BROMFIELD SCHOOL COUNCIL COMMUNITY MEMBER OPENING

Do you have a neighbor or someone you know in the community who would be interested in serving on the Bromfield School Council as a community representative?

The council meets approximately 15 times a year and is responsible for:

1. Adopting educational goals for the school that are consistent with local

educational policies and statewide student performance standards

2. Identifying the educational needs of students attending the school

3. Reviewing the annual school budget

4. Formulating an annual school improvement plan

If you know someone who might be interested, he/she should contact Jim O'Shea at joshea@psharvard.org.

For more information about the council, go to Bromfield School Council.

SEPAC HOSTS NEW DIRECTOR OF PUPIL SERVICES March 18

SEPAC is hosting a Wine and Cheese Welcome for the new director of pupil services, Marie Harrington, on March 18, 7-9 p.m. at Center on the Common's Fireplace Room. This event is open to the public.

NEW COMMUNITY EDUCATION CLASSES

Spectrum -- new classes!

April Vacation Week, Superstar Drama presents Law & Order FTU (Fairy Tale Unit). Promises to be lots of fun!

Kenpo Karate coming soon! Watch for more information.

Artist in Residence Music lessons: We have a new instructor, Steve Peisch, who will be offering a 10-week session of music lessons in violin, viola, guitar, bass guitar and beginning piano.

More information, go to http://hes.psharvard.org/before_after_school.html or contact Judy Cavanaugh in the Community Education Office at jcavanaugh@psharvard.org.