Stacie Gladden-Executive Assistant
100 Walnut Street, room 301
Newtonville, MA 02460
M.E.T.C.O. Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity is a state-funded educational program designed to eliminate racial imbalance through the busing of children from Boston and Springfield to public systems in surrounding suburban metropolitan communities.
The METCO Program is open to all children of African American, Latino, Asian and Native American descent who reside in the City of Boston and volunteer to participate.
The Newton METCO Program is comprised of a diverse group of students from broad ethnic, cultural, economic and religious backgrounds possessing a range of educational strengths and needs. Newton's METCO program is the largest, maintaining a targeted enrollment of 431 students (3.4%). Students are enrolled in all 21 schools, in Kindergarten
through Grade 12.
Enrollment into the Program begins at the METCO, Inc. office at 40 Dimock Street in Roxbury.The Newton METCO Program does NOT accept registration application, referrals or transfers.
November 22 - 23, 2018
Thursday November 22
Friday November 23
November 25, 2018
WET: A DACAmented Journey
A hilarious and heartbreaking story of what it means to be an American in every way except one: on paper. Tickets are just $10 (regularly $60). The entire METCO community is invited to enjoy discounted parking, free appetizers, music, and a post-show reception with the performer in person!
Sunday, November 25th at 2pm
Emerson Paramount Center, Boston
Reception with the performer following the show