Parent Information

2018 Student Line up Doors

  • Plaza Doors: 3rd Grade, Miss Posey, and Mrs. Jakab
  • 5th Grade Doors: 5th Grade and Mrs. Martin
  • Playground Doors: 1st and 2nd Grade
  • Nadine Doors: 4th Grade
  • Tube Doors: Ms. Williams, Miss Emery and Mrs. Fox

 

2018-2019 Picture Day

Picture day information will also be included in the paperless packet. 

Picture day will be on September 5, 2018.

The online prepay code will not be available until July 31st, 2018 to place orders.
Starting July 31st, orders can be placed online at https://preorder.kaiserstudio.com   Prepay Code is: Burton2018

See the flyer for details. 

If you wish to purchase pictures by sending in cash or a check please send it in along with the order form on picture day. Pre-printed order envelopes will not be distributed. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lunch Cost and Times

Lunch at Burton - Cost

Full price lunch $2.85
Reduced price* lunch $.40
ala cart Milk $.65

PDF DocumentExtra Pizza Slice
PDF DocumentLunchroom Rules
External LinkOnline Lunch Accounts

Lunch Times

First Lunch
11-11:25am - Grades 1 & 2 - Eat
11:25-11:45 Grades 1 & 2 - Recess

Second Lunch
11:30-11:55 - Grades 3, 4 & 5 -Eat
11:55 - 12:15 Grades 3, 4 & 5 -Recess

Third Lunch
12:00-12:25 TK & Kindergarten - Eat
12:25-12:45 TK & Kindergarten - Recess

For detailed lunch information, please visit the Berkley Schools Food Services website at the link below.  You will find complete information regarding food service payments and the Free & Reduced Lunch Program.

External LinkBerkley Schools Food Services Website

3rd Grade Reading Law

3rd Grade Reading Law - What you need to know

In 2016, the Michigan Legislature passed the Third Grade Reading Law in an effort to ensure that students exit 3rd grade reading at or above grade level.  The law will impact the 2017/2018 transitional kindergarten (TK), kindergarten, and 1st grade students by the time they are in 3rd grade. In accordance with this law, we will continue to conduct reading assessments with TK – 3rd grade students. These assessments will identify students who need intensive reading instruction and intervention and will also provide useful information to help teachers tailor instruction to meet individual student needs.

Visit the District's Curriculum page to see a letter from Scott Francis, Director of Curriculum, Technology, Assessment and Grants, DIBELS facts for parents, a Parent Guide to Public Act 306 and the District's Read at Home Plan for Student Success.

Message from Ms. Krehbiel

  • Burton is in a good place because of the assessments we have been using and the interventions and procedures that we have had in place for many years now.
  • A District 3rd Grade Reading Law committee has been formed to ensure that we comply with the law while continuing to do what is best for children. This committee will also play a large role in determining how our individual Reading Plans are developed, for those students who need them.
  • We will continue to use Fountas & Pinnell as our diagnostic reading assessment.
  • DIBELS (Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills) will be used as a screener assessment, three times per year, to help us determine which students are in need of additional support in reading. This will be done in grades TK‐3. DIBELS are a set of procedures and measurements for assessing the acquisition of early literacy skills. They are designed to be short (one minute) fluency measures used to regularly monitor the development of early literacy and early reading skills.
  • Our assessments are scheduled to be completed by October 24th.
  • Berkley has hired an ELA coach who will be working in collaboration with teachers in all of our elementary buildings.
  • All parents can look forward to reviewing a letter from Scott Francis, Director of Curriculum and Technology, explaining the law and Reading Plans.  This should be arriving in the next few weeks.
  • At parent –teacher conferences, on October 25th and 26th, teachers will share reading assessment results and Reading Plans.

5th Grade Camp Information

You can now make 5th grade camp payments online!

INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING CAMP PAYMENTS

  1. Log into Family Access
  2. If you have more than one child, be sure to click on your 5th grade student
  3. Click on the Fee Management tab
  4. Click on Add a Fee (You only have to do this one time, once the fee is added to your child’s account, you only need click on Make a Payment)
  5. Select (Angell, Burton, Rogers, Norup, Pattengill) Camp
  6. Click on the Back Button in the top right corner
  7. The Camp Fee will now be listed in your Fees
  8. Select Make a Payment
  9. You will be directed out of Family Access to the RevTrak site to make your payment
  10. Select Purchase Fees
  11. Add the amount of the camp payment you wish to pay in the bottom right corner.
  12. Select the button Add Selected to Cart next to your 5th grade student’s name
  13. Follow the instructions on the site to complete the payment.

Allergy & Medication Forms

Find medication forms and learn more about staying healthy on the Student Health & Medication section on the District's Parent page.

Family Access

Access your child's student information, grade book, attendance, and immunization records in Family Access.

Volunteer

Parents are encourage to volunteer in classrooms, chaperone field trips, and be a volunteer driver. In order to volunteer, all parents volunteering in the classroom or during school sponsored functions or field trip must complete the Volunteer Release Form prior to any activities.  Parents driving or chapperoning a field trip must have the Volunteer Driver Form and Chapperone Responsibility Form completed in addition to the Volunteer Release Form.  All forms can be found on the District Volunteer/Chaperone page.

Health Reminders

I need to stay home if...I have a fever-Temperature of 100 degrees or higher. I am ready to come back to school when Fever free for at least 24 hours without fever reducing medication (i.e. tylenol, motrin). I am vomiting -Within the last 24 hours. Ready to come back when vomiting free for 24 hours and have eaten 2 solid meals without vomiting. I have Diarrhea -Within the last 24 hours. I am ready to come back when free from Diarrhea for at least 24 hours. I have a rash - undiagnosed itchy rash. Ready to come back when free from rash and evaluated by a doctor with a note. I have head lice - evidence of live lice or nits. Ready to return when treated and no remaining lice or nits. Must be seen by office berfore returning. Eye Infection -Redness, Itching and/or crusty drainage. Ready to return when evaluated by a doctor and provide a doctor note. Been to the hospital - Hospital or ER visit. Ready to return when released by medical provider to return to school. Provide doctor note.

Immunizations

MI law has required all students to be up-to-date with required immunizations ON or BEFORE the first day of school, 9/4/18. Your student may be excluded if they are not up-to-date.

All medical waivers must come from your child’s physician. Any religious or philosophical waivers will be issued by the Oakland County Health Department after parents have attended an educational session given by the local health department.

Schools are no longer able to issue waivers.

You may schedule an appointment for waiver Education online at www.oakgov.com/health or phone the Nurse on Call at 1-800-848-5533. Appointments are limited and scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Make your appointment early!

For more information visit the Oakland County Health site.

Head Lice Prevention & Treatment Information

Schools of Choice

The Berkley Board of Education has approved Schools of Choice slots for the 2017-18 school year. Learn more details about the number of slots, grades and timelines on the Schools of Choice website.

Additional School Information

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