11:00 AM - 1:30 PM Book Swap
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Multicultural Fair
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM Freaky Friday
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Book fair set up
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Book Swap
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM PTO Meeting; pizza/movie
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM School Council Meeting
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Book Swap
All of Brophy's "standard" art materials are provided through the building budget and the Fine Arts Dept., but many of the extra supplies used on a regular basis come from the grocery store, Walmart/Target, CVS, etc. If you happen to be swinging down some shopping aisles and are looking for an easy way to help out the art room, a donation of any of the following would be greatly appreciated: tissues, paper lunch bags (any size is great, but they mostly use 'small'), plastic storage bags (again, any size- snack, sandwich, quart, gallon, and their FAVORITE - two-gallon (yup, you read that right- they exist and they are fantastic- though they only seem to appear at Target), white label stickers, white washcloths, and erasers (any shape, style or size). Hand wipes would be helpful as well! Thank you, from the bottom of our heARTs!
You can help so many ways! Your participation in our fundraisers with purchases or volunteer time support the activities to make Brophy a robust learning environment. If you have any ideas for fundraisers or want to help in any way, please email: email@example.com.
Shop Online: Use these links AmazonSmile, igive.com, and GoodShop . Designate Brophy PTO as your charity and we will earn credits for your purchases!
Donations: ALSO if you would like to make a tax-deductible cash donation to benefit our General Fund, please send a check to Brophy school, payable to Brophy PTO with General Fund in the memo. Please inquire with your company's Human Resources representative to find out if your company has a matching gifts program which can help you double your donation. Thank you for your support!
Framingham, MA – December 21, 2018: Dr. Frank Rothwell, Principal of Brophy Elementary School, is pleased to announce Ms. Caitlin Long as the new Vice Principal of Brophy Elementary School. Ms. Long is hopeful to begin working at Brophy by early February.
Describing the search process, Dr. Rothwell explained, “Ms. Long experienced several rounds of interviews and had the opportunity to meet with our educators, students, central office leaders, and parents. All stakeholders were given opportunities to provide feedback and all comments were reviewed and considered. Overwhelmingly, people who met with Ms. Long were impressed with her contagious enthusiasm, strong theoretical knowledge, diverse academic experiences, and eagerness to work with our students. Throughout her time with us she emphasized the importance of building relationships with children, staff, and students’ caregivers.”
“I am so excited to begin working with Brophy students, teachers, and families and to be joining a school community committed to caring for and educating all children, and one that values bilingualism and multiculturalism,” said Ms. Long. “I am thrilled to begin working alongside teachers, families, and students.”
About Caitlin Long
Ms. Long earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Classics from Boston College, a Master of Education in Secondary Education in History from Boston College, and is presently enrolled in a Ph.D. program concentrating on Curriculum & Instruction in Leadership, Policy, and Educational Change at Boston College. Ms. Long has extensive experience working with English Learners in multiple capacities as a teacher in the Everett Public Schools, as a facilitator of professional development, and as a researcher at Boston College. Prior to coming to Brophy, Ms. Long worked for an organization that provides tailored support services for students. Outside of education, she loves to travel, read, cook, and take advantage of New England summers and winters.
Dr. Tremblay is seeking parents/guardians, staff members, and community members to engage in important visioning work that will result in the next multi-year Strategic Plan for the Framingham Public Schools.
We are seeking opinions from stakeholders (including staff, parents, and community members) who have an interest or thoughts on this role and the desired attributes.
On Thursday, October 3rd approximately 50 volunteers arrived to the BLOCKS Preschool Program at Juniper Hill for a day of service.
Please join us for the 2019/2020 theatrical season!
This email with tips for daily attendance was sent to Framingham Families and Staff this afternoon - October 1, 2019.
Please read this follow-up on Governor Baker’s four-month ban on all vaping products and echo the concerns that have been expressed by the Governor and the medical professionals who are closest to this wide-spread health crisis.
Doors open: 8:50am
Breakfast: 8:50am - 9:05am
School begins: 9:05am
School dismissal: 3:20pm
*Early release dismissal: 12:55pm (lunch is served)
*Half day dismissal: 12:20pm (lunch is not served)
Students arriving after 9:10am are considered tardy
Attendance Line: 508-626-9158
Nurse: Carolyn Pratt 508-782-6102