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Devotion School Alliance

Upcoming Events

  • Devo Day at Brookline Grown-  Wed., Sept. 28. 10am-8pm, 14 Pleasant St. Brookline Grown is donating 10% of sales to Devo PTO and offering tours of their hydroponic containers at 3, 4 and 5pm.

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  • Wild Edible Day-  Fri., Sept. 30, 1:45-2:30.  Lower Devo Garden.  Friends of the Devotion Garden invite gardeners of all ages to our first meeting of the year!  Activities will include: meet and greet with parents, teachers and students, drawing, tasting, weeding, planting, and watering.  Learn more about the garden at

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  • Annual Appeal- Oct. 1-31. This is our largest fundraiser. Please go to and do your part to ensure that your child gets to benefit from all the extras that enhances their education.

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  • Car-Free Day at Lower DevoWed., Oct. 5. Every year, Devo participates in this international event that raises awareness for protecting the environment by reducing emissions. Every child that walks, scooters, rides a bike, or takes shared transportation to school, gets a stamp at the door.

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  • Upper Devo Coffee and Conversation: Principal’s Update. Wed., Oct. 5, 6-7pm.
    Lower Devo Coffee and Conversation: Principals’ Update. Thurs., Oct. 6, 6-7pm
    • At these 2 evening PTO meetings, the years' budget will be presented and the principals will give updates on the school year.
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  • Upper & Lower Devo Parent Social-  Wed., Oct. 19, 7pm-12am.  Hops N Scotch, 1306 Beacon Street.  Come and mingle with fellow Devo parents and enjoy hot and cold appetizers sponsored by the PTO and a cash bar for beverages.  

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  • The 8th Grade Yard Sale:  Great Opportunity to do some Fall Cleaning And Donate to the Sale.  Sunday, Oct. 16, 9am-2pm, Devotion House.  The 8th grade is hosting a yard sale to support 8th grade activities.  We appreciate all donations from parents of any grade.  Items can be dropped off in front of the school that morning.  It would be helpful to know in advance if you are bringing items to donate so we have a sense of the amount and type of  items available (no need to get too specific but just generally the types of items you would donate).   Contact Cindy Tungate, Small furniture, clothing, household items, sports equipment and cleats, etc. -- we appreciate selling it all.  We ask that clothing be in new or very good condition for selling.   All remaining items at the end of the sale will be donated to the Big Brother Big Sisters organization.  We will be selling baked goods during the sale as well.

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  • Brookline Talks Speaker Dr. Donna Pincus-  Monday, Nov. 7, 7-8pm. Upper Devo Auditorium.  Creator of the Child Anxiety Network and a specialist in child anxiety and its related disorders, Dr. Pincus will talk about child anxiety and related disorders, parenting, and helping children and families cope with stress.

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Support Devo 

Click on the picture to learn how you can financially support the PTO's mission

Click on the link when purchasing from Amazon to take advantage of money donated to schools through their Smile program.

Devotion's largest fundraiser is an Annual Appeal, which raises around $60,000 annually and will occur in October.  

 Stop and Shop customers, choose Devotion as your school, scan your card with every purchase. School code #10583.

Clip Box Tops and place them in the collection box in the Lower Devo front lobby or in the Upper Devo cafeteria.

Schoola collects clothing and resells it, donating a portion of sales to participating schools.  

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