Friday, April 28, 2017

Special Olympics


Congratulations to all our athletes and their buddies for their amazing work yesterday at the Special Olympics!

Students of the Week



Students of the Week: Mykah Lourie, Will Brady, Crystal Ssenyonga, Cameron Simeone, and Austin Ajai

Congratulations to Mykah Lourie, Will Brady, Crystal Ssenyonga, Cameron Simeone, and Austin Ajai. Mykah, Will, Crystal, Cameron, and Austin have done great work showing appropriate, safe and kind behavior (ASK). Thank you for being role models!

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Bridges Program 2017


Thank you to all the volunteers who came to the first day of the Bridges Program this year!


The Bridges: Growing Older, Growing Together Program (Bridges) is an award wining program that has older adults and elementary students working together.  Also, it allows for both age groups to gain knowledge from each other.  The program also helps us expand our Pine Glen Community through understanding and respect of all members of our community.  The program is built upon educational best practices.  

Special Olympics

Good luck to our athletes and their buddies today at the Special Olympics! Thank you to Officer Sheppard and Officer Schipelliti for the official escort to the games!

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Special Olympics

We are very excited to have athletes and sponsors from Pine Glen Elementary School participating in the Special Olympics tomorrow. We honored our athletes today at Pine Glen to cheer them on before the games. Chief Kent and several officers from the Burlington Police Department joined in the celebration. We had 8 police cruisers in front of the building to help with the send off too. Best of luck at the games!

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Police Ride to School

Caden Cooper won the raffle prize at the Pine Glen Carnival to have a police ride to school. He invited some of his friends to join him. Officer Sheppard arrived this morning with Caden and his friends with the lights on and the boys enjoyed the ride.

Glenn Miller concert

Monday, April 24, 2017

Teacher Appreciation Week

Teacher Appreciation Week is May 1st-May 5th!
We need your help to show our Pine Glen
teachers and staff how much they mean to us!
On Monday May 1st the PTO is hosting breakfast for the teachers and staff at Pine Glen. We would appreciate your support by bringing breakfast items to school between 7:10-7:45am.
On Wednesday May 3rd the PTO is hosting lunch for the teachers and staff.  The PTO will purchase the main dishes but we would appreciate other assorted food donations be delivered to school between 8:00-10:00am.


Please go to the Pine Glen PTO web site to sign up for food donations and for volunteer help. Our online signup sheet can be found at:   


You will receive an email reminder through the SignUpGenius website (3) three days before the event reminding you what you signed up for. 
If you would prefer to make a monetary contribution that will help us purchase what is needed, please go to the PTO blog and make a donation via PayPal.




Thank you so much for your support!!


-Teacher Appreciation Committee




Questions? Interested in Joining the Teacher Appreciation Committee? Contact: pineglenelementarypto@gmail.com


Stay Connected: http://pineglenpto.org/|  | PineGlenElementaryPTO@gmail.com

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Student of the Week

Student of the Week: Sarah Gemelli

Congratulations to Sarah Gemelli. Sarah has done great work showing appropriate, safe, and kind behavior (ASK). Thank you for being a role model!

5 Star Generals

Congratulations to all our 5 Star Generals!

The Pine Glen Reading Corps is a program designed to encourage children to read on their own time. Students complete a chart recording their reading and bring it into school. Once students complete enough charts and move through the 14 ranks they become a 5 Star General. Students have their name announced over the intercom system, receive a certificate and a prize. This program has been in place at Pine Glen Elementary School for over 35 years. Thank you very much to the PTO for their continued commitment to funding this great program!

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

BPS Parent University

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Burlington Public Schools are proud to host Burlington’s first Parent University!  Parents of students grades K-12 will have the opportunity at this free event to attend workshops and interact with education and health professionals regarding a variety of topics including:
  • The Adolescent Brain
  • Building Understanding in Our Community
  • Healthy Habits 101
  • Understanding and Helping My Child with Homework
  • Understanding the Common App and Naviance
  • Youth Risk Behavior Survey:  Results and Analysis
  • Mindfulness 101
  • Navigating Athletics:  Middle School to High School, From Youth to AAU
  • Safety and Self Defense - Burlington Police Department
  • Stress and Anxiety:  The Impact on Our Students and Helpful Coping Strategies
  • The Parenting Journey
Join us on Saturday, April 29 at Burlington High School from 8:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. for this first time event. Complimentary childcare will be provided for registered parents - please note that childcare registration is mandatory to take advantage of this offering.  
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Registration for the event is now open and can be found by visiting the
Parent University website:  https://bpsparentuniversity.wordpress.com/

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Career Dress Up Day 2017























As a Hoot all school reward we had Dream Career Day. Students could come to school dressed up as their dream career. Staff dressed up as a possible careers they would have if not in education.