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CCCBSD Miss You Challenge

With the COVID-19 virus forcing us all to stay home, CCCBSD students, staff and faculty have found new ways to stay connected. These videos take place at several different locations within the school and from staff homes. #cccbsdmissyouchallenge

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CCCBSD launches school-wide effort to support Australia

At CCCBSD, students, faculty and staff have been profoundly impacted by the tragedy of the Australian wildfires. As a community, we have engaged in a  school-wide series of actions to...

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Meet Ms. Arroyo, Preschool Teacher at CCCBSD

If you ever get the chance to spend time in Christina Arroyo’s classroom, not only will you be ambushed by a group of phenomenal preschoolers, but you will be impressed...

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The Miracle League of the North Shore

“I cannot wait for the baseball game tomorrow,” says Allie, a student at The Children’s Center for Communication/Beverly School for the Deaf (CCCBSD). Allie has been playing ball for many...

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Art at CCCBSD

Students at CCCBSD know art class to be a fun space. Though some students may find art more challenging than others, Sylvia Nolan, CCCBSD’s art teacher, is proud to say...

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The Star Student Cafe

The Star Student Cafe is an annual event in May giving CCCBSD students of all grades the chance to showcase their talents and hardwork. Teachers displayed a variety of work...

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Teacher Feature – Kelly Surette

Music teacher, Kelly Surette, has done some amazing things for the CCCBSD music program since she joined the team in September 2017. Enthusiastic, passionate, and kind, Kelly connects with her...

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21st Annual Spring Soiree Benefit Auction

Each year, The Children’s Center for Communication/Beverly School for the Deaf hosts the Spring Soiree Benefit Auction. This event, now in its 21st year, is a time to bring friends,...

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3D Printed ASL Cookie Cutters

  As a Valentine’s Day surprise for CCCBSD faculty, Janice Coughlin, Assistive Technology Specialist, and Joe Sharamitaro, IT Specialist, began using the 3D printer to to create cookie cutters of...

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Accommodating Students in APE Class

At CCCBSD, many students have mobility challenges and require the assistance of wheelchairs, walkers, or other mobility devices. When students step into the gym, Caitlyn Clair, APE (Adaptive Physical Education)...

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