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Senior Prom Info
Senior Prom Activity Contract
Pre-Prom Reception Invitation
Senior Exemption from Final Exams Policy
Class of 2015 End of Year Schedule
Publication of the Braintree School Nurses
Volume 5, Issue 3 April, 2015
All sports are available and can be ordered in any season. Support your Wamp, and show your WAMP PRIDE around town
Cambridge Science Festival this April Vacation
The Cambridge Science Festival runs April 17-26th!
The Cambridge Science Festival, the first of its kind in the United States, is a celebration showcasing the leading edge in science, technology, engineering and math. A multifaceted, multicultural event every spring, the Cambridge Science Festival makes science accessible, interactive and fun!
Please join us and spread the word to your students and their parents!
More than 160 events are in the works for the festival but we've highlighted a few here.
Celebrate Science: Cambridge Science Festival Kick-Off Party
Giant CellDon't miss the Giant Cell! The "walk-through cell" is the model of a human cell magnified approx. 300,000 times. This is about the same ratio of the size of the small hot-air balloon versus the size of the earth. There will also be an opportunity to view living cells through microscopes.
Solve a Crime Using DNA, CSI Style
A program at the MIT-Koch Institute/Whitehead Institute in Cambridge. This program will give students an opportunity to travel between art and science along a path of skill development, creativity and risk-taking. There is equal time spent in the biology lab and the art lab. Learn more & apply!
Application Deadline: April 17th
The STEM VoiceTM Video Competition is a nationwide opportunity for students in grades 5-12 to artistically explore the importance of STEM. Learn more & apply!
South Shore Science Fun House
Saturday, April 25, 9am-3pm, Quincy (FREE)
There will be many different hands-on activities for kids of all ages. Adults can participate, too! It's a fun, free event.
Isn't it wonderful when everyone is included?Tell Us!7th Annual Community Inclusion AwardsSeeking Nominations
Members of our community who help to include everyone in any part of our community will be honored at the 7th Annual Community Inclusion Awards and we need your help to tell us about them. If you know someone in Braintree, whether they are a community member, parent, student, coach, employer, teacher or anyone you know who includes everyone, especially those with different abilities or challenges in any aspect of our community, please consider nominating them for this award. The recipients of this award will be honored on June 10th at a celebratory event at Braintree Town Hall hosted by Mayor Joseph C. Sullivan.
True inclusion means that ALL community members are actively participating in town wide opportunities alongside their typical peers. Including everyone creates a sense of belonging because all people have regular access to their community and produces an atmosphere that values acceptance, diversity and the wellbeing of all.
Instructions on what should be included in your nomination can be found on the SEPAC website at www.gpvillage.com/braintreesepac
Nominations must be received in writing and may be sent to:
Attn: Community Inclusion Awards Committee128 Town StreetBraintree, MA 02184
Or via email to one of the committee members listed below:Suzanne Brouillard - firstname.lastname@example.orgKristen Zechello - email@example.com Stefanie Brown - firstname.lastname@example.orgLinda Kokoros email@example.comLyn McPhail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Nominations must be received by April 30, 2015