was a huge success this year, and will only get better each year as LIME and Interact continue to run it. Mark it in your calendars! Chelmsford In-Tune is an event not to be missed next year!
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