District Announcements

  • May 23 Police Search at Hoar Sanctuary

    This morning at approximately 8:30 a.m. the Brookline Police received reports of shots fired in the Hoar Sanctuary behind the Baker School. Police immediately secured the building to ensure the safety of all children. After investigating the matter, the Brookline Police stopped and identified man who was target shooting with an air rifle.

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  • New Principal for Lincoln School

    Brian Denitzio was announced as the next Principal of the Lincoln School at the May 19 School Committee meeting.

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  • Update Time for June 7 9th School Meeting

    The next public meeting to hear an update on the 9th school site selection is at a joint School Committee/Board of Selectmen meeting on June 7 in the Selectmen’s Hearing Room at 8:00 p.m.

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  • Well-Attended 9th School Public Meeting on May 18

    More than 100 parents, guardians, and residents attended the May 18 public hearing at Pierce School on building a 9th elementary school. The meeting informed people of three sites needing further study over the spring/summer in order to come up with a decision in October on one site to move into a feasibility study phase.

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  • Upcoming Public Meetings on the 9th Elementary School

    All parents, guardians, and community members are invited to attend public meetings on the 9th Elementary School site selection process for a new K-8 elementary school on May 18 and June 7.

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