Burr Bulldog Bulletin
June 5, 2002
Monday, June 6
- Spirit Day: Disney Day - Marvel, Star Wars, etc.
- Talent Show
Tuesday, June 7
- Spirit Day: Hawaiian Day
Wednesday, June 8
- Spirit Day: Go out, glow out - neon clothes or glow sticks
- High School Student Clap-out at Burr
Thursday, June 9
- Spirit Day: Burr t-shirts
- 1/2 Day of school - 12:24 Dismissal
- 6th grade graduation 2:00 PM
Friday, June 10
Spirit Day: Paparazzi Day - Dress your best!
1/2 Day of school - 12:24 Dismissal - Last Day of School
6th grade breakfast
6th grade clap-out
VA Device Collection
From pre-school to 6th grade graduation....Bulldogs stay together as one school family!
ONE-TO-ONE DEVICE COLLECTION
Burr students who meet the following criteria must turn in their school device by Monday, June 6th. We will be collecting the device along with the charger.
VA students who meet the criteria must turn in their school device on Friday, June 10 in the afternoon to the home school.
1) all 1st grade students
2) all 6th grade students
3) students moving out of the district
Summer School Students –Devices collected at the end of the year will be reconfigured and deployed to summer school students needing devices. Students who meet the above criteria will receive a different device when they start summer school.
Field Day - thank you!
Field day was a HUGE success! Thank you to Miss Snopek for planning an awesome event for our Burr students. Thank you to all the volunteers who came out to help make field day possible. This event could not happen without your support. We hope you enjoyed yourself as much as we did!
PTO End of Year Fun Event
The Department of Health and Human Services has provided notice to families qualifying for P-EBT benefits. Families that have not received notice but believe they qualify can complete a reconsideration form.
Students eligible for free and reduced meals or those attending a CEP building who were absent due to COVID, may qualify for P-EBT benefits.
Please refer to the attached notice regarding eligibility for the Pandemic EBT program. Families that believe they should be reconsidered for benefits can complete the reconsideration form located at www.michigan.gov/pebt. Parents/guardians are responsible for completing sections 1, 2 and 4. Completed forms can be sent to your school’s main office or the office of Food and Nutrition Services.
Burr Elementary Mission Statement
At Burr Elementary School, educational success depends on the combined efforts of All students, parents, staff and community. We work together to educate and challenge our children to meet their individual needs and goals. As a community, we will teach respect for uniqueness of self and the diversity of others.
Burr.....where we ALL belong!
Report Card Distribution
During June, UCS will distribute reports cards electronically. The fourth marking period grades will be sent electronically to families at the end of the day on Monday, June 20, 2022.
To receive the report cards, parents will need to have a secure PowerSchool account. Parents who do not have access to a PowerSchool account will need to register for one prior to Tuesday, June 14, 2022. The report cards will then be automatically e-mailed to the address that is used to register the PowerSchool account. If you already have a PowerSchool account, you do not need to take any further action. The report card will be automatically sent to you.
Burr Alumni Walk Invitation
UCS CELEBRATES ITS PAST AND PRESENT CHAMPIONS
Resilience. Dedication. Leadership. Service.
Utica Community Schools is once again celebrating the stories of everyday heroes who represent these principles in our community through a month-long series called #UCSchampions.
“This year once again challenged our community, and I am proud of the continued partnerships that support our students and families,” said Superintendent Robert S. Monroe. “UCS has a long history of coming together to tackle hard issues. We want to again ask our community to help us tell those stories that inspire us and remind us of the power of community.”
Community members can nominate past or present individuals, groups or programs. To suggest champions, please visit http://www.uticak12.org/ucschampions
UCS PODCADEMY – EPISODE 2
The new UCS podcast series, UCS Podcademy, has released its second episode with Henry Ford II High School senior, Osirus Currie, interviewing Stevenson High School social studies teacher, student council advisor and junior and senior class advisor, Lisa Lucas. Titled, “Operation Graduation,” this episode highlights high school graduation ceremonies, the work that goes on behind the scenes to make everything run smoothly and what graduating seniors should know before they walk across the stage.
Available directly through the UCS Podcademy website, in an audio-only format wherever you listen to podcasts by searching for “UCS Podcademy,” or in a video format through the UCS YouTube channel, this podcast series is for anyone looking for a behind the scenes view of operating a public school district. Bring your curiosity to conversations surrounding Michigan’s second largest school district, Utica Community Schools.
Family Fun - LIZZIE AND THE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL Read Aloud
Get ready for kindergarten! This academic enrichment program is a unique combination of learning and fun that gives students extra practice in core curriculum areas. Please note that Session I and Session II are different programs. Children must be five years old on or before September 1, 2022 or attending kindergarten during the 2022-2023 school year. Registration opened on April 25, 2022; click here for more information and to register: https://ucscommunityeducation.ce.eleyo.com/
‘FAMILY PORTAL’ REPLACING ‘SEND MONEY TO SCHOOL’
The new family portal website will replace sendmoneytoschool.com and will also contain the link to complete free and reduced meal applications, as well as Household Income Report forms for CEP sites.
Attention all families: Sendmoneytoschool.com, the site used to deposit funds to your student’s meal account, has been replaced. Please begin using https://utica.familyportal.cloud to deposit funds. If you currently have an account with sendmoneytoschool.com your children will be moved over to the new account after completing registration.
Please view this video showing how to create an account on the new website: https://utica.familyportal.cloud/tutorials.
This site also contains the link to apply for free and reduced price meals. As a reminder, the USDA subsidized free meal program is ending June 30, 2022. Families without an approved free or reduced price meal application will be charged the full meal price next school year. You can apply for the 2022-2023 school year as early as July 1.
2022-2023 SUGGESTED SUPPLY LISTS
We are currently in the process of finalizing our suggested supply lists for next school year. My hope is that I will be updating this SMORE and our website by the end of the week!
The 2022 SACC summer camp theme is “Traveling through the Nifty 50” and will run from Monday, June 20, 2022 to Friday, August 12, 2022. Please note that camp will not be held on July 4, 2022. Registration opened on April 25, 2022; please click here for more information and to register: https://ucscommunityeducation.ce.eleyo.com/
Burr Onging Events Calendar
6/6 Talent Show (Spirit day - Disney Day -Marvel, Star Wars, etc.)
6/7 Spirit day - Hawaiian Day
6/8 High School graduate clap-out at Burr for former Burr Bulldogs (Spirit day - Go out, Glow out - wear neon clothes or glow sticks)
6/9 ½ Day with 6th grade graduation car parade (Spirit day - Wear your Burr T-shirt)
6/10 Last Day of School – ½ Day - 6th grade breakfast and clap-out (Spirit day - Paparazzi Day - Dress your best!)
6/19 Happy Father’s Day
6/21 Summer Begins
6/22 Administration Last Day – Office Closed for Summer