This Week’s Basketball Schedule

Tuesday, January 17th

J-Mann Boys vs BTU Boys @ 3:00 @ Curtis Hall

 

Wednesday, January 18th

BTU Girls vs APR Girls @ 4pm @ Curtis Hall

 

Thursday, January 19th

Lyndon Boys vs BTU Boys @ 4pm @ Lyndon

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Union School Gives Back Community Project

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Family Council Meeting – Tuesday, January 17, 2017

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Multicultural/Diversity Day – Friday, January 20, 2017

Hello BTU school families,

This month’s spirit day is brought to you by the Student Council.

Our upper school scholars actively participated in monthly meetings and came up with a theme for the next Spirit Day. “Multicultural/Diversity Day”

Our scholars envisioned a day that they can come to school and represent their culture or representations of their identity. A chance to express who they are, what symbolizes them or where they are from in a positive and safe way. We are encouraging scholars to wear stickers, flags or colors of your nation or ethnic background, traditional clothing or any positive statement about your personality or identity.

This Multicultural/Diversity Day will be held on Friday, January 20, 2017

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CURRICULUM NIGHT

SAVE the DATE

Tuesday, November 15th 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

During Curriculum Night, please be sure to stop by the Family Engagement table to share with us how we can increase and improve family engagement, deepen our connections as a community, and envision the future of our school.

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BTU School Welcomes…

Abby Ohlson is a sophomore at Simmons College. She is studying to be an English Elementary school teacher, and she also hopes to obtain a degree in Special Education! She hopes to gain more experience in a school environment through her work study partnership with Simmons College and the BTU School. She will be working at the front desk after Ms. Patricia leaves for the day to assist during after school hours and help our families. She is very excited to meet and work with all of you! Please help us welcome Abby to our community!

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Box Tops for Education

Ms. Patricia is collecting Box Tops for our school with the help of parent volunteers and BTU School staff supports. We have monthly themed sheets that can be shared with students and their families that are interested in helping collecting box tops and raising funds for our school.

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Strive for 25

All scholars should be reading 30 minutes a night! Scholars who meet their reading goals set by their teachers will be able to go to a reading celebration at Chez Vous on Nov 23rd.

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Family and Student Handbook 2016-2017

Please download your copy of our family and student handbook today. All scholars and families should review this handbook carefully.

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City of Boston Credit Union Supports the BTU School

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The Boston Teachers Union School Community wants to extend their appreciation to the City of Boston Credit Union for donating $500 to our school during our annual Spring Fling fundraiser. Their donation will go a long way to support our young scholars. THANK YOU!

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