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- Your gift will help ensure that we have the funds to:•Pay for the important school partnerships that engage and support our scholars like America SCORES, Apprentice Learning, and Boston Debate League.•Fund part of our school’s social worker position through The Home for Little Wanderers partnership to provide support and crisis intervention, as well as supporting school-wide culture and climate.•Cover the cost of classroom supplies and equipment that our teachers and scholars need to learn, as well as provide the tools needed by our newest school partner, the 826 Boston Writer’s Room Program.•Support our partnership with the nonprofit organization Playworks, which creates opportunities for students to learn to play fairly, settle differences peacefully, and build leadership and teamwork skills.•Fund field trips to enhance curriculum and offer exciting, hands-on learning experiences.Will you make a difference? Will you make a gift to support our scholars, faculty, staff, and important school partners? Your donation will support the people who support our scholars; the educators who teach, mentor, and inspire our scholars to be the best they can be. On behalf of the entire BTU School community, we thank you for your consideration, dedication, and commitment.
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Category Archives: 1st Grade
K1, K2, PTC, 1st and 2nd grade BTU scholars and their families are invited to the Arnold Arboretum on Sat, June 9 from 10 am to Noon to view a year’s worth of science studies. On display will be the scholars’ journals and other work, a photo slideshow, the organisms studied, and plant material for … Continue reading
After learning a lot about the Sun, the Moon and the Planets from non-fiction books, experiments, and projects, the first graders began listening to and reading fiction books about space. One book in particular inspired them. The book, Poor Pluto!, written by a class of third graders. It chronicles the story of students who felt … Continue reading