School Circle Garden
Do you love the beautiful flower circle garden in Lawrence Park? Did you know that it's planted and maintained by former Lawrence parents who started it 28 years ago? If you like gardening and have 90 minutes to spare this summer, we'd love for you to join our group. Volunteers take one week over the summer to water and weed the garden. It's easy and fun. We'll train you and would be happy to even be with you the first time.
If interested, please contact Laura Walters at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-833-2869.
As part of populating the new ‘Makerspace', we would like to ask families if they could donate or purchase some needed seed materials/items throughout the month of November. Please take a look at our Amazon wish-list and contribute if you can.
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New Principal Search
Tuesday, March 27 at 7 pm in the Lawrence Library.
An opportunity for parents, teachers, and other members of the Lawrence community to share their thoughts with Superintendent Bott and the rest of the community about the future Lawrence Principal.
February 28, 2018 - Update from Superintendent Andrew Bott
School District News and Updates
On Thursday May 10th the School Committee will vote to approve a proposal to have the Lawrence Library named for beloved former librarian Iris Feldman, who recently passed away.
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Next week the School Committee will be considering Superintendent Bott’s recommendation to name current Co-Director of Special Education Casey Ngo-Miller to be the Interim Deputy Superintendent of Student Services.
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Fri, May 4th, 8-9am, Runkle Cafeteria, 50 Druce Street.
Brookline community members are invited to attend the upcoming morning forum at Runkle School, to ask questions and hear from the six School Committee candidates (Jennifer Monopoli, David Pearlman, Barbara Scotto, Nathan Shrpritz, Sara Stoutland and Jim Swaim.)
Select Board Chair Neil Wishinsky has developed a 3-Year Override Funding Plan for discussion at the Select Board meeting on Tuesday evening, March 6. This includes a summary of the plan and a detailed listing of accounts/items to be funded, broken down by year and source of funding.
The Board will discuss the Override Plan on March 6 but will defer a final vote until March 13.
02/27/2018 - Read our summary of the Brookline Selectmen’s Public Hearing about a Tax Override to benefit the Brookline School District.