BES  719-346-8166    BMS  719-346-5440     BHS  719-346-8455     

Upcoming sporting events:               

Saturday, February 28

BHS District Basketball @ Vista Peak High School, Aurora

Depart- TBA

11:00 AM- Girl’s 3rd Place Game

12:30 PM- Boy’s 3rd Place Game

2:00 PM- Girl’s 1st Place Game

3:30 PM- Boy’s 1st Place Game

BMS “A” Basketball Tourney @ Wray- 8:00 AM

Depart- 6:20 AM

Friday, March 6

Regional Basketball @ Mullen and Sheridan High School – Denver

Game Times

4:00 PM

5:30 PM

7:00 PM

8:30 PM

Dismiss- TBA

Depart- TBA

Saturday, March 7

Regional Basketball @ Mullen High School – Denver

Game Times

2:00 PM

3:30 PM

5:00 PM

6:30 PM

Depart- TBA


Policy File: JFCG

Tobacco Use by Students

Smoking and chewing of tobacco products by students while in school, or under the school’s jurisdiction during an activity, or while participating in or attending a school-sponsored event is prohibited. 


Definition of smoking: 

“Smoking” means the burning of, inhaling from, exhaling the smoke from, or the possession of a lighted cigar, cigarette, pipe, hookah pen, or any other matter that can be smoked, including the use of smokeless tobacco and snuff, or the inhaling or exhaling of smoke or vapor from an electronic smoking device.

For decades we have warned our students about the dangers of smoking, but there’s a new trend attracting kids and it has the potential to be just as addictive.  Hookah pens (electronic hookah sticks), e-cigarettes, and other electronic vapor smoking devices are being sold in many gas stations and small businesses all over the country.  They can also be purchased on the internet.  The selling of the pens to anyone under 18 is prohibited.

Hookah pens were put on the market in the last several years and are just another version of e-cigarettes that may, or may not have nicotine in them.  They are about the size of a student’s pen.  The pens come in a variety of fruity flavors, are offered in an array of colors and are an experience very much like smoking.    

Burlington Public Schools would like to make sure that students and parents are aware of the risks of using the devices.  Additionally, Burlington Public Schools are not the place for these pens, regardless of whether they do, or do not contain nicotine. 

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March 2-4: BES Book Fair in the Library

March 3: Dr. Seuss Family Night (schedule coming soon!)

March 5: 2nd-3rd grade musical at BHS auditorium at 6:00 p.m.

March 6:  Middle School Science Fair

March 9-12: CMAS English Language Arts testing for 3rd-4th grade students

March 17-19: CMAS Math testing for 3rd-4th grade students

March 11-13 and 16-19:  PARCC Assessment at Middle School

March 11-18: PARCC Assessment at the High School

March 19: Kindergarten-1st grade musical at BHS auditorium at 6:00 p.m.

March 23-27: Spring Break/No School

April 3 and 6: No School

April 9:  Bent’s Fort trip with 5th grade

April 10: Welcome to Kindergarten (no school for current kindergarten students)

April 10-12: BHS Play in the auditorium 7 pm, 7 pm, and 2 pm

April 16-17: Lifetouch Class Pictures at BES

April 18th:    BHS Prom 7 pm

April 21: 4th grade music and movement program at BHS gym at 6:00 p.m.

April 22: BHS State ACT

April 23-27: State FBLA @ Vail

April 27:  Six-Appeal Acapella Group assembly

April 28:  Science Fair Judging at BES

April 29:  AgFest at Stratton for 6th grade

May 5: BHS Spring Concert

May 7:  Rural Ameritowne Field Trip for 6th grade

May 11: BMS Spring Concert

May 12: BHS Awards Night 7 pm

May 13: BHS Baccalaureate 7 pm

                BHS Chapel 2 pm

                BHS NHS 5:30 pm

May 17: BHS Graduation 2 pm

May 18:  Eighth Grade Promotion

May 20: Last day of school


Just a reminder that School Breakfast is always free!

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