Flynn Flyer

June 11, 2021

Dates to Remember

June 14- Step Up Day

June 15- Last Day of School/11:30 Dismissal

August 24- Open House

grades K-2 10:30-11:30

grades 3-5 12-1:00

August 25-First day of School: Link to next year's calendar

https://www.bsdvt.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/BSD-2021-2022-Calendar-at-a-Glance-4.6.21.pdf

Congratulations to our 5th Graders! We will miss you!

Thank you to all staff and parent volunteers who helped to make the evening spectacular!

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We say Goodbye to....

Thank you all for your dedication and service to our students and families. We will miss you.


Carol Livingston-Library Para

Cat Illig- Special Educator

Daniel Bobbett-Guidance Counselor

Emma Chaffee- Para-Educator

Bridie McNamara- Special Educator

Allison Sutherland- Prek Teacher

Lili Foster-Prek Teacher

Nina Mador- Prk SLP

Quinn Davis- EL Teacher

Stacie Bilodeau-PreK Para

Kylie Spiegel-PreK Para

Lauren Drasler-Director Burlington Kids

Tree Dedication

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Flynn 5th graders held a tree planting ceremony on Thursday, June 10th on the Flynn playground to celebrate their learning this year and to reaffirm their commitment to working towards a world with justice for all people, regardless of race, gender, religion or identity.

In the fall 5th graders designed and carried out a Black Lives Matter flag raising ceremony and wanted to finish the year with a project speaking to the same issues.

Every 5th grader painted a river stone with different shades of flesh tone paint, then printed a word or slogan exemplifying their hopes for a better world.

The tree planting was a culmination of a unit on soil health and composting.

Horsford Gardens and Nursery in Charlotte donated and delivered to Flynn the 20 ft Sugar Maple tree.

Fireflies of the Week!

FREE Summer Meals in Burlington for All Kids 18 and Under

Beginning Wednesday, June 16, the Burlington School Food Project will provide meals at no charge to kids 18 and under. No fees, no registration – just show up. This year only, parents may pick up meals for their children if necessary.

For more information on dates, locations and meal times, visit the Burlington School Food Project website at: www.burlingtonschoolfoodproject.org

Call 2-1-1 for information on free summer meals for kids and other resources across Vermont.


2021 SUMMER MEAL LOCATIONS (EXCLUDING MONDAY, JULY 5)

June 21-August 13

Andy A-Dog Williams Skate Park

1 Lake Street, Burlington

Lunch: 12:00 – 1:00, M-F

City Hall Park

(College Street side)

Lunch: 12:00-1:00, M-F


Roosevelt Park

57 Oak Street

Supper: 5:00-6:00, M-F





2021 SUMMER FAMILY MEAL KIT DISTRIBUTION LOCATIONS

Each Family Meal Kit will contain grocery items to cover Breakfast and Lunch for 7 days for one child. Parents can pick up on behalf of their kids. Intended for consumption by children aged 18 and under.

WEDNESDAYS 3:00-4:30 through August 18th (last pick up day)

BURLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL (52 Institute Road)

SUSTAINABILITY ACADEMY (North Champlain Street Parking Lot)

CHAMPLAIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

To view the full USDA non-discrimination statement, visit the Burlington School Food Project website or this URL: https://education.vermont.gov/nondiscrimination-policies#usda-english

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2021 Read & Win Program

What: An incentive program for students in grades K-8 to read at least three books during summer vacation, earn a ribbon and FREE one-time admission to the Champlain Valley Fair.

Where: Municipal libraries across Vermont will administer the program.

When: Program runs June 19 through August 15, 2021 (8 weeks).

How: Students register at the participating municipal library.

How it works:

1. Students receive a voucher slip when they check out their first library book.

2. Upon completion of reading three books, a parent/guardian signs the voucher.

3. Students turn voucher back in to librarian to receive a Read & Win ribbon. The ribbon gives the student FREE admission to the Champlain Valley Fair on one day. All students completing the program receive a ribbon, regardless of whether they attend the Fair or not.

4. Students should wear the ribbon for free admission to the Fair.

5. Students will receive a free book of their choosing AND a Strates’ Shows ride ticket AND a complimentary ice cream.

If you have any questions, please call Jackie Buttolph at (802) 878-5545

or email at jbuttolph@cvexpo.org