When you want to see your kids for the first time, you have to go now.
The school district’s new initiative aims to turn back the clock to the days when you could walk through the door to the new year with them and their friends.
The plan calls for a new “featured events” program to be rolled out in the coming weeks.
Those programs will include the unveiling of a new school building with a new auditorium, a new cafeteria, new playground, a school auditorium with video screens, and a new robotics center.
In the coming months, students will be able to explore their new school on their own, without the guidance of a teacher or other adults.
The district will also be testing the new facilities with students in classrooms and other public spaces, so the technology and materials are ready for use.
The new features will be part of a school-wide initiative that will see more school-owned and operated facilities expand across the state.
The goal is to reach 100,000 students by the end of the school year.
The initiative is part of the Massachusetts school districts new $5 billion investment plan, which is expected to increase its school-by-school enrollment by 50 percent over the next decade.
The goal is also to attract more students from around the state to enroll in Massachusetts schools, including Boston, Cambridge, and Springfield.
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