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Concord-Carlisle High School's Student Newspaper
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The Voice

Concord-Carlisle High School's Student Newspaper
Reflections on the 2022 Nubian Square Field Trip

Reflections on the 2022 Nubian Square Field Trip

Felicity Zhang, Writer April 5, 2024

For many students at Concord-Carlisle, a bus ride on the highway to Boston at 8:30 A.M. on a weekday is not the most natural feeling. But for others, this route is one that they take every morning and...

A lovely book and a blanket to illustrate the stories title.
Credit: https://www.pexels.com/photo/bookmark-and-flower-on-a-book-19355484/

A Book and a Blanket

Kamala Bose, Writer November 28, 2023
Check out this short story by writer, Kamala!
Thank you to Anna (age 16), Chloe (age 15), Titouan (age 15), Wandrille (age 15), Maxime (age 14), Benoit (age 14), Mathias (age 16), and Maxime (age 15) for participating in this interview!

Reflections on the French Exchange Program

Hannah Daniel June 5, 2023

For two weeks in April, CCHS was a host school for several exchange students who had traveled from Notre Dame du Grandchamp, a high school in Versaille, France. These students stayed with...

Photo courtesy of Concord-Carlisle High School.

CCHS Class of 2023: A Glimpse into the Reflections & Futures of the Senior Class

Felicity Zhang June 5, 2023

Note: An abridged version of this article was published in the June 2 issue of the Concord Bridge. “Weird” and “confusing” are the words used by a number of seniors from Concord-Carlisle...

Pros and Cons of the 9th-Grade Academy

Pros and Cons of the 9th-Grade Academy

Sophia Annunziata June 5, 2023

Overview: What exactly is the 9th-Grade Academy? One of the initiatives that stemmed from the “2018-2023 Strategic Plan” was to focus more on team-teaching approaches to learning...

A Literary Legacy: Retirement of CCHS English Teacher Ms. Sutter

A Literary Legacy: Retirement of CCHS English Teacher Ms. Sutter

Felicity Zhang and Kai Henning June 5, 2023

English teacher Ms. Ingrid Sutter was once an “introverted and quiet” student who “hated group work,” but her experiences have gradually shown her “the value of putting yourself...

Saying Goodbye to the Lovely Linda Vice-Hisey – Her Legacy Lives On

Saying Goodbye to the Lovely Linda Vice-Hisey – Her Legacy Lives On

Aya Nour Belyazid June 5, 2023

“It is not my place to tell my students what to think, but it is my place to get my students to think for themselves so that they can broaden their horizons.” ~...

Farewell to a Transformative Teacher: Todd Sawyer

Farewell to a Transformative Teacher: Todd Sawyer

Hannah Daniel June 5, 2023

This year in Rhetoric class, English teacher Todd Sawyer taught his students how to write essays that were compelling, convincing, and captivating. He instructed his students to use many...

Sandy Haupt Retires from Mathematics Department – What it Adds Up to is that Well Miss You

Sandy Haupt Retires from Mathematics Department – What it Adds Up to is that We’ll Miss You

Sarah Annunziata June 5, 2023

We at the Voice hope that all CCHS students will join us in wishing Ms. Sandra Haupt a fond farewell as she retires this year. We are very sad to see the end of Ms. Haupt’s time as an...

Chinese Classes and Art: Mr. Fengs Career Observations and Art Insight

Chinese Classes and Art: Mr. Feng’s Career Observations and Art Insight

Kai Henning June 5, 2023

Mandarin Teacher Bo Feng is retiring this year after ten years at CCHS. Mr. Feng not only teaches Chinese but is also a presence in the arts. Earlier this year, Mr. Feng exhibited in the...

“Life Lessons with Ms. Smith”: Retirement of CCHS’ Choral Director

“Life Lessons with Ms. Smith”: Retirement of CCHS’ Choral Director

Felicity Zhang June 5, 2023

(A special thank you to Mr. Thomas Keane and Ms. Kristen Lynch for their contributions!) Anyone who knows CCHS choral director Deborah Smith will...

Behind the Circulation Desk: Reflections on Ms. Frankes Career

Behind the Circulation Desk: Reflections on Ms. Franke’s Career

Kai Henning June 5, 2023

This year, Lou Ann Franke, the Assistant Librarian in the Learning Commons, is retiring after twenty-three years at CCHS. Of all the memorable moments...

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