Friday, December 4, 2015

Weekly Memo

MEMORIAL SCHOOL NEWS
December 4th, 2015
(Memorialprincipal.blogspot.com)
Main Office 781-270-1721    Nurse 781-270-1724   Absentee Line 781-273-7649

IMPORTANT DATES
Dec 11th - Grade 2 Field Trip, Discovery Museum
Dec 14th - 18th -  Memorial Book Fair
Dec 16th - Winter Concert 7pm
Dec 18th - Kindergarten Build & Grow Project
Dec 24th - Jan 1st - No School, Winter Break








December 7th - December 11th
Monday
Popcorn chicken
Tuesday
Tacos
Wednesday
Pasta w/meatballs
Thursday
Mozzarella Cheese Sticks
Friday
Pizza



From the office:
The Book Fair Is Coming:  Mrs. Rachel Small, Librarian at Memorial School is looking for volunteers for the annual book fair. click here to sign up.  Book Fair Dates are December 14-18.

Book Fair at Memorial Coming Soon….

Book fair is will be open December 14-18th
Books make great gifts for the Holidays!


Happenings Around Town:
From Burlington PAC:
Do you know your special education rights?  Ever have questions about what rights you have as a parent?  

Join us for a night of question & answer with Special Education Attorney, Joseph Presti, Esq. Learn the basics of special ed process and your rights as a parent while asking questions that pertain to your own experience

Tuesday, December 8th at 7:00 pm Marion Tavern
 
Presented by Special Education Attorney, Joseph Presti, Esq.

*doors open at 6:30


From BHS Performing Arts Department:


The Performing Arts Department of Burlington High School will present the Tony Award-winning play The Miracle Worker by William Gibson, on Friday, December 11 at 7:30 pm and Saturday, December 12 at 2:00 pm, in the Fogelberg Performing  Center of Burlington High School.
The Miracle Worker is the story of Helen Keller, who as an infant was stricken with a life-threatening illness that left her blind, deaf and mute. Pitied, spoiled and never disciplined, she turns into a wild, uncontrollable and tantrum-throwing child by the age of six, disrupting every situation in the household with her wild fits of anger and rage. As a last resort prior to institutionalizing her, the Keller family hires Annie Sullivan as governess and teacher. Sullivan finds a way to reach Helen through the use of hand signals, persistence and discipline.
Leading the cast is Mia Campbell as Helen Keller and Ivy Saltsman as Annie Sullivan. Joining them are Miranda Russo as Kate Keller, Timmy Sullivan as Captain Arthur Keller, Michelle Pothier as James Keller, Lorraine Kenyike as Anagnosa, Jade Gordon as Viney and Gabby Goulette as Auntie Ev.
Also featured in the cast are Patrick Creedon as A Doctor, Sasha Festi as Martha, Julianna Grossman as Penny, Tehniyat Hakim as a Servant and Christian Weisse as Man’s Voice. Finally, Blind Girls are played by Sam Cullinan, Crystal Curran, Erin Kerr, Laura Frustaci, Amanda McCombs, Caitlyn Shea and Nadia Zaganjori.

Tickets for The Miracle Worker are available online at BurlingtonTheatre.com, by phone at 781-A-FUN-TIC and at the box office on performance days. The Fogelberg Performing Arts Center, a fully accessible venue, is located at 123 Cambridge Street on the campus of Burlington High School.