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Activity Bulletin March 2, 2015 (Pending) Revised 10/06/2014 Some Important Date Changes - Grade 10 ELA MCAS: March 31, April 1, 2 Grade 10 Math MCAS: May 19, 20 High School Science MCAS: June 8,9 Grade 12: Sunday, March 8 at 11:59PM Grades 9-11: Sunday, March 15 at 11:59PM
Activity Bulletin March 2, 2015 (Pending)
Some Important Date Changes -
Grade 10 ELA MCAS: March 31, April 1, 2
Grade 10 Math MCAS: May 19, 20
High School Science MCAS: June 8,9
Grade 12: Sunday, March 8 at 11:59PM
Grades 9-11: Sunday, March 15 at 11:59PM
ALL DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE!
Parent Teacher Conferences
Thursday, March 12, 2015
6:30 - 9:00 PM
TRIVIA NIGHT has been rescheduled to
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28th
BRAINTREE TOWN HALL
7PM - 12AM $25 PER PLAYER - LIMIT OF 8 PER TEAM.
Still plenty of tables available! If you would like to reserve a table please send your check to Kathy Maguire @ 45 Hobart Ave Braintree
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.
Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to
support the Braintree High School Graduation Party.
Come into the Chipotle at South Shore Plaza on
Wednesday, March 11th, from 5:00pm to 9:00pm. Bring
in this flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier
you're supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the
proceeds will be donated to the Graduation Party..
BRAINTREE HIGH SCHOOL
SIGN UP FOR BHS PRESCHOOL LABORATORY PROGRAM
Children must be three years old before September 1, 2015 to qualify. Priority will be given at registration to Braintree residents.
The Preschool Laboratory Program provides high school juniors and seniors who are studying child development the opportunity to teach, guide, and observe children in a variety of learning experiences. The Preschool Laboratory is designed to meet the needs of preschool children in a creative environment that offers a blend of instruction and socialization.
There will be two sessions lasting from October, 2015 to May, 2016. As in the past, there will be a fee for participating in the program and families must provide their own transportation.
Four year Olds - Monday/Wednesday/Friday Mid-October to Mid-May: $750 payable in three installments
Three Year Olds - Tuesday/Thursday Mid-October to Mid May: $500 payable in three installments
At the time of acceptance into the Preschool Laboratory Program, a $50 nonrefundable fee will be charged and credited toward the final installment. You will be notified of your acceptance in mid-April.
Braintree High School Auditorium
Speaker ~ Traci Wojciechowski is the Regional Director of Student Assistance Programs at Caron Treatment Centers. Ms. Wojciechowski has been with Caron since 2002 and is responsible for ensuring that quality education, prevention and intervention services are provided to school systems
Sunday March 29, 2015
5K Run/Walk Braintree High School
Help Support Braintree Special Needs Program
Register Online at Racewire.com
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