Last Thursday, the Boston Public Schools (BPS) released the new start times at all BPS schools for the 2018-19 school year, which can be found online at bostonpublicschools.org/starttimes. This work is the result of 18 months of comprehensive analysis and community input. Our goal was to thoughtfully and equitably restructure school start times to create schedules that are more conducive for student learning.
Boston Public Schools (BPS) has released the school day start- and end-times for the district’s 125 schools for the 2018-19 school year, significantly increasing the number of middle and high school students who will begin their school days at or after 8:00 AM.
The trust of our families, our staff and the public at large is of the utmost importance to me and the rest of the Boston Public Schools. Over the last fifteen months, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) conducted an extensive and comprehensive audit of the City of Boston’s federal employment tax returns for the tax periods 2014, 2015 and 2016. This audit included a review of 16 student activity accounts at Boston Public Schools (BPS).
In the Boston Public Schools (BPS), we stand with the Haitian community and families of all backgrounds, regardless of immigration status or the language they speak at home. We work tirelessly to foster safe, welcoming, and culturally and linguistically sustaining school environments for every young person. We want families from Haiti to know that we cherish your children, and they are always welcome in our schools.
As the birthplace of public education in this nation, the Boston Public Schools is committed to transforming the lives of all children through exemplary teaching in a world-class system of innovative and welcoming schools. We partner with the community, families and students to develop within every learner the knowledge, skill, and character to excel in college, career, and life.