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School begins at 7:55am, students are released at 3:00pm

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School begins at 7:55am, students are released at 2:10pm

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2017 Middle School Afterschool Family Survey
Parent feedback is critical to the success of Burlington School District's afterschool programs. We ask that you please take time to complete this survey to tell us what is important to you and how well we are meeting your needs. Your responses will be kept confidential and assist us in the ongoing management of the afterschool programs. Thank you in advance for your support!

February 3, 2017

Burlington School District Community Discussion on Education Funding in Vermont

Burlington, Vermont - The Burlington School District invites Legislators, School Board and community members to attend a conversation surrounding education funding in Vermont. Superintendent Obeng comments, “It’s time for us to engage our leaders and community members to focus on the solutions, rather than debating the problems.”
The event will include a panel discussion with members of the local legislative delegation and the School Board to share the current state of our education system and ideas for how to move forward.
Please join us for this important discussion.
Community discussion will follow:
  • What questions do you have regarding education funding?
  • What can we do together as a community to address this challenge?
  • What are our actionable next steps?  
Saturday, February 11
9AM - 11AM
Edmunds Middle School Cafeteria
275 Main St.
Attending Legislators:
  • Sen. Phil Baruth (Chair of Education Committee),
  • Sen. Ginny Lyons (Ranking Member of Finance Committee),
  • Sen. Chris Pearson
  • Rep. Jill Krowinski,
  • Rep. Brian Cina,
  • Rep. Selene Colburn,
  • Rep. Carol Ode,
  • Rep. Mary Sullivan
  • Rep. Johannah Donovan,
  • Rep. Kurt Wright
January 31, 2017

Board Reflects on Governor Scott's Proposal of Level Funding for Education
Burlington, Vermont —On January 24th,Governor Scott released a proposed budget plan that included level-funding school budgets for 2017-18. Should the Governor's proposal be adopted by the legislature, it would result in a $3.2M reduction to the budget the Burlington School Board has approved for the Town Meeting Day ballot. 
Governor Scott's proposal comes at the tail end of a budget process that has taken Burlington residents and District staff months to complete. The Board is grateful for the thoughtful work that created a budget addressing key needs, and the Board hopes that the community will support that budget.
However, the Burlington School Board and District believe it is prudent and responsible to prepare for various possibilities. District staff are prepared so that the Board is in a position to respond to whatever directives may come from the legislature.

The Board shares the Governor's commitment to education quality and affordability. The Board's recent work on fiscal discipline and strategic planning are a testament to that commitment. The Board and local legislators will shortly announce an invitation to community members to strategize around advocacy and funding opportunities in support of our students.


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Parking in a Disabled Parking spot without proper tags or license plates, even for a couple minutes, will be reported to the police. 
We have many disabled children who need to come and go during the school day. 

When picking up or dropping off children, please park by the curb behind the SCHOOL BUS ONLY sign.  Thank-you!