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Homework Help for Middle Schoolers? You Can Do It!

If you ask people what they consider the most challenging age group for teaching/mentoring, most would probably say middle school, grades 6 through 8. Yet dozens of CSV volunteers arrive at the Vassal Lane Upper School (as well as at four other Upper Schools), after-school, several days a week, to offer homework help to that exact age group. And they do it because they

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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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High School Orientation

Join Laura Margosian for the last high school orientation of the academic year on May 20, from 1:00-2:30 PM, in Room 2407 at CRLS


Volunteer Recognition & 25th Annual Mack I. Davis II Awards

Join us for the 25th Annual Mack I. Davis II Awards, the Kenneth S. Neal Award, and our recognition of all Cambridge School Volunteers. Online Ticketing for Reception to Honor Cambridge School Volunteers & Mack I. Davis II Awards powered by Eventbrite


“Just the Facts” – CSV’s Latest Workshop for Math Volunteers

What part does fact fluency play in the new curriculum (Math in Focus) and how does it encourage relational thinking? How can we help students build this number sense? These were the types of questions answered during Glen Sherman’s March workshop “Just the Facts: How Strategic Fact Fluency Development Helps Build Number Sense for All Kids.” As a CPSD math coach, Glen works with

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A Typical Day at the CSUS After-School Learning Center

Imagine using all of your senses to take in the mixture of noise, energy and general mood in a middle school during the school day, and then comparing that to the low hum of 6th to 8th graders working one-to-one with a tutor, just minutes after the school day is over. The comparison is like night and day! Welcome to the after-school Learning Center

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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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K-8 Orientation

Join Kasey Appleman in Room 2407, CRLS, for a K-8 Orientation