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  • First Semester of Intrepid Academy at Hale

    Posted by Xavier Andrews on 7/31/2018

    A group of BPS students recently finished a semester spent at the Hale Reservation.

    Intrepid Academy at Hale offers rigorous curriculum with immersive environmental learning and physical activity. The program, a partnership with BPS, aims to close the "nature gap" afflicting urban, underserved youth, and early results from the first semester are promising.

    Learn more about the program here: http://ow.ly/6kVz30lcUHQ.

    Watch the video below to hear from students and faculty.
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  • BPS Technology Wins Award

    Posted by Xavier Andrews on 7/27/2018

    Communicator Award

    Congratulations to the BPS Technology team, recently recognized by the Communicator Awards for producing their annual Hour of Code videos.

    The team won in the Documentary category for video work, editing, writing, and collaboratively documenting the Hour of Code activities. The department was also awarded in the Technology category for bringing coding to schools and showing students the importance of coding and computer science in today’s world.

    BPS Technology was honored for the video series, which began in 2015 with the clip below.

    Great work by our colleagues!

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  • Students Return From Two-Week Voyage

    Posted by Carlos Troche on 7/24/2018

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    On Saturday, July 14, 18 Boston Day and Evening Academy (BDEA) students returned from a 2-week voyage aboard the historic Roseway schooner.

    World Ocean School operates the 93-year-old Roseway schooner to provide educational, hands-on programs to underserved students, challenging them academically, physically, and emotionally.

    Throughout the excursion, the BDEA students learned all aspects of tall ship sailing, including navigation, standing watch, and maintenance and upkeep.

    Two BDEA educators also joined the trip, teaching a history course that posed the question: “Why do people take risks for freedom and opportunity?” In answering the question, students used case studies of immigrants coming to America via Ellis Island, the historical accounts of escaped slaves in New Bedford, and their own risk-taking aboard the Roseway.

    What a wonderful #summerlearning opportunity for our students!

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  • Important Message for Kindergarten Families

    Posted by Xavier Andrews on 7/18/2018

    Kindergarten Start Date

    IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR KINDERGARTEN FAMILIES: The first day of kindergarten for the Boston Public Schools 2018-19 school year will be Tuesday, September 11. We've changed the date out of respect for students, families, and staff who celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Please visit bostonpublicschools.org/calendar if you have any questions regarding your child's first day of school.

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  • Harlem Lacrosse Summer Learning Programs

    Posted by Xavier Andrews on 7/17/2018

    Boston Public Schools students are learning and having fun both inside and outside the classroom this summer.

    Students from Mildred Avenue K-8, TechBoston Academy, and Young Achievers Science & Math K-8 Pilot School have the opportunity to participate in the Harlem Lacrosse program during the summer!

    Harlem Lax aims to empower children most vulnerable to challenges so that they may reach their full potential. The program emphasizes team culture, perseverance, grit, and confidence. The Harlem Lacrosse mission is for these qualities to translate directly into the classroom and students’ personal lives.

    Thanks to Harlem Lacrosse Adrian Heneveld for these great photos of our students taking part in the 5th Quarter of learning!

    Check our Photo Gallery below for photos from this summer's program.

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