OPEN POSITIONS: PIERCE PTO!
Pierce School needs your support! The PTO leadership team has wonderful opportunities for parents to be involved in the 2017-2018 school year. Being part of the PTO is a rewarding way to connect with and enrich our school community. Open positions include:
Pierce Communications Chair (1 position available)
The PTO seeks a volunteer who will works closely with PTO and develops and executes a strategy for open, consistent and accurate communication between the school and the Pierce community by publishing The Bridge (the Pierce weekly newsletter) and Principal's Corner.
For additional information, contact
Bridge Editor (1 position available)
The PTO seeks a volunteer to edit the weekly newsletter. Work closely with the Communications Chair and other PTO members to ensure that the Bridge is complete, on time, and error-free! Editing the Bridge is a wonderful way to stay informed about school and Brookline community events. Interested? Contact email@example.com.
PIERCE MOVIE NIGHT WAS A SUCCESS!!
We had a packed house for pizza and a movie on 2/17. Thank you to the Student Council for co-sponsoring this event with posters, movie choice, activities, pizza ticket sales as well as your enthusiasm and efforts! hank you also to the Volunteers and Chaperones Yan Zheng, Xiaozhuang He, Buks Moolman, Gioia Perugini, Claudia Xavier, Dan Wang, Elisabetta Del Re-Oster, Bill Barry and Paula Rubio-Fernandez.
SHOP AMAZON AND BENEFIT PIERCE SCHOOL
Want to find a way to make your shopping contribute to the school? When you shop at Amazon through the school website, the Pierce PTO receives a percentage of your purchases at no extra cost to you. Each time you shop at Amazon, remember to go to the
first, and click on the icon below:
ORDER YOUR 2016-2017 PIERCE SCHOOL YEARBOOK!!
The process of ordering a school yearbook for your child is quick and easy with online ordering!
Simply follow these steps:
2. Click on the "Place an Order" button
3. Select "Yearbooks"
4. Type in this password: yearbook2017
5. Complete the online order form to purchase yearbook for $25 with a credit card
6. Orders must be placed by:
PIERCE SCHOOL'S DESTINATION IMAGINATION COMPETITIVE SCIENCE TEAM!
Four Pierce School 3rd Graders--Aspen, Emily, Alexa and Zanna--will compete i
n the MA Destination Imagination Science Tournament. Their project focuses on both cryptic and steganographic codes and addresses the issues of puppy mills. They have worked for months on developing an 8-minute play, as required, to present their scientific solutions. Good Luck and Have Fun!
SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEETING
Thurs., 3/16 6pm @ James F. Walsh Committee Room, 5th Floor, Town Hall
This is an open discussion between the Brookline School Committee and the public, with topics to be determined by participants. The meeting includes a Joint Meeting with the Board of Selectmen (7:00pm in the Selectmen's Hearing Room, 6th Floor, Town Hall). Please see the full meeting docket at
. Questions? Contact Robin Coyne (
BROOKLINE SCHOOL COMMITTEE REVIEWS IMPORTANT POLICIES
Bullying Prevention Policy and Policy Against Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Retaliation
As part of it's regular review of school policies, the Brookline School Committee is revising two of the district's most important ones, our Bullying Prevention Policy and our Policy Against Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Retaliation. The School Committee members need your help in crafting these policies. They are hoping to get a wide range of input from parents and guardians as they finalize these policies over the next two weeks. If you are interested in commenting on either one of these proposed policies, you can read them at
and email School Committee Member Lisa Jackson with questions, comments, and input at
. Please comment by 3/15.
TICKETS ON SALE FOR ANNIE!!
Mon-Fri, 7:45-8:15am; Mon.-Thurs., 2:15-2:45pm; Fri., 1:15-1:45pm @ outside main office and at the performances
ONLY A FEW SPOTS LEFT FOR OPEN MIC NIGHT!!
Thurs., 3/23 6-8pm @ Pierce auditorium; free pizza 5:30-6pm
BROOKLINE SEPAC EVENT: AN EVENING WITH STUDENT SERVICES DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT, SAM ZIMMERMAN
Mon., 3/27, 7-8:30pm @
MLK Meeting Room
No reservations required, 8th grade parents welcome and light refreshments will be served! For Brookline High School Parents and Guardians of Students with IEP's and 504's, this is an opportunity to hear about what's going on in Special Education at BHS, future plans and to ask questions.
PIERCE SPRING BOOK FAIR
Believe it or not, the Pierce spring book fair is around the corner. Drop off books outside the Pierce main office. Thanks for all your book fair donations thus far. Please do keep them coming. If you have donations (or have neighbors who have donations) but are unable to bring them in to school for some reason, please email
to arrange a pick up.
2ND ANNUAL BROOKLINE YOUTH CLIMATE ADAPTATION CHALLENGE
Sat., 4/1 11am-2pm @ Pierce School Cafeteria
Budding (K-12) artists, performers and scientists are invited to participate in the 2nd Annual Brookline Youth Climate Adaptation Challenge! Encourage your youth to participate in this unique environmental fair that celebrates nature inspired innovation, art and science! New ideas, concepts, theories, poems, plays, dance or art designs are requested - just be super creative, have lots of fun and think BIG! Categories: Biomimicry, Water (propose a solution addressing water quality, conservation/drought, pollution, wastewater or water bottles) and Art (eco-art display, eco-poetry, eco-themed dance or a 5-minute play)! Limited Space, FREE...register quickly. For details, contact
For a list of community events, please click here.
WRITING AND ORGANIZATIONAL COACH FOR GRADES 8-12
We just relocated to Brookline, so I'm introducing my writing and organizational coaching services. I work 1:1 with students on essays, research writing, and creative writing. I also help those struggling with homework organization and task management. My thoughtful support builds self-esteem while improving skills.
Learn Jazz/Blues/Classical, theory, sightreading from a Berklee & New England Conservatory graduate with 30+ years teaching experience. Build a high quality musical foundation with a patient, upbeat, and caring instructor. Beginners especially welcome. Have a positive and successful learning experience. Gloria Jasinski, phone:
- about 1 mile from Pierce
phone: (617) 730-2580