Friday, November 17, 2017
Congratulations to Leo, Michael, Liam, Ashleigh, Jillian and Braedan for making W.I.S.E. choices and being our Students of the Week. Thank you for being role models!
Make W.I.S.E. Choices
Work to be appropriate
Important to be safe
Strive to be Kind
Thursday, November 16, 2017
The LABBB Collaborative helps students with special needs reach their full potential through high quality programs that integrate academic, social, recreational and vocational services and enable participation in the least restrictive environment. Their Burlington classrooms are located in BHS, Memorial, Fox Hill and Francis Wyman. On December 2, 2017, the LABBB Best Buddies are holding their 9th Annual Craft fair to support various programs and activities. See the flyer below for more information.
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Thank you to all the students who volunteered to exercise. Also, thank you to Mrs. Hanafin, Ms. Merlino, Mrs. Visocchi, Mrs. Petelle, Ms. Trahan, Ms. Tigges, Mrs. Hilton, Ms. Jackson, Ms. Miliano, and Ms. Mills for helping to demonstrate how to exercise.
Monday, November 13, 2017
BEF Presents "Education in Action": Screenagers
at the MSMS Auditorium
ARE YOUR KIDS ADDICTED TO THEIR CELL PHONES?
Join the BEF and come see Screenagers, a film about the challenger of parenting in the digital world.
After the movie, we'll have a lively panel Q&A discussion with:
Dr. Eric Conti, Superintendent of BPS
Colleen Jenkins, M.S.CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist for BHS
Patrick Larkin, Assistant Superintendent of BPS
Kim Lynch, Grade 5 Teacher, Francis Wyman Elementary School
Barbara Oliver, Lahey Health Behavioral Services
GENEROUSLY SPONSORED BY LAHEY HEALTH AND BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE BEF AND MSMS PTO
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
This blog post was originally published at http://www.bpsedtech.org/2017/11/08/veterans-day-event-at-barnes-noble/ .
Most fifth grade students wrote a letter to a wounded veteran today. Students may read their letters as part of the ceremony on Friday, Nov. 10th at noon at the Burlington Barnes & Noble if they wish. The event will be broadcasted on Facebook Live. Students who want to read their letter may ask for Dominic Copeland at the Barnes and Noble customer service desk.
The QBall helps build a sense of community during Morning Meeting/Responsive Classroom time. In addition, it helps students hear what their classmates are saying while providing a fun play like atmosphere.