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Dreams Since Social Distancing Have Become More Vivid

Dreams Since Social Distancing Have Become More Vivid

May 26, 2020

I sat under the table in an abandoned cafe in NYC. I thought I had defeated the robot gorilla—but, really, who could be sure? After a few minutes of...

Some CRLS students that are working as grocery store employees have to choose between earning money and their health.

CRLS Students Who Were Grocery Store Employees Pre-Pandemic Now Essential Workers

May 26, 2020

While many CRLS students and their families are stuck at home all day during these times, there are some students who, in many cases, are having more ...

Pictured: Junior Adel Baimatova's workspace at home.

CRLS Students Push Through Hardships of Quarantine

April 30, 2020

The novel Coronavirus (or COVID-19) outbreak that has caught the world by surprise in recent months has led to dramatic lifestyle changes for people th...

Pictured: One of the district's meal distribution centers.

Cambridge Principals Reflect on the Daunting Task of Transitioning to Distance Learning

April 30, 2020

As the student body of Cambridge Public Schools has settled into taking courses online using such means as Google Classroom or video call platforms like ed...

Pictured: Senior Amelia Bronfman doing school work at home.

A Different Kind of Closure: Seniors Will Leave High School Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

April 25, 2020

At 6:57 PM on a Thursday afternoon, students in the Cambridge Public School System received an email from the school administration stating, “Cambridge Public Sc...

CRLS Reacts to Distance Learning and Having to Do School at Home

CRLS Reacts to Distance Learning and Having to Do School at Home

April 24, 2020

In the weeks after COVID-19 caused institutions nationwide to close, many schools have begun to practice distance learning, a method that utilizes online a...

The New Normal for CRLS Educators: Teaching While Parenting

The New Normal for CRLS Educators: Teaching While Parenting

April 24, 2020

Over the past month, since Cambridge schools closed due to the Coronavirus outbreak, CRLS faculty have been diligently adjusting to holding online cla...

Some CRLS students miss the social interaction that they experience in school and the boost it gives their mood.

Limited In-Person Interaction Takes a Toll on Mental Health of CRLS Students

April 24, 2020

We all know how the physical health of CRLS students may have deteriorated during this quarantine. Staying inside all day on a computer screen, and thus ...

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. 

For two months, music was played over the loudspeaker during passing times at CRLS.

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...

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