Categories for Around the School

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...

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maaps 2020 Excellence in Teaching Award

Congratulations to Dana Peterson, of The Children’s Center for Communication / Beverly School for the Deaf, recipient of the distinguished maaps Excellence in Teaching Award. The award was presented  by...

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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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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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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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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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A Brief History The Children’s Center for Communication/Beverly School for the Deaf: Changing the Name

The Children’s Center for Communication/Beverly School for the Deaf (CCCBSD) was founded in 1876 as the New England Industrial School for Deaf Mutes.  Not uncommon for the time period, the...

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Accessibility Services in CCCBSD’s Music Program

CCCBSD is one of the few deaf/hard of hearing schools that offers music classes, and the music classroom itself is equipped with numerous unique and advanced accessibility services to give...

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CCCBSD’s Garden

  About a year ago, Sam Snow-Cronin started as a paraprofessional at CCCBSD. This summer, after noticing an unused raised garden bed outside the school, he thought that students could...

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