Sign Post - Fall 2022
November 9 , 2022
CCCBSD is fully accredited and licensed by the State of Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. It provides highly specialized academic programs to support the individual learning and communication needs of students from birth through age 22 and includes preschool, elementary, middle and high school students. Summer and after school programs provide student enrichment and opportunities for continued language and communication development. Additional programs include the Parent-Infant/Toddler Program (PIP), district-wide school consulting, outreach programs and American Sign Language instruction for infants and children, adults, families and the community.
CCCBSD has students from 40 different communities.
Our clinical staff
includes physical, occupational therapists, and speech language therapists, clinical coordinators, assistive technologists and media specialists.
The campus has been designed using ‘Deaf Space’ , universal design (UD), and accessibility through our buildings and learning spaces.
Our school year is a
in order to ensure continued learning and skill acquisition.
Our Consult and Parent Infant Program serve children from
Our curriculum coordinator and teachers modify and adapt the state curriculum frameworks
for each student.
To sign up as a player or volunteer, visit https://cccbsd.org/community-programs/miracle-league/. ...
Last week, Christine Majeskey’s class used their earnings from CCCBSD’s Market day to paint pottery at Clay Dreaming Studio in Beverly. Students loved this activity and can’t wait to see their finished products! ...
We need you! We are looking for players and volunteers for this Saturday`s miracle league game. To sign up for either, visit https://cccbsd.org/community-programs/miracle-league/. ...
Students in Cassie Page’s class have been planning their own outings for their “Global Passport” theme. Last week, they chose Wahlburgers and had a great time. ...
Jill Teixeira’s class spent this month being “community explorers”. They were able to swim at the Beverly YMCA, meet and greet horses at Infinity Equine and take a tour of the new Beverly Police Station. CCCBSD staff and students are grateful to all of our community partners that help give students these life experiences. ...