Buy a brick for new school


The town’s Freeman-Kennedy Elementary School, scheduled to open this fall as a replacement for the Freeman-Centennial Elementary School, will have a brick walkway. The district is asking residents to purchase personalized bricks to raise money for enrichment programs and materials. A 4-by-8-inch brick will cost $40, and a gift brick, which includes a certificate for the individual being commemorated on the inscription, is $42. The order deadline is April 17. For more details, visit the school district’s website, www.norfolk.k12.ma.us. - Rachel Lebeaux

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