I am pleased to announce that Laura Newton has been awarded the inaugural Augustus Thorndike Fellowship for the summer of 2010. Laura’s project was selected from a group of outstanding proposals. This summer Laura will expand the Cotting School Community Trip Curriculum. Her methods will include: reviewing current materials, linking community trips to the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks, developing pre- and post trip materials to support and reinforce learning goals and organizing materials for teachers. I want to extend my thanks to all who applied or nominated their fellow faculty members. As you know, the Augustus Thorndike Fellowship was endowed by... Read More
The afterschool Cotting School Chorus ended its current eight-week session with “Hope is a Hidden Star,” “Some People,” “I Just Can’t Wait to be King,” and “Come Lift Your Voice.” They will perform again at Spring Arts Night in May.
Cotting’s upper school students got an inside look at several career areas this week when a carpenter, a hairdresser, an electromechanical engineer and a video game developer and others came to Cotting to talk about their work. Students asked terrific questions, showed off their own hairstyles, were treated to a demonstration of an online video game, and saw a very large and impressive nail gun.
For the second year in a row, Cotting upper school students attended the Greater Boston Newspaper Contest awards ceremony at Suffolk University. Over 35 high schools enter this contest. See the latest edition of the Falcon Flyer.
Cotting Students Attend Newspaper Award Ceremony Thursday, March 11, 2010 For the second year in a row, Cotting upper school students attended the Greater Boston Newspaper Contest awards ceremony at Suffolk University. Over 35 high schools enter this contest. From left to right: Teacher Michael Teuber, Craig, Cameron, Elizabeth, Zachary, James, Madeline, Brendon, Kate, Keaton, and teachers Brenna O’Donnell and Meghan Qualters. See the latest edition of the Falcon Flyer here.