We like to share what’s happening at CCCBSD!
From newspapers to the web, and in social media and video reports, people are talking about The Children’s Center for Communication/Beverly School for the Deaf! Check out some stories below.
Here are some recent TV spots, articles and other media:
Diversifying the learning process with 3D printing at CCCBSD. Ultimaker.com, November 2018
A voice for the deaf; Author’s provocative history of deaf education focus of Salem Anthenaeum panel. Gloucester Daily Times, November 2018
Newburyport makes special needs swings a priority. Newburyport News, Summer 2018
Beverly school embraces TAD Technology. Wicked Local, Summer 2018
Beverly school acquires 3D printer. Wicked Local, Summer 2018
Beverly school receives $11K donation. Wicked Local, Summer 2018
Runners are in good company for the annual Lone Gull 10K. Cape Ann Magazine, Summer 2018
CCCBSD receives donation from BSAA. Wicked Local, Summer 2017
School Days -Take a peek inside The Children’s Center for Communication, Beverly Magazine, Fall 2017
CCCBSD Mark Carlson delivers wheelchair to boy’s home who had his stolen. Boston Ch. 5.
Level Renner coverage of the 8th annual Lone Gull 10K race in Gloucester.
Salem Evening News: Writer Gerald Shea gave a reading at the school for his book “Song Without Words.
Beverly Citizen: Two serious Marathon Runners are also teachers at CCCBSD and they ran in 2014 for two students.
Lynn Batty Receives Bammy Award!
The Salem Evening News : By Jonathan Phelps – ‘Super’ Beverly athletes inspire championship players visit School for the Deaf
The Jewish Journal : Ben Klein discusses volunteering at CCCBSD
WERS 2/19/2012: WERS discusses technology at CCCBSD
The Boston Globe: CCCBSD partners with Hamilton-based non-profit The Musary
The Beverly Citizen: CCCBSD partners with Hamilton-based non-profit The Musary
Hamilton-Wenham Patch: CCCBSD partners with Hamilton-based non-profit The Musary
The Beverly Citizen: Congressman Tierney visits CCC/BSD
The Boston Globe: CCCBSD opens new academic wing
All media inquiries can be directed to Jean Hennessey, Communications Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.