MEMORIAL SCHOOL NEWS
January 8th, 2016
Main Office 781-270-1721 Nurse 781-270-1724 Absentee Line 781-273-7649
January 13th - Incoming K parent information night
January 18th - No School, Martin Luther King Day
January 22nd - 3rd Grade Field trip, Lexington Symphony
January 22nd - PTO Pizza Movie Night
January 25th - K report cards sent home
January 29th - 3rd Grade Field trip, Lowell Mills
Feb 3rd & 4th - Incoming Kindergarten Registration
From the office:
From the Office: BRRR!!!!! Please make sure your child is dressed appropriately for outdoor play at recess - hat, mittens, and winter jackets. The children will be going out to play each day unless temperatures are unreasonably cold (less than 20 degrees).
Homework Club: The 2016 Winter Session of Memorial School’s After-School Homework & Study Club for Grades 3-5 will begin on Thursday, January 19th and run through Tuesday, March 22nd. The purpose of the club is to help children develop effective study skills while providing them with the time, structure, and supervision needed to successfully complete their homework at school. The club will meet two afternoons per week (Tuesdays and Thursdays) from 2:30 until 3:30. The fee will be $80. (Please note: there will be no sessions on: Feb. 16th,18th and March 1st.)
Food Services: Cafeteria Substitutes needed, Please call Karen Damaso at 781-270-1756 for more information.
Happenings Around Town:
Valentine Tea Soiree: Come to a Family Valentine Tea at Grand View Farm Saturday, February 13th. This is a fundraiser for Burlington nonprofit, The Mama Bear Effect. There will be a 1:00 service with magic show and a 4:00 with live classical guitarist. Tea or cocoa will be served along with buffet of refreshments, raffles, silent auction, and craft for children. For more information visit: www.TheMamaBearEffect.org or search: Mama Bear Effect on EventBrite.com for tickets. You may also contact Adrianne Simeone at email@example.com or 617.571.6802.
From Burlington PAC:
Wednesday, January 13th | Marion Tavern | 6:30 - 9:00pm
Presented by the Federation for Children with Special Need
The Basic Rights workshop provides families with an introduction to their rights in regards to their child’s education.
This workshop is designed to help parents learn to be effective partners with their child’s school to decide their child’s eligibility for special education, and to plan, make decisions and monitor their child’s progress in school.
Adopt a Class 2024 Fundraiser: