May 14, 2021
Save the Date
May 17- Fifth Grade Science Assessment
May 18-Last Day of 5th grade SBAC testing
May 19-Wednesday School ends at 11:30 am/No Burlington Kids/ No Pre K
May 26-Wednesday School ends at 11:30 am/No Burlington Kids/ No Pre K
May 31- Memorial Day-No School
June 2-Wednesday School ends at 11:30 am/No Burlington Kids/ No Pre K
June 3-Flynn PTO Meeting-6PM
June 9-Wednesday School ends at 11:30 am/No Burlington Kids/ No Pre K
June 10-5th Grade Bridging Celebration (more info coming soon)
June 15- Last Day of School/11:30 Dismissal
August 25-First day of School: Link to next year's calendar
Flynn School Garden - Can you Help?
Due to COVID, Flynn School’s traditional Day in the Dirt, held each May, will have to be a staff driven event. But don’t worry, you can still be part of the growing Flynn School Gardening Community. We would love to have help with our garden over the summer. We are looking for families to "adopt-the-garden" for a week, starting the week after school gets out until the kids return next year. You can sign up online for a week that works best for your family. “Adopting the garden” would involve weeding, watering, and possibly harvesting any veggies that are ripe. All garden tools, supplies and instructions will be supplied to you, along with the contact information of Flynn garden staff member, in case you have any questions.
If you are interested and available to help in the garden for a week this summer, please sign up using this link, and our Flynn Garden Committee will reach out with further instructions as we get closer to summer. And thanks again to our Flynn families for your ongoing support and help with our garden! We all look forward to a harvest celebration next fall.
P.S. Adopting the garden qualifies as City Market Member Work - if you are already a City Market Member Worker, please reach out to Allison Tinson to log your hours for your week in the garden this summer! firstname.lastname@example.org
Book Fair and Hot Dog Dinner: A Huge Success
Artist in Residence
Fire Flies of the Week
Fifth Graders Visit Hunt Middle School
2021 Vermont Scholastic Chess Championships
The 34th Vermont Scholastic Chess Championships will be held on Saturday and Sunday, May 29-30th at Capital City Grange Hall on Vermont Route 12 in Berlin, VT.
All Vermont students from Kindergarten through Grade 12 are eligible to compete for State Championships in nine divisions -- each grade Kindergarten through Grade 6, Middle School (Grades 7 & 8) and High School (Grades 9 through 12). All abilities are welcome and encouraged to participate.
Advance registration is required. Complete rules and registration information can be found at http://vtchess.info or by contacting Mike Stridsberg, Tournament Director, at email@example.com or (802) 223-1948.
Sara Holbrook Summer Program
SHCC ELEMENTARY SUMMER CAMP:
June 21 through July 30 (no program July 5, 2021)
Monday – Friday 9:00AM – 4:00PM
LOCATION: Sustainability Academy | 123 North Street
Flyer Link Here
ENGLISH ENRICHMENT PROGRAM (EEP):
June 21 - July 23 | Monday – Friday | 9:00AM–12:00PM
LOCATION: SHCC | 66 North Avenue
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL:
ELEMENTARY PROGRAM DIRECTOR
(802) 862-6342 X216
REGISTER ONLINE @ WWW.SARAHOLBROOKCC.ORG
VT Baseball Camp
Are you looking for an awesome Baseball camp for both boys and girls this summer?! Look no further, Vermont Baseball School is filled with fun in the sun and an opportunity to learn the great game of baseball from the best! This camp is from July 19th - 23rd at the historical Centennial Field!
Coaches at the Vermont Baseball School are the best baseball instructors in the area with years of experience working with all ages of young athletes. Each day these quality instructors will be working closely with the campers applying proper skills taught in a controlled game situation. Each participant will receive a Vermont Baseball shirt with trophies and special prizes awarded at different times throughout the camps.
The Vermont Baseball School has provided valuable knowledge and enthusiasm to young players over the past 45 years. These schools help tremendously with the integral steps in teaching young enthusiastic athletes knowledge to compete at the next baseball level.
The Vermont Baseball Schools remain one of the best in New England for the cost. The turnout has been full and popular in the past. Registration will be on a first come, first served basis!
(P.S. Ms. DiMasi will be there working it too!)
Vermont Youth Dancers Presents
As You Are, The Story of Belle and the Beast, a dance theatre production of the classic fairy tale. A selfish young prince and his castle staff fall under a spell of a mysterious enchantress, who turns him into a frightful beast, until he can learn to love and be loved in return. Belle may be their only hope, as she takes her mother’s place as prisoner at the castle. But time is running out… Will the spell be broken? This wonderful story of community, sacrifice and identity is told by VYD through exciting hip hop and poignant lyrical choreography, along with stunning sets, lighting and costumes. Do not miss this unique performance – the choreography, song lyrics, and the acting and emotion the dancers put on the stage is something unusual and beautiful!
Please help support VYD as they provide mentoring, leadership, and performance opportunities for young community members and have given back thousands of dollars in support of other community organizations.
VYD brings this show to Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center in Stowe with a small live audience, and there are still UNLIMITED live stream tickets available for the two shows on Sunday, May 30th at 12:30 and 6:30 p.m..
Ticket information: sprucepeakarts.org
VYD information: vermontyouthdancers.org