Monday, August 18, 2014

School Uniforms 2014 2015

School Uniforms 2014 - 2015

This year we have a mandatory school uniform program next year.  We are excited to distinguish ourselves in style with our new uniform program.  Next year, students will wear white polos (with or without logo), white dress shirts, MJP 2013-2014 t-shirts, black pants, slacks, shirts, skorts, jumpers, uniform shorts, MJP sweat suits, black sweaters / sweater vests /vests /cardigans, and black sneakers/dress shoes.  Sports Coats/Ties are encouraged but not expected.

L & M Bargain Stores, located at will serve our primary uniform supplier.  We are grateful to form a partnership with L & M because they serve thousands of other Boston Public School families with quality school uniforms at great prices.  We will provide a more comprehensive description of our uniform program in our summer letters to families.  We will welcome L & M back to our school campus on June 20th to talk with families about options following our promotion programs.  For more information on L & M, please go to their website: or call the school at 617-635-8601.

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Ms. Murray's Grade 2 Engineers Rock 2014 BPS Robotics Olympics!!!

The Michael J. Perkins' 2nd Grade Robotics Team took away two medals in the 2014 Boston Public Schools' Robotics Olympics on Saturday, June 7th at Wentworth Institute.  Ms. Murray, MJP Second Grade Teacher, trained her students to maneuver through an obstacle course across major landmarks throughout the City Of Boston.  These second graders learned valuable skills in problem solving, engineering, and technology.  

For more information on the event, please click here.

For more information on First Lego League Robotics, please click here.

MJP Student Principals for A Day 2014

On June 5, 2014, Principal Martin declared seven students, Student Principal for a Day. These Student Principals for a Day had an opportunity to shadow Mr. Martin in his day-to-day duties; observe teaching and learning; interview Mr. Billy, our School Custodian, Ms. Correa-Gonzalez, our Family & Community Outreach Coordinator, and Ms. Thomas, our School Secretary; problem-solved on a minor student discipline issue, order school supplies for next school year; and make decisions on Field Day. This was a very momentus event in the history of Michael J. Perkins. Stay tuned for our next MJP Student Principal for a Day in Fall 2015.