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Training the Next Generation of Health Professionals

Training the Next Generation of Health Professionals

December 8, 2019

For almost thirteen years, the Health Assisting RSTA Program at CRLS has been fostering student interest in healthcare careers. The program is structured in a format that carefully introduces the students to the field and grants them a chance to gain a deep understanding of health assisting, while providing a multitude of opportunities to implement their skills on real patients.  The Health Assisting faculty—Mechille Venus, Kristian McLean, and Gana Hughes—have a combined 65+ years of nursing experience. These three incredibly qualified teachers guide the students along the program through four available courses.

Student Government Surveys Students About Incident Reporting

Student Government Surveys Students About Incident Reporting

December 8, 2019

On October 31st in CM, students were sent a survey to complete for the CRLS student government about their experiences and opinions of the school’s incident reporting process.

Collaboration Goes Deep in Underwater Robotics

Collaboration Goes Deep in Underwater Robotics

December 8, 2019

Every Thursday afterschool, around ten people gather in the third-floor marine biology room to create robots that can maneuver underwater.

“Our Schools” Assembly

“Our Schools” Assembly

December 1, 2019

On Thursday, November 14th, Mr. Christopher Montero’s class, “Our Schools: Liberation or Oppression” held an assembly in the basement of the Cambridge Public Library’s main branch next door.

Reconfigured 10th-Grade History Curriculum Becomes a Reality

Reconfigured 10th-Grade History Curriculum Becomes a Reality

December 1, 2019

This year, the CRLS History Department implemented a change in the curriculum for 10th-grade students.

College Application Mania

College Application Mania

November 30, 2019

The scary, anxiety-producing early application deadline of November 1st has passed, and seniors are now hopefully feeling relieved, with only a few hints of doubt,  and worry until it starts all over again for regular applications.

Experiencing the Classroom as a CRLS Teaching Assistant

Experiencing the Classroom as a CRLS Teaching Assistant

November 30, 2019

The Teaching Assistant Program at CRLS has continued to expand and change throughout CRLS’ existence. According to the CRLS course catalog, the TA pro...

CRLS Responds: “What are your holiday traditions/plans?”

CRLS Responds: “What are your holiday traditions/plans?”

November 30, 2019

This piece also appears in our November 2019 print edition. 

Spanish Club’s Food Truck

Spanish Club’s Food Truck

November 11, 2019

“I love to spread Spanish culture, and I just think that heritage is something to be celebrated and happy about. And who doesn’t want tacos?” exclaims CRLS Spanish teacher and Spanish Club advisor Eydie Ortiz with a laugh. 

Swastikas Found Written in Dust on Fifth Floor of CRLS

Swastikas Found Written in Dust on Fifth Floor of CRLS

November 11, 2019

Three days before the Jewish holiday Rosh Hashanah, on Friday, September 27th, the CRLS administration discovered two swastika symbols written in dust on a windowsill on the 5th floor of the Rindge building of CRLS. According to an email sent by CRLS Principal Damon Smith, these hate symbols were identified at approximately 7:20 AM.

The Spot: Helping Cambridge Residents in Need of Clothes

The Spot: Helping Cambridge Residents in Need of Clothes

November 7, 2019

The Spot is a program located in St. Francis Church on Cambridge Street in East Cambridge that provides gently-used clothing to those in need.

Preventing the Flu This Season

Preventing the Flu This Season

November 7, 2019

Anyone who’s ever missed a day of school knows how stressful having to stay home can be—piles of assignments to make up, notes to copy, and tests to study for. Even worse?

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