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Finding Musical Harmony in a Pandemic

March 1, 2021

Written By: Eve Elliott ’21 For many people, music has been a saving grace during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through TikTok dance tunes and exciting album drops, music brings joy and fosters connection. Over the fall 2020 semester, students in the … Continued

Courtney Woods and the Case of the Contaminated Current

February 22, 2021

Written by Eve Elliott ’21 In many mystery stories, a detective boldly hunts for clues and tracks down the elusive cause for a community’s strife. Sometimes they have a sidekick, but in many cases they act alone Thorp Faculty Engaged … Continued

Serving Across a Diverse Spectrum

February 4, 2021

By Eve Elliott ’21 This story uses person-first language to describe individuals experiencing autism spectrum disorder. To learn more, you can read the notes in the Evidence-Based Practices for Children, Youth, and Young Adults with Autism from the National Clearinghouse … Continued

CCPS’ Best of 2020

January 29, 2021

Despite its challenges, the year 2020 brought a lot to celebrate. As we reflected on the past 12 months, we gathered together our favorite service stories from throughout the year. We hope these positive stories of public service brighten your … Continued