Please consider purchasing a Grand Raffle ticket to support the BEF. Your donation will help fund grant requests for creative and innovative curriculum enrichment programs.
Please order your tickets for Peter Pan early. They are sure to disappear quickly!
Burlington High School is pleased to announce that it will present Broadway’s timeless classic musical,Peter Pan. The performances will take place on March 24, 25, 31 and April 1 at 7:30 pm, and on April 2 at 2:00 pm, in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center of Burlington High School. Based on JM Barrie’s classic tale […]
We are extremely fortunate to have a group like the Burlington Education Foundation (BEF) supporting the efforts of our staff and students. Since it’s inception, the BEF has raised over a quarter of a million dollars to support innovative programs across all of our BPS classrooms. Check out the video below which shows how the “BEF is making a difference…One Grant at a Time.”
More importantly, check out the ways you can support this group with an annual membership and/or by participating in one of the upcoming BEF fundraisers. Don’t miss this Friday’s Trivia night!
BEF’s Annual Membership is just $20 Campaign
For more on becoming a BEF Member click here .
Recognize a staff member, student, or community member for making a difference in our classrooms with a STAR Award
13th Annual “Exercise For Education” 5K Road Race and Family Fun Run – May 21
BEF Grand Raffle Tickets – Over $6,000 in prizes
Thank you to the BEF’s 2016 Sponsors!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Assistant Superintendent Patrick Larkin has accepted the role of chair of the visiting team to Medway High School. The NEASC decennial evaluation of Medway High School will take place from March 19-22.
Founded in 1885, the New England Association is the oldest regional accreditation association in the country. The Association is a voluntary organization of approximately 2,000 public and independent schools, colleges and universities, and vocational, technical and career institutions. Of these, approximately 630 public schools have been accredited through the Association’s Commission on Public Schools which assists individual schools to improve the quality of education through a process of evaluation and accreditation.
Mr. Larkin will lead the review of various educational components of the school and will assist in the preparation of the final report of the Medway High School Evaluation. Mr. Larkin, a former member of the NEASC’s Commission for Public Secondary Schools, will be serving on his 10th visiting team, his seventh as a team chair.