On Tuesday, the BOE held another business meeting and Burnt Mills had three (out of seven) of the public comment slots! Burnt Mills parents, Ray and Patti, and Burnt Mills community member, Dan, all testified to advocate for a new school building.
In addition, three individuals testified on behalf of South Lake Elementary School and mentioned/supported BMES as well. This is due to our partnership with AIM, Action in Montgomery, who is helping bring communities together and advocate for change.
See Ray’s testimony at minute 13, Dan at minute 15:50, and Patti at minute 26:20 via this video link.
Stay tuned for news on upcoming BOE meetings and opportunities to testify.
Friends of BMES, get your Burnt Mills Elementary School spirit wear today! Our fall sale includes t-shirts, long sleeve shirts and sweatshirts in youth and adult sizes. All items feature the Burnt Mills eagle – perfect for showing your Eagle pride and support of BMES! Students, remember to wear your spirit wear on Fridays.
Proceeds go to the BMES PTA, which in turn go right back to support programs at BMES. Together, we’re soaring to new heights! Sale ends on October 16th.
Click link below to go to sale:
Burnt Mills parents, Sergine and Mike, attended the BOE meeting on September 23rd to advocate for a new school building. See their testimony here at minute 42:
Another opportunity to testify or show your support on behalf of Burnt Mills is coming up on October 8th.
BMES families – we need volunteers to help with Kindergarten Orientation on April 26th to welcome new families and kindergarteners to Burnt Mills.
If you have a few hours or the whole day, please consider volunteering for Kindergarten Orientation on April 26th. Contact Mrs. Quimby at [email protected].