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North Reading Public Schools MAPLE Learning Tour
Join MAPLE for a Learning Tour of the North Reading Middle & High Schools in the North Reading Public Schools District. North Reading Middle School and High School invite you to tour their schools and receive an overview of their strategic work in the areas of personalized learning, data-driven instruction, digital learning classroom integration, 1:1 classroom instruction, device management, and digital resources. Additional topics will include the implementation of blended and online course delivery, robotics classrooms and a briefing on the strategic work the district leadership and staff have done as it relates to Future Ready Schools, MAPLE and a research project related to Relational Coordination. Learning Tour Goals: Understand the North Reading approach and progress thus far towards the elements of personalized learning. Observe how educators are fostering data-driven instruction, student help desk and Internship opportunities, and STEAM, Robotics and Computer Science Programs at the Middle and High Schools. Develop an understanding of how technology is being used to support student-centered learning experiences. Provide reflection and feedback to North Reading. * This tour is open to MAPLE Member Districts only

When: Apr 29, 2019 8am in North Reading, MA

Celebrating Those Special Days Throughout the Year – Being Culturally Aware

Holidays are one way that we can share culture and family traditions in our classrooms. It can be a rich experience to expose children to the diversity in their world. This diversity can be different holidays that people celebrate and the different ways people celebrate the same holiday.  Join us on May 9 from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm to learn ways to be culturally diverse throughout the entire year. Kathleen DelPrete of Nion Early Education Consultants will be presenting the workshop.  Please RSVP so we know to expect you.  A pizza dinner will be served with light refreshments.  Questions? Contact Amy Harper at amy.harper@Brighthorizons.com or call/text 603-748-8936. _____________________________________________________________________ This event is part of a professional development workshop series. Other offerings in the series are listed below. Click on each title to access theat event page. Please register separately for each workshop. Check back often for updates! 3/20/19, Natick- Successful Child Guidance: 101- Laying the Foundation for a Successful Classroom  3/27/19, Cambridge- Strategies for Managing Children with Challenging Temperaments 4/9/19, Marlborough- Engaging Children Outdoors 4/11/19, Boston- Celebrating Those Special Days Throughout the Year – Being Culturally Aware 4/24/19 Cambridge- Curriculum Development for Mixed-Age Groups 5/9/19, North Reading- Celebrating Those Special Days Throughout the Year – Being Culturally Aware 5/22/19, Norwell- Strategies for Managing Children with Challenging Temperaments 6/6/19, Bedford NH- Celebrating Those Special Days Throughout the Year – Being Culturally Aware

When: May 9, 2019 6:30PM in North Reading, MA

New England Women's Convention

Since 1989, the New England Women's Convention has been a gathering place for women all over New England to come together and encounter God! Cost:$30 until March 31st $40 after March 31st

When: May 9, 2019 7:30PM in North Reading, MA

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About North Reading, MA
North Reading Massachusetts was created as an independent town in 1853 and lies entirely within the watershed of the Ipswich River. By the 18th century the economy of the town was based on subsistence farming with limited hop production.

Along with a small saw mill, North Reading was home to numerous small shoe and boot makers and by 1850 small shops to make the footwear were attached to almost every home. These shops produced cheap footwear that was sold south to clothe slaves, so the Civil War destroyed the town’s industry. The principal products of the town then became milk, apples and fruits.

North Reading has grown into a very desirable residential community with many executive style homes within its boundaries and boasts an excellent public school system. The town center proudly retains its complete historic fabric and contains a Federal style meeting house and an affluent Federal village with a well preserved district of period houses.