… acts participate in what was a most entertaining and affirming night. Many thanks to Ms. Bigda and Mr. Lass for their work in resurrecting this special event. Also last Friday was our annual Field Day, which was organized by the Runkle Student Council and Mr. Pelton.  Many thanks to all the students, teachers, and parents for their work in putting together the special surprise culmination to the day!

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… students took part in the Metro-Boston MathCounts competition.  Runkle’s team, coached by Mr. Lass, finished first among the eight Brookline school teams, and 5th out of the 32 teams overall in this very challenging MathCounts chapter.  As a result, Runkle is among those schools advancing to next month’s State competition!   Congratulations to Iris (who finished with the 7th highest individual score of the 200+ participants), Sam, Alex, Ilaria, Ben, Josh, Maya, Nima, Margaret, …

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…  Indeed!

Congratulations to both the girls’ and boys’ basketball teams (coached by Mr. Lass and Mr. McTaggart, respectively) on their wins this past week against Lawrence School.  Each Wednesday afternoon you can find one of our teams competing in the Runkle Gym – this week the girls will be at home — stop by and support them!  Tip-off is usually around 3:15 pm.

 

This past Thursday afternoon, Mr. Cramer took over 30 5th and 6th graders over to the Devotion School …

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EVERYONE IS WELCOME

Runkle had a special treat on Friday when former New England Patriot Martellus Bennett came to read to the 4th grade in the Martin Sleeper Library.  Mr. Bennett, a spokesperson for the Read to a Child literacy and mentoring program, read “Hey AJ – It’s Saturday !”, a story he himself wrote. Mr. Bennett’s passion for literacy, engagement, and the …

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Project 351 – Congratulations to 8th Grader Maya and her Runkle Minions, whose Community Service Project generated over 50 bags of clothing for Cradles-to-Crayons!!  Thank you to all in the Runkle community who contributed!   Maya was selected as Brookline’s representative for Project 351, whose mission is to “Unite diverse 8th grade service Ambassadors from every city and town in the …

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