Boston Public Schools to Begin Planning and Engagement Process for Numerous School Expansions, Reconfigurations
On Tuesday, May 21, 2019, Boston Public Schools (BPS) Interim Superintendent Laura Perille announced the beginning of a community planning and engagement process around significant updates to BuildBPS, the district’s 10-year education and facilities master plan, which calls for additional school grade reconfigurations and expansions, and construction of new school buildings.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh joined community leaders, teachers, and students at the Franklin Park Zoo on Monday, May 20 to launch the 2019 5th Quarter of Learning, which will reach over 14,000 students in 160 programs, an all-time high that caps 10 years of innovation and growth.
The Boston Public Schools (BPS) and the Boston Teachers Union (BTU) are proud to support and celebrate all members of our school community. We are excited to announce that for the third year in a row, we will be marching in the 2019 Boston Pride Parade, the city’s largest annual celebration to promote visibility and acceptance of people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ+) and their allies.
Boston Latin School earned the title of High School Quiz Show™ State Champion on Saturday, May 11. First-time competitor Boston Latin School earned the top spot among the 16 Massachusetts high school teams that participated in the 10th anniversary season of WGBH’s televised academic tournament.