Fri, May 27Field day 3 - 5Volunteer Tea 8:45
Mon, May 30Memorial Day - offices and schools closed
Thu, June 2Field Day K-2
Tue, June 7Award ceremony K - 2
Wed, June 8Award ceremony 3 - 4
Wed, June 155th grade promotion & award ceremony
Fri, June 17Early release
Mon, June 20Last day of school for students. Early release day for students
Tue, June 21Professional day for teachers
Animal Bus Names
A message from BURTONSVILLE ELEM SCHOOL Hello, this is your principal, Ms. Kimber, with the Sunday Night Screamer!(Open the news item to read the rest.)
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR 3rd- 5th GRADE FIELD DAY: MAY 27, 2016Dear Parents/Guardians, The primary focus of Field Day is FUN! I wish to provide as many activities as possible for the children, so I am going to need your help on Friday, May 27th. Currently, there is not a rain date! On the morning of Field Day the children will participate in a variety of stations. These stations will be in the form of activities such as basketball shoot, rope climb, scooter obstacle, etc. I will need you from 9:30-12:30 to run the stations. Please stay and eat lunch with your son/daughter. The afternoon will consist of cooperative team activities. I will not need your help at this time, but please feel free to come be a spectator. Click here for a printable form.
Have you volunteered at school? Worked at the Book Fair? Worked as a mentor? Gone on a field trip? Helped with PTA? If so, we want you to attend a reception in your honor. The staff will be serving breakfast for you in the Media Center on May 27th. Come in for a snack before going to Field Day! Click here for more details and an RSVP form.
Summary of Fifth Grade Events Mark your calendars! There are many great events coming up for your Fifth Grader. Here is a summary list of these events.
The Gaithersburg Book Festival will be held at Gaithersburg
City Hall on Saturday, May 21st.
Many great children’s authors will be there, including Phyllis Reynolds
Naylor, author of Shiloh, Fred Bowen, author of many sports chapter books,
Aaron Reynolds, author of Creepy Carrots and Carnivores, Cece Bell, author of
El Deafo, Dave Roman, author of Astronaut Academy, Alexis Frederick Frost,
author of Adventures in Cartooning, Jennifer Choldenko, author of Al Capone
Does My Shirts, Katy Kelly, author of Melonhead, and more! There will also be fun activities for
kids. Go to http://www.gaithersburgbookfestival.org/ For more information.
Students and teachers enjoyed Barry Louis Polisar's visit on April 21st. Big thanks to our PTA for bringing us this author. Since Barry lives less than a mile away, he says he can take additional orders for autographed books or CD's. Forms are being sent home with students. Please send orders and payment (checks payable to the PTA) by Friday, April 29th.
Click here for information on free computer classes.Click here for information on free English classes.
School Fundraising Update as
of 4-5-16K- $193.07 Grade 1- $479.94 Grade 2-$565.53 Grade 3- $395.07 Grade 4-$208.79 Grade 5-$356.63 Future deposits will be taken to the
bank at 3:00 PM on April 8th.There will be a treat for the grade
level that raises the most donations for Pennies for Patients! *The fundraising drive will end on
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Once a month on a Tuesday, Burtonsville families are invited to come and get free food. Click here for a printable flier. March 8, April 12, May 10, June 14
Principal: Kimberly KimberAssistant Principal: Lauren Tillman
15516 Old Columbia Pike
Burtonsville, MD 20866
NAACP Parents' Council Representative for the
2015-2016 School Year
NAACP Representative; Johannie Escarne.
phone is (301) 204-1918.
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