Vol. 4: December Newsletter
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C.A.S.H. is a Community-empowered Academy that prepares students from diverse backgrounds to pursue advanced studies and careers in the fields of Science and Health.



Our vision is to prepare all students to develop the skills and confidence to attain personal, academic, and career goals.  Our students will have multiple opportunities to participate in job shadowing, internships, and hands-on experiences in the fields of science and health.

CASH has an open-door policy whereby families are directly involved in the school community as collaborators who support student learning.  Parents participate in school leadership, parent-teacher conferences, school initiatives, and post-secondary planning.


Jan 5: Classes Resume

Jan 8: Parent Council
Jan 22: Perspective Student Open House

Jan 24: January SATs

Jan 30: 2nd Term Ends

Feb 6: Job Shadow Day

Feb 12: 
Senior Photos


CASH Website

ASPEN Parent Portal

BPS Parent University

College & Career Guide

Office of Student & Family Engagement
Ms. Nusy Hassan
Mr. Chase Grogan
(617) 635-8950 x 31409

Banana Yogurt Wheat Muffins
 Submitted By:
Ms. Walkup, English Teacher

-4-5 Bananas
-1 1/3 Cup Nonfat Greek yogurt
-1/3 Cup honey
-1 egg
-1 Tsp. cinnamon or to taste
-4 Tbsp. Chia seeds (optional)
-2 Tsp. baking powder
-1 ½ Cups whole wheat white flour OR ¾ Whole wheat flour and ¾ + 1/8 cup —-white flour

For the full directions on this amazing AND healthy dish, CLICK HERE! 

The CASH community continues to be a busy place! There are several partnerships that the CASH students continue to share their gifts and talents with. One of the most recent partners has been the KIT Clark Senior Center. In the past month, our students have decorated 
wreaths for their Wreath Stroll Fundraiser and most recently, our brass ensemble and choir went over to perform for the seniors; what a great experience that was!
CASH Brass
Ensemble, pictured above. CASH Choir pictured to the right.

Our students also had the opportunity to take advantage of the Harvard Dental School students that came over and did dental screenings. Approximately 50 students took advantage of this free service. if you or your student are in need of a dental screening, please contact Ms. Hassan

On December 3rd, a group of 9th and 10th grade students went over to Boston University's School of Public Health for an event entitled "New Faces". During this event, our students watched a public health video called "The Halls" which addressed healthy relationships. After the video, students interacted with the graduate students and were able to judge their projects and presentations.

Last but not least, we hosted part two of our Career Speaker Series in collaboration with the Boston PIC. We were so encouraged to have a college professor, firefighters, a nurse, a master carpenter and a Pediatrician join us to speak to our students. The professionals built meaningful relationships and want to continue to come back and check-in with our students. 

If your students are not taking advantage of these and other great opportunities, please encourage them to do so!

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