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Will Portman

October 19, 2009

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Swine flu scare promotes healthy habits

Amanda Young

October 14, 2009

By Haleigh Miller, ’12, News Editor Swine flu has sent shivers down spines and prompted changes to formerly acceptable methods of sneezing in the past few months. Those who normally reuse a tissue are reaching for the hand...

Parents' Association creates online community

Amanda Young

October 8, 2009

By Rebecca Miller, ’12, Contributor This year, the Parents’ Association aims to bring CCDS together through the CCDS Business Exchange and Community Bulletin Board website. The website is an online place for CCDS fa...

39 Students earn AP recognition

Amanda Young

October 8, 2009

By Isaac Guttman, ’10, News Editor Thirty-nine members of the Classes of 2009 and 2010 achieved recognition from the Advanced Placement program for high scores on exams. Of the 1.7 million students worldwide who took Advanced...

Eleven seniors named National Merit Semifinalists

Will Portman

September 16, 2009

By The Scroll staff Eleven members of the Class of 2010 have been named Semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship program. The Semifinalists are: Xanni Brown, Nick Brown, Kevin Baxter, Jayne Caron, Sebastian Koochaki, T...

Julie Fleischmann to lead Board of Trustees

Amanda Young

September 15, 2009

By Victoria Mairal-Cruz, ’12, Contributor (photo courtesy of CCDS) Getting an M.B.A. at Harvard Business School is like taking a test every day: each night you have to work on a case, and you must be prepared to present and defe...

Nineteen new students join Upper School

Amanda Young

September 15, 2009

By Rebecca Miller, ’12, Contributor The Upper School welcomes 19 new students, continuing a trend of 16 to 20 new students a year that began in the 2003-2004 school year.  Despite the large number of new students, thi...

Middle School restructuring running smoothly

Amanda Young

September 15, 2009

By Annie Nesbitt, ’13, Contributor The move of the fifth grade from the Elementary School to the Middle School seems to be having a positive impact on students and teachers alike. Mrs. Beth Langenbahn, fifth and sixth grade...

Sebastian Koochaki among best chemistry students in nation

Amanda Young

September 15, 2009

By Haleigh Miller, '12, News Editor Sebastian Koochaki, ’10, has excelled in chemistry both independently and collaboratively on a local and a national scale.  Koochaki placed in the top 50 high school students in the nation...

US Student Council proposes initiatives to bring community together

Isaac Guttman

September 15, 2009

By Hannah Stewart, '12, Contributor There is no doubt that the Upper School Student Council’s goal for the 2009-2010 school year is to bring the community together. Led by Student Council President Xanni Brown, ’10, Student...

Two new teachers join US faculty

Isaac Guttman

September 15, 2009

By Adriana Ungerleider, '12, Contributor For the 2009-2010 school year, the Upper School added two new teachers to its faculty.  While the school year has just began, the new math and computer science teacher, Mr. John Carriero,...

Minding the gap: CCDS remains cost-conscious, focuses on revenue-raising initiatives

Isaac Guttman

September 15, 2009

By Isaac Guttman, ’10, News Editor Last spring when the administration drew up this year’s budget, it planned on a slightly higher enrollment for the 2009-2010 school year (see “Nineteen ­­ new students join Upper School; small s...