June 22, 2020
Today, Monday, June 22 , is the t he last day of school for grades K-11.
Summer Learning
We have been working hard to plan for Summer Learning. If your child's school is hosting classes, they will reach out to you with information on times and registration. Contact your school with any questions. 
We also provide BPS 5th Quarter. These are run by BPS-approved partners. All eligible students are invited to attend, but any family can apply. Please note that space is limited.
Summer Camps, Jobs, and more!
Discover and register for the great opportunities in and around Boston. Virtual & on-location summer camps, summer jobs, and other activities.
Summer Reading Together
Summer Reading Together engages students to share the experience of reading and talking about the same book over the summer and when school begins. These book lists were compiled by librarians from the Boston Public Library, the Departments of English Language Arts and Library Services, and ELA teachers from BPS.
2020 Census
Your participation in the Census is critical to have an accurate count of every single person, including our babies and children, so that our neighborhoods get their fair share of federal funding to support services like health centers and hospitals, emergency services, public schools, free school meal programs, affordable housing vouchers, special education programs, and more. 

Complete your Census form online  2020census.gov  or call 844-330-2020
BPS Virtual Graduation Online
On June 13, the City of Boston honored graduating seniors in the Class of 2020 with a virtual graduation ceremony broadcast on WCVB Channel 5 and Entravision Boston. Hosted by Mayor Walsh, Superintendent Cassellius, and featuring former United States Secretary of Education John King as the keynote speaker, with some local celebrities and the 36 valedictorians from our Boston schools. Watch it here!
It Takes a Village
June 25 / 7 - 8 pm
How to have "the conversation" with black and brown children about being black in America and race relations.
Register here .
BPS Moves Together!
BPS has launched a new video program called BPS Moves Together! The family fitness program airs on Boston Neighborhood Network and streams online, providing BPS students and families access to physical and wellness education at home. Watch here.
Project Bread's FoodSource Hotline
Project Bread's FoodSource Hotline offers free food assistance to all Mass. residents. Call 800-645-8333, 8 am - 7 pm, Monday-Friday; 10 am - 2 pm, Saturday. TTY 800-377-1292
Boston Saves
K2 students get $50 for college or career training in an account from Boston Saves. Earn even more money for your child. Log into the Savings Center to see the money in your child’s account and start earning more.
BPS Helpline 617-635-8873
Call the helpline Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm for questions and information on resources available to BPS families during the school closure. Help is available in Arabic, Cape Verdean Creole, Chinese, French, Haitian Creole, Portuguese, Russian, Somali, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
Free Immigration Consultation Clinics at Boston City Hall via telephone. Call (617) 635-1962 or email for instructions on how to receive consultations with volunteer attorneys.
Click here for more resources.