Friday, November 17, 2017
Below please find a few guidelines for you to follow when your child becomes sick. These guidelines can be helpful when deciding whether or not to keep your child home from school. They have been put in place to ensure the health and well being of all Burlington students and staff.
We request that you call your child in sick if they are going to miss school. Please include in your message what is wrong with your child. This is helpful for us to track different types of colds, viruses and infections going around. If your child has had a fever or is contagious, i.e. strep, please call your Nurse’s office.
Burlington Early Childhood Center
Jessica Gearin, MEd., BSN, RN 781-273-7622
Absentee Line 781-270-1808
Thank you to all the families for taking your time to put together pictures to put on your child's family project.
Each child got to sit in front of the class and share their project and family. They were all very proud of their family and their work! Thanks again!
The Family Unit has begun!
November 6-November 10
Stories: Full, Full, Full of Love
Apples and Pumpkins
Small Group Activities: Memory Game
Pumpkin Size Sort
Setting the Table
November 13 - November 17
Stories: Bunny Cakes
Yoko's Paper Crane
There was an Old Lady who Swallowed a Turkey
Small Group Activities: Apple Tree, Cut and Counting
Thanksgiving Shopping List
Sequencing Bunny Cakes
November 20 - November 22
Stories: The Great Turkey Race
A Carp for Kimiko
Small Group Activities: What are you thankful For?