Help support all Beverly Public Schools, our teachers and their students through the Beverly Education Foundation’s “Honor A Teacher”. A “Teacher” includes all exemplary educators including teachers, paraprofessionals, ESP, librarians, support staff, janitors, etc…
About the Beverly Education Foundation: Our mission is to enhance and improve the education experience of our students and to provide additional professional development for our faculty. These efforts will aid the children to become more flexible in thought and more active members of society. Chose from three ways to “HONOR A TEACHER” to fund quality educational opportunities:
A: TEACHER WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE: With a donation of $25.00 or more made in the name of that special teacher, a certificate will be sent to the teacher indicating both the donation in their name as well as how
important they have been in the student’s or your life. Please feel free to attach comments to your donation about why you chose to honor this teacher. A copy will be sent to the Beverly Public Schools to communicate how important that person is to Beverly Public Schools.
B: HONOR A TEACHER: With a donation of $10.00 or more made in the name of the teacher honored, a card will be sent to the teacher indicating your thanks for all the time, effort and caring they have given your child
throughout the year.
C: IN MEMORIAM: A thoughtful way to let the families of deceased students, teachers and administrators know that their loved ones have made a difference in Beverly education (donation of $15.00 or more).
Remember that no matter what level of support you choose – every dollar counts. Kindly have your donation in no later than June 7, 2013. Acknowledgements & certificates will be distributed on June 12, 2013.
Worldwide International Student Exchange is a non-profit educational program. We are looking for Host Families for about 30 students that are coming from Spain. Hosting a student is a rewarding experience for the whole family! Here is some info:
- Students can share a room with your child of the same gender
- Students are ages 14-18 years old
- Students have a structured program each day from 9-5 with English classes and field trips
- Students come with their own spending money
- All of the students speak English. You do not need to speak Spanish
- Students only want to experience an American family. There is no need to run around making sure the students see everything as they will be doing a great deal of this with the program. We only ask that you make them part of your family.
- Families help each other with rides, pick-up, etc. So we can most likely work out any issues you may have with that.
- This is an amazing opportunity to experience a different culture!
Please think about this wonderful opportunity.
Spanish program beings June 30 – July 27
Kara McGarigal, Family Recruiter, 781-367-7251 email@example.com
Our next No Cook Night is Tuesday, April 16th at Not Your Average Joe’s, 45 Enon Street, Beverly. Certificates were sent home with all students with details.
Present the certificate for 15% off your total purchase (excluding alcohol). The deal is good all day.
Thanks to Not Your Average Joe’s for their support.
Using SCRIP gift cards is a great way to support Centerville School by buying things you ALREADY buy. Those daily trips to Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks or weekly visits to Stop N Shop could be earning money for Centerville school.
Here’s how to get started:
Getting Started with SCRIP card purchases
In order to allow parents and students to get a jump on school supply purchases and take advantages of sales we have the recommended supply lists here.
Thank you for support and cooperation, and we look forward to seeing everyone in the fall.
The Beverly Library and Hamilton-Wenham Library are presenting a month of events celebrating the life and work of Dr. Gordon Sato. Dr. Sato is an award winning biologist who launched the Manzabar project, aimed at attacking the planet’s most critical problems such as poverty, hunger, environmental pollution, and global warming.
Two books will be featured during the events in March. The Mangrove Tree by Susan Roth and Cindy Trumbore and Farewell to Manzabar by Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston.
There are events scheduled at the main library branch in Beverly, the Beverly Farms branch and also the Hamilton-Wenham branch. On Thursday, March 29, Dr. Sato will speak on the Gordon College campus from 7:30 – 8:30.
Please click on the following link for full details.
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Centerville’s Annual Scholastic Book Fair — “Grab a Good Book and Chill…..brrrrrrr” is coming! You’ll find every-level titles appropriate for your student readers as well as for younger/older siblings. We even have books for Mom, Dad and the grandparents that include cookbooks, puzzle guides and other fun items.
Book Fair times are Monday January 23rd – Friday, January 27th (open during classroom library times, as well as 2 PM dismissal). Family Shop Night is Tuesday, January 24th from 6 – 8 PM. Come browse together at your leisure.
Volunteers are needed — please sign up in school lobby beginning January 11th, or contact Sherrie Otterbein directly (firstname.lastname@example.org
Joani Geltman, renowned therapist and consultant, will give a lively, frank, and informative presentation to 4th and 5th grade parents on Tuesday, January 31 from 6:30 – 8 PM at North Beverly Elementary School.
Sponsored by Beverly elementary school PTOs, this free event will focus on texting and sexting and the challenges of technology, limits, and modeling for our kids. Joani puts it all out there and tells you what you need to know!