Saint bridget school framingham

Saint bridget school framingham

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Welcome to the online auction for the Saint Bridget School PTO! Thank you for coming to look at the auction items that are available. The proceeds from this auction will be donated to the Saint Bridget School PTO. Your gift will have a significant effect on the students and faculty at Saint Bridget School. We are grateful for your generosity!
You are free to bid on as many things as you want. On Friday, November 4th, 2016, bidding will close at 9 p.m. Bidders with the highest bid will be automatically informed by email once bidding closes. After that, you’ll be asked to pay for your item using PayPal. Please contact Jenn Ryan at [email protected] to make payment arrangements if you prefer to pay by cash or check.
All *paid* things can be picked up at the school on Saturday, November 5th during Comedy Night.
Simply contact Jenn Ryan to arrange ([email protected]) if you’ve paid for your item and would like it sent home in your child’s backpack. If you are not a Saint Bridget School family and have won an item, please email Jenn and we will make arrangements for your item to be shipped or picked up.

Whiteboard drawings – fall 2018

FRAMINGHAM, ENGLAND — Students at St. Bridget School in Framingham are uncertain when they will obtain the list of electives available in the upcoming trimester. When the time comes, they are advised to read the options silently and rank their top three choices. This means they won’t be able to consult with their peers or enroll in the same classes as their friends. Instead, the electives combine students from grades six through eight, putting together students of various ages who have common interests. Each student takes three electives during the academic year, which rotate by trimester. Veterinary research, a stock market contest, and sign language have also been electives in previous years. Caricatures and quilling are the most recent additions to the list of options (also called paper filigree). Students in this year’s elective “Around the World in 80 Days” study various cultures and present plans for hypothetical trips. To avoid adding to the students’ workload, there are no assessments or grades. Cathleen Chaves, principal of St. Bridget School, began the electives program three years ago. It has two goals, according to her: helping students make friends outside of their normal peer groups and exposing students to fields they may not think about until high school or college.

Wake up call: st. bridget’s school

Saint Bridget School is a catholic, Christian school that provides a high-quality education. Every day, our pupils, from PreSchool (3 years old) to Grade 8, are challenged morally, academically, socially, and physically. They are both active members of St. Bridget Parish and the Framingham neighborhood. Saint Bridget School has a long history of academic achievement, and our students continue their education at many of the area’s private and parochial high schools after they graduate from eighth grade. Saint Bridget School is committed to Christian formation, a high-quality education, and the holistic development of students in a Catholic faith culture.
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Peg was a graduate of Regis College in Weston and worked for New England Telephone as a Staff Manager for 25 years before “retiring” to become a teacher at St. Bridget’s School in Framingham.
Peg’s first priority was her family. She was a devoted aunt to Jim and Nicole Biggins of Waltham and Jennifer and Chris Moeller of Groton, as well as their children Sophia, Emma, Luke, Chris, and Addisyn. Peg was also tight with her Waltham aunt Mary Biggins and her husband Bill Parker.
John Donahue and his wife Jaime of Williamsburg, VA; Kevin Donahue and his wife Marcie of Harvard; Mary Kuta and her husband Marc of Acton; Dan Donahue and his wife Christie of Southborough; Jim Donahue and Tom Murphy of Bridgewater, MA; and Anne Donahue and Greg Meurer of Westwood were all fortunate to have Peg in their lives.
Peg adored her 13 grandchildren, including Catherine Venturi and Jack Donahue, Quentin, Tommy, and Wesley Donahue, Erin, Paul, and Tim Kuta, Max, Will, and Owen Donahue, and Grace and Evie Meurer.