BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP MIDDLE SCHOOL
Monday – January 23, 2017
Today’s Lunch: Corn Dog Bites, “or” Bacon Cheese Burger on a Bun, Baked Beans and Sweet Potato Fries.
Today’s Clubs: Chamber Choir Practice until 4:00 with Mrs. Ferguson and a National Jr. Honor Society Meeting for Officers only with Mrs. Cryer in A108.
Nothing But Nets is back!!! The YSA will be sponsoring a Nothing But Nets Basketball Tournament during the month of February. Team registration will take place during all lunch periods beginning today through Friday. Teams must consist of a minimum of 5 players, with a maximum of 8 players. The cost is $2 per player. Please note that students must sign up as a team; students may not sign up individually. Teams may be all boys, all girls, or co-ed and any combination of grade level. We are allowing a maximum of 12 teams. This is on a first come, first serve basis so sign up early to assure a spot. Games will be held Thursday, February 9th and Thursday, February 16th with a championship on February 23rd.
The BTMS “Souper” Bowl of Caring food drive for 2017 will run today through Friday February 3rd. This is a competition between Spotlight Teams and the winner gets a pizza party! Students should give all donations to their homeroom teacher. The food drive benefits the Burlington Township Food Pantry.
Staff and Students: Check out the display located outside of the library called “Books We Love.” If you have a title of a book that you love and you would like to add it to the display, please see Ms. Rider in the Media Center.
Reminder to ALL students: If you are going home on the bus with another student, a bus note from both parents is needed. The notes should indicate bus number and also a telephone number to contact a parent to verify. Please bring bus notes to the office before going to homeroom.
Class Trip Information: Students who have cafeteria, library, unfinished info snap forms and other fines must be cleared in order to attend the class trip.
The Burlington Township School District will develop the intellectual, creative, and social potential of each child through an active partnership with all members of the community.