Friday, April 7, 2017

Weekly Memo

MEMORIAL SCHOOL NEWS
April 4th,2017

(Memorialprincipal.blogspot.com)
Main Office 781-270-1721    Nurse 781-270-1724   Absentee Line 781-273-7649

IMPORTANT DATES
April 10th- Spring Pictures
April 14-21st April vacation
May 2nd- Fifth Grade Field
May 3rd- Spring Concert 7pm
May 13th-Art show and Pancake Breakfast
May 18th & 19th-Third Grade Field Trip

Main Lunch Menu Choices
Monday

Burlington Sampler



Stuffed Crust Pizza
Tuesday

Taco Tuesday




Alt: Hot Dog
Wednesday

Hamburger
Cheeseburger



Alt: Turkey & Cheese
Thursday

Raviolis


Alt: Ham & Cheese Croissant
Friday

No School


BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION
ENDS MAY, 5TH 2017

Send in your child with Box tops in groups
of 20 with their name on the bag
Winning  classroom gets a Pajama & Pizza Party





 

JOIN THE CUB SCOUTS TODAY !

JOIN NOW -HAVE A FRIEND JOIN

SUNDAY, MAY 2017 9AM-NOON

RAHANIS PARK, 84 MILL STREET



Stop by the Pine Glen Carnival
4/8/17
9-2pm
Rescheduled from the snow


MICROSOFT GAME DAY

MICROSOFT IS BRINGING TONS OF GAMING SYSTEMS, EQUIPPED
WITH ALL THE LATEST GAMES!

TITLES AVAILABLE WILL INCLUDE: HALO 5, MADDEN 2017, FIFA

2017, NHL 2017, AND MANY MORE…

MICROSOFT WILL ALSO BE GIVING AWAY A FEW PRIZES!

WHEN: SUNDAY APRIL 9 TH FROM 12-4PM

Advanced registration deadline is March 31 th

WHERE: B.H.S. CAFÉ

MICROSOFT WILL HAVE AGE APPROPRIATE GAMES FOR ALL

STUDENTS

COST: $10/HR IN ADVANCE or $15/HR AT THE DOOR; LIMIT 2HRS PER STUDENT

[Note: once you have registered in advance you will be contacted and provided a guaranteed time slot]
Contact Debbie Keene -781- 272-3373 if you have any questions


Burlington Parks & Recreation Dept is sponsoring a Youth & Human Services Day. The event is taking place throughout the day on April 8th.  The event will allow community members to visit and interact with different organizations in the town to see what programs, services, groups, and parks the town has to offer.   The hub of organizations will be setting up booths and activities at Simonds Park; we have an array of who will be in attendance, from an obstacle course being set up by the Army to an informative booth being set up by the food pantry.  We also have some organizations setting up at their own locations.


Bus Monitors needed to ride bus to and from school for in-district routes.   
Mornings
(approx 7:30-9:00 am)

or​ afternoons
(approx 2:00-3:30 pm depending on route)

Responsibilities include:
  • monitor students behavior on bus as directed
  • morning and afternoon routes
Compensation:
​  $11.00 per hour
Permanent and substitute positions available.
​For more information, please call the Special ​
​Education office at 781-270-1822.