Brackett Community Art Show, Friday May 5th!

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Please join us at the Brackett Community Art Show from 6-8pm on Friday, May 5th.  In addition to the many works of art to look at, there will be hands-on art projects, music, pizza and a bake sale.

The Art Show needs many helping hand each year.  Please use the following links to volunteer.  No art experience needed!

We need donations for the bake sale:

We need help selling pizza and baked goods:

Please help set-up and take down the Art Show from 5/4-5/6:

Textile Challenge Winner Announced

Thank you to everyone who participated in Arlington's Textile Recovery Challenge. The Peirce School won with an impressive 1,678.4lbs (6.04 lbs/student).

Congratulations to the Brackett community for also collecting an awesome amount--1,178.4lbs in total (or 2.46 lbs/student)!

All the schools together collected close to 6,000 lbs of textiles--diverted from the waste stream and going to reuse and recycling!

Thanks to the Brackett school community for their participation and contributions!

Family Movie Night ~ SING! ~ Friday, April 7th


Come join your friends for SING at Family Movie Night at Brackett tomorrow, April 7th. Doors open at 5pm. The film begins at 6pm.

Pizza, drinks and snacks will be sold. All proceeds benefit 5th grade graduation. $5 per person or $20 per family. Tickets available at the door or during pre-sales (weather permitting) before and after school.

Bring your blankets, wear your pjs, bring a favorite stuffed animal and enjoy the movie!

Textile Recovery Challenge a Success!

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Textile Recovery Challenge. Brackett collected an impressive amount of textiles (overflowing bin pictured)! The final weight comparison for the competition and prize winner will be announced the week of April 10th, after all schools have completed their challenge weeks.

If you're wondering where you can bring your textiles in any condition on a regular basis, here are some options:

-Good Will truck in the Stop and Shop parking lot
-Planet Aid bins on Mass Ave (like the ones across from Trader Joe’s)
-Second Chances bin in the Whole Foods parking lot
-Red Cross bins around town

All of these places sort out the items between those in nicer condition that are given to families in need and the old, torn, stained items (including stuffed animals) that are recycled/sold wholesale which, in turn support the work of these organizations.

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