Concord Academy of Boyne

We Are Thankful for You!

In a small charter school, everyone has to work together to make everything happen, and we have been so fortunate to have so many parents involved this year in so many things! Thank you for all of your help! I will often have parents say to me, “Just let me know what you need done, […]

CAB Students Adopt a Troop

Each year, Concord students are encouraged to find a service opportunity to help others in need. Part of our Concord Creed for the months of November and December are unselfishness and generosity. We look for opportunities to practice these character traits, both to recognize them in others, and find them in ourselves. Earlier this year, […]

The Spirit of Generosity!

The holidays are always a reflective time, and at Concord, December is the month we focus on Generosity for our character education. ‘Tis the season of giving–of our time, our thoughts, and in some cases, of gifts. We are grateful that our students and our families have been so generous and giving this year with […]

A Topic for Discussion: New 3rd Grade Reading Expectations

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Yellow Ribbon Program Comes to CAB!

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Work as a Team!

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CAB Teams with Camp Daggett!

 Many of us feel our school culture and “family feel” area strength of our school, but there’s always room for improvement! Ultimately, we want every student to feel safe and welcome in our building, and to feel that when problems arise, they have tools to use to solve them. Learning to communicate effectively is a […]

Is this year really over?

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It’s hardly believable that this year is already finished, but it must be! The hallways are quiet, and there isn’t anyone for me to say “Good Morning!” to! I wanted to first, thank everyone for making this year a good one! Your dedication to our students, staff, and school is greatly appreciated. Parents and students […]

The Reality of Hosting an Exchange Student

In the beginning of September, my family wasn’t just getting ready for a new school year, we were getting ready to welcome a new family member into our home. Clara from Denmark was on her way, and unlike our last exchange student, Clara would be staying all year, rather than for half the year. It […]

How to Prepare for Upcoming Testing

While April means many things, for schools in Michigan, it also means the beginning of state testing. As a public charter school, we are required to participate in all of the regular assessments that other public schools are expected to take, and our scores, among other factors, are used to give our school a rating. […]