3rd Grade Supports Empty Bowls and Food Bank of CNY

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The evening of Wednesday, April 10th brought Burton Street’s third grade students and their families together in a way that was memorable and beneficial for all. The event was called “Empty Bowls” and all proceeds benefited The Food Bank of CNY.

The students created clay bowls in Art Class, under Miss Eryn Kelly’s guidance, which served as a visual symbol of all of the bowls that exist both locally and globally that are not able to be filled (easily or at all). While producing the bowls, students discussed the plight that many people face, and how even just one dollar can help to feed many people.

In Music Class, with Mrs. Victoria Johnson’s guidance, students learned a variety of music to perform at the Empty Bowls Event. Throughout the several weeks they spent working towards this end goal, students learned the power that music and “their own individual voices” have in uniting people and how they can use them for the greater good.

Students brought their families in to experience a night filled with joy, enrichment, beautiful artwork and music, and delicious soup that was very graciously donated by both The Brewster Inn and The Lincklaen House. Truly, the event would not have been a success without the generosity of those businesses. Students and staff could be heard raving about the delicious tastes for days afterwards.

The event was able to raise $1,492.00 for The Food Bank of CNY. Burton Street is so grateful to those who donated, were able to attend to show support for our students, to the High School volunteers who helped as “wait staff” and to the staff here along with Mrs. MacIntosh for their help and support in making the evening a success.

Kindergarten Registration for 2019-2020

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Kindergarten registration in the Cazenovia Central School District is scheduled for Monday, March 11 through Thursday, March 14 from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. (no appointment necessary). There will also be a limited number of evening appointments available on Tuesday, March 12 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. by appointment only (first come, first serve basis) for those parents who cannot make it during the regular daytime registration hours. Tuesday evening appointments may be made by calling Mrs. Richer in the Burton Street Office at (315) 655-1325. New York State mandated screening will be scheduled during registration. New entrants must be 5 years old on or before December 1, 2019. Parents should bring the child’s proof of age (birth certificate or passport) and proof of residency (driver’s license, rental agreement, utility bill, etc.) to registration. In the case of a child living with only one parent, a copy of the custody agreement is requested stating which parent has primary physical custody of the child. Certified immunization records to-date are also required at registration. For students whose names appear on the school census, the necessary forms will be mailed out the last week of February. Parents who have not received forms and have an eligible child are asked to call Mrs. Richer as soon as possible at (315) 655-1325. Any parent who has a child eligible to attend kindergarten and is not planning to enter the child in kindergarten for the 2019-2020 school year is also asked to call Mrs. Richer.

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