Hope everyone is enjoying your summer! If your child missed the last day of school, please contact the main office at 508-876-0119 to arrange report card pick up.
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NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPLY FOR 21ST CENTURY COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTERS GRANT
Posted on Tuesday, April 5, 2021 by Jenny Chan-Remka
The JFK/AFM Elementary Complex is pleased to share that the school has submitted its Notice of Intent to Apply on Monday, March 22, 2021 to apply for a 21st Century Community Learning Center (21stCCLC) grant through the Massachestt State Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) this spring 2021. In 1994, the U.S. Congress authorized the establishment of the 21st CCLC program to provide a broad and consistent source for out-of-school time funding. The Every Student Succeeds Act was signed by President Obama on December 15, 2015 to reauthorize 21st CCLC funding, originally part of the No Child Left Behind Act. The purpose of the 21st CCLC is to create community learning centers that provide students with academic enrichment opportunities as well as additional services to complement their regular school day academics. For more information or to discuss partnership opportunities for out-of-school programming at the JFK/AFM Elementary Complex, please email email@example.com
Tomorrow, Friday, 1/29 is going to be very cold! 💨🌬 Please dress warm! Layers, hats and gloves! Bundle up, Charger Family 💛💜
Please find a message from the Regional Agreement Amendment Committee on the draft changes to our regional agreement. Check it out and reach out with any questions!
As I just walked out of the office for the day and took in the surroundings I wanted to share that we are still here, we miss you all, and cannot wait for everyone to return.
Wow! So impressed with our elementary students! They are reading machines!! Just checked in on our MyON e-library. Look at these numbers! Our students have read almost 7,800 books! And 2,347 hours of “eyes on text” - YAHOO! Keep going, Young BMR Scholars!
Per the Governor's executive order announced a bit earlier today, all schools will be closed beyond the initial April 6th date to now Monday, May 4th. I will be back in touch Friday with an update on our learning plans and food service moving forward.
I’m so impressed by our BMRSD Leadership Team! This was today’s Leadership Team meeting.
Students, families and staff: we are trying like heck to make this the best possible experience for everyone. Blessed to be leading such a dedicated team of educators. Hang in there!
Mrs. Dery here supporting students through Google Hangout! #support #paraprofessionals
Day 2 of working on learning plans from home. Hang in there as we continue to adjust. I’ll be sending out a message to all families later today with some plan modifications that will help. We got this but must stay positive. Remember our food drop off schedule and come see us!
Our kiddos are working hard even for PE!
As a reminder, our mobile food stations are out now at Rathbun St and Millville Bike Path Lot. Come pick up breakfast and lunch!
Gov. Baker has officially closed all Massachusetts schools for 3 weeks. As of now, BMRSD will be closed until the week of April 6th. Follow the Gov’s recommendations around social distancing. We must do our part!
Please stay tuned for an update tomorrow, Monday, 3/16.