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 By Dylan Hurst    Local    April 15, 2022

Exciting changes with the passing of school bond

Burlington recently passed a school bond for 10.485 million big ones. Our school has been trying to pass this for a few years and I feel that it is something the school, community, and students need. Covid had a big impact on how the students felt...

 
 By Dylan Hurst    Local    March 25, 2022

Burlington School News: Robotics, Rube Goldberg and rubber bands

Robotics teacher Jennifer Newlin and ten of her robotics students attended the Engineering Fair at the Oklahoma Science Museum on Wednesday, March 23. Mrs. Newlin has been taking willing kids to the... Full story

 
 By Dylan Hurst    Local    February 18, 2022

Burlington classrooms receive new technology

In July of 2021, 20 new Promethean boards were ordered for Burlington schools with the intent of having them by fall. Unfortunately, due to the major supply chain issues, they were not delivered and...

 
 By Dylan Hurst    Local    January 21, 2022

Burlington Family and Consumer Science spring project

Every spring Mrs. Elliott's Family and Consumer Science (FACS) class learns to make quilts. Mrs. Elliot said she used to teach the students how to read clothing patterns and make their own clothes...

 
 By Dylan Hurst    Local    November 19, 2021

Burlington holds Veterans Day assembly

Every year an annual Veterans Day assembly is held in the auditorium at Burlington. This year the staff and students had the opportunity to listen to and learn from Rodger Hill, the grandfather of...

 

Burlington School News: Noteworthy Nancy

Nancy Klippenstein is the 17-year-old daughter of Adolf and Elma Klippenstein. She was born on January 8, 2004, in Winnipeg, Canada. Nancy has two siblings: an older brother and a younger sister. For...

 

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