Black History Month video
Please enjoy this celebration of Black history created by our Trotter Staff. Special thanks to Sandy Fonseca Lopes, who put this beautiful video together!
Updated Timeline for Reopening and Phasing Additional Students to In-Person Learning
Monday, February 1: High Priority students for in-person learning.
The students returning for high in-person priority include:
All other students are eligible for two days of instruction each week, with students in Group A in school on Mondays and Tuesdays and students in Group B in school on Thursdays and Fridays. All buildings will be fully cleaned and sanitized on Wednesdays, with remote learning for all students.
We are planning to follow this tentative schedule:
Monday, March 1 & Thursday, March 4: Students in K0 - Grade 3 (Groups A & B)
Monday, March 15 & Thursday, March 18: Students in Grades 4 - 8 (Groups A & B)
Monday, March 29 & Thursday, April 1: Students in Grades 9 - 12 (Groups A & B)
As we prepare for our students' return, you can help us by abiding by all public health guidance. Please continue to wear your mask any time you leave your home, wash your hands frequently, stay home if you are not feeling well, and get tested regularly for COVID-19 at any free City of Boston testing site. To find a testing site and for additional COVID-19 information and resources, visit boston.gov/covid. We look forward to a return to hybrid learning!
BPS School Calendar:
Sarita Thomas, Principal - email@example.com
Stacy Mark, Director of Instruction - firstname.lastname@example.org
Walter Apperwhite, Manager of Community Partnerships and Family Engagement - email@example.com
Allison Lozano, Homelessness Liaison - firstname.lastname@example.org
WELCOME TO THE TROTTER FAMILY
Our Mission is:
To ensure, inspire and develop the academic and social emotional growth of all of our learners as they aspire toward academic excellence.
Our Vision is: To create a learning community where students, families, and educators are valued, respected and are positive contributors and investors in the success of one and all.
I BELIEVE IN MYSELF.
I AM RESPONSIBLE.
I AM SUCCESSFUL.
I AM RESPECTFUL.
I AM INTELLIGENT.
I APPROVE OF MYSELF
BECAUSE I LOVE MYSELF.
I AM PRODUCTIVE
AND GETTING BETTER AND BETTER EVERY DAY!
School Hours - Grades K0-8:
Monday - Friday
Arrival: 7:30 am*
**Please note there is no supervision prior to 7:30 a.m.
Breakfast: 7:30 am
William Monroe Trotter K-8 School
135 Humboldt Avenue
Dorchester, MA 02121
Need to change your Learning Model?
If you need to change your hybrid from A to B, B to A, or from hybrid to remote, please visit www.bostonpublicschools.org/reopening2020 and complete the Family Change Request form. The deadline to apply for a change is January 29, 2021. Changes will take effect on March 1, 2021 if accepted. Your school will contact you before March 1st to confirm that a change request has been granted, or to notify you in the rare event that a change request cannot be granted.
For technology information please visit Chromebook Information to find out how to use the laptops or report a broken one.
2014 School on the move winner
The William Monroe Trotter School was Edvestor's 2014 School on the Move Winner! The School on the Move Prize is awarded annually to one of Boston's most improving schools to recognize their progress.
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