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Runkle PTO Astronomy Night at the Clay Center Observatory
Fri., April. 15 6:15 -8:30 p.m.
The specially designed program for 4th graders is a fabulous educational experience that you won’t want to miss. The event is at the Clay Center Observatory at the Dexter School (20 Newton Street, Brookline),Friday, April 15th.
An astronomy show presented by “Galileo” will start promptly at 6:30 p.m., followed …
… Science Night
3rd Grade Techsploration Structure Workshops
4th Grade Astronomy Night at the Clay Center Observatory
5th Grade Math League: Kids compete in 3 town wide meets
5th Grade Techsploration Workshops, Simple machines
5th Grade Math Collaboration: solving puzzles as a group
6th Grade Math League: Kids compete in 3 town wide meets
6th Grade Techsploration, Electricity Workshops
6th Grade Math Collaboration: solving puzzles as a group
7th Grade Math Counts: Training …
This event is full
Thank you to everyone who has registered. We are now at capacity for this event and will be unable to register additional attendees.
If you are interested in the Clay Center, their Astronomy Day is next Saturday, May 14, 2011. Also offered at the Center are weekly public evenings April through December, weather permitting. Their next public evening is May …
… in Library for grades 5 and 6
• Music and Arts Festival
• Astronomy Night: May 6th, 250 Clay Center Observatory
• Math and Science Night: Rosemary M. will take lead
Brookline Teen Center
Feedback on getting the word out at Runkle, find possible liaison • Students may be interested in attending a pizza night to find out more.
Next Meeting’s Topics
Treasurer’s Update, Finding Bingo co-chair, a Runkle News editor, World Language Coffee
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Parade to Brookline Food Pantry1:30 pm Runkle Elementary School, 50 Druce St, Brookline, MA 02445, USA
Meet at Runkle at 1:30 pm and parade the food (from the Runkle food drive) to the Food Pantry (15 St Paul St), help sort food and hear about how the food pantry benefits our community.
Parent Information Session8:05 am
Topic to be announced. We understand you may not be able to stay for the whole session.
SEPAC welcomes Lisa Nowinski6:30 pm Runkle Library
Lisa Nowinski from Mass General Lurie Center for Autism - Using Neuropsychological Evaluations to Monitor Your Child's Developmental Progress & Need for Support
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