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Dr. Wornum 5-16
Dr. Wornum 5-16
Dr. Wornum 5-16
Dr. Wornum 5-16
Join us Thursday, March 28 at 5:30 p.m. as we welcome immigration attorney Valerie D. Napier for a special presentation on immigration law.

Valarie’s firm has worked to help with the process of obtaining green cards and has helped reunite family members in the United States to live permanently. 
Her firm knows how important it is to be with loved ones, so Napier Law is committed to helping immigrants achieve the goal of family unity. 
Over the years, Valerie and her staff have helped countless families obtain permanent resident status in the U.S. 
Valarie Napier
Valarie Napier
Valarie Napier
Valarie Napier
Join us on Thursday, March 21 at 5:00 p.m. as we welcome Dr. Kalise Wornum and discuss becoming a culturally proficient caregiver and community member. 
Dr. Wornum
Dr. Wornum
Dr. Wornum
Dr. Wornum

Early College Information Session


Join us on Tuesday, March 19th in the Learning Commons 

10 AM - 11 AM (Coffee Talk)  


6PM - 7PM

Translations available


What is early college?

A blend of high school and college to provide RHS students with the opportunity to experience and complete college level coursework at NSCC starting as early as grade 10.  


What are the benefits?



  •  The average cost of a college course in MA is $960
  • Early College allows students to take college courses for FREE



Earn College and RHS credit at the same time

Explore careers interests

Complete a minimum of 12 college credits before graduating from high school



  • ​Work closely with RHS and NSCC faculty and staff to ensure a smooth transition to college
  • Access support programs at RHS and NSCC to ensure success. 
  • Early College ​provides personalized college and career exploration and post secondary planning. 


For more information contact 

Tiffany Currie [email protected]

Carolyn Gerrior [email protected]


College Info

Join us on Thursday, March 14, for a special presentation by the Rian Immigrant Center. Learn about general immigration options for you and your family; what to do if you're in a removal proceeding; and get answers on college financial aid and scholarship money regardless of immigration status.
Rian Center
Rian Center
Rian Center
Rian Center
Spring Flag Football
Friday Nights 6PM-10PM
4/5 - 5/31
MGH Youth Zone February Vacation Camp

FEBRUARY 20-23 - 8:30AM-3:30PM


AGES 9-17

[email protected]
MGH Youth Zone After School Program
Monday - Friday; Starts Sep 11th - 2:30pm - 6:00pm
300 Broadway Revere MA 02151

AGES 9-17

For More Information
[email protected]

10th Annual Community Thanksgiving Complimentary Dinner
Tuesday, November 21, 2003
Casa Lucia
61 Lucia Ave, Revere, MA 02151
5PM – 8PM

Football and Cheer
 1st/2nd Grade Flag Football: $100
 Cheerleading: $225 (+ $60 Accessory Package)
 3rd-6th Grade Football - $175
Pricing does not include cheer uniform or football practice
English Classes for Adults
  • August 28th - November 4th
  • All Classes are in Person
Backpack GiveawayBackpack Giveaway!
Monday August 7th - 3PM - 7PM
Mayor's Office - City Hall - 281 Broadway 
AlphaBEST’s summer camp
AlphaBEST’s Summer Camp
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Who can attend?
Students in K - 8th grade

Hill Elementary School
51 Park Avenue
Revere, MA 02151

Asia Greer
[email protected]
(351) 209-0425
English Classes for Adults
  • May 30th - June 27, 2023
  • All Classes are in Person
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, May 23, 2023 
CONTACT: Mayor’s Office, 781-286-8111 
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Shirley Ave TDI Partnership Launches Participatory Budgeting Hub to Help Prioritize Public Realm Improvements in the Neighborhood 

Residents and business owners can now use to participate in urban planning initiatives and collaborate on creative solutions for Shirley Ave 


REVERE, MA – The Revere Shirley Ave TDI Partnership announced this week a brand- new participatory budgeting website for both residents and business owners to help distribute $275,000 in funding for improvements to outdoor spaces in and around Shirley Ave. The results of the online tool, and complementary in- person engagement, will directly inform the use of public funding for streetscape, greenspace, public art, and other outdoor improvements in the neighborhood over the next year.  


“The public realm— including streetscapes, art, pocket parks and more—plays such a strong role in communicating a neighborhood’s identity,” Revere TDI Fellow Laura Christopher shared., “It’s fitting that through this process, community members will directly select improvements and shape that identity.”  


The participatory budgeting process will be hosted on an online engagement platform called CoUrbanize. Whether you are a resident, worker, visitor, or a member of the business community, you can add an idea to the map or share your vision at one of our in-person events. Those wishing to participate can do so at today. Here, participants can add their ideas for public realm improvements and later vote on eligible projects. While all are welcome to add ideas, TDI partners ask that only those who find themselves in the Shirley Ave neighborhood on a daily to weekly basis cast their vote to ensure neighborhood participation. 


The online engagement will be complemented by in-person events, beginning with a pop-up at Shirley Ave’s Mobile Farmers Market at Sandler Square the morning of June 10. This project is being led by Revere’s TDI Partnership which includes Women Encouraging Empowerment, the City of Revere, The Neighborhood Developers, and MGH/Revere Cares. The $275,000 in funding that will be spent according to community feedback is coming from the City of Revere. $260,000 of that funding comes from the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) and $15,000 of the funding comes from a regional arts grant, Make it Public, which the City received this past fall. 


The Shirley Ave Participatory Budgeting process is being supported through MassDevelopment’s Transformative Development Initiative (TDI). TDI is a program for Gateway Cities designed to accelerate economic growth within focused districts. The program works with cross-sector partnerships to engage community members in actionable planning, implement local economic development initiatives, and spur further public and private investment. Revere’s Shirley Ave neighborhood began its three-year participation in the TDI program in September 2022. Those wishing to learn more about TDI and the Shirley Ave partnership can visit