1858 - 2014 - Celebrating 156 Years of Educational Excellence
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ONE FOR THE TEAM
Show your team spirit by joining us for a fundraiser to support Braintree High School Boys Ice Hockey.
Just come into the Chipotle at South Shore Plaza on Wednesday, January 28th, from 5:00pm to 9:00pm.
Bring the attached flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you're supporting the team to make sure
that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to
Braintree High School Boys Ice Hockey.
Thank you for your support!
A town-wide forum will be held on February 2nd to discuss Braintree High School's chemical health policy. The forum is scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium and is open to parents, students and residents.
Are you the parent or caregiver of an anxious child? The Braintree SEPAC is hosting a Parent-to-Parent night for parents and caregivers of children coping with anxiety. This will be an informal roundtable discussion facilitated by the Braintree SEPAC parent board members and invited parents who have expertise in this area. This is a great way to connect with other local families and share ideas, resources and support. If you have any anxiety-related websites, apps, games, tips, local therapy or medical resources, we’d love for you to share.
Thursday, January 29th at 7:00 p.m.
at Braintree High School
Teacher’s Conference Room –2nd floor 128 Town Street, Braintree, MA
The Braintree SEPAC is a parent group that acts as a resource for parents and advises the district regarding meeting the needs of students with special needs. We provide support and networking opportunities for parents and guardians of children with special educational needs.
BRAINTREE SPECIAL EDUCATION
PARENT ADVISORY COUNCIL
EFFECTIVE ADVOCACY IN YOUR CHILD'S
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY
ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR Monday, February 23rd, 2015 WILL BE HELD ON Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 from 6:30 - 8:30 PM
Thayer Public Library,
798 Washington St., Braintree
Children and young adults with special needs and disabilities need parents and guardians who are effective advocates. The inclusion of your child in school and the community is his/her right under IDEA, Section 504, ADA and MA Special Education Law (Chapter 766). Tere Ramos is a parent and staff attorney and Equal Justice Fellow at the Disability Law Center. Ms. Ramos will present an overview of how parents and guardians can obtain the skills for effective advocacy. Disability rights to access go well beyond the IEP and the school system and they can be used to allow inclusion in the community, from town programs to private organizations.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 14
BRAINTREE TOWN HALL
7 PM -12 AM
$25 PER PLAYER - LIMIT OF 8 PER TEAM
TICKETS AND ADVANCED REGISTRATION CONTACT
Deadline has been extended until January 26th!
Yearbook late orders will be fulfilled as long as we have copies. Only a few extras will be ordered. See Ms. Roos ASAP to order. No personalization or extras - yearbook only. Include your home address at the bottom, and return it to Marsha Roos, Yearbook box, Braintree High School, House 1. Make any checks out to "Braintree High Activities Fund".
Braintree youth in grades 6-12, join us on Friday and Saturday evenings for the best deal in town. Once a member come as often as you like to play pool, ping pong, board games, or video games. You can also lounge on our comfy couches to watch TV and movies or listen to music. Don’t forget to check out our snack bar. Meet up with friends and make new ones! Semi-annual membership of $18 which is just $3/mo., guest fee is $3 per visit.
Hours & Address
74 Pond Street