MEMORIAL SCHOOL NEWS
May 30, 2014
Main office: 781-270-1721 Absentee Line:781-273-7649 Nurse:781-270-1724
June 3rd - Orientation @ MSMS for Grade 5 students
June 3rd - Orientation @ MSMS for Grade 5 parents 7pm to 8pm
June 5th - !st Grade Field trip, Tide Pool
June 6th - Famous American Tea - Grade 2
June 10th-8:45 Memorial day/ Flag day celebration and grade 3 recorder and violin concert
June 11th - PTO Family Picnic
June 12th & June 13th - Grade 3 Field trip
June 13th - 5th Grade Field trip, Cedardale
June 14th - Math Olympiad Tournament @ Memorial Cafe, 9am to 1pm
June 16th - Field Day
June 17th - Field Day, rain date
June 24th - Last Day of School
MAIN ENTRÉE CHOICES (SEE LUNCH MENU FOR MORE DETAILS) June 2 - June 6
Steak & Cheese
From the Burlington Food Pantry
We are requesting donations of toothpaste and toothbrushes. Donation boxes will be dropped off at the elementary schools for the lobby. Collections will take place until June 23rd.
PLEASE HELP CONTINUE THE TRADITION: Will you be a chaperone at the BHS Post Graduation (all-night) Party? Its tradition for the parents of underclassmen to chaperone the party for our graduating seniors. We are looking for men to help with the sumo wrestling on all 3 shifts - shift 1 (10 pm - midnight on Sunday June 8), shift 2 (midnight - 3 am on Mon June 9), shift 3 (3am - 5am on Mon June 9) We also have a few spots avail for either men or women at other activities for shift 3. You don't need to have a child in the high school, any adult that does not have a senior at the party is welcome. This is a great way to "pay it forward." Help us this year and when your child graduates, the parents of underclassmen will be there for you! To volunteer, or if you have any questions, please contact Michele Shields at Michele_Shields@verizon.net or 781-270-5142.
CSA Farm Share: Looking for locally-grown, ethically-raised, delicious food in
Burlington? Order and pick up a CSA farm share at the Presbyterian Church in
Burlington, 335 Cambridge Street, Burlington, MA. The church is distributing
sustainably-raised eggs, meat, vegetables, and fruit from 3 local farms on Monday
afternoons this year. Contact the church firstname.lastname@example.org to order a weekly dozen or
half dozen eggs from Clark Farm of Carlisle. Visitwww.farmerdaves.net to order weekly
fruits and/or vegetables from Farmer Dave’s of Dracut. Visit www.lilachedgefarm.org
to order monthly meat shares from Lilac Hedge Farm of Berlin, MA. Contact the
email@example.com with questions. Hope to see you there!
Burlington Swim & Tennis Club Open House:
Saturday, May 31st and Sunday June 1st 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. Swimming pools, tennis courts, snack bar, cookouts, fun and sun! Stop by and see how your family could be enjoying this summer.
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) and 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, visitwww.cradlestocrayons.org/boston. For questions, please call Nancy Kiehl 781-307-7486