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Mitchell held degrees from UMass Boston and Simmons College, and enjoyed a 35-year teaching career in the science department of Brookline High School.
After an antigay group reported that the "Little Black Book" (pictured) was handed out to students at Brookline High School during an event sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network on April 30, several newspapers picked up the story, and religious groups across the country cried foul.
1 High School is already exchanging students with Brookline High School in Boston, as well as campuses in Canada, Russia and Australia.
There are supposedly bumper stickers on cars of Boston Red Sox fans that read: ``Our General Manager was Student of the Month at Brookline High School.
No one could have seemed better protected from antigay bias on the job than Polly Attwood, a teacher at Brookline High School in Brookline, Mass.
The three Regional Winners are: * Team 69 - Quincy High School, sponsored by P&G Gillette * Team 125 - Brookline High School and Boston Latin High School, sponsored by Northeastern University and Textron * Team 126 - Clinton High School, sponsored by Nypro Team 126 also won the Regional Chairman's Award, FIRST's highest honor and most sought after award.
He was an Eagle Scout, a graduate of Brookline High School and a graduate of Boston University.
Marissa Smith, 17, of Sherborn, a senior at Brookline High School in Brookline, created and now leads a school community service club that has cooked meals for the homeless, raised funds for the hungry, collected more than 250 holiday gifts for distribution by the Salvation Army, and organized a magazine drive for patients in local hospitals.