Government Schools

Eliot School Parents Launch Expansion Campaign & Petition

The Eliot School Family Council has launched a formal petition and expansion campaign. The grass roots effort aims to “resolve our crisis of space” that currently exists at the nearly 300 year-old Eliot K-8 public school located in the North End. The petition letter calls for “a long-term solution to the Eliot School’s expansion needs Read More…

Community Schools

NEWMA Update: BPS First Round Ends Feb. 3rd & Mandarin Playgroup Starting

Boston Public Schools First Round Registration Ends This Friday, February 3, 2012 The Boston Public Schools offer a variety of academic, social and cultural experiences that are hard to match  anywhere else. Families can make choices from a customized list of schools that typically includes more than 20 elementary schools. When you register, we strongly Read More…

Real Estate Schools

Eliot School Parents Hear From North Bennet Street School President About North St. Buildings, Potential Swap And Eliot Expansion

Miguel Gómez-Ibáñez, President of the North Bennet Street School, presented to the Eliot School Family Council this week regarding a likely NBSS bid for the North St. buildings as part of a building swap. He asked for the support of the Eliot parents based on his proposal’s potential for expanding the Eliot K-8 school into Read More…

Arts & Culture Community Photos & Videos Schools

NEMPAC’s Before School Rock Band Performs for BPS Ambassador Program’s 1st Anniversary

  The North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) Before School Program at the BPS Eliot School has a rock band taught by Jeremy Sarzana.  They provided musical entertainment at the BPS Ambassador Program’s 1st Anniversary event.  The event was a volunteer day at Cradles to Crayons. Click for more information on the BPS Read More…

Community Schools

Preschool and Elementary Information Night on November 15

Preschool & Elementary Information Night Monday, November 15 from 7 to 9 p.m. Nazzaro Community Center N. Bennet St., North End Please join us for a preschool and elementary school information night.  Parents from local schools will be on hand to discuss the personal sides of their schools as well as to answer any questions Read More…

Community Schools

Public School Information Session Scheduled for October 27th

Public School Information Session Wednesday, October 27 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Nazzaro Community Center – Senior Room 30 N. Bennett St., North End The evening will start with a presentation on the general process for selecting and applying to BPS.  Then, there will be presentations from each of the following schools: The Read More…

Government Schools

Team BPS Looking for 100 Ambassadors

The Boston Public Schools Office of Welcome Services has established a new team (a volunteer corps: Team BPS) to encourage more families to become part of the Boston Public Schools — understanding that the more people who are involved and invested, the better the schools will be for all kids.

It’s just a twice a year commitment — and in return you get many things, including a deeper connection to the community of people in Boston who believe in public education. We are reaching out to those folks who have real experiences in the schools: parents of BPS kids (current or grads), alumni, BPS teachers, community partners who work in the schools, and more. Team BPS is a Call to Action to help spread the word about the many good things happening in our schools and for our students.

Help us reach our goal of 100 ambassadors signed up by the time we announce Team BPS in early May! Join Team BPS by May 5 and receive an invite to join the Mayor and the Superintendent at the official launch of the program on May 8 at the Copley Library!

It takes just 3 or 4 minutes to fill out this online interest form:
www.bostonpublicschools.org/teambps

Schools

Boston Public School Registration Starts January 4th

Boston Public Schools registration for the 2010-2011 school year starts on Monday, January 4

Students entering Kindergarten, Grade 6 or Grade 9 may register during the month of January

BOSTON – Boston Public Schools (BPS) announces the start of the registration process for the 2010-2011 school year. The first round of registration runs from January 4 – February 5, 2010 and is open to students entering Kindergarten, Grade 6 or Grade 9.

How to Register

·          Parents/guardians of new-to-BPS students must visit one of BPS Family Resource Centers (FRC) to register their child(ren) for school.  To save time, parents may begin the process online using the district’s pre-registration site, BPSExpress; however, the registration process must be completed in person at an FRC. The FRCs have extended hours during the next four weeks of registration, including new Saturday hours at the East Zone FRC. A complete list of locations and hours is below.