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Alumni Gather for Festive Reuion

Alumni Gather for Festive Reuion

130 Cotting alumni gathered on Sunday, June 13, to connect with friends and former teachers, to reminiscence and to laugh. Alumni President Rich Hay, ‘95, led a short business meeting during which alums voted to allocate their dues payments to the Cotting Fellowship, a program that helps train the next generation of special education teachers. President Dave Manzo welcomed alums and spoke of new additions in the school. He also mentioned that this coming October, we will install a plaque commemorating 241 St. Botolph Street as the home of Cotting School from 1904-1988. Alumni will be invited to attend the... Read More

Wally Visits League

Wally Visits League

Cotting’s first season of Challenger Little League came to an end on Saturday, June 12, with Wally the Green Monster helping to hand out hard-earned trophies to current students and alumni players. Parent Bob Botticelli enlisted the help of Cotting alum, George Harvey, class of ’82, of Harrington Trophy Company, to arrange for trophies for each student. Coaches Ginny Birmingham, Barbara DeLuca, Cathy Mayo, Dede White, Sejal Shah, and Matt Cuddy were also given awards. Head Coach and Director of Adaptive Physical Education, Dan Cuddy, received a special award for his outstanding dedication and personal commitment to the students and... Read More

Class of 2010 Graduates

Class of 2010 Graduates

Cotting’s graduating class of 2010 celebrated their achievement on Friday, June 4 with a ceremony in the Louise H. Marr Auditorium. With a warm welcome from board member Michael Durkin, students shared favorite memories, accepted awards, and sang a few contemporary songs to express their gratitude for their years at Cotting and their hope for the future. Congratulations, Graduates!

Project Bridges Celebrates Partners

Project Bridges Celebrates Partners

Every spring the Cotting community recognizes and celebrates our partners in “Project Bridges,” a learning program that offers opportunities for our students to experience the world of work first hand. This year’s program recognized