TEC Campus School 2020-2021 Spring Newsletter

April 22, 2021

Please enjoy the 2020-2021 Spring Newsletter!

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Butterfly Project at TEC Campus School

April 13, 2021

Over the last month, Dana’s class watched caterpillars progress through their life cycle. The caterpillars grew quickly and the class watched them prepare to move into chrysalises. Once they emerged from the chrysalises they waited for them to get strong before being let go. On a sunny afternoon, Dana’s class went outside to let them fly free! Of the four butterflies, three were reluctant to leave. They were patient and eventually they flew away. Two butterflies stopped on some hands […]

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TEC Campus School 2020-2021 Winter Newsletter

March 1, 2021

Please enjoy the 2020-2021 Winter Newsletter!

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The Great Kindness Challenge

The Great Kindness Challenge at TEC Campus School

February 23, 2021

TEC Campus School students and staff participated in The Great Kindness Challenge during the months of January and February. Please enjoy our slideshow to see all of the fun and meaningful ways we incorporate kindness in our school community. Kindness Matters at TEC Campus School!

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Summer 2021 Internship & Career Exploration Program

Summer 2021 Internship & Career Exploration Program Registration is set to open Wednesday, January 13, 2021

January 6, 2021

Registration for The Education Cooperative’s (TEC) Summer 2021 Internship & Career Exploration Program is set to open Wednesday, January 13, 2021. Applications will be accepted through April, with internship placements distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Read the full article

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TEC Internship Team Collaborative Award

TEC Internship Team Honored with Collaborative Award

December 4, 2020

On Thursday, November 19, TEC’s Internship & Career Exploration team was honored at  Brewster Branding’s Thank You & Awards Night event along with four student summer interns. Comprised of Emily Manz, Lauren Merriam and Jennifer Sullivan, the TEC Internship Team received the award for Collaborative Community Partner of the Year, and TEC intern Leila Salim from Newton South High School won the Rising Star Award for 2020. Brewster Branding, a creative agency out of Randolph, specializes in brand development and […]

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Shaws Give Back Where It Counts Program

The Education Cooperative Selected for Shaws Give Back Where It Counts Program

October 5, 2020

Have you heard the news? The Education Cooperative has been selected as the beneficiary of the Shaws GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Program! Each time the $2.50 reusable GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Bag is purchased at the Shaw’s at Nahatan Street, Norwood during the month of October, we will receive a $1 donation. 

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Fuse MA Fellowship Cohort 2 Updates

September 28, 2020

Our Fuse MA Fellowship with the Highlander Institute kicked off the 2020-2021 school year on September 24th. Program Manager Meg Smallidge & Fuse MA Coordinator Ken Toomey led Fellows through small group check-ins around their independent projects. The second half of the meeting featured a cross-collaborative scavenger hunt and district-specific breakout rooms with pilot teachers and school/district administrators from the Cohort 2 partner districts. Educators discussed various challenges they’re facing as they navigate back-to-school scenarios and shared ideas and strategies that have been working well for […]

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TEC students on bikes

All TEC Programs Are Open For In-Person Instruction

September 2, 2020

Dear TEC Families and Students, At TEC we know that together we create more opportunities and that is how we have developed our plan for the reopening of our vibrant learning community. Throughout these challenging months the TEC Leadership Team and staff has reviewed and aligned our practices and protocols to the COVID-19 guidelines provided to us from DESE, the CDC, state and local advisories to meet or exceed their guidance in order to prepare for the safe reopening of TEC’s in-person […]

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TEC Announces Virtual Course Specific to Physical Education and Wellness Educators

September 1, 2020

Physical Education is Important! Here’s why … As we begin this unusual school year, it is more important than ever to help people in our communities understand that a thriving physical education program is essential to students’ wellness and to a well-balanced school curriculum. This two-credit course is designed to give teachers and administrators the knowledge and confidence to speak of the importance of including Physical Education, Health and Wellness in a well-balanced curriculum. Participants will: identify key components of a […]

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