Memorial Family Memo June 13, 2022

Memorial Family Memo June 13, 2022
Posted on 06/14/2022
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June 13, 2022

Main Office 781-270-1721    Nurse 781-270-1724   Absentee Line 781-273-7649

Click Starbuck winners and our Star teachers for information on 

Starbuck students and Star teachers this month.

   We are a Respectful, Responsible, Kind, and Safe Community  Staff and Students alike!


- Step up day at MSMS: Wed. June 15th

- Cedardale Field Trip Thurs. June 16th

- Moving on Ceremony: Friday. June 17th @ 9:30

- No school: June 20th - Juneteenth

- Last day of school  WED. June 22  Early Dismissal 10:45 AM

Dismissal Change

Planning to change your child's dismissal at any time,  please fill out  change of dismissal form by 9:00am 

(You will not be able to pick up your child early without filling this form out or sending a note in with your child in the morning)


Absent line

If your child will be absent from school, please call our Absentee Line at 781-273-7649 and leave a message stating the child's name, teacher, and reason for being absent before 8:30 am.




The hot weather is now upon us!


With the weather becoming warmer, hydration is very important for your children.  Please remember to send a full water bottle with your child everyday. These water bottles can be refilled at 1 of our 5 water refill stations located throughout the building.



Spring has sprung and so have the seasonal allergies!! 

Please see the BPS Seasonal Allergy Accommodations During COVID -19 protocol for children experiencing allergy symptoms during school.

Here are some tips to help combat seasonal allergy symptoms: 

Please contact the school nurse if you have any questions. Lynn Sakey RN 781-270-1724.

President - Lisa Cline

“No one can do everything, but everyone can do something”

BayState Textile Recycling

The focus of the School Box Program is to spread awareness and educate on the problem of textile waste. A donation box is placed outside of each school in a district generating a rebate based on the weight of donations.  


Baystate textile will grade ("triage") the donations to figure out if they can be used best: for export as used clothing, they are all cut into wiping rags and resold to companies through the United States that need wipers to keep their plant and equipment clean, or they are broken down into fiber material.  Consumers see this material in items such as carpet padding, insulation, and high tech building material like Trex.  For more information see their website



From Director of Food Service

Dear Burlington Public Schools Parents/Guardians,

I'm pleased to announce that USDA has approved that Burlington Public Schools can continue to offer Free Breakfast & Lunch for all students until the end of this school year.  We hope that families will take advantage of this opportunity. If you have any questions or need assistance please contact Karen Damaso, Food Service Director at 781-270-1756 or Keri Noke, Food Service Assistant at 781-505-1166.