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Feeding Children Everywhere

The Canton LEO Club, advised by Cecile Mancini and Gabrielle Aitchison, ran a successful Feeding Children Everywhere event at Canton High School on Saturday May 30, in which 8,646 meals were packed that will be donated locally and internationally, most likely going to Nepal.

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Concert in the Park

Monday, June 8th at 6:00 p.m., (No rain date) at Mills Pond Park

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Canton BOE Partnership with the Valley Press

The Canton Board of Education recently recognized Valley Press Staff Writer, Alicia Smith, for her work on the BOE Spring Newsletter.

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Upcoming Event:
Parent-to-Parent "It Takes a Village"


A parent support group open to any parents who would like a place to share parenting issues, stress management techniques or simply to seek support of others experiencing similar life situations.

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Students Hold Toy Drive

Canton Adolescents Taking Action (CATA) recently held a toy drive. All toys will be delivered to Connecticut Children's Medical Center.

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Professional Learning Committee holds EdCamps

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Summer Extravaganza 2015!
Back and better than ever!

Learn about summer enrichment opportunities for students of all ages.

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Unified Basketball Team

The Canton High School Unified Basketball team competed in the 2nd Annual NCCC Unified Basketball Tournament.

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Canton Public Schools has again been recognized as one of the "Best Communities for Music Education" presented by The NAMM Foundation.

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UMass Jazz Festival Press Release

The Canton High School Jazz Ensemble was selected as the outstanding big band at the UMass Jazz Festival on Saturday, February 28, 2015.

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Michelle Ott receives Excellence in Teaching Award

CHS Chemistry and Biology teacher, Michelle Ott, is awarded Connecticut Science Teachers Association "Excellence in Secondary School Science Teaching Award 2014-2015."

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Kids' Lit Competition

Canton Intermediate School students recently participated in an international reading competition called Kids’ Lit Competition.

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Canton Cares

The Canton School system and community raises money for the American Heart Association as part of National Wear Red Day.

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Canton High School Jazz Ensemble Receives Top Honors at 2015 Berklee Jazz Festival

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Canton High School recognized as a top ten high school in the state by US News and Report

Canton High School was recently ranked # 10 in Connecticut and ranked among the best high schools nationwide.

CHS received the Gold Medal award for the first time ever for its nationwide ranking.

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Spring 2015 Newsletter

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Science Strategic Areas of Growth 2014-2015

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SAT Scores 2014

The Scholastic Aptitude Test is a pre-admission aptitude test in Math, Reading, and Writing, accepted by most colleges as part of their college admissions process. It is administered by College Board, the same company that administers the AP (Advanced Placement) Tests, and is developed, published, and scored by the Educational Testing Service (ETS).

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AP Scores 2014

The College Board's Advanced Placement Program (AP) is an extensive program that offers high school students the chance to participate in college level classes, thereby broadening their intellectual horizons and preparing them for college work. It also plays a large part in the college admissions process, showing both a student's intellectual capacity and his or her genuine interest in learning. The program also allows students to earn college credit for high performance; many colleges award 3 credits for scores of 3 or above on various AP exams.

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