2017-2018 PRESCHOOL REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
Click the ‘Registration’ tab at the top of the page to register your preschooler for the 2017-2018 school year! Registration must be done online – paper applications will not be accepted.
Once you have competed the online registration, all required documents (birth certificate, immunizations, and all proof of residency) can be mailed or dropped-off to: 150 Colchester Ave, Burlington, VT 05401, attn: Essential Early Education. Or they can be scanned and emailed to email@example.com.
Please note: Registering your child does not guarantee them placement at a BSD Preschool. Families will be notified of their child’s status, via mail, by the end of this school year.
The registration process is the same for those applying for Act 166 funds at an outside preschool program - select 'Community Partner Program (Act 166) as your school choice, then select your program from the drop-down (if your program is not listed select 'other' and type your programs name in the space provided).
If you do not have access to a computer or need assistance you may stop by your neighborhood school where they can give you access to a computer and help you, as needed, with any questions. Families completing registration forms should bring 1) a copy of their child’s birth certificate or other proof of age, 2) a copy of their immunization records, and 3) proof of residency.
If you have any further questions about preschool within the BSD schools or Act 166, please contact Aryn at 802-864-8463 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017-2018 PRESCHOOL REGISTRATION
Preschool Registration for the 2017-2018 school year
Burlington Schools Safety Survey
BSD Safety Letter
Burlington Schools Safety Survey
Following the recent shootings in Newtown, Connecticut, Burlington Schools met with the Burlington Police and Fire Departments to revisit our safety protocols and conduct a security audit of our school facilities. In addition to these proactive plans, we are assessing our physical plants and determining necessary changes. We are working to develop a plan for Board consideration.
That is where we would appreciate your help. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey (link below) about the safety and security at your child’s school. Your feedback will help us develop a list of recommendations and improvements in the current school year, along with budgeting for other changes going forward. The survey will remain open until February 1st.
Nothing is more important than our students' safety. Please know that we will do everything we can to ensure their well-being.
January 1, 2013
Dear parents and guardians:
As students return, I want to update you as to the safety planning in the Burlington Schools.
Following the recent shootings in CT, Burlington Schools met with Burlington Police and Fire and revisited our safety protocols. Much of what is recommended is already in place in Burlington: the use of identification in the buildings, locking all but one door at each school during the school day, monthly planning meetings at the school and district levels to be as prepared as possible for safety incidents that may occur, regular lockdown and evacuation drills, and on some campuses such as BHS, cameras to help us monitor hard to see places.
In addition to these proactive plans, we are assessing our physical plants and determining priority need for changes to be made. At the top of our list are Edmunds Elementary, where the office is on the 2nd floor, Champlain Elementary where the office cannot see the front door, and BHS, where there are many entrances. We will be working to develop a plan for facility safety improvements and will be sharing these plans with the Board in the next month or so. We anticipate making some changes in the current school year and budgeting for other changes going forward.
We all care deeply about your children – our students. All Burlington schools have a well-earned reputation of being student-centered. Nothing is more at the center of our hearts and minds than our students' safety. Please know that we will do everything we can to ensure their safety.
The Burlington Essential Early Education Program
The Burlington Essential Early Education Program offers a preschool program for children between the ages of 3 to 5 years of age. Our preschool classrooms are specifically designed to provide a rich pre-school experience for all children and follows the
If you are interested in your child being considered as a peer model, please contact:
The mission of the Burlington Early Education Program (BEEP) is to provide high quality, play-based early education in a variety of settings in our community. Within these settings, that include all learners, we also provide assessment and special education services for eligible children. We are committed to supporting the growth and development of young children and their families through home, school and community collaboration.