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Blast From The Past: March 1995

Blast From The Past: March 1995

March 26, 2020

This page, taken from the March 1995 edition of the Register Forum, provides a glimpse at CRLS 25 years ago. The article at the top of the page discusses the results of the third-ever Teen Health Survey, which was administered on April 2nd, 1994. The now-biannual Teen Health Survey was first distributed in 1989. Its objective has always been to describe the experiences of CRLS students regarding topics such as sexual health, mental health, and drug and alcohol use. However, the specific questions asked by the survey have changed over the years, ensuring the results are relevant and useful. For example, 2016 was the first year that students were asked questions about e-cigarette use. 

In a Blast from the Past, Music Briefly Joins Bells During Passing Time

In a Blast from the Past, Music Briefly Joins Bells During Passing Time

March 25, 2020

If you’ve been to school in the past two months, you have heard the music ringing through the halls during passing time. The music began being played on...

Amgen Scientists Visit CRLS to Discuss Careers in Biotech

Amgen Scientists Visit CRLS to Discuss Careers in Biotech

March 23, 2020

On Thursday, February 27th, a biotechnology company named Amgen held a panel for CRLS students at the Cambridge Public Library. Amgen, which has an of...

Latin Brought to Life at CRLS

Latin Brought to Life at CRLS

March 8, 2020

“As a Latin student, I was able to read the words that Caesar himself put down thousands of years ago … which gave me an insight into modern governments. I read Vergil’s original work, without having someone else translate it for me; there is nothing like reading text in its original language, in which language it was meant to be read,” she said. 

Muslim Culture Club: A CRLS Perspective on Global Islam

Muslim Culture Club: A CRLS Perspective on Global Islam

March 5, 2020

The following pieces are part of the Register Forum’s new series of guest-written contributions from different CRLS clubs. The views expressed in the...

Behind the Scenes: Greta Hardina, CRLS Family Liaison

Behind the Scenes: Greta Hardina, CRLS Family Liaison

March 5, 2020

Who makes everything run smoothly, pinpoints every detail, and organizes all the events from Curriculum Night and Parent-Teacher Conferences to information night for newcomers? You wouldn’t know, would you? She does her job well. The woman everyone knows as  “the one who sets up school tours and shadowing” does so much more.

2019-2020 Glocal Challenge Focuses on Water Crisis

2019-2020 Glocal Challenge Focuses on Water Crisis

February 7, 2020

The Glocal Challenge, organized by CRLS in partnership with EF Tours, is an interactive competition that encourages CRLS students to think, collaborate,...

Behind the Scenes at the Student Registration Center

Behind the Scenes at the Student Registration Center

February 5, 2020

“This is how [students] get into Cambridge Public Schools, whether they know it or not. Everybody has come through here. So they might not know it, but ...

Ms. Otty Brings Global Studies Certificate Program to CRLS

Ms. Otty Brings Global Studies Certificate Program to CRLS

February 4, 2020

Rachel Otty designed the Global Studies Certificate program at CRLS while on a one-semester sabbatical this fall. The requirements of the Global Studies Certifica...

Mr. Shi Retires from CRLS

Mr. Shi Retires from CRLS

February 4, 2020

Over the past twelve years, Chinese teacher Zuwei Shi has thoughtfully developed a program that allows CRLS students to delve deeply into Chinese langu...

Climate Change at CRLS

Climate Change at CRLS

January 21, 2020

The following pieces are part of the Register Forum's new series of guest-written contributions from different CRLS clubs. This centerspread was produced...

An Interview with French Teacher Kawtar Bhih Abdelgany

An Interview with French Teacher Kawtar Bhih Abdelgany

January 2, 2020

Ms. Kawtar Bhih Abdelgany currently teaches Honors French 5 and will teach AP French next semester. Register Forum:  What inspired you to become a teacher spe...

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