|Pictured (from Left to Right): Dr. John Maina, |
Director of Program Research, Evaluation, and
Development, Deborah Donovan, Principal,
Michael Kelly, Executive Director
April 05, 2017
|Pictured (from Left to Right): Dr. John Maina, BHS Director of Program|
Evaluation, Research, and Development, Michael Maloney,
OAR Executive Director, Rebecca Golden, BHS Assistant
Clinician, Michael Kelly, BHS Executive Director
Michael Maloney, Executive Director of the Organization for Autism Research (OAR) in Arlington, Virginia, welcomed Boston Higashi School (BHS) staff members Mike Kelly, John Maina, and Rebecca Golden for a groundbreaking meeting on March 28, 2017. Founded in 2001, OAR is an organization lead by family members of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and uses science to address the social, educational, and treatment concerns of self-advocates, parents, autism professionals, and caregivers. During the meeting, the two teams exchanged stories about successes and discussed overlapping values about the importance of high-quality research studies that generate meaningful outcomes for individuals with ASD and their families. By focusing on the practical value of research, OAR empowers programs to determine best practices for ameliorating the symptoms of ASD and creating the best lives possible for its constituents. It was a great honor for the BHS staff to meet Mr. Maloney and his team and looks forward to collaborations in the future.
Check out the OAR website for more information on this amazing organization!
|Members of the Mushashino Higashi Gaukuen Parents|
Associations hosted a party for visitors from
the Boston Higashi School.
The team wishes to thank the administration of Boston Higashi School, especially the Executive Director, Mike Kelly, and Principal, Deborah Donovan, who made this opportunity possible. In addition, the team expresses sincere gratitude to the faculty, staff, and students, of the Musashino Higashi community, especially President Kinji Terada, Executive Manager Katsumi Suzuki, Assistant Director Michiko Okubo, and Assistant Director Akihiro Takamatsu, who were wonderful hosts. It was a trip that we will never forget!
February 24, 2017
The most enjoyed activity was probably the game "Cake Splat" that was played during Elementary D-Class' Communication time. Check out our Facebook page for some great game photos! Who got a whipped cream SPLAT, and who escaped a messy end? Take a look!
February 03, 2017
Congrats, Elementary staff and students!
Check out the photos on our Facebook page here!
January 26, 2017
This past Saturday, the Continuing Adult Education Program kicked off with some serious strength! BHS welcomed 38 alumni, their parents, and their caretakers back to campus for a day filled with fun activities. Classic classes like music, art, and swimming were complimented by new activities like yoga and Zumba. Everyone had a great time and put forth their best effort! We can't wait for the remaining five sessions of this semester. If you want to learn more about this program, please e-mail BHSalumni@bostonhigashi.org.
December 23, 2016
Check out the photos on our Facebook page