Events & News
Save the Date: 4/13 -5-6:30p via Zoom - "What Should I Look for in my Child’s Literacy and Mathematics Education" presented by Stacie Withington and Nonye Obiora, Elementary Program Directors for English Language Arts and Mathematics specific for the Roger Clap Community. Zoom Link.
COVID-19 Student Testing: For those of you who have students returning to in-person learning, you have the option to have your child OPT-IN to free on-site COVID-19 testing. In order to participate, students must have a consent form (check email), signed by their parent or guardian, approving them to participate in this testing. Participation is voluntary.
March 2021 Grocery Sites: A FREE bag of groceries is available at the following BPS meal sites. Grocery bags consist of produce and pantry items. Grocery bags offered as a first come, first served basis.
On Wednesday, October 28, 2020 we hosted our First School-Wide Town Hall in celebration of Spanish Heritage Month!
Click below to see the awesome presentation put together by students and families!
In Person Students: Students returning for in-person learning should bring: their computer, charger, and headphones.
Virtual Homework Helpers: Homework help will be available for K-8 students Mondays through Fridays from 3 to 5 p.m. Students can visit the webpage during these time frames and help will be waiting.
The Boston Public Library is also offering a similar program:
After School Programming: Available to all students in grade 3-6: BPS is currently at capacity with our K2-2 program. We want to fill as many seats as possible! The application will remain open for the time being. Programs are set to begin this week, but BPS is flexible with start dates of students who may enroll late. Here are the application.
For families in grades 3-6, please go to the BPS website for additional support & information!
Boston Saves -- All K2 and 1st-grade students get $50 for college or career training in an account from Boston Saves. K2 families: Sign up for Family Updates and we will reach out to you once your account is available. Rising 1st grade families: Log into the Savings Center to see the money in your child’s account and start earning even more.
Project Bread's FoodSource Hotline
Project Bread's FoodSource Hotline offers free food assistance to all Mass. residents. Call 800-645-8333, 8 am - 7 pm, Monday-Friday; 10 am - 2 pm, Saturday. TTY 800-377-1292