High School News and Events Archive

Foxborough Regional Charter School OPEN 7/15/14

Jul 14th 2014

Foxborough Regional Charter School OPEN 7/15/14

The Foxborough regional charter school building will be OPEN tomorrow Tuesday, July 15th. 

There will be summer school classes, running the regularly scheduled hours and the central office and administrative offices will be OPEN. 

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Foxborough Regional Charter School – 2014 Summer Hours and Closings

Jun 25th 2014

Foxborough Regional Charter School  - 2014 Summer Hours and Closings 

Summer School Closings:

  • The school will be closed on Thursday, June 26, 2014 in honor of our 8th Annual Golf Tournament.
  • The school will be closed on Friday, July 4, 2014 in honor of Independence Day.

Summer Hours Effective June 27, 2014

  • 8:30am – 3:00pm    * Monday – Thursday * (Closed 12pm – 1pm for Lunch)
  • 9:00am – 12:00pm  * Friday
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News and Updates from PIE

Jun 23rd 2014

News and Updates from PIE

Dear FRCS Students, Families and Staff!

I would like to thank you for an amazing two years as PIE president.  It has been my pleasure getting to know so many of you and watching you enjoy PIE events.  Knowing I had a hand in helping bring so many smiles to so many faces has been such a joy.

Your new president, Stephanie Rizzo, is so excited to continue working closely with all of you.  She is full of energy and will bring so much to the PIE board.  Stephanie, Laurie Asencios and Kathy Montal are new to the board this year, please join me in welcoming them and working with them to make this next school year a great one!

Thank you FRCS for all of the great memories.  I’m looking forward to all of the new ones that will be created in the coming years.  Have a great summer!

Sincerely- Jennifer Smith

PIE Board

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Save the Date! First Annual Foxboro Community Olympic Day

Jun 19th 2014

Save the Date! Saturday August 9th – First Annual Foxboro Community Olympic Day Sponsored by Foxboro Rotary Club

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Important End of the Year News from the Nurse’s Office

Jun 19th 2014

Important End of the Year News from the Nurse’s Office

Medication Pick Up:

Please remember to pick up your child’s medication on or before the last day of school. Medication will only be given to an adult. 

Any medication that is not picked up will not be stored over the summer they will be disposed of.

Physicals:

Students entering grades K, 4, 7 and 10 need to have updated physicals submitted to the nurses office prior to the start of the 2014-2015 school year.

If your child is planning on playing a fall sport they must also have an updated physical submitted to the school nurse. Please contact the nurse if you have any questions.… Read the rest

2014-2015 Parent Ambassadors – Thank You!

Jun 17th 2014

2014-2015 Parent Ambassadors – Thank You!

parent ambassadorsPlease welcome our new Parent Ambassadors for 2014-2015!

They are already busy sending welcome postcards to our incoming families.

Back Left to Right: Tony Cadogan, Lisa Frolio, Iesha Marcelino, Alison Bancroft, Margie Perryman,

Front Left to Right: Deb Werner, Kathleen DeFanti, Tripti  Srivastava

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Foxborough Regional Charter School 2013-2014 A Year in Review

Jun 13th 2014
Foxborough Regional Charter School A Year in Review
Dear Families,

This newsletter is a summary of the accomplishments and achievements of the 2013-2014 school year.

It highlights the successes of students and staff and reflects the support of an engaged and committed community of parents.

While this document may not include every detail of our school year, our intent is to capture the essence of the great work and many accomplishments of the stakeholders of our school community and to recognize all students, staff and families for their achievements this year.

Congratulations to all and to all a good summer!  Download the newsletter here.

Mark F. Logan, Ph.D.

Executive Director

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Snip Our Stamps – Summer Stamp Project Volunteers Needed!

Jun 9th 2014

Snip Our Stamps – Summer Stamp Project Volunteers Needed!

LATEST UPDATE:    3,749,287 stamps  had been donated and counted as of May 2014!

Help us snip our stamps over the summer!

Holocaust Stamps Project - A Community Service Learning initiative of FRCS teaching life lessons based on world history:

  • To educate about the dangers of prejudice, discrimination, and bullying
  • To promote tolerance of differences and  respect for diversity
  • To raise awareness of the magnitude and impact of 11 million innocent lives lost as a result of the Holocaust
Kristallnacht

The postage stamp collage art, “KRISTALLNACHT- The Night of Broken Glass”, took more than a year to complete.

For more information about this project or to volunteer, please contact Mrs. Jamie Droste, Student Life Advisor:jdroste@foxboroughrcs.orgRead the rest

Continuous Improvement, Seeking Feedback

Jun 9th 2014

Continuous Improvement, Seeking Feedback

Foxborough Regional Charter strives to provide the best education possible to all students.

Our goal is to instill a love of lifelong learning, shaping and developing our students in a way that emphasizes the importance of leadership and community service.

Please help us continue to provide an outstanding program by answering a few short questions. Your feedback is valued and appreciated.

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2014 Boyden Library Special Events

Jun 7th 2014

FIZZ! BOOM! READ!

2014 Summer Reading Program & Special Events – The Boyden Library Children’s Department

10 Bird Street   508-543-1246  *  www.boydenlibrary.org

 

  • Boyden Library’s summer reading program will run from June 30 – August 9.  Early registration begins June 23 in the Children’s Department.  The program is mostly enjoyed by independent readers up to age 12 and pre-readers as young as 2.
  • Everyone will receive a reading log upon registration. Use the log to keep track of your reading progress by recording the date along with the number of books, number of pages, or number of minutes you read each week.  The library encourages you to read at least 20 minutes per day.  Then each week beginning June 30, show the library staff your reading progress and receive a great prize.  Have your log filled out before you come to the desk.  All books count – even the books on your school’s required summer reading list.  Those who read
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