Burns Park Elementary

Ann Arbor Public Schools

Burns Park Office 734-994-1919

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  • Welcome to Burns Park

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    Upcoming Events

    • Mon. June 12 : Two assemblies, after each assembly, students return to classroom to get yearbooks and slip on shirts.
      • 1. First Assembly, 2:00 - 2:20, for 3rd - 5th graders.
      • 2. Second Assembly, 2:30 - 2:50 for K - 2nd graders.
    • Tues. June 13 : FT - 1st Grades to Toledo Zoo
    • Fri. June 16 : End of School Year - Half Day for Students, Report cards go home


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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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