On Monday, March 18, Mr. Teuber’s class visited the John Adams Courthouse in downtown Boston. Arranged by the organization Discovering Justice, the students went on a tour of the building, then met with an appellate justice, Judge William Meade. In a question and answer session, students learned about how the appellate court works and how the protections in the Bill of Rights are carried out in the courtroom.
Congratulations to Cotting parent, Fritz Klaetke! On February 10th, he won the Grammy for his graphic design of the Smithsonian’s CD collection titled “Woody at 100: The Woody Guthrie Centennial Collection.” In the past, Fritz has worked on a number of Woody compilations, but this was his first nomination for the Grammy for Art Director for Design. It was also the first time The Smithsonian won for one of their recordings. Luckily, Fritz and his wife, Susan Battista, caught the last flight from Logan to Los Angeles on Friday before the snowstorm. Susan says “getting the award is just... Read More
Lynn Stoller Receives Award Congratulations to Carolyn “Lynn” Stoller, Occupational Therapist in Cotting’s Prevocational Department, who was chosen to receive the American Occupational Therapy Association’s “Cordelia Myers Writer’s Award” at the 2013 Annual Conference & Expo in San Diego. The award is given to a first time lead author of a feature article. Lynn has a special interest in war-related sensory processing disorders and yoga as a treatment modality. She has trained yoga instructors in sensory-based techniques for combat stress and PTSD, conducted a pilot study of combat veterans and is co-investigator and first author of the Iraq yoga study, “Effects... Read More