Congratulations to the Pats! And thank you, Mr. Butler.
Rookie Malcolm Butler intercepts the potential game-winning pass to preserve a Patriots Superbowl victory. Photo courtesy of ESPN.go.
The decision on which schools will enter the first phase of ELT this September will be made this week. Each of the schools listed below has submitted an initial letter of interest. Schools will be accepted for a September 2015 start ONLY if the conditions below are met:
- The school has volunteered.
- The school faculty has either voted for or shown consensus. Building Reps will have to affirm in writing.
- There is a school site council that is active and running. School site councils that exist on paper but not in practice are not active. To be active, a school site council must actually meet. School Site Council BTU members are in the process of being notified of this obligation as well as their council’s responsibilities for implementation. School Site Council members, we thank you for your help in this regard. (In notifying BTU School Site Council members, we will be using names and email addresses provided by the BPS.)
See more information in the section below.
Editor’s Note: To all staff in the below-mentioned buildings: If your school is listed below and has an active application, please email us if any one of the above three conditions has not been met. Thank you.
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will be held at the BTU on Thursday, April 2. This is a citywide mathematics competition for all schools that house either grades 4-5 and/or 6-8.See school registration information here. All BPS schools are eligible to participate. Please email RichardStutman with questions.
School Snow Policy: If school is canceled, the BTU office is closed on Day 1, but a skeleton staff is generally present on Days 2 and thereafter, depending in part on the severity of the storm. If school is canceled, all BTU-sponsored meetings are canceled. Staff contact information is on our website.