News & Announcements

Holiday Wishes and Reminders

As we reflect on 2020 and look forward to 2021 we wanted to take a moment to thank you for your partnership in providing a safe and welcoming school environment for our Snowden students. This year has been a challenge for many of us, but we are committed to working together to ensure we have a successful school year. As we continue to follow social distancing regulations and guidance from the Boston Health Commission we understand members of our community may traveling or hosting visitors during the holiday and ask you review guidelines about social distancing and testing at this website:

The first day back for students will be on Tuesday, January 5th. We will still be working remotely and so it is essential you help your student log onto their Tuesday classes at 7:50am and get back into the routine of virtual learning.

Snowden Summer School!

Please reach out to your guidance counselor or email for more info

Important Snowden Schedule Updates

Please make note of two important upcoming schedule changes:
1) beginning May 5th Wednesdays will be a full instructional day when students will attend all seven of their classes; this will be remote for the next two weeks (May 5th and May 12th)
2) beginning May 17th we will be returning to five day in-person instruction

Welcome Back to In-Person Learning at Snowden

We're excited to welcome back students on campus under the following timeline:
March 29: Cohort A Mon/Tues
Cohort C Mon/Tues/ Thurs/Fri

April 1: Cohort B Thurs/Fri
Cohort C Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri

Questions? Feel free to email or call the school at 617.635.9989

MIT A.I Scholars Opportunity

At Inspirit AI, students participate in live online video sessions where they work in small groups (4:1 student-instructor ratio) with mentors from MIT and Stanford to learn the fundamentals of artificial intelligence, participate in critical discussions about ethical implications, and develop a socially impactful project in domains such as healthcare, media, art and more. Students can apply their diverse interests to trace different strains of COVID-19, identify exoplanets using NASA datasets, prevent the spread of fake news online, conduct algorithmic stock trading, and more.

Parent Council Meeting

All families are welcome to join us for the next Parent Council Meeting on Wednesday, March 24th at 6pm
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