MAY 27TH – 3RD GRADE FIELD TRIP
MAY 30th – NO SCHOOL - MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVED
MAY 31ST – KINDERGARTEN FIELD TRIP
JUNE 1ST – FAMILY PICNIC (rain date JUNE 2nd)
JUNE 2 – 2ND GRADE FAMOUS AMERICANS TEA 9:00AM
JUNE 6TH – FIELD DAY (rain date JUNE 7th)
JUNE 8TH – 4TH GRADE FIELD TRIP
JUNE 16TH – 5TH GRADE MOVE UP CEREMONY –
JUNE 17TH – 5TH GRADE FIELD TRIP
JUNE 22ND –LAST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS- DISMISSAL AT
MAY 30th – JUNE 3RD (milk or juice accompanies each lunch)
MONDAY – No School – MEMORIAL DAY
TUESDAY – French toast sticks or grilled cheese on wheat with chips, carrots and fresh fruit.
WEDNESDAY – Hamburger or cheeseburger with french fries and chilled fruit.
THURSDAY – Meatball sub with tossed salad, and fresh fruit.
FRIDAY – Ham and cheese melt with vegetable, and chilled fruit.
FROM MRS. RICKERSHAUSER
Today we honor all brave men and true
Who fought to protect us, to guard me and you.
A freedom worth having, to keep it secure.
Takes a wide-awake heart and a hand that is sure
And a humble remembrance of what went before.
This was the heart of the Memorial Day program, presented this morning in grand style to a ‘packed house’ by our third graders. With the help of classroom teachers Mrs. Ferullo, Ms. Gianis, and Mrs. Kippenberger, and music teachers Mrs. Mosier and Mr. Napierkowski, 3rd graders explained the history behind the celebration of Memorial Day, why we continue to observe it, what it means to be a good citizen, and how
FROM THE OFFICE
Physical Examination and Immunization Updates for children entering 4th grade in the fall are required by Massachusetts State Law. A copy of these documents need to be on file here at the school. Copies may be brought in to school through the end of this school year, and as school starts in the fall. Current third grade students should be receiving a letter this week.
FROM THE PTO
The Annual Memorial School Family Picnic is just around the corner – Wednesday, June 1st from . Orders for meals will be accepted through tomorrow, Friday, May 27th. If you miss that ‘deadline’ and want to attend, please join us anyway! Just grab a pizza and a blanket, and come on over to the Big Backyard behind the
IT TAKES A VILLAGE
The 23rd Annual DARE DAY will be held on Saturday, June 11th, from on the Town Common. The day’s events include games, amusements, exhibits, raffles, music, a variety of food concessions and much more! For more information, please contact the Burlington D.A.R.E. Program to volunteer, sponsor or donate at (781)270-1919.
GIANT YARD SALE : Sponsored by Mother-to-Mother , Saturday June 11th (rain date Sun. June 12th), located in the Memorial Elementary School Parking Lot,
Burlington Presbyterian Church and Farmer Dave’s, a sustainable farm in
MAD DOG HOCKEY at Marshall Simonds Middle School will be running a hockey camp this summer Aug. 15-19 @ each day at the O'Brien Rink in