League News

League School Named Recipient of Flutie Foundation’s Allison Keller Technology Grant

By Matthew Reid / April 13, 2023

The League School of Greater Boston is excited to announce that it has been named one of the recipients of the Allison Keller Technology Grant.

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League School Welcomes Patriots QB Mac Jones and Girlfriend Sophie Scott

By Matthew Reid / April 6, 2023

The League School of Greater Boston, located less than five miles from Gillette Stadium along Route 1, welcomed two very special guests yesterday when New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones and girlfriend Sophie Scott made a visit to the school. 

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Successful League School Bike-A-Thon Surpasses Fundraising Goal

By Matthew Reid / April 4, 2023

The League School’s annual #LEAGUESTRONG Bike-A-Thon was a tremendous success this year, surpassing the school’s fundraising goal and featuring riders across all three days. 
In total, the Bike-A-Thon raised more than $10,600 for the school.

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League School of Greater Boston Celebrates Autism Empowerment Month

By Matthew Reid / April 3, 2023

This year, League School of Greater Boston is celebrating April as Autism Empowerment Month. Through teaching self-advocacy, academic skills, career skills and much more, the school seeks to give students the ability to empower themselves each and every day, and Autism Empowerment Month reflects that.

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UMass Boston Graduate Program in Applied Behavior Analysis

By Matthew Reid / April 1, 2023

League School of Greater Boston will be serving as a satellite location for UMass Boston’s Graduate Program in Applied Behavior Analysis. Students can take courses remotely at League School’s campus, conveniently located in Walpole, MA.

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League School Hosts Legislative Breakfast in Partnership with MAAPS

By Matthew Reid / April 1, 2023

In partnership with the Massachusetts Association of Approved Private Schools (MAAPS), League School held a successful legislative breakfast on March 31 where we welcomed local legislators and members of the community into our school to discuss special education in the state and also learn more about the exciting things being done at League School.

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Jersey Mike’s Supplies Lunch to League School Staff for ‘Month of Giving’ celebration

By Matthew Reid / March 31, 2023

Jersey Mike’s Subs supplied League School staff with lunch on Friday, March 31, as part of their #MonthofGiving celebration. Through a charitable partnership with the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism, League staff was treated to subs from the Walpole Jersey Mike’s store. Two students in the League School vocational program helped pick up and…

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Autism and Healthy Eating: League School Celebrates National Nutrition Month

By Matthew Reid / March 30, 2023

March is National Nutrition Month, and League School of Greater Boston spent the month educating students about the importance of healthy eating in fun and creative ways. 

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Hundreds Attend League School’s Practical Data Collection Strategies Conference

By Matthew Reid / March 24, 2023

League School of Greater Boston hosted hundreds of educators today for a special conference on data collection and IEP best practices.

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2023 #LEAGUESTRONG Bike-A-Thon

By Matthew Reid / March 20, 2023

The League School is once again hosting a #LEAGUESTRONG Bike-A-Thon event. This fun event lets participants create awareness and support for League School in a variety of ways, and all proceeds directly support the immediate needs within the League School community. 

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League School Store Selling New Neurodiversity Apparel

By Matthew Reid / March 13, 2023

The Hawk’s Nest, the official League School store, is now offering new school apparel that promotes neurodiversity and inclusion. The rainbow infinity symbol is used to represent neurodiversity, which describes the idea that people experience and interact with the world around them in many different ways. There is no one “right” way of thinking, learning,…

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5 Ways League School Honors International ‘Zero Discrimination Day’

By Matthew Reid / March 1, 2023

Today marks Zero Discrimination Day, which is observed around the world each year on March 1. It is celebrated in conjunction with the United Nations and other international organizations, and aims to reduce global inequality and discrimination while promoting peace and tolerance for all. 

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