Science Olympiad

Work with Young Scientists November Through March

Want to cultivate a love of science in the heart of a Cambridge student? Does working with the scientists of tomorrow sound interesting to you? Want to make connections with other great scientific minds within the community? Consider being a mentor for a Cambridge Rindge and Latin School student in the annual statewide Science Olympiad competition! Cambridge School Volunteers is looking for mentors in

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Want to help a CRLS student succeed?

High school tutors needed! We have a list of students asking for tutoring, and we particularly need tutors who can support students in mathematics (algebra, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, pre-calculus or calculus) or science (especially physics and chemistry). Do you have 1-2 hours per week to come assist a student? Come join us at a high school orientation to learn more about the Tutoring Center,

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Calling All New Volunteers

Want to make a real difference in the life of a Cambridge student?  Each year, Cambridge School Volunteers places hundreds of volunteers as tutors and mentors in the Cambridge Schools, grades K-12. In classrooms, Learning Centers, and before- and after-school programs throughout the city, each CSV volunteer dedicates at least 1 or 2 hours a week, on a week day, supporting the academic and

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Come back for Science Olympiad

Re-visit your old science notes…re-awaken your inner chemist…gaze again at the heavens and stars – it’s time to start preparing the CRLS student team for the annual statewide Science Olympiad competition. Cambridge School Volunteers is once again putting out the call to interested scientists and engineers who can help the CRLS team from now until the competition in March. Whether your interests are in

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Meet Corinne Johnson – Recent Mack Davis Winner

Corinne Johnson began tutoring chemistry in the CSV Tutoring Center five years ago. From the start, Corinne distinguished herself. At that time, she was tutoring a student who had previously been home schooled. He was struggling to integrate into school and keep up with chemistry. Corinne took the initiative to meet with his teacher, help him organize all of his assignments, and track his

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Mack I. Davis Awards 2015

Background jazz music by the CRLS “Delivery Boys”; savory hors d’oeuvres provided by Harvard University’s Public Affairs Office – CSV’s host for the event; the snapping of photos by thrilled family members; hugs and congratulations to so many, from so many; a rotating slide show of this year’s school volunteers; a dance performance by the CRLS Ethiopian Club – all of it reflected the

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2015 Science Olympiad Wrap Up

This past month the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (CRLS) Science Olympiad team and their CSV volunteer mentors gathered over a burrito buffet to celebrate another excellent year of student and volunteer collaboration and teamwork. The Science Olympiad fun started in November with an all team kick-off training with students and volunteer advisors coming together to learn about the partnership, map out their event plan, and share their passion of

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FY 2014 Annual Report

CSV is pleased to present this report of our work in the 2013-2014 school year. It was a year of expansion of our upper school programs, adding new corporate partners to our NetPals program, and new tutors in our fledgling Learning Center programs. Thank you to all of the volunteers, supporters, and sponsors who made it possible. Please use these links to view and

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Science Olympiad Fun to Begin

Re-visit your old science notes…re-awaken your inner chemist…gaze again at the heavens and stars – it’s time for the annual statewide Science Olympiad competition with students at CRLS! Cambridge School Volunteers is once again putting out the call to interested STEM aficionados who can help the CRLS team from now until the competition in March. Whether your interests are in astronomy, geology, bridge building

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Kris Newton, CRLS Science Teacher and Science Olympiad Coach, Receives Kenneth S. Neal Award from CSV

Kris Newton receiving her award from Laura Margosian, Director of High School Programs Kris Newton began her teaching career 23 years ago at CRLS. She serves as Physics Teacher and Instructional coach for her colleagues. Past her modest demeanor, Kris possesses an extensive background of accomplishments. Kris holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from MIT, a M.Ed. from the Harvard Graduate School

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