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.
Shop AmazonSmile Online to Support Brophy! Did you know that when you shop for the holidays using smile.amazon.com/ch/04-
Yankee Candle Fundraising Through January 4, 2020, we will still received 40% of all online orders placed with Yankee Candle. Visit yankeecandlefundraising.com and enter in Brophy’s group Number # 990049783. Great idea for holiday gifts!
Box Tops are Digital! Box Tops can be earned digitally by simply scanning your receipt using the Box Tops mobile app! Download the app on the App Store or Google Play today! The app scans your receipt, automatically finding participating products that are instantly added to the Brophy’s Box Tops earnings online. No clipping required! Brophy gets $0.10 for every Box Top collected. Boxtops will still continue accepting the paper ones if you find unexpired ones. There are some out there now that expire late in 2020.
Planet Aid Bin. Do you have any clothes or textiles you don't want or need? Are they stained, ripped, or mismatched? No problem! Recycle them by dropping them off in the Planet Aid yellow bin located in Brophy's parking lot. Brophy earns money for your donations. Acceptable items include clothing, blankets, towels, shoes, backpacks, jackets, pillow, curtains, table linens, stuffed animals. Must be fabric items only.
Stop & Shop Shopping at our local Stop & Shop stores can help earn money for our school. Brophy can earn CASH from A+ School Rewards, which is Stop & Shop's fundraising program. It's easy to participate! Sign-up today -English, Spanish! (Please note: You do need to re-register your card).
Please be sure to notify the Brophy school office as soon as possible whenever you have a change of address or a new phone number. It is extremely important that we have the most current information in case there is an emergency.
4/9/21: This Return to School Update contains a look ahead, current public health conditions, risk mitigation efforts, and more.
4/9/21: Community members are invited to ‘Meet the Candidates’ at a virtual forum taking place on Wednesday, April 14, 5:40 pm - 6:40 pm.
4/9/21: In anticipation of tonight’s Framingham High School football game at Bowditch Stadium, the City of Framingham would like to provide a couple of reminders and an update.
4/9/21: A full listing of all summer programs will be released on April 26th along with program capacity limits and details on how families can register.
4/7/21: If awarded, this grant will support our Fuller and Cameron communities, providing expanded out of school time programs with community partner support to more than 100 new students.
Doors open: 8:50am
Breakfast: 8:50am - 9:05am
School begins: 9:10 am
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