BRCPS IS FOLLOWING STATE GUIDANCE REGARDING COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS AND POLICIES. WE WILL POST ALL IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS AND COVID-19 RELATED RESOURCES ON THIS PAGE.
Please see the attached update regarding masking:
FREE COVID-19 TESTING FOR STUDENTS AT BRCPS
FREE COVID-19 TESTING IS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS AT BRCPS.
Please enroll your student in free COVID-19 Testing at the school at the following link:
We are urging ALL students and staff (vaccinated and unvaccinated) to participate in this
testing to assist with maintaining health and safety measures within our school buildings.
Public Resources & Information
To help keep your family safe, please refer to official information and recommendations from the MA Department of Public Health (DPH), City of Boston Public Health Commission, national Center for Disease Control (CDC), and the National Association School Nurses.
Community Resources and Information for Families
Please check here for resources for you and your children. This includes information on food access, tips for social-emotional support and wellness, and other public/community resources that may be helpful to you during this period.
If you have questions about academics, please contact your child’s teacher(s) using the email address provided below. For questions about community resources, please contact BRCPS Family & Community Engagement Coordinator, Ms. Taimari Rivera at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BRCPS is providing breakfast and lunch to all families of current BRPCS students. Meals are provided to go, with curbside pickup in the school’s parent pickup lane, each week, Monday through Friday, 11:00am-1:00pm. In addition, families picking up meals on Fridays will also receive breakfast and lunch for Saturday and Sunday.
Strategies for supporting your child’s learning and wellbeing – Strategies at Home for Families
Community Resources, including Health, Unemployment, Meals, Wifi, Wellness and more –
Food Resource Maps, provided by the City of Boston, for each section of the city:
Additional Food Resources:
Project Bread COVID-19 Resources & the Project Bread FoodSource Hotline 800-645-8333
The Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office has created this comprehensive guide for local residents: