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
From L to R: Supt. Jeffrey Young, Sharon McBride, Dan Dineen, Catherine Doyle, Catherine DeMaggio, Eve Loftus, Kris Newton, Faralove Raphael and Mayor David Maher Kudos to all of the volunteers honored at the Mack I. Davis II Awards and Recognition Event held on May 13th! CSV celebrated its more than 900 volunteers who served in grades K-12 of the Cambridge Public Schools during
Catherine DeMaggio receiving a Mack I. Davis Award from Lisa Van Vleck, Director of Corporate Programs for CSV Cathy DeMaggio’s career as a NetPals coordinator has mirrored her 31-year career at Cambridge Systematics (CS), where she has repeatedly undertaken new challenges. Cathy began work at CS in 1983. CS later moved to Alewife, where Cathy took on a management position and then transitioned to
RAUS 7th Graders Sharing Breakfast with NetPals Mentors The Spring has been a busy time for every 7th grader at both the Rindge Avenue (RAUS) and Cambridge Street (CSUS) Upper Schools where every 7th grade student has been corresponding with a NetPal science mentor from one of several Cambridge corporations. All students and mentors got to share projects and conversation over breakfast in March.
Student and NetPal Getting Acquainted at the Broad Known for pioneering work on the human genome, the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard (the Broad) has recently joined several other bio-medical companies that provide NetPals science mentoring to 7th graders at the Cambridge Street Upper School (CSUS). For many years, Broad employees volunteered as one-to-one tutors in the Cambridge public schools, most notably as
Ninth in the State! A heartfelt thank you goes out to our sixteen volunteer mentor-advisors who helped the Cambridge Rindge & Latin Science Olympiad Team members put their best effort into the statewide Science Olympiad Tournament on March 22nd. Kris Newton, CRLS physics teacher and coach of the team, appreciates that the “CSV mentors shared their time, resources and deep knowledge of specialized areas
In this era of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), there is nothing more exciting for some CRLS students than to engage in and prepare for the annual Science Olympiad (S.O.) competition. This year’s competition includes more than 20 events that range from Bungee Drop to GeoLogic Mapping, from Forensics to Mystery Engineering. Join this year’s team of S.O. volunteer advisors and help the
A grackle, waves in the water, wind in the trees, a robin, cabbage white butterflies, an insect on a flower, a brown sparrow, a purple flower, a white flower with a green center, a pine cone, cat tails, lupines, rocks – these creatures and natural objects were on one team’s list during the first few minutes of a unique intergenerational excursion to Fresh Pond Reservation
On Saturday, March 17th, the CRLS Science Team competed in the MA State Science Olympiad. Many of the students were matched up with mentors through the Cambridge School Volunteers. Read more about the students and this story at the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School website.
Watch out, world – Cambridge Rindge and Latin School sophomore Ruth Densamo is on a roll and advancing non-stop toward a career in science and engineering! Several of her recent accomplishments should shed some light. One of the youngest members of this year’s Science Olympiad team, Ruth met often with Novartis scientist Greg Paris, her CSV Science Olympiad advisor. She also prepared for the