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Farlow’s legacy continues through Brookline’s students

Frank Wendell Farlow’s legacy will continue to support the Brookline community and encourage activism through a scholarship newly created in his name. A Town Meeting...

Girl Scouts To Host Waltham Camp Open House

The Girl Scouts will hold a summer camp open house from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. March 16 at Camp Cedar Hill, 241 Forest St.,...

Whole Foods Donating Portion Of Sales To Brookline Education Foundation

Based on a poll of Whole Foods Facebook fans, Brookline Education Foundation has been chosen as the recipient of 5 percent of the Beacon...
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Modern Educayshun

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKcWu0tsiZM

Five Things To Do In Brookline

1. Put on your dancing shoes and raise money for Boston Children’s Hospital’s Every Child Fund on March 9. The Brookline High School Dance Marathon...

Heath School Principal Asa Sevelius To Be Honored

Asa Sevelius, principal of the Heath School in Brookline, and the first transgender principal in the state, and possibly the second to transition on...

Students Left Scrambling As AG Healey Looks Into UMass-Mount Ida deal

Thousands of students are scrambling to decide on their future as the state’s attorney general looks into a deal between UMass-Dartmouth and Mount Ida...

New Task Force Set To Review Devotion’s Name Due To Slaveholding...

“You just picture a little black kid having to walk into a school with the name of a slaveholder,” Brookline resident Deborah Brown said...

Around Town

1. Learn what to do in a medical emergency at the “You are the help until help arrives” event on April 5. Hosted by Fallon...

Brookline Residents Are Divided Over Whether To Seize Pine Manor Land

More than 200 people gathered in a high school auditorium Monday evening to spar over whether Brookline should seize 7 acres land from Pine Manor...
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Hellenic College Holy Cross Searching For A New President

The Board of Trustees of Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology (HCHC) is seeking a dynamic, visionary, and strategic...

New Shop Open In Washington Square Society Of Grown Ups Spot

A little more than a year ago the Society of Grownups, a two-year Mass Mutual experiment, abruptly shuttered its doors and took its financial...

Mid-Day Monday Mystery Book Club

Join Monday, January 8, 2018 from 12:30 to 1:30 at the Coolidge Corner library Meeting Room. Copies of the book to be discussed will be...
Ivy Street School

Looking To Hire A Special Education Teacher

Job ID: 2902872 The Ivy Street School is a 766 private, certified special education school for adolescents with brain injuries, autism and other neurological disorders, located...

Devotion Project Remains On Time & On Budget

The Devotion School Renovation continues to be on time and on budget. If you have driven by the project site on Harvard Street recently, you may...

The Art Of Remembering Names

What is the cost to you of not remembering names? Embarrassment? Missed opportunities? Missed connections? Fear of meeting new people? Lost business? This method has...

Selectmen & School Committee Hold 1st Meeting About 9th School Alternative...

More than 75 people attended the first meeting to consider an alternative site for the 9th Elementary School held at the Brookline High School...

Hebrew College Gala Honors Brookline Rabbi

Celebrating leadership, Jewish education and innovation, Hebrew College honored Brookline resident Rabbi Ma’ayan Sands at its annual Gala, attended by almost 350 people at...

Brookline To Consider Pine Manor For Ninth School Option

Ninth School options are back on the table. The Brookline Board of Selectmen just announced that they are considering using land at Pine Manor...

Become The Police Chief For A Day

The Brookline Police Department Patrol Division is offering an exciting opportunity to all 5th graders in the Town of Brookline to become the police...
Sidonie Brown

Sidonie Brown Is One Of The Recipients Of The 2019 OMEGA...

On June 06, 2019, the MIT AgeLab, in partnership with AARP, presented the fourth annual OMEGA scholarship awards to three accomplished young adults from...

Brookline Youth Participate In Kick Butts Day

Youth from Brookline joined others from across the Commonwealth on April 26, 2017 for a Kick Butts Day event to celebrate their role in...
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If You Can’t Do The Little Things Right…

Former US Navy Admiral, William H. McRaven  

9th School Public Hearing

After hearing the Mid-Point Progress Update on the work HMFH has done to date to study the existing school site options on February 8th,...

Small Private Colleges Attracting Fewer Students

Small, liberal arts college administrators are growing increasingly concerned as their enrollment numbers fall. The Boston Globe reports undergraduate enrollment trends at 118 four-year private...

Brookline Schools To Celebrate Car-Free Day In October

From the Town of Brookline Department of Public Health: On Wednesday morning, October 4, 2017, fewer Brookline students will be jumping out of private cars...

Brookline Resident Mentors With Partners In Education

Frank Ty Rabe, of Brookline, is a volunteer mentor with Boston Partners in Education, past two years in the Gardner Pilot Academy's math program. Rabe...

Brookline Arts Center Open House

The Brookline Arts Center is pleased to host an open house on Saturday, June 10, 2017 from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Join us...