Burns Park Elementary

Ann Arbor Public Schools

Burns Park Office 734-994-1919

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Burns Park Upcoming Events and Calendar

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  • Welcome to Burns Park

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    Upcoming Events

    • Spring Break is the week after next, from April 3rd through the 7th
    • March is Reading Month - Our theme this year is "Laugh Out Loud with Books".
      • Read-a-thon, is this Friday the 31st!  We need volunteers (1:15p-2:30p)
      • Online Book Fair begins on the 13th!
        • 1 Go to www.childrensbookstore.com
        • 2 Click “Find My Book Fair” and enter our unique code: bpbooks
        • 3 Shop for the books you can’t wait to read.
        • 4 Books will be shipped directly to you.
    • Science Olympiad practices - Thursday and Friday, March 30 and 31.
    • The Last, All-Ages Movie Night of the Year, Tales of Despereaux.

      Please join us this Friday, March 31st, from 630-830, in the auditorium.

    • Disability Awareness Workshop - Tuesday, April 11th


    Burns Park Lunch Schedule

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    To foster academic achievement in a safe and nurturing environment which develops responsible citizenship, a positive self-image, creativity, sensitivity to others and multi-cultural awareness.







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