• Summer STEAM Activities in Boston A list compiled by the Winship STEAM committee. 

    Winship Makerspace  The Winship Makerspace was started in February of 2016 to give students and families an opportunity to pursue their interests in science, art, technology, and engineering practices.  Our goal is for students to practice and grow their creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration skills through self-directed projects.
     

    Winship School Parent Council The SPC brings all parents in the school community together to support the school and advocate for quality education.

    Globe Winship School Site Council  Many decisions affecting the education of BPS students are made in schools. School-based decision-making is the responsibility of the School Site Council. 

     
    Allston-Brighton Family Network 
    "The mission of the Family Nurturing Center is to build nurturing communities where children are cherished, families are supported, and public and private policies promote healthy human development. To support this mission, the FNC works with parents and organizational providers in Allston-Brighton to coordinate the Allston-Brighton Family Network (ABFN)."
     
    Boston Partners in Education 
    "Boston Partners in Education enhances the academic achievement and nurtures the personal growth of Boston's public school students by providing them with focused, individualized, in-school volunteer support."
     
    Boston Public Library 
    The BPL can assist in your child's education in a number of ways. They offer a Free Homework Assistance Program, Monday-Thursday, 3:30-5:30 PM, at all BPL locations. Computers with online access available for public use. And, of course, the BPL book collections have unlimited potential to enrich your child's learning. 
    The Brighton neighborhood page on the City of Boston website.  

    Franciscan Hospital
    "At Franciscan Hospital for Children, our mission is to provide compassionate care and education to children with special health care needs and to help them reach their full potential."

    National Association for the Education of Young Children
    The Winship School is accredited by the NAEYC.

    Oak Square YMCA 
    "The Oak Square YMCA in Brighton is committed to helping children, families and individuals live longer, healthier lives through affordable and accessible programs and activities.  Our facility features universal design to ensure that members of all abilities have the opportunity to participate in our activities and programs.  We are proud to be part of the YMCA of Greater Boston, the largest provider of social services in the Commonwealth."
     
     

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  • Principal

    Mona Ford

    54 Dighton Street
    Brighton, MA 02135
    United States

    Phone: 617-635-8399
    Fax: 617-635-8403