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NEW BEDFORD — A group of seventh grade scholars at Alma del Mar Charter School will donate 15 fleece blankets to The Donovan House, a sober transitional housing program for women and their children in New Bedford.Read More
How do we make the world a better place? It’s an age-old question, one that’s been debated and fought over for thousands of years.Read More
Students from Codman Academy Charter School marched to the nearby Codman Square post office last Friday to mail hand-written postcards and letters to President Donald J. Trump about kindness and inclusion.Read More
TYNGSBORO -- The tale of the mathematical tape being compiled by Aiden Felty has added up to a meteoric rise as one of the top high school shot putters in the country.Read More
Whitmire: Why Boston’s Most Racially Diverse School Could Also Be the Country’s Most Interesting School Integration Story
EAST HARWICH — A fan of soccer and toy soldiers, 9-year-old Martin Owens was impressed by the sight of Nazi troops pouring into his native Vienna during the annexation of Austria in 1938.Read More
NEW BEDFORD — A Global Learning Charter Public School senior is going to Princeton University. On a full scholarship. And she didn’t even apply.Read More
Rocco opened his presentation with a simple question.
“How’s everyone doing today?”
But before any of the ninth-graders from Atlantis Charter School in Fall River could say anything, Rocco stepped in and answered for them.
“You’re doing a lot better than me.”Read More
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Dozens of students from 10 western Massachusetts high schools have completed their second day at the 78th annual Model Congress at American International College.Read More
Gayathri Srinivasan, O.D. examines Codman Academy student Antoinette Webster. Dr. Srinivasan is the attending pediatric optometrist at the Codman Square Health Center. Photo courtesy Scotland Huber/Codman Square Health Center