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Donald Ross Elementary welcomes EVERYONE in the community to join us as we run, walk, and jog while raising funds for our school! The My School Color Run is a fun run/walk featuring a TIMED 5K Run or untimed 2-mile walk. Throughout the course participants will experience color splash zones where they'll be doused in color and end with a final color toss celebration! Check in starts at 8:00am. Run/Walk begins at 9:00am.

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Hidden In Plain Sight

Hidden in Plain Sight is an Interactive Presentation Open House for Parents, Guardians and Community Members designed to raise awareness about the possibility of risky behavior particularly among our youth.

When: Thursday, April 27 from 9am - 8pm (We invite you to just drop in. Presentations run every 30 minutes.)

Where: Cahill Auditorium, Braintree Town Hall

Hosted by Braintree Alliance for Safe and Healthy Youth (BASHY) & the Braintree Community Partnership on Substance Use

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Amazing Healthy Race

Amazing Healthy Race is like a scavenger hunt, the Amazing Race and Trivial Pursuit all mixed together! It's for students, parents/guardians, family members and community members. Not an athlete? No problem! Brains beat brawns in this unique adventure. Solve clever clues and perform challenges while learning healthy tips along the route!

Where: South Middle School

When: Thursday, May 11, 2017, 4 p.m.

Pre-registration is available now!

Deadline to register is April 21, 2017.

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School Committee Public Hearing

The Braintree School Committee will be holding a Public Hearing on the proposed 2017-2018 School Department budget on Monday, March 27, 2017 at 7:00PM in Town Hall in Cahill Auditorium. Please see the presentation that is attached to this news story, and please feel free to contact the Office of the Superintendent at 781-380-0130.

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Ross National Geographic Geobee

The Ross School Geobee preliminary round was held on December 15th. Six classroom winners participated in the school final on January 25, 2017. Pranathi Bamiddi, Jefferson Chau, Bridgette Curran, Christeen Gergis, Madison Keddy, and Amelia Rea competed in the final.

Jefferson Chau emerged victorious through the final and Championship Round. As school champion, he will take a qualifying online test; up to 100 of the top scorers on that test in each state will then be eligible to compete in their state Bee on March 31, 2017.

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Youth Art Month

United Through Art - Youth Art Month 2017

Students in grades K through 12 from across Massachusetts have been selected to have their artwork displayed at the State Transportation Building in Boston. The show will be on display and open to the public weekdays 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. from February 13 through March 31. A traditional Family Celebration will be held on Sunday, March 26 from 12-4 (Please note date change), ALL invited! (Closed Presidents' Day, Monday, February 20, 2017)

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Ross Street Sign 2015-2016 winner

Ross student Luckey won last year's 5th Grade Street Sign Raffle. The street sign was finally given to him and has been put in the driveway in front of the school, and will stay up for the remainder of the school year. At the end of the year we will present the student again with his sign as a keepsake.

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ROSS - Telephones / Electronic Devices

Students are not permitted to use or carry cell phones, MP3 players, I-pods, CD/radio headsets, pagers or any other type of electronic equipment during school hours. (Use of cell phones for photography purposes or text messaging is prohibited.) While we realize that cell phones have become an important way for parents to keep in touch with their children, these items have no place in the classroom. They must be turned off and left in the student's bag, or with his or her teacher, during the school day. It is recommended that all electronic devices be left home, for the school cannot assume responsibility for lost or stolen personal property.

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Welcome to our new website!

Braintree Schools is in the process of creating a new website that brings all of our schools' pages under one site. We welcome your feedback on making the site user-friendly and determining what information you'd like to access when you visit.

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Buddies at School

In the photo, fourth grade students and their teacher, Nick Pestone, plan for an educational video about the school's Buddy Bench. Elementary schools across the Commonwealth are using Buddy Benches to encourage students to play, talk and make connections with new friends.

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Technology in Our Classrooms

Students at Braintree High School now have access to over 350 Chromebooks for use in classes. These are in addition to the six desktop labs. The high school has also upgraded a lab to iMacs; currently, students use the iMacs for video production and music composition. In the coming years, students will be able to bring their own Chromebook, laptop, and tablet devices and the coursework utilizing the iMacs may expand to include additional arts and languages. Nine of the district's schools are also experiencing upgrades in student technology.

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Ross Safety Reminder

A safety issue I need to discuss is related to dismissal. Adults and students continue to cross Hayward Street at Hayward Market/Dunkin Donuts. Crossing at this location is dangerous and conflicts with safety lessons your children are learning. At home and at school we teach children to use the crosswalk. If you must cross Hayward Street, please use the crosswalk at Hayward and Commercial Street. There are two crossing guards assigned there for your safety. If you are traveling east on Hayward on foot, there is also a crossing guard assigned to Howard and Hayward Street to support pedestrian traffic.

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