Tuesday, October 30, 2012
The School Department was told by NSTAR that power would be restore this morning.
Updated Oct. 30, 1:08 p.m. We have recieved information that the power has been restored to the school. Original Story: Students at Francis Wyman Elementary are learning without power today. According to a member of Superintendent Eric Conti's staff, who did not want to be named, the School Department decided to open after being told by NSTAR this morning that power would be restored early today. All Burlington Public Schools were under a 2-hour delay this morning because of the effects of Hurricane Sandy. However, there was an issue that delayed the restoration of power. The school representative said that as of an hour ago the issue had been identified and NSTAR is continuing to work on to restore power. Patch was told that the school …
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Click on your school to find when the school bus will arrive.
Burlington students are heading back to school tomorrow. While some will walk and others will be driven, many students will get on the big yellow bus to get them to school. We have assembled the 2011-12 bus schedules for each of the schools. Click on the school name below to find the bus schedule. Have a great first day!
Times and locations for buses heading to Francis Wyman.
Francis Wyman Elementary's 2011-12 Bus Schedule BUS #3 FWYMAN 8:12 CHADWICK & MAUDE GRAHAM 8:13 29 HILLTOP 8:14 HILLTOP & PINERIDGE 8:15 HILLTOP & HICKORY 8:16 HEMLOCK & JAMES 8:18 9 MARK 8:19 HOPE & JAMES 8:20 121 LEXINGTON ST 8:21 LEXINGTON & LAUREL HILL 8:22 LEXINGTON & SO. BEDFORD 8:22 LEXINGTON & BROWN 8:23 8 BROWN 8:24 BROWN & DEMOINE 8:25 17 SANDYBROOK BUS 4 FWYMAN 8:10 MEADOWVALE & CAREY 8:11 15 PAULSON 8:12 DOROTHY & PAULSON 8:13 PRINCETON & VISCO 8:14 PRINCETON & EVERGREEN 8:15 29 CRYSTAL 8:16 14 CRYSTAL 8:18 CAREY & MARION 8:23 MOHAWK & PINEWOLD 8:24 MOHAWK & VICTOR BUS #9 FWYMAN 8:10 66 BEDFORD 8:11 BEDFORD & MAUREEN 8:12 BEDFORD & MCCARTHY 8:13 FRANCIS WYMAN & BUCKMAN 8:14 FRANCIS WYMAN & …
Friday, June 3, 2011
Francis Wyman's 4/5th Grade Student Council raised over $240 to help Japanese residents affected by the recent earthquake and tsunami
“It’s an old legend,” fifth-grader Quentin Inglis of the student council at Francis Wyman Elementary explained. “If you make 1000 paper cranes, you get one wish.” The crane is one of the Japanese holy creatures, and it is said to live for a thousand years. The Japanese art of origami originated in the 17th century and further immortalized the crane in Japanese culture. But on Friday, March 11, 2011 an earthquake hit Japan – with a magnitude of 8.9, it was the largest Japan has ever seen – and it triggered an equally massive tsunami that left many coastal towns in ruins. “We heard about the earthquake in Japan,” Sydney Hildreth said. “We talked about it,” Michael Hayes added. They are both 5th grade members of the student council, as well, …