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    End of Mod Parent Coffee

    Parent Coffee is a series of presentations by administrators or other faculty/staff covering parenting topics related to teenagers and CSW. The coffee is regularly followed by the End of Mod Show. This Mod's discussion topic is as follows:

    Reflections on Making Caring Common initiative
     
    Earlier this year the CSW community participated in a climate survey to measure: school values, support and connectedness, rules and expectations.  The values explored in the MCC survey as well as outlined in MCC's Turning the Tides II report, highlight the importance and relevance of  PACE curriculum we are excited to launch in the fall 2019.   Please join Director of Community Health & Counseling Jen Quest – Stern and Director of Equity and Inclusion, Rosanna Salcedo as they unwrap  CSW’s survey results and put those results in the context of CSW teachings.

    End of Mod Show

    Garthwaite Center for Science and Art - Community Gallery - CG


    The End-of-Mod Show features an entire mod's worth of student work in the arts.
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    Wilderness Trip

    Sea kayaking trip in coastal Maine

    The trip will run from May 3rd - 6th (over mod break) and will involve four days and three nights of kayaking and camping on small islands in the coastal waters near Brunswick, Maine. 

    No previous kayaking or camping experience is required and all necessary gear can be provided. Students will get to know a new place, learn some new skills, connect with other CSW students, restore and refresh your mind, have a lot of fun, and/or earn an athletic credit. 
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    Wilderness Trip

    Sea kayaking trip in coastal Maine

    The trip will run from May 3rd - 6th (over mod break) and will involve four days and three nights of kayaking and camping on small islands in the coastal waters near Brunswick, Maine. 

    No previous kayaking or camping experience is required and all necessary gear can be provided. Students will get to know a new place, learn some new skills, connect with other CSW students, restore and refresh your mind, have a lot of fun, and/or earn an athletic credit. 

    SATs

    7:30am drop off, pick ups: 10:45am & 12:45pm
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    Wilderness Trip

    Sea kayaking trip in coastal Maine

    The trip will run from May 3rd - 6th (over mod break) and will involve four days and three nights of kayaking and camping on small islands in the coastal waters near Brunswick, Maine. 

    No previous kayaking or camping experience is required and all necessary gear can be provided. Students will get to know a new place, learn some new skills, connect with other CSW students, restore and refresh your mind, have a lot of fun, and/or earn an athletic credit. 
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    Wilderness Trip

    Sea kayaking trip in coastal Maine

    The trip will run from May 3rd - 6th (over mod break) and will involve four days and three nights of kayaking and camping on small islands in the coastal waters near Brunswick, Maine. 

    No previous kayaking or camping experience is required and all necessary gear can be provided. Students will get to know a new place, learn some new skills, connect with other CSW students, restore and refresh your mind, have a lot of fun, and/or earn an athletic credit. 
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    Zoo

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The Cambridge School of Weston is a progressive high school for day and boarding students in grades 9–12 and PG. CSW's mission is to provide a progressive education that emphasizes deep learning, meaningful relationships, and a dynamic program that inspires students to discover who they are and what their contribution is to their school, their community and the world.