Today is Sunday, December 04, 2016


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    Dr. Linda Hirsch and Dr. Matthew Beyranevand invite you to an #askCPS tweet chat on the first Thursday of the month starting December 1st from 8:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Topics discussed will be academics, curriculum, instruction, and assessment. Join us with questions, ideas, and inquiries by adding the hashtag #askCPS to all your tweets at 8pm ET on December 1st.

  • Parker In June, Parker Middle School Band Program was awarded a generous grant from Music Drives Us. These funds allowed the Parker Band to fully outfit the percussion section. Equipment that had been purchased 40 years ago has now been replaced, including three new Ludwig Timpani as well as a new Tama concert bass drum, in addition to a 4.3 Octave Adams Marimba, which is a new instrument for the Parker Band. These instruments were delivered this fall, and are now in use by the members of the Parker percussion section. Use of these instruments supports the CPS Band Curriculum, as well as standards outlined in the MA Music Frameworks. Read More.

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  • 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.

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  • Incoming Grade 5 PARKER - Fine & Performing Arts


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phone If your child will be home from school, please call us at 251-5133 and dial "4100", or email us at to report your child absent. If you do not call in, our office will issue a ConnectEd message to the families of all absent students whose parent has not called in. It will be a generic message indicating that your child is absent and to please call back or send in a note the next day to insure that the absence is recorded as an excused absence instead of an unexcused absence. The last part of the message urges you to contact immediately if you believe our call to be an error.

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