It’s officially a heat wave in Boston. And as the summer heat continues with another 90-degree day, some Boston area schools are planning to let students out early on Wednesday.
“It’s a lot more put together this year,” said one Madison Park High senior. Unlike last year, the high schoolers all received their class schedules on the first day back to school Tuesday.
The new propane-fueled school buses are considered more environmentally friendly and quieter than diesel buses.
City leaders are touting an all-time high graduation rate and all-time low dropout rate. But Superintendent Tommy Chang says the district still needs to focus on narrowing achievement gaps, especially along racial lines.
Alyssa Azotea of Concord, N.H., turned herself into police last week and was charged with four felony counts of computer pornography prohibited and three misdemeanor counts of endangering the welfare of a child.