Saturday, April 9, 2016

Weekly Bulletin April 7, 2016

Dates to Remember
April 11-  Wear your Red Sox gear to school in celebration of baseball's opening day!
April 15- Donation Day for all LOST AND FOUND.  Please remind your children to check the lost and found for any items they may be missing.  Everything left over will be donated to Cradles to Crayons at 12:00pm on April 15.
April 18-22- April Vacation - No School

Students in 1st grade act out Life in the Tropical Rain Forest
 Mrs. Ski's 1st grade ELA class, in collaboration with Mrs. Lamprey's ELL instructional support, act out the story of how various animal and plant life thrives in a tropical rain forest.  Students were able to show off their listening, reading, and speaking skills to a captive audience!  

**Please observe our marked handicapped accessible parking spaces in the front of our building.  We've had numerous complaints about cars blocking these spaces during student pick up from our clubs after school.  The Burlington Police have been informed to keep an eye on our handicapped spaces.  Thank you for your cooperation and help keeping these parking spaces open for our families with official handicapped placards. 

Burlington Board of Health

The Burlington Board of Health will be hosting their second annual Burlington Community Health Fair on Saturday, May 7 from 10 am- 1 pm at the Burlington High School Gymnasium.  The Health Fair is sponsored by Lahey Hospital and Medical Center and will provide an excellent opportunity for residents to discover the health and wellness services available in their community.

The health fair will include over 30 exhibitors covering a wide range of health and wellness services for people of all ages. There will be educational information, health screenings, fitness demonstrations, chair massages, and other wellness services.  Educational information will be provided on nutrition, food safety, gardening, fire safety, poison prevention, and other social services.  Health screenings will include blood pressure, body mass index, facial sun damage, digital spinal screenings, and balance assessment.  Fitness and group exercise and cooking demonstrations will be conducted.  All screenings and services are provided free.   

In addition to the above, all guests will receive 25 chances to win more than 15 different free raffle items including gift baskets, gift cards, one month of free yoga classes, a summer Fit Club membership, and many more. 

Rides will be available for Burlington Seniors to the health fair.  Interested seniors should call 781-270-1950 to arrange transportation.  For more information on the health fair, please call the Board of Health at 781-270-1955.  

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