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November is Family Literacy Month. Celebrate with a week of activities your family can enjoy with the newspaper!
Does your child have access to the Boston Herald Smart Edition? It is an exact copy of the print newspaper available online to local schools. Have their teacher order it here!
Check the Boston Herald’s business section, BizSmart, and find an article relating to technology.
Go to the sports section and read an article together about your family’s favorite local team.
Pick 5 words from the headlines and ask your child to think of a word that rhymes with each one.
Create a game in which each family member gets a point for finding certain letters or words in the paper.
Go through the movie reviews and develop your family’s own rating system for movies viewed at home or in the theater.
Search classifieds ads for a job your child might want to have someday.
Help your child write a practice letter to the editor about a topic of interest.
For Family Literacy events and activities in your area, check MassLiteracy.org throughout the month!
The NIE team hopes you had a safe and wonderful summer. Online access to the Boston Herald Smart Edition begins this Monday, September 9. If you have already received an email with your username and password, please keep in mind that you still won’t be able to log on until Monday.
If you haven’t ordered your classroom copies of the online Smart Edition, order now! If you order 10 or more copies by September 15 you will be entered for a chance to win an iPad mini for your classroom.
Kickoff the school year with Pigskin Geography! The Patriots face off against the Buffalo Bills this Sunday, September 8. NIE teachers have access to this free curriculum guide, which teaches national geography using the NFL football schedule.
Dear NIE Teachers,
Print delivery for the school year ends this Friday June 14th. We wish you all a safe and happy summer as we make an announcement about the future of the NIE program:
As this school year comes to an end, we wish to thank you for having the Boston
Herald in your classrooms and sharing our news with your students for the past 25
years. We are especially proud of the fact that many of our current news-makers
and loyal readers were first introduced to the Herald by educators like you and
we look forward to supporting future generations of young learners for years to
With time comes change and this past decade has seen technological wonders that
have changed how we teach, how we learn, how we conduct business and how we connect
to the world. This September, the Boston Herald will no longer deliver print copies
of the newspaper to schools and will instead concentrate all our efforts in providing
you and your students the most complete and convenient news experience thru the
electronic Boston Herald Smart Edition.
The online Boston Herald provides features that go beyond print and the NIE Team
is ready to help you and your students learn to use it. Sample the Smart Edition,
as well as treats from local legend Kick*ss Cupcakes, at our free summer workshop
and dessert tasting! The event will be held at the Boston Herald in the historic
Seaport Center on August 21st from 10-12pm. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot! Learn more here.
Sign up for the Smart Edition now and we’ll see you in September!
-The NIE team
Please email email@example.com or call 617-619-6220 with any questions.
Are any of your high school students aspiring journalists? Penn State’s College of Communications is offering a summer Multimedia Journalism Camp offering courses in Broadcasting, Photojournalism, Sports, Social Media, Weather, and more!
Students will learn the art of interviewing, photography, and new forms of media. The program runs from July 7-11 and is held on their campus. The all inclusive fee of $725 covers classes and room and board, and interested students should register by June 21.
Find more information about the program here.
Attention NIE Teachers: There will be no print newspaper delivery this coming Monday, April 15th through Friday, April 19th for school vacation week. Delivery will resume on Monday, April 22nd.
The online Smart Edition will still be available, as always. If you don’t have the Smart Edition, order here.
Have a safe and happy spring break!
Attention NIE Teachers: There will be no paper delivery this Friday, 3/19/13 for the Good Friday school holiday. Delivery will resume on Monday, 4/1/13. The online Smart Edition will still be available.
Don’t have the Smart Edition yet? Order here.
Our Spring Smart Edition Raffle is now over! We are pleased to announce Katrina Hegeman as the winner of a new iPad Mini! Katrina is a journalism teacher at Dighton Rehoboth Regional High School.
You can still order the Smart Edition for your classroom here.
Attention NIE Teachers! Due to the anticipated snow for tomorrow, there will be no delivery of papers. We apologize for any inconvenience. The Smart Edition will still be available, as always.
Don’t have the Smart Edition yet? Order here!
NIE Teachers: There will be no delivery to schools in Suffolk County only on Monday 3/18/13 due to the Evacuation Day holiday. Delivery will resume on Tuesday 3/19/13. The online Smart Edition will still be available.
Don’t have the Smart Edition? Order here!
Students taking part in the Herald’s StoxSmart competition had a chance to meet with State Treasurer Steven Grossman earlier this week. They chatted over ice cream about the unpredictability of the stock market and trusting your instincts.
The students, who have the chance to change their portfolios this week, gained valuable insight in investments, finances, and making decisions that will surely help them in the competition.
Read the full article here.
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