MEMORIAL SCHOOL NEWS
September 23, 2016
Main Office 781-270-1721 Nurse 781-270-1724 Absentee Line 781-273-7649
Sept 28th Kindergarten Apple picking field trip
Sept 30th Picture Day
Oct 28th Rocket Day @ 12:30PM
Oct 28th Halloween Party 6PM - 8PM
Main Lunch Menu Choices September 26-30th
Mac & Cheese
Alt: Grilled Cheese
Turkey & Cheese Sub
Alt:Ham & Cheese Croissant
Alt: Tuna Fish
From the office:
School Attendance: If your child is going to be absent, you MUST call the School Absentee Line at 781-273-7649 BEFORE 8:10 am on the day of the absence. An answering machine will record your message. Please leave your Child’s name, grade level, teacher’s name and reason for the absence.
From the Nurse:
We all know accidents happen and a quick change of clothes can make a difference in your day:
If you have any clothing that you are willing to donate to the nurse's office. Please feel free to send it in with your child marked for donation to the nurse.
If you are planning to volunteer or chaperone during this school year (and we hope you will), you must be CORI’d. You can do this by visiting the Superintendent’s office to fill out a CORI (Criminal Offender Records Information) form. You will also need to bring a government-issued photo ID (a license will do). The Superintendent’s Office is located in the business office at the Burlington High School, 123 Cambridge Street. The entrance is around the back of the school. CORI approvals are good for three years, so if you filled out a CORI during the last two years, it is not necessary to submit a form again for this year. If you are unsure of when your last CORI was done, please call the school office and Mrs. Bogosh or Mrs. Doherty will be happy to help.
4th grade Instrumental Music Lessons:
Registration is still open for all students interested in playing flute, clarinet, alto sax, trumpet and trombone.
For more information please go to elemband.wordpress.com. A commitment to practicing at home is essential for success. Lessons with instruments will begin the week of September 26. Any questions please email Mr. Napierkowski at firstname.lastname@example.org
From the Cafe:
We apologize for any confusion with the PAYPAMS lunch accounts. It looks like it has been resolved. Please contact Chris Stevens, cafe manager, with any questions (781-270-1723)
HAPPENINGS AROUND TOWN
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day
Saturday, September 24,2016
8:30am to Noon
Francis Wyman Elementary School
Medical Sharps will not be collected on this date
(Sharps collection now located at the Fire Department)
SUPER BINGO is back!
Join the BHS Athletic Boosters at our Fall fundraising event:
Saturday October 1st, 6:30 pm:
Woburn Elks, Washington St. Woburn
Come play for a chance to win some fabulous prizes.
To reserve a table: e-mail email@example.com
Burlington Board of Health Flu Clinic - Saturday 10/22/16
The Burlington Board of Health Flu Clinic will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 12pm to 3pm at the Memorial School, 125 Winn Street, Burlington. No appointment is necessary. All flu vaccines are free, but if you have health insurance please bring your information. All children and adults are eligible for free vaccine regardless of insurance status. Children under age 18 must be accompanied by parent/guardian. Please note: per CDC guidelines, no FluMist will be administered this year. If possible, please wear a loose-fitting short sleeve shirt. For the most current information, please call the BOH Flu Clinic Line at 781 238-5353.
BURLINGTON YOUTH WRESTLING:
K-8th Grade Tournament
K-2 4-man round robin
3rd-8th grade 8-man brackets (where possible)
Awards for top 3 place finishers per bracket
Entrance capped at 300 participants
Fabulous food all day
Burlington High School Gym
123 Cambridge Street Burlington, MA
Registration & Fees
Online registration and payment at www.burlingtonyouthwrestling.com
Please be sure to register ahead of time we wouldn’t want you to show up and not be able to wrestle
NO WALK INS WILL BE ACCEPTED
Adult spectators $5, children 12 & under are free
Town of Burlington Satellite office for
Community Teamwork, Inc.
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Fuel Assistance, also known as the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), is a government program the helps low- income families and individuals pay their heating bills during the winter. Fuel assistance is for low-income tenants and homeowners, and eligibility is based on the household’s gross annual income. Renters may also receive fuel assistance even if their heat is included in the rent.
The amount of fuel assistance received depends on income, housing status, and heating costs. Recipients of State Fuel Assistance are also eligible for discounted rates on their electric and gas utility bills. Additionally, residents may be eligible for weatherization services, heating system repairs, and Citizens Energy heat assistance programs. Fuel assistance payments for actual usage or fuel delivery are made directly to the heating vendor for primary energy needs from November 1st to April 30th, except when cost of heating is included in the rent.
FUEL ASSISTANCE APPLICATIONS:
Initial applications can be accepted starting November 1, 2016
More inforamtion can me found at the burlington.org website