News and Notes
This week: LSA Registration Deadline (Monday),Access ELL Testing, Window Through 2/10(Thursday)
LSA Registration Deadline is end of day today (Monday). Please register online or submit the forms and payment to the front office. For online registration, please visit the following web address: https://lawrence.schooltwist.org. Classes begin Tuesday, January 19, 2016. If you have any questions, please contact Zoë Kovel email@example.com.
Principal Search Update. Thanks to everyone who sent in a “letter of intent” to be considered for principal search committee selection. We received a strong pool of candidates which made it a very difficult decision to make, but at the same time we felt very strong as a community to have involved parents like you. Lawrence School PTO officers, Board members and some of the School Council members have chosen the parent representatives for the principal search to be as follows:
- Jin Suk
- Angela Stone
- Makeeba McCreary
- Denise Baumann (SEPAC)
Please stay connected as we will be informing you of dates and times of parent focus groups, which is open to all. Thank you for your continued support
Lawrence School is looking to hire a Musical Director to work with our 6th-8th graders. The position includes a stipend and rehearsals are typically held for 2 hours after school twice a week for about 2 months. If you are interested or know of someone who might be, please contact Vice Principal, Laura Horst at: firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Devotion Science Fair 2016 Calling all scientists! The Devotion Science Fair and Science Expo will be on Saturday March 12th, 2016 at the Devotion School. The Science Fair is a fun and exciting day full of amazing student science projects and an Expo with great hands on activities, demonstrations, and interactive games. We invite all kids to explore an idea, question, or experiment YOU are EXCITED about! There will be lots more information coming soon (mid-January) about what a science fair project is, how to think up and test you idea, and how to present your results.
This event is open to all students throughout Brookline, grades K-8. The registration website will open soon. You’ll be getting more info in January. GO SCIENCE!
COMMUNITY CLIMATE CHANGE DISCUSSION Now that school vacation is over and the kids are settling back into school- you may have a moment to reflect on what is going on in our community regarding climate change. We’re lucky to be moving forward with community choice aggregation. Do you have things you’d like to pursue? Come and discuss these and other issues with Brookline Mothers Out Front, Friday January 15th in Brookline Village, KooKoo Cafe. 8am-9:30am.
Announcing 2016 workshops: BE THE PARENT YOU WANT TO BE! A New Way of Understanding and Parenting Challenging Kids. Think:Kids Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) approach, based in MGH’s Department of Psychiatry, provides parents with concrete tools to better understand and parent their kids in the face of day-to-day challenges.
For more information and to register for the January or March workshop in Brookline, please visit:http://betheparentyouwanttobe.weebly.com/