MAYOR JANEY ANNOUNCES SWIM SAFELY PARTNERSHIP, AN INITIATIVE TO INCREASE WATER SAFETY FOR BOSTON RESIDENTS
Mayor Kim Janey announced the Swim Safely Partnership, aimed to increase access to swimming lessons, especially for those who have faced historic and economic barriers.
Boston Public Schools (BPS) today, submitted a grant application to the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to receive $276 million in federal relief funds. To date, BPS has directed nearly $160 million in Elementary and Secondary Schools Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds, money that has gone directly to schools and funded critical health and safety measures, upgrades to facilities, and programming and staff to focus on students’ social and emotional wellbeing as they have returned to full-time in-person learning.
LOOMIS SAYLES AND THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL PARTNER TO SUPPORT STUDENTS’ MENTAL HEALTH WITH NEW SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING SPACES
The English High School has partnered with Loomis, Sayles & Company on renovating two Social Emotional Learning rooms where students can access supportive services and programming provided by the school’s behavioral health staff.
October is BPS College & Career Month in the Boston Public Schools! This marks an exciting month of events and activities designed to encourage all students and their families to begin planning for a passion-filled life after high school as early as possible. Throughout October, BPS and Success Boston, along with multiple nonprofit and community partners, will collaborate on a campaign to encourage students at all grade levels to begin planning for college and their career.