A.M. Drop-Off (7:55 – 8:10 AM) - will occur in the back of the building. All cars entering school grounds to drop off students will go to the back of the building around the parking lot and pull along the sidewalk parallel to the gym and Reading Garden. Cars are to stay in single file. Please pull cars all the way up to the corner. The students will disembark on the passengers’ side of the car. Parents are to remain in their vehicles. Teachers are happy to assist students exiting the car if needed. Students are to walk along the sidewalk and enter the school through the rear main entrance doors at the end of the walkway. During times of inclement weather, students may be directed to enter through the gym doors. For safety, obey teachers directing you and your child. The cars will then exit the parking lot the way they entered into the parking lot, continue down to the second right between the islands in front of the building and exit left to Terrace Hall Ave. After 8:10 am, once duty teachers go inside, parents must park in the rear parking lot and walk their children to the main office. There is plenty of parking in the rear parking lot and the rear entrance is to be used.
Doctor Seuss Day - Read Across America
Chief Kent visits Grade 1
Dr. Conti joined in on the fun of Read Across America events at Francis Wyman School. While solving rhyming riddles in Dr. Seuss fashion, he picked up pieces of his Cat in the Hat outfit while completing the scavenger hunt. Mrs. Lynch's 5th grade students thought he made a great Dr. Seuss character!
|Mrs. McDonald shares her favorite Dr. Seuss book with Mrs. Duncan's Kindergarten class in honor of Read Across America Day!|
Francis Wyman Family Carnival
Join us for Francis Wyman’s biggest event of the year- rain, snow or shine because all the fun is indoors! Admission is free! Food, game and raffle tickets will be sold during the carnival. Enjoy a variety of fun activities and of course our famous CAKE WALK- win a cake and vote for your favorite! Be sure to stop by the cafeteria where we’ll be offering plenty of refreshments. Our huge raffle table features a ton of fabulous prizes to win. Don’t miss out on your chance to walk away with one or more of these great prizes!!
We need YOU to make this event a success. You can help in the following ways:
Glenn Miller Orchestra is here:
The Burlington Community Concert Series will present the world famous Glenn Miller Orchestra, the most popular and sought after big band in the world for both concert and swing dance engagements. This is a great opportunity for the whole family to enjoy a world famous band! Tickets available at 781-A-FUN-TIC (781-238-6842), www.BurlingtonTheatre.com and at the door. Cost: $20 for senior citizens and students; $25 for adults. Fogelberg Performing Arts Center is a fully accessible venue. Co-sponsored by Burlington Public Schools and the Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce.
“The Music Man" is here:
Burlington High School presents America’s most beloved musical, The Music Man, in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center, 123 Cambridge St, Burlington. The Music Man is family entertainment at its best. Performances take place March 20, 21, 27 and 28 at 7:30pm, and March 29 at 2:00pm. Tickets are $10 for students and senior citizens and $15 for adults. www.BurlingtonTheatre.com, 781-A-FUN-TIC and at the door. Fogelberg Performing Arts Center is a fully accessible facility.