Friday, May 23, 2014

Weekly Bulletin

At School:

All Grade 4 parents are encouraged to attend the Camp Bournedale meeting on May 27 at 6pm in the Francis Wyman auditorium.  The camp director will describe the program and be able to answer all your questions.   

Around Town:

ANNUAL CAR WASH/BAKE SALE/BOTTLE & CAN DROP OFF: The Butterflies, Relay for Life's youth team is having their annual Car Wash/Bake Sale/Bottle Redemption Drop off Friday, May 30 from 3:00 - 6:00 pm  at        5 Mallard Way (off Mill Street) - come by and enjoy the fun, get your car cleaned, have a yummy treat - and drop off any bottle/can recyclables (MA 5 cent returnables only please). All proceeds will go to Relay for Life of Burlington. For more information, visit or contact Julie at

Francis Wyman Pre-K Social
Do you have a child who will be entering Kindergarten this fall at Francis Wyman?  Burlington Mother-to-Mother is organizing socials for future Kindergartners, which are free and open to everyone.  The first Francis Wyman social will be on Friday, May 30, 2014 from 3-4 pm at the school's playground.  To rsvp, please contact Sharleen Davis at

Burlington Public Schools are collecting gently-used clothing and sneakers in support of local children in-need!

Cradles to Crayons provides essential items to children living in low-income or homeless situations in Massachusetts. We do this by collecting new and gently-used items from local families and redistributing them to children in-need of everyday essentials.

Before leaving for summer vacation, please consider cleaning out your closets and dropping off your gently used children’s items in a toter in the lobby at any of the Elementary schools: Fox Hill, Francis Wyman, Memorial or Pine Glen from June 2-20th.
We are especially in need of:
        Boys clothing sizes 2T - 18/20 (especially tops)
        Girls clothing sizes 24 months – 18/20 (especially tops)
        Sneakers (up to adult size 10)
Because of our unique model, items donated to Cradles to Crayons are distributed directly to local children in-need. By donating clothing and sneakers you no longer want or need, you can help make a difference in the life of a child in need, and help Cradles to Crayons provide local kids with quality items, free of charge, that will help them thrive – at home at school and at play.

For more information on Cradles to Crayons and how to get involved,  For questions, please call Nancy Kiehl 781-307-7486

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