Friday, September 19, 2008

Three schools vie for "School on the Move" Prize

Three Boston Public Schools have been named finalists for the annual Thomas W. Payzant "School on the Move" Prize: Rafael Hernandez K-8 School, Samuel W. Mason Pilot Elementary School, and F. Lyman Winship Elementary School. EdVestors will announce the winner of the $100,000 prize at its annual gala on October 17. Read about previous winners: Sarah Greenwood K-8 School and Excel High School.


UPDATE: Congratulations to the 2008 winner, the Mason Elementary School!


10 comments:

A Proud Winship Parent said...

Way to go, Winship! I'll be rooting for you to win this year!

Anonymous said...

Winship I am looking forward to you having the recognition that you deserve. Thank you for providing a nurturing academic environment for my child. Go Winship!

Anonymous said...

I'm thrilled that the Hernandez is being recognized for all of its hard work! You deserve this. Good luck!!

Anonymous said...

I am very proud that the Hernandez School is being recognized for being the excellent school that it is. I have 2 children and I can't say enough about the high expectations and high level of support the school provides. Go Hernandez!!

Anonymous said...

The Winship School is a little jewel. Dedicated teachers and staff make the school a great place for learners of all ages and abilities. I hope that Winship finally gets the recognition they deserve! The community is very proud!

Anonymous said...

The Winship represents excellence in teaching. We wish the staff and students. The other schools are good competitors but Winship you are the crown!

Anonymous said...

The Winship represents excellence in teaching. We wish the staff and students. The other schools are good competitors but Winship you are the crown!

Anonymous said...

I'm not at all surprised that the Hernandez made the short list... WAY TO GO! What a great learning environment and exemplar academic community. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

WE are holding our breath as we await the final decision from EdVestors. Winship you deserve this recognition and prestige. Good Luck Winship!!!

Mason Pilot School said...

Go Mason!