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  • Boston Public Schools and Mayor Walsh's City Hall to Go Launch BuildBPS Kitchen Table Talks

    The Boston Public Schools (BPS) in partnership with Mayor Martin J. Walsh's City Hall to Go, today announced "BuildBPS Kitchen Table Talks," which are "pop-up" spaces for Boston residents to engage with one another, as well as BPS staff, about the district's 10-year educational and facilities master plan. Based on the premise that the best conversations happen around the kitchen table, BPS and City Hall to Go will be bringing the kitchen table to Boston's neighborhoods.

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  • Boston Public Schools Partners with Museum of Fine Arts to Celebrate 10th Anniversary of Teen Arts Council

    Boston Public Schools (BPS) partnered with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Teen Arts Council to present HOMiE:In Our Eyes. The exhibit made its debut this past Saturday, July 16, 2016.

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  • Three Boston Public Schools Teachers Named Teacher-Ranger-Teachers by National Park Service

    The Boston Public Schools (BPS) is pleased to announce that three BPS teachers have been named Teacher-Ranger-Teachers by the National Park Service. As Teacher-Ranger-Teachers, Cindy Muenkel and Danielle Aucoin of Harvard-Kent Elementary School in Charlestown and Emma Fialka-Feldman from Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School in Roxbury will spend six weeks this summer earning 6 graduate credits studying place-based education, and working with historic sites around Boston to develop teacher curricular resources for supporting site visits by Boston Public Schools students.

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  • BPS kicks off free summer meal program for kids

    BOSTON — Boston Public Schools’ (BPS) Food and Nutrition Services Department celebrated the beginning of the Summer Food Service Program on Tuesday, July 12, with a free barbecue kickoff event at the Joseph Lee K-8 School in Dorchester in partnership with Project Bread and various organizations.

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