Boston Public Schools (BPS) announced the completion of this year's Safe Routes to School (SRTS) campaign, which officially launched in June 2015 to increase safety and promote healthy behaviors among students during their morning and evening commutes to and from school via public transportation and pathways.
Boston Public Schools' (BPS) Madison Park Technical Vocational High School today received more than $451,000 in a workforce skills equipment grant, which will allow the school to purchase commercial grade restaurant equipment, refrigeration units, and a specialty food truck to use as a training venue for students in the culinary arts program.
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Boston, MA - Thursday, June 2, 2016 - The Boston Public Schools today announced the launch of the BPS Women Educators of Color (WEOC) Executive Coaching Program, a 4-semester (15 months) accredited program designed to increase engagement, retention and leadership rates for female staff of color within Boston Public Schools.
Boston, MA - June 1, 2016 - Boston Public Schools Superintendent Tommy Chang joined Mayor Martin J. Walsh in launching the application for the tuition-free community college plan, which provides a cost-effective entry point into higher education for Boston's young people.
Boston, MA - Tuesday, May 31, 2016 - The Boston Public Schools (BPS) today announced that nine community meetings will be held in the coming weeks to address water access in school facilities. As a proactive, precautionary measure, BPS tested the water in all school facilities with functioning drinking fountains this spring.
Boston, MA - June 1, 2016 - Boston Public Schools Superintendent Tommy Chang joined Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Boston School Committee Chairman Michael O'Neill at the BPS Annual Valedictorian Luncheon held yesterday at the Boston Harbor Hotel at Rowes Wharf in downtown Boston.