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  1. The Biweekly Buzz is Florida Ruffin Ridley’s new newspaper club! It’s an all-inclusive writing experience for all grades. Meetings are held in room 321 on Mondays from 2:35-3:00pm. Editions will be published every other week on Friday. We would love to have more students join us! FRR Family/Student Guidebook.

  2. The Florida Ruffin Ridley School, formerly known as the Coolidge Corner School and the Edward Devotion School or Devo, is a public K-8 school located at 345 Harvard Street, Brookline, Massachusetts, United States. It is a part of Public Schools of Brookline.

  3. Florida Ruffin Ridley School. 345 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA 02446 | (617) 879-4400 | Website Award Winning. # 143 in Massachusetts Elementary Schools # 33 in Massachusetts Middle...

  4. Florida Ruffin Ridley School. The Florida Ruffin Ridley School serves the vibrant Coolidge Corner neighborhood and is the largest of Brookline’s K to 8 schools, with a population of 816 students. It enjoys an international reputation: historically, it is the public school that President John F. Kennedy attended; academically, it welcomes ...

  5. Early life and education. Activism. Writing career. Legacy. References. External links. Florida Ruffin Ridley (born Florida Yates Ruffin; January 29, 1861 – February 25, 1943) [1] was an African-American civil rights activist, suffragist, teacher, writer, and editor from Boston, Massachusetts.

  6. 10 de oct. de 2023 · Florida Ruffin Ridley School located in Brookline, Massachusetts - MA. Find Florida Ruffin Ridley School test scores, student-teacher ratio, parent reviews and teacher stats. We're an independent nonprofit that provides parents with in-depth school quality information.

  7. 26 de feb. de 2021 · On February 26, 2021, a ceremony took place in front of Brookline’s largest elementary school (kindergarten – 8 th grade) to celebrate the renaming of what is now called the Florida Ruffin Ridley School. The renaming grew out of a broad reckoning with Brookline’s involvement in slavery.