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School begins at 7:55am and are released at 3:05pm

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Mango Jam
Keep Burlington Kids Hunger-Free This Summer!
(New Date!)
 
Burlington, Vermont –  Warm up to the Caribbean Zydeco beats of Burlington’s own Mango Jam, enjoy tasty local foods and hit the dance floor at a benefit concert to raise money for Burlington’s Summer Nutrition and Recreation Program! For one night only, Fletcher Free Library will transform into a hot spot for music and dance, with a cash bar and raffle to keep things moving throughout the evening. This event – the first of its kind – is presented by the Burlington Summer Meals Coalition, a group of local organizations working to keep Burlington kids healthy and learning when school is out. 100% of funds raised will support our youth through meals, programming and outreach this summer!
 
Join Our Jam
Saturday, May 30, 7-10PM
Fletcher Free Library
 
$25/person
Purchase tickets at:
Flynn Center Box Office, flynntix.org or (802) 86-FLYNN
Burlington School Food Project Office, 52 Institute Road
Fletcher Free Library, 235 College St.
Burlington Parks and Recreation, 645 Pine St.  
May 9 at Kids Day on the Waterfront, Battery Park
 
Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger commented: “The City of Burlington is committed to ensuring that all children have access to nutritious summer meals and recreational opportunities. During the summer of 2014, Burlington School Food Project, in partnership with Burlington Parks and Recreation and other community organizations, provided meals and activity programming for approximately 2,000 children at 17 sites around the City. The ‘Join our Jam’ Benefit raises funds to expand summer nutrition and recreational programming. This summer, the Burlington Summer Meals Coalition is determined to reach 100% of Burlington children in need.” 
Please join us on May 30th!
Imagine if you woke up one day and couldn't wiggle your toes...
 
Join us for an evening with national speaker
KEVIN BROOKS
To Impact. To Motivate. To Inspire. 
 
Thursday, April 30th
6:30-8:30 PM 
Burlington High School 
 
 
Tired of hearing your kids say “Fine.” when you ask how was their day? 
 
On April 30th, students at Burlington High School and Hunt Middle School will be inspired by Kevin Brooks tragic and powerful story during school assemblies. Parents, caregivers and community members are invited to a FREE YOUPARENT SPONSORED PRESENTATION that evening to hear what your children learned AND how to talk to them about it.
 
KEVIN’S STORY: Fueled by a deadly combination of alcohol and that “it will never happen to me attitude”, Kevin drove away from a party intoxicated and speeding with a friend beside him. His story about how a tragic crash left him paralyzed from the chest down will focus on: 
·  Impaired, distracted and dangerous driving
·  Suicide prevention, self harm and depression
·  Bullying, relationships, forgiveness
·  Decision making and peer pressure
·  Leadership and creating positive change
If you have questions about the event please contact Mariah Sanderson at 802.652.0997 or mariah@burlingtonpartnership.org
Please help us spread the word about this free event by forwarding this email to your contacts or printing and posting the attached flyer! Thank you! 
 
This event is part of the Burlington Partnership for a Healthy Community YouParent program. To learn more go to www.youparent.info.  
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Congratulations to our Jr. Iron Chef Team
Thanks for representing Hunt Middle School!


 


HMS TALENT SHOW
APRIL 17TH




AUDITIONS BEGIN WEDNESDAY APRIL 1ST
GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER AND SIGN UP FOR AN 
AUDITION TODAY,  SIGN-UPS ARE BY THE CAFETERIA.



YEARBOOKS ON SALE FROM MARCH 30 - APRIL 9
GET YOURS TODAY
ALL YEARBOOKS MUST BE PREPAID

NO EXTRAS WILL BE ORDERED.
Cash or Check made out to "Hunt Middle School".


 



GREAT JOB TO THE CAST, CREW,
VOLUNTEERS, AND STAFF !


 

 

Hunt Kids show off their Science Projects for 
WCAX in a program called
Students Succeed Despite Lack of National Residency Programs

 
SPEAKING OF SCIENCE! 

Each student in 7th and 8th grade science classes was asked to choose a healthrelated topic to become an expert on.  In addition, they were asked to share their findings with a specific community that they belong to.  The idea behind this type of project is to give back to the community in some way, and in this case, by sharing information to help keep people healthy! Many of the projects are share on this site, organized by team.
 
In addition to the work you will see here, many students created brochures, posters, children's books, and board games that they have shared with various communities.  Please take the time to look through the student work from each team!

http://huntmiddleschool.wix.com/scienceprojects​
 

 

March Parent Teacher Conferences
Please sign up at http://ptcfast.com/schools/hunt_middle​
If you have problems with the website you can email Mrs. Barcomb at tbarcomb@bsdvt.org
or call Guidance at 802-864-8470.
CCTA Letter to Parents
CCTA is ready to provide transportation for your student(s) to and from school during the 2014-15 school year.  Our priority is safety.  To ensure the safe travel of all students, we are sharing the safety practices used by CCTA drivers when transporting passengers.  Please review this information together with your student(s) to help us to ensure the safety of all who travel with CCTA.
 
When Middle and High School students show their ID to the driver, they are able to ride the bus from 6:00am to 7:00pm, Mondays through Fridays, but only when school is in session.  Without their ID, the cost of a ride is .60 cents.
 
Be safe:
  • Remain seated, facing forward
  • Listen to the bus driver
  • Walk to the bus
Be Respectful:
  • Keep hands, feet, objects to self
  • Follow directions
  • Thank driver when exiting
Be Responsible:
  • Use inside voice
  • Keep belongings in your backpack/keep backpack on your lap or under the seat
  • Be a model for other students
 If there is inappropriate conduct, the following steps will be taken:
 Offense #1:       
Student will be verbally warned by the driver.  Parent/School official will be notified.
  
Offense #2:       
Student will be suspended from riding the bus for a period of 1 to 5 days based on the
severity of the offense.  Parent/School official will be notified.

Offense #3:       
Student will be suspended from riding the bus for the remainder of the school year.  Parent/School official will be notified.

EXCEPTIONS -­‐   Fighting, rough housing, name calling, and inappropriate language and violent behavior toward others is not allowed nor is use of tobacco, alcohol, or illegal drugs.  Vandalism of CCTA property is prohibited.  Any offense of these sorts will result in permanent suspension from riding the bus.
 
Thank you for helping CCTA serve all of our passengers safely.  If you have questions about CCTA please call (802) 864-­‐2282 or visit CCTA online at  www.cctaride.org.  Thank you for riding with CCTA!