1858 - 2014 - Celebrating 156 Years of Educational Excellence
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Announcing Recipients of the
Mayor Joseph C. Sullivan will be hosting the 7th Annual Braintree Community Inclusion Awards on Wednesday, June 10th to honor members of our community that have furthered the ideals of inclusion. Inclusion means that ALL children and youth are given equal opportunity to participate in the community. More specifically, children and youth with special needs are participating alongside their typical peers. We are honored to be presenting this award to the following members of our community:
This year's celebratory event will be dedicated to our retiring Superintendent, Maureen S. Murray. In her eight years with the Braintree Public Schools, and throughout her entire career, Dr. Murray has clearly demonstrated her commitment to the inclusion of all students with special needs in the school community.
This year we are honored to have as our keynote speaker, Dr. Bill Henderson, and author of "The Blind Advantage" and retired Principal of the William W. Henderson Inclusion Elementary School in Dorchester. For over a 20-year span as the formerly known O'Hearn School's leader, Dr. Henderson developed what became a model for diversity, inclusion, and achievement.
Please join us for this celebration at the Braintree Town Hall on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. with light refreshments and the program of speakers will begin promptly at 7:00pm. Each year, this event is inspiring and uplifting as we hear stories about the special members of the community that we honor. It is a wonderful way to share the meaning of inclusion and how it's done in Braintree! We look forward to seeing you there!
The Community Inclusion Awards Committee: Suzanne Brouillard, Stefanie Brown, Eileen Donahue, Linda Kokoros, Lyn McPhail and Kristen Zechello
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
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!