Communication Chronicle 5/20/16


Staying in the Loop!

  1. Congratulations to everyone who assisted with the Prom! It was a success!
  2. June 3 will by the Middle School Campus Picnic; May 27th is the High School picnic; June 7th is the Elementary picnic.
  3. The 8th grade party will be held on May 26th.
  4. There will be a Senior Breakfast in the Media Center on June 16th.
  5. There will be a DEAC meeting on June 1st.
  6. Administrators are continuing to work on class rosters and staff assignments for ESY.
  7. Manno Family Band will be playing in our Central Gym on June 3rd at 12:45.
  8. If there are any issues with the DLM testing, then please inform Natalie Maguire right away.
  9. PLC and in-service certificates for teachers are being made and will be available shortly. We have not forgotten;) Please start to put your PD hours into Genesis (you can upload certificates at a later date).
  10. Please update your SGOs in Genesis and approve the final scores.
  11. Any employee in a stipend position should submit a time sheet to their campus Supervisor. Ex: Team Leaders will fill out one time sheet stating their stipend position worked for the 2015-2016 School year for approval and payment.
  12. Movies: any movies that are written into our BCSSSD curriculum are approved for educational purposes already.
  13. The Retirement Social will be held on June 7th honoring 17 retirees and acknowledging staff years of services at the Burlington Country Club 4-7pm.
  14. Graduation Dates: 8th Grade Graduation is June 10th at 10:00am. HS Graduation is the last day of school at 11:00am. Preschool Graduation is June 14th at 10:00am. Helping Hands Graduation is June 9th.
  15. We will be sending you an email with procedures and processes regarding the new door locking system. We appreciate your patience as we all work through this new system together.
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Quote of the Week

One looks back with appreciation to the brilliant teachers, but to gratitude for those who touched us with human feelings. The curriculum is so much necessary raw material, but warmth is the vital element for the growing plant and for the soul of a child. -Carl Jung

Reminders from Last Week!

  1. Congratulations to Dr. Nagy for his appointment to Superintendent for the 2016-2017 School year and to Mr. Andy Demidont for his appointment to Interim Assistant Superintendent.
  2. Congratulations and Welcome to Michelle Ciasca for her appointment to the Supervisor of Education on the High School Campus for the 2016-2017 School Year beginning July 1st.
  3. DLM has started! We are getting on track with beginning this state assessment. We will continue to work together with any issues that may come up.
  4. If you are a teacher who have been using the Accellus program online and need a gold key please come and sign out a "gold key" with Ms. Walker on the Middle School.
  5. As a reminder, information regarding Bereavement days needs to be turned into your campus secretary upon your arrival back to work OR you can upload and attach the said documents into AESOP.


Last week's riddle: The more of them you take, the more you leave behind. What are they?
ANSWER: Footsteps

This week's riddle: A dad and his son were riding their bikes and crashed. Two ambulances came and took them to different hospitals. The man’s son was in the operating room and the doctor said, “I can’t operate on you. You’re my son.”
How is that possible?
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May Birthdays!!

Linda Black 5/4
Jayne Corley 5/21
Michael Davis 5/8
Joseph DeMarco 5/23
Joyce DeVito 5/6
Chris Elstone 5/26
Amber Fenimore 5/22
John Ferrante 5/26
Jane Fish 5/18
Amy Furstein-Bush 5/5
Rachelle Grabitz 5/13
Tiffany Grelling 5/8
Richard Horton 5/4
Raymond Ketchel 5/9
Kthleen Koch 5/29
Cathrine Lopez 5/6
Asmahan Mazahreh 5/28
Rochelle Morse 5/15
Yiwen Nerolich 5/26
Gloria Rapp 5/5
Candace Russo 5/31
Simone Schouten 5/11
Margaret Stevenson 5/28
Michelle Stewart 5/17
Wendy Tannenbaum 5/27
Margaret Urbshot 5/24
Robert Wyllner 5/16
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