You are invited to an Ice Cream Social to honor our volunteers in the Cambridge Public Schools and to present the 27th annual Mack I. Davis II Awards & Kenneth S. Neal Award. Come help us celebrate your dedication, commitment, and longevity with ice cream. Children are welcome. Ice Cream Social and Volunteer Appreciation Thursday, May 24, 2018 * 4 PM – 6 PM
We’d like the chance to thank you in person. You are invited to the Volunteer Recognition event and 26th Annual Mack I. Davis II Awards. We also will present the Kenneth S. Neal Award, honoring an educator for community collaboration, to Dr. Kimberly Parker. Join us Wednesday, May 24, 4:00-6:00 pm, Fitzgerald Theater, Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, 459 Broadway. Refreshments will be served.
Jay Mahoney was nominated for the Kenneth S. Neal award by a Rindge Avenue Upper Campus (RAUS) parent for his inspiring work as a 7th grade science teacher and his willingness to take on the hard work of coordinating the RAUS NetPals program. The work of running a successful NetPals program starts with successful teaching, an ability which was recognized last year when Jay
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
“Piglet noticed that even though he had a Very Small Heart, it could hold a rather large amount of Gratitude.” ― A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh Today is the middle of “National Volunteer Week,” but here in Cambridge, we like to think it lasts year-round. We do pause in the spring, every year for the last twenty-five years, to spend an afternoon thanking the tutors, mentors,
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
Lisa Van Vleck, CSV’s Director of Corporate Programs, remembers it well. Kenny Neal (former teacher and assistant principal) and Lisa were meeting with Kathleen Granchelli of Draper Laboratory, when Kenny hatched the idea of an e-mail communication partnership. It would emphasize English Language Arts through correspondence between 8th graders and employees of local Cambridge companies. “Let’s call it KeyPals,” she recalls him saying.
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
CSV was delighted to honor Deputy Superintendent Carolyn Turk with its 2013 Kenneth S. Neal Award at this spring’s Mack I. Davis volunteer recognition event. The honor highlights an educator who has played a key role in the collaborative aspect of CSV’s work, strengthening volunteer programs and sustaining community involvement in the schools. The award recognized Dr. Turk’s support for CSV’s work over many