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Title I Parent Survey Online Survey

May, 2018

Federal support for education comes to our school in several ways.  One type of support is through Title I funds.  Title I funding supports our school in multiple ways including: reading and math programs, interventions, technology for our students and smaller teacher to student ratios.  In addition, Title I helps to support parent engagement and family activities at our school, such as the BES Curriculum Night, One to One Reading, and BES Family Nights.

Each year we evaluate our growth as a school academically, and in relation to the services we provide for our students and families.   To assist us in the process of improving our family / school relationships and programs, we would like your feedback. We ask you to complete the following short survey, using the attached google document. 

Thank you in advance for your time and support.  

Burlington Elementary School

Online Survey Link

Printable Survey

Drama Camp for Students with Special Needs drama

Boone County Schools will partner with the Lexington Children’s Theater to create a “Magical Journey.” Students will use their imagination and creativity to express themselves with grace and beauty through multiple artistic disciplines.  Working with Peer Tutors, Boone County Teachers and Para Educators, and the Shooting Stars Youth Theatre, students will showcase their individuality with a performance for family and friends on Saturday.    

Last Day Of School last day

The last day of school for students is May 25th!

Sign up here! TALENT SHOW
Grand Slam Family Game Night Baseball
Maker Expo maker expo

The World Maker & Inventor Expo is a celebration of making, inventing, problem solving and innovation with robotics, 3D printing, drones, aerospace, coding, micro-computing, CSI, Arduino, graphic design, engineering and much more. The family-friendly expo will feature projects and programs from over 100 schools, universities, companies, and organizations in the greater Cincinnati-northern Kentucky regions. Enjoy workshops and competitions, including drone relays, 3D design, outlaw derby races, as well as delicious pies, fries, kabobs, sandwiches, waffles and shaved ice from area food trucks!

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Who's Your Hero 5K Who's Your Hero 5K!
International Festival - Date Change International Fest

The Boone County Schools International Festival has been postponed and is now coming up on May 5th.  It is being held at Mann Elementary from 11:00am until 3:00pm.  Addmission is free and there will be plenty of activities for the entire family!

School Resource Officers For Elementary Schools SRO's

Boone County Schools and the Boone County Sheriff's Office are pleased to announce that Boone County Sheriff's Deputies will be manning the elementary schools in the upcoming school year.

Boone County Schools Superintendent Dr. Randy Poe, Walton Verona Independent School District Superintendent Robert Storer, Judge-Executive Gary Moore, Commissioners Cathy Flaig, Charles Kenner, Charlie Walton & Sheriff Michael A. Helmig worked harmoniously to develop a plan to equip every Boone County public elementary school with a school resource officer for the 2018-2019 school year.

Boone County Schools App app

Boone County Schools now has its own app! Just search "Boone County Schools" in the App Store or the Google Play Store. After downloading, you can go into the user settings and customize which schools you wish to follow on the app.

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Additional School Resource Officers logo

In light of the Florida and Marshall County, Kentucky school tragedies, Superintendent Dr. Randy Poe working in collaboration with the Boone County Sheriff’s Department is adding additional School Resource Officers (SRO’s) to the district’s elementary schools. 

Boone County Schools Statement on Copy-Cat Threats logo

Boone County Schools is one of many school districts across the country that is being subjected to copy- cat threats of the school tragedy in Florida.  We are working with local authorities as they investigate a recent rash of rumors and threats on our campuses.  Student suspects in each of the cases were immediately identified and apprehended.  They were charged by local authorities and disciplined by their schools.   In each case a thorough investigation was conducted by the school district and authorities.  No student or staff member was ever in danger. Confidentiality laws prevent Boone County Schools from talking about the persons involved or the specifics of the incidents. Boone County Schools will continue to remain on alert, following our safety protocols and working with the Boone County Sheriff’s Department and Florence Police as future issues arise.

Take Action! School Budget Cuts
Kindergarten Registration Information - Updated kindergarten registration

Kindergarten Registration Information with update times.

December Family Fun Night Ideas Winter Fun
Early Childhood Learning my pre k
Kentucky Immunization Requirements doctor
Giving Tree Giving Tree

Our annual Giving Tree program to assist students and families in need of gifts and clothing has started.  We are askin gfor your help to make sure these children have a happy holiday.  You can make wishes come true by choosing a student ornament from the tree and purchasing items from their list. 

Our tree is on display now in the parent pick up lobby.  You can stop by and chose a child's ornament any time the school building is open.  If you are unable to do this, but would still like to help, we would gladly accept monetary donations and will have Santa's helpers on hand to shop for the children. 

Please consider helping this year.  Your contribution can be used as a tax deduction and we will gladly provide you with a donation reciept that you can use at tax time. 

if you need more information or have questions, please contact Jennifer Hater, Family Resource Coordinator at 859-334-4447. 


Unwrapped gifts are due to school by December 8. 

Spirit Wear Sale Spirit Wear Megaphone

“Spirit Wear Sale begins today.  There are lots of choices with something for everyone.  Show your school spirit by ordering using this link:  https://burlingtonelementarypto2017.itemorder.com/sale

This is an online sale only.  All orders must be placed through the link provided.  The sale will take place until November 19.  Orders will be sent home with students during the week of December 11.  If you do not want your spirit wear to be sent home with your student, you must e-mail megangolson@hotmail.com by December 11 to make arrangements to pick it up.  Please put Spirit Wear in the subject line.”


3rd Grade Night of Service Video Volunteer

Click here to view a short video from the 3rd Grade Night of Service!

Inclement Weather Information Inclement Weather Information

Unpredictable winter weather may necessitate Boone County Schools to alter daily schedules or routines within the district.  To be prepared please make sure your child’s school has up-to-date phone numbers and emergency contacts for your family.  Also, have child-care arrangements already in place should the need arise to close school early, delay or cancel school.

Boone County Schools have a great team working tirelessly to make decisions on closing or delaying school, always keeping the safety of our students as the top priority.  As early as 3:00 a.m., if snow, freezing rain, sleet or other dangerous precipitation presents our Director of Transportation and Assistant Superintendent for Operations set out to inspect the road conditions. They drive designated routes, checking the roadways that are typically the most dangerous when snow covered.  The team considers safe travel not only on streets but sidewalks, parking lots, and  driveways.  Other conditions to consider include the outside temperature, wind chill factor and the amount of precipitation fallen or falling. The Assistant Superintendent for Operations contacts the county public works department to check on road clearing progress.  Once enough information is gathered and shared with the Superintendent the team focuses on one question:  Would you feel safe transporting students in a school bus in the current or predicted conditions?

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S.T.E.M. Fundraiser Chipotle Fundraiser

Cause an Effect Chipotle Flyer


Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support Burlington Elementary - S.T.E.M. Robotics.  Come in to the Chipotle at 1803 Patrick Drive in Burlington on Wednesday, November 8th between 4:00pm and 8:00pm.  Bring your flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Burlington Elementary - S.T.E.M. Robotics. 

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5th Grade Thriller Dance Halloween Dance Header

The 5th grade classes have spent the last rotation of special area classes learning a dance.  We are proud of them for doing so well.  Click here to view their thrilling moves. 

Sign Up For A Conference Parent Teacher Conferences



Parent Teacher conferences are being held at school on Novermber 2nd and 7th from 4-7.  Click here to schedule a conference

New Website New Website

We just launched an updated website.  Please be patient as we work to get things updated. 

Digital Citizenship and Social Media Kindness

digital citizenshipOur Health and Wellness committee has declared September Social Media Kindness Month.  Click here for some parenting tips they created on social media.  The past few weeks every student in grades 1-5 have been participating in lessons and activities in their Technology special area class to teach them about digital citizenship.  Topics covered include cyber bullying, appropriate sharing online, copyright, meeting people offline, chatting, netiquette, digital footprints, etc.  Resources from Netsmartz Kids and Digital Passport are both being used.  There are many videos on YouTube from Common Sense Education and others with great information.  Netsmartz has curriculum and information for parents, teachers, and students of all ages.  Help your kids be safer online, and offline too. 

2017-2018 District Calendar Calendar