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Brand new books from a list created by Lyndon School students were donated through the BC Reads program.
Students from multiple Parkway schools donated money to not wear uniforms for the day with all funds going to One Fund Boston.
Carol Johnson has been the superintendent of Boston Schools for six years.
The Ohrenberger and Beethoven K-8 schools are holding a no uniform day today in exchange for a donation to the One Fund Boston.
Every penny counts, so any and all loose change can be dropped off the Patrick Lyndon School office in West Roxbury for One Fund Boston.
Students will be able to donate any amount and not have to wear a school uniform, with all funds raised going to the One Fund Boston to help those most affected by the bombings.
Superintendent Carol R. Johnson sent out a letter to staff and student families on Tuesday.
Students were also taught financial literacy lessons by TD Bank volunteer instructors.
The Catholic college threatened to crack down on condom-dispensing students. Is the school right to defend its beliefs or is it stifling student rights?
One nearby school district thinks so.
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