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CGPS Staff Member Isaac Capers Retiring After 50 Years

Isaac Capers, a valued and dedicated member of the CGPS community, is retiring after over 50 years. We are all very grateful for his diligent service as a member of the maintenance team. “As long as I have been here...

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KCers Visit Alley Pond Environmental Center

On Friday, Jordi Fallon, Rachel Zeiger and Juliana Gluck’s KC class went to the Alley Pond Environmental Center for a program called Beautiful Butterflies to supplement their in-class studies on the insect. “As a...

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Graduating Seniors Visit Their Former Kindergarten Class

Last week, three future engineers set to graduate on Thursday — Zachary B., Ameen D. and Roxanne J. — came by the Grammar School to visit Denise Roeder, their former kindergarten teacher, and her class. In addition...

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2nd Graders Read Spanish Books to Reading Buddies

On Wednesday, Grammar School Spanish teacher Dana Cheriff and librarian Joanna Sondheim held a special Spanish Reading Buddies period with the second graders and their kindergarten reading buddies. To start, Ms....

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Young Musicians Shine in Spring Concert

Last week, the Middle School’s talented young musicians impressed the CGPS community at their spring concert. The Weekly spoke with Dr. Kary Haddad,...

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5th Graders Become Pioneers

As a part of their social studies unit on westward expansion, Linda Beasley’s 5th-grade students have been playing a fun, hands-on game called Pioneers...

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6th Grade Technology Class Gets Right to the Nuts and Bolts

Each year, William Rachmiel's 6th-grade technology class learns to use technology in an efficient, positive and valuable way to enhance their academic and personal goals.

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Prep School Theater Students Tour Theatrical Supplies Company

By Sarah Cusick, Prep School theater department head

On May 16, Production...

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E-Waste Disposal Event Is a Huge Success

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Dakota F. ’20 and Tessa W. ’20 Among Girls Basketball All-State Selections

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