Cala's fresh food is "Home style" modern & the ambiance is "Cheers" casual. A warm and inviting gathering place where families dine out, friends catch up & acquaintance are made. The food is local New England flavor and our lobsters are caught right off of our shores by one of our favorite regulars. The beers are always cold, the wine pour is never skimpy and the pint size drinks are worth the wait for a much coveted seat at the bar.
Manchester Massachusetts is filled with exclusive estates and nook and cranny neighborhoods tucked along scenic Route 127. Manchester is located on the North Shore of Massachusetts and is one of four towns including Essex, Gloucester and Rockport located on historic and scenic Cape Ann.
Don't miss walking the trails in the Coolidge Reservation. It is home to seaweed draped rocks and tide pools alive with all sorts of fascinating little creatures. Don't miss the path through the woods to Clarke Pond with its creek that connects it to the Atlantic Ocean.
Downtown is filled with great restaurants and wonderful little shops for browsing. Manchester is a mostly upscale residential community but does have some public beach access including beautiful Singing Beach which includes views of Baker's Island and Little Misery Island.
DID YOU KNOW: that Singing Beach really does sing? If you pull your hands through the sand or shuffle your feet over it, it makes a squeaking sound kind of like a high pitched violin! Come and try it!
Summer at Brookwood creates a fun and supportive environment in which students thrive in athletics, enrichment, and the arts. We develop friendships, the body, the mind, and the imagination. Our summer camp staff - many of them Brookwood teachers, coaches, and alumni - are 100% committed to fostering a fun, safe, and exciting environment for your child.
Junior Herons (Grades PreK-1): Art, Music, & Outdoor Games
Middle Herons (Grades 2-4) : Choose 2 Electives
Upper Herons (Grades 4-7): Specialty Camps
Counselor in Training Program for ages 15 and 16
K-4 Extended Fun on the Turf Field
When: Jun 16, 2014 12 AM to Jul 18, 2014 12 AMin Manchester, Massachusetts (Mon, 16 Jun 2014 00 )
The national award-winning Green Scholars Program utilizes experiential education and service learning to engage students as change-agents through independent projects within their school or community. Green Scholars cultivates empowered, informed, and progressive student entrepreneurial leaders who become equipped to face 21st century environmental challenges.
Receive 15 PDP’s or 6 Contact Hours depending on choice
Discuss how to apply Scholars as a leading strategy for sustainable school development
Join an expanding wide network of organizations, educators, & sustainability leaders
Learn techniques for managing students effectively and efficiently
IMPORTANT INFORMATION PARTICIPANTS MUST READ!
Payment: if you would like to pay by check or PO, please contact the Lead Trainer before registering. PO's/Checks to "MERSD Green Team" 36 Lincoln Street, Manchester, MA, 01944
Program: participants will receive complete training on how to effectively implement the Green Scholars Program as well as the training packet including rubrics.
PDP's & Contact Hours: in an effort to further educate teachers, the Manchester Essex Green Scholars Program is collaborating with GreenSchools to provide Professional Development, a program they have stood behind, honored, and awarded for the past 3 years. GreenSchools is thrilled to be able to provide long-terms support to teachers and schools who participate in this training. For those interested in receiving 15 PDP's for the Green Scholars training, you will be required to complete an additional 9 hours of relevant and manageable planning work and submit before 30 days after the training. For more information, please contact the Lead Trainer. If you would prefer 6 contact Hours, you will be sent a certificate after the training.
Dates & Times: Friday February 7th 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
Parking: please park in the front parking lot in any visitor parking space. If full, please park around the perimeter of the lot.
Bring: please bring a laptop or tablet. If you do not, you will be provided a laptop to use for the training upon request (contact the Lead Trainer). Also bring a reusable coffee cup and water bottle as this will be a sustainable ZERO waste event.
Food: sustainable and healthy coffee, snacks, and meal will be provided (and attmepts will be made to have fully organic). If you have dietary restrictions, please contact the Lead Trainer.
Refunds: there will be no refunds offered! However if you are unable to attend, please contact the Lead Trainer within 24 hours in advance of the training and you may replace yourself or you will be eligible to attend a subsequent training without penalty or additional fee.
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