The BEST of Burkland!
A weekly newsletter of HBB news and happenings
Social Media Survey
Please take a moment to complete the Middleborough Public School’s social media survey.
The survey can be found by going to https://forms.gle/VsuzYtPbZYAPrdYTA
A link to the survey will also be sent via email and is available on our website. The District is looking to find out your preferred means of communication so if you have a moment please take the survey, thank you!
5th Grade Yearbooks
Order forms for the 5th grade yearbooks are due on Wednesday May 8th. Sorry, but no late orders will be accepted. Order forms are below and can also be found on the HBB Website under Burkland’s Bulletin Board.
Last week we hosted our 3rdannual HBB Arts Festival and we would like to thank everyone who attended. We would also like to thank Mrs. Donovan for all her hard work putting on this amazing event. The Arts Festival has gotten bigger every year and we can’t wait to see the cool, creative things she has in store for next year!
Please review the remaining MCAS dates below. Please also be sure your child is well rested, well fed and present on MCAS testing dates. The schedule of remaining MCAS dates is as follows....
Grade 3– May 9
Grade 4– May 8
Grade 5– May 7
Grade 5 – May 14 & 16
Springtime is here and we are in the home stretch. Last week was Earth Day and in that spirit we are going to be taking steps to cut down on the amount of paper that is sent home in our Tuesday Folders with the plan to eventually send most things digitally. Paper is expensive, especially on the scale that we use it! One step we are taking starting now is flyers will only be sent home once and some flyers will only be sent digitally. We have created a section on the main page of our website called “Burkland’s Bulletin Board” which can be found here https://www.middleboro.k12.ma.us/domain/712.
All current flyers will be posted on Burkland's Bulletin Board. We will also send them home through the weekly BEST of Burkland Newsletter/Email. This is just the first step in a process by which we hope to slowly decrease the amount of paper sent home.
If you have any questions or comments about this please let us know!