By Tai B. CIP Berkshire Student & Sound Operator for Beauty and the Beast Jr. I was so humbled and honored to work with all of you on this production as the sound operator these past three days. At this time, I want to acknowledge everyone who was involved in this production of Be
by Alice Williams, CIP Long Beach Wellness Coordinator Merritt W. has shown amazing physical and nutritional progress since the beginning of the semester, losing a total of 18.4 pounds. A true amateur chef, Merritt has learned to modify his recipes to correlate with his new understand
Based on an activity from Sean Covey – The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens During Reframing class, students from CIP Amherst engaged in an activity that kicked off the theme for the week- balancing priorities and demands. The task – pack the suitcase with all the items
Students and staff at the Brevard Center participated in the annual Walk Now for Autism Speaks event in Orlando. The team raised $3511.00 which earned them the sixth place spot on the list of top money raisers.
“The Average Piano Player” By Edwin J., First Year CIP Berkshire Student It was the year 2009 when I came back from summer vacation. I was a senior in high school. Life comes at you so fast and I still remember when my friend Kate told me that your four years in high schoo
This year, the Student Senate and CIP staff had a Halloween potluck lunch. However, it wasn’t just a party; we had a costume contest. Everyone, including staff, dressed up and brought their own spooky Halloween foods as well. Even Franklin, our Wellness Coordinator’s dog, was dressed
By Caitlin R., CIP Berkeley Student At the end of my spring semester I was in a work experience that was challenging to say the least. I love working with children so I was happy to be working in my field of interest at a local daycare. The problem was that the style of the daycare re