SBAC Testing for all grades will be May 10 – May 14. for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade
As 5th Graders, we want to set an example on what it means to stand up against bullying. We asked teachers to share the anti-bullying promise with their students and had them trace their hands and write a sentence on why they stand against bullying. We then created this bulletin board.
I make a COMMITMENT to take a stand against bullying. I will treat others with RESPECT and KINDNESS. I will have the COMPASSION to not be a bully and the COURAGE to not be a bystander. It is my RESPONSIBILITY to help others being bullied and to report bullying.
Pre-K, Kindergarten, First Grade: Monday, May 10th 4:30-7
Second Grade, Third Grade: Tuesday, May 11th 4:30-7
Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade: Thursday, May 13th 4:30-7
We will be using Signup Genius
You must sign up based on your student’s grade – thank you!
The from will ask you to indicate “Qty.” please write the # of people in your group.
If you have siblings in multiple grades, please choose one grade for which to sign up.
Hot Dog Dinner
$3 per person
$10 for a family of 4
Due to COVID, hot dog dinners will be to go. We will not be allowing picnicking on site.
Thank you to Mckenzie Country Classics for the donation of hot dogs.
A virtual meeting with Principal Lashawn Whitmore- Sells.
Find out what is happening at Flynn, voice your concerns or just come and meet other Flynn parents, 8:15-9.
Our PTO meets on the first Thursday of every month. Due to COVID this year’s meetings are virtual and use the same link each month.
March 4, 6:00pm
April 1, 6:00pm
May 5, 6:00pm
We will have our 3rd book giveaway on Friday, February 19. It’s a great time of year to curl up with a good book and read with your child. All Flynn students will get to choose 2 books made possible from the Children’s Literacy Foundation’s generous Year of the Book grant. All books are for families to enjoy and keep at home. Remote students may contact Mrs. Priebe to arrange for their book pickup.
The 2021 Net Zero Energy Calendar has been an annual collaboration between Burlington Electric Department and Burlington School District for 15 years. In October, 2020, members of the Burlington Electric Department team visited virtually with all the fourth grade classes in all six Burlington elementary schools to engage in a conversation about the important topics of energy efficiency, renewability, sustainability, and Net Zero Energy.
More than 125 of the amazingly thoughtful and talented fourth graders of the Burlington School District created beautiful works of art with their impressions of energy efficiency, renewability, sustainability and Net Zero Energy, 15 of which were selected for this year’s calendar.
Congratulations to 2 of Flynn’s Fourth Graders: Jane Curry from Mr. Mack’s class and Sailor Hadeka from Ms. Campanelli’s class!