Chelmsford High School, North Chelmsfort, MA – December 3, 2013 AM+

by George J Elbaum

Chelmsford High School prides itself in its strong academic orientation and, simultaneously, a “tight sense of community.”  As an indication of these twin goals, 90% of its approximately 1600 students go to college, and there is an annual school project to “be the change” and raise funds for such worthy causes as Mercy Corps and Feeding America.  I spoke to four sections of Juniors and Seniors taking the course “Holocaust and Genocide Studies” which teacher Jennifer Doak organized and has been teaching for the last 14 years.  My talk was arranged by Judi Bohn of Facing History and Ourselves.

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