Driscollpto

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Name: Alice Speck
Date registered: June 19, 2015

Latest posts

  1. Science Solstice 2017 — December 4, 2017
  2. Family Giving Campaign — November 11, 2017
  3. Thank you from Kim Longmore — November 11, 2017
  4. What’s Growing On? Driscoll Garden News — November 11, 2017
  5. Principal’s Corner November 2017 — November 11, 2017

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Dec
04

Science Solstice 2017

Driscoll PTO’s Science Solstice is almost here! On Fri. Dec. 8, Driscoll celebrates “Science Solstice:” a day when the whole school suspends its regular routine to do science. Grades K to 5 stay in the building and are ‘wowed” by science with presentations of live animals and simple machines, from the Museum of Science and Mass Audubon …

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Nov
11

Family Giving Campaign

Dear Driscoll Families, On October 16, 2017 we’re kicking off  the Family Giving Campaign. Our goal is twofold. We hope to raise $40,000, and we hope that 100% of our families will donate by November 17, 2017. The Family Giving Campaign is the PTO’s major fundraiser for this school year. The Driscoll PTO raises money …

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Nov
11

Thank you from Kim Longmore

Dear Driscoll, This year brings many things to celebrate in my life, one being 10 years in the town of Brookline. I started working for the town as the Evening Operations Manager for Adult Ed. at the Brookline High School. Prior to that, I had worked many years, in many capacities at Plimoth Plantation. (Pilgrim, Basket Maker, …

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Nov
11

What’s Growing On? Driscoll Garden News

What’s Growing On? Driscoll Garden News Have you had a chance to check it out? There is still a lot growing in our raised beds. Danielle, of Green City Growers, and the DASA Gardening team have added beets, spinach, and bok choy under the cold frame. They also pulled out some “misplaced” garlic that was …

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Nov
11

Principal’s Corner November 2017

Dear Families, Have you ever wondered when is the appropriate time to discuss social media use with your child/ren? While social media users are required to be at least 13 years of age according to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), many children become aware of social sites and apps much earlier. Driscoll families …

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