Sunday, April 8, 2018

Weekly Bulletin April 6, 2018

Dates to Remember
April 9 - Book Bingo 2:20 - 3:30pm for Grades 3,4,5
April 11 - Used Book Store Open for students 8:00-8:30am
April 16 - 20 - Spring Vacation Week, no school
May 1 - Spring Art Show and Grade 4/5 Concert
June 26 - Last day of School (1/2 day)

Cribbage Anyone?
These 5th-grade ladies have learned how to play
cribbage this year and spend indoor recess time
competing against each other and Mrs. McDonald.

Mrs. McDonald shared her love of cribbage and a cribbage board family artifact with Mrs. Ski's 1st-grade class.  Many students and their family members have shared personal family artifacts throughout the year as they explore cultures and family traditions.

Book Fair Help Request...
The Francis Wyman Library Learning Commons is looking for adult volunteers to help at our Spring Scholastic Book Fair, which is scheduled for Monday, April 30th-Friday, May 4th. The fair will be open Monday-Friday from 8:30am-2:15pm and on the evening of May 1st during the Spring concert. We’re looking for volunteers for morning shifts (8:15am-11:00am) and afternoon shifts (11:30am-2:15pm) to help with cash registers, student wish lists, and general traffic control in the library during this busy week. If you’re interested in volunteering and have had a CORI check and attended a confidentiality meeting with Mrs. McDonald, please contact Megan Carney at or (781) 238-2849. Thank you!

Artist in Residence
This week our first graders enjoyed a guest Artist in Residence Program! Ms. Courtney Fallon, art teacher at Pine Glen School, shared her expertise on still-life drawing. Each student brought in their favorite stuffed animal and drew it, using Ms. Fallon's techniques. We will be displaying the masterpieces during our Spring Art Show on May 1, from 6:00 - 8:00pm, and hope you will be able to join us for this special event!

Summer Camp
The forms for 2018  Burlington Public Schools Summer Camp came home this week.  If you'd like to get a head start on the process, the forms may also be found on this blog, under the Summer Camp tab. There is a camp for Reading/Math, Writing, Robotics for Grade 2/3, and Robotics for Grade 4,5,6. 
If you have questions, please call the office.

Household Hazardous Waste Collection

The Burlington Board of Health will conduct a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day on Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 8:30 am to 12 pm at Francis Wyman Elementary School, 41 Terrace Hall Avenue. This collection event is for Burlington Residents only and provides an opportunity for proper disposal of household quantities of hazardous materials. Proof of residency will be required.  

Oils, gasoline, pesticides, pool chemicals, propane tanks, car batteries, and mercury containing materials will be accepted for proper recycling or disposal. Do not bring latex paint; it can be dried and put into the trash. All materials should be transported in sturdy containers. Medical sharps and expired/unwanted medications will not be accepted; however, sharps kiosks are available at the Fire and Police Departments. A medication kiosk is available at the Police Department.

Brochures will not be mailed to residents.  For event details and a list of accepted materials, please visit the Board of Health website at or call 781-270-1955.

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