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  •  MTE Family Reading Night

    MTE Family Reading Night - Thursday, February 29th (6:30-7:30PM)

    MTE Family Reading Night

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  •  Attention Milton Terrace Families - Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region

    Milton Terrace Families - Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region

    Students learned about Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region (RMHC-CR) and the Read for Ronald McDonald House Charities program (Read for RMHC). RMHC-CR is an organization dedicated to supporting children and families, especially those struggling with childhood illnesses and injuries. They work to keep families together and close to the care that they need. In the month of March, students are invited to join the Read for RMHC program, giving them the opportunity to volunteer their time to read and earn donations to support children and families in need in our community. Your child will receive a packet providing more information about the program. We encourage all students to participate in this wonderful program and experience the power of helping others. Below is a link to our team page. Please take a look to learn more and talk with your child about this special program! For additional information or questions, please contact: Kerri Manke at kmanke@bscsd.org ● Nancy Damato at ndamato@rmhcofalbany.org

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  •  Dr. Chaucer's Newsletter

    Elementary Updates - February 16, 2024

    Elementary Updates

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  • The Scotties Recap - February 16, 2024

    Check out our newly launched electronic newsletter for up to date district happenings - The Scotties Recap

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  •  MTE PTA NEWS!

    MTE PTA NEWS!

    MTE PTA NEWS!

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  •  Updated Wellness Policy:  Please Review

    Updated Wellness Policy: Please Review

    MTE Families, Are you wondering what can be brought in for classroom celebrations (birthdays, holidays)? Check out this letter from our BSCSD elementary principals to find out!

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