Ricciato approaches his final year as director with goals of continuing to improve the Campus School’s services for students.
Sean Kane’s Campus School buddy is now learning to walk, and Kane is running the Boston Marathon to support the school that made it possible.
A month before the Boston Marathon, Kathryn Lieder suffered a horribly-timed knee injury, but she’s worked through it and is still running this Monday.
Over the years, the Campus School has established strong ties to BC and the student volunteers who work there.
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After months of deliberation over the future of the Campus School last semester, parents of Campus School students and University administrators have begun working together to keep the nearly 40-year-old program on BC grounds.
After a semester of tense relations between the Campus School parents and BC’s administration regarding the school’s future, the parents and the University have commendably collaborated on securing the Campus School on BC’s campus for the future.
Brianne Shannon, CSOM ’14; Chelsea Beyrand, LSOE ’14; Chris Marino, A&S ’14; Alex Schlatter, A&S ’14; Paige Marino, A&S ’15; and Max Jackson, A&S ’14, comprise the executive team of the Campus School Volunteers of BC (CSVBC), and convene every Tuesday to discuss the daily, weekly, and longer-term progress and plans for all things Campus School.
Instead of running in the marathon as usual, the Campus School will be hosting its own, separate marathon on Sunday, April 13, the week before the big race.