I hope you find the information provided here helpful in
learning more about our school system.
The Braintree Public Schools has
a proud tradition of academic
excellence. Our staff is committed to fostering student achievement at
all levels. Our students work hard and are serious about their studies.
Our parents are actively involved in home-school partnerships and the
Braintree community consistently demonstrates its support for the excellent
programs in our schools.
Please feel free to contact me or any of our schools for additional information
Maureen S. Murray, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools
Braintree Public Schools – Superintendent
Due to the upcoming retirement of Dr. Murray, the Braintree School
Committee is seeking an exceptional educational leader to serve
as its new Superintendent
of Schools. The Massachusetts Association of School Committees
is conducting the search to fill this position. For further information,
Braintree Schools MLK Day Posters now on exhibit
at Barnes & Noble, Braintree
Barnes & Noble, Braintree, will be exhibiting the wining posters
created by Braintree Public School students at the elementary level,
now through Saturday, February 28, in recognition of Black History Month.
The artwork was created by students for Braintree Mayor Sullivan’s
annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Poster contest.
for BPS Employees :
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in order to protect
children, requires that school officials obtain criminal background information
to determine the suitability of current and prospective employees. This
information is obtained through two sources: the CORI (Criminal Offender
Record Information) system, which stores information on Massachusetts
criminal history; and the SAFIS (Statewide Applicant Fingerprint Identification
Services) program, which conducts fingerprint-based background checks
through the FBI’s national criminal history database.
As a new employee
of the Braintree Public Schools, you will be asked to consent to a CORI
check, which will be repeated every three years. More information here
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Gymnasium Divider Curtain
East Middle School - more information
As you may already know, influenza (flu) activity is widespread across
the United States, at high intensity in many locations. It is likely
that it will peak in Massachusetts within the next few weeks.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health, like the Center of Disease
Control (CDC), recommends a three-pronged approach to influenza prevention
Vaccination – there is still time to get vaccinated.
prevention: handwashing, cough etiquette, and staying home when sick.
· Treatment – antivirals
like Tamiflu are most effective when started early after symptom onset.