BHS Drama presents...

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

November 21-23 at 7:30 pm, at Burlington High School, 52 Institute Road in Burlington.

Tickets available at the door.
$10 general/$5 students & senior citizens

FYI, The Synopsis Blurb:

This Tony Award winning musical comedy centers on two con men living on the French Riviera. The first is a suave and sophisticated fellow, who makes a lavish living by talking rich ladies out of their money. The other is a small-time crook who swindles women by arousing their compassion with fabricated stories about his grandmother’s failing health. When the two attempt to join forces the plan fails miserably so they come to an agreement to pull off one great scam where the winner stays and the other leaves town forever. A madcap battle of the cons ensues that keeps audiences laughing and trying to guess the cons’ next move to the end!

And this just in!

Not sure if you'd heard the good news that the Burlington Students Foundation is once again offering FREE admission to any Burlington middle school student to attend the BHS performance of "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" this Thursday Nov 21, Friday Nov 22 and Saturday Nov 23 evenings at 7:30pm. 

Many thanks to the BSF for this generous opportunity!

  An invite from the Hunt administration to YOU...

Parent Coffee
Principal/Parent Coffee
Friday, November 22nd, 8:10am to 8:55am
Have coffee or tea with our Principals. Tell us what's on your mind.  Let us know what's working or what's not working. Ask questions or just chat and relax with us in our library. THIS Friday morning at 8:10am.

LED Sign Coming to a School Near You! 

Two years ago members of the Hunt PTO took on a project that they believed would be beneficial to the students of Hunt as well as to the community at large. The location of Hunt Middle School is not readily known, indeed, many parents comment that they did not know exactly where Hunt was until their children started school there. To bring more community awareness to both the presence of Hunt and the range of activities taking place at our school, members of the Hunt PTO plan to have a school sign installed on North Avenue. Similar to the LED sign that graces North Avenue in front of Burlington High School (BHS), the Hunt sign will announce events at the school and other important dates connected with the school. The Hunt sign will be the same type of sign as the BHS sign, but it will be smaller and placed near the corner of North Avenue and the one-way street exiting from Hunt, across from Woodbury Road. 

Since September of 2012, the PTO's fundraising committee has raised an extra $11,000 above and beyond the funds needed for regular PTO programs and projects that directly served HMS students. No funds raised for regular PTO activities are being used for the sign. We managed to secure a $2,500 donation from Scott Hammond and Lisa Steele and another $1,500 from Eric Farrell. We increased our fundraising specifically to cover all the costs associated with the sign project, which includes purchasing the sign along with the electrical and site work. Since the key parents involved in this project have students graduating from Hunt in 2014, we need to complete the project this year. 

Many of us at Hunt believe that a commanding and informative sign will help bridge the gap between Hunt Middle School and the community and will contribute to pride in the school, which in turn will benefit the community. If you have any questions regarding our Parent Teacher Organization or the Hunt Sign Project, please feel free to contact Gabi Baumann or Brian Pine.

to you and yours.
Save the Date!
  • November 21-23 - Dirty, Rotten Scoundrels at BHS, 7:30 pm  FREE for HUNT students!
  • November 22 - Parent Coffee with the Principal, 8:10 am
  • November 27, 28, and 29 - NO SCHOOL; Thanksgiving Break
  • December 5th - PTO Meeting at 6:30 in the library

 PTO Meeting

12/5/13, 6:30 pm


  • Welcome and Introductions– Kate Belluche
  • Volunteer secretary for Nov. meeting


What’s on your mind?  Questions?  Comments?  Concerns?


  • Treasurer’s report - 10 min –Brian Pine
  • Principal’s Corner – 10 min - Rich Amato
  • HMS/Community Connection- overview–10 min- Jen Sutton
  • Fundraising Update - 10 min – Gabi Baumann
  • What goes on blog – 5 min – Susan Rutherford
  • Spanish at BHS – 5 min -  Gabi
  • Parent/teacher Conferences – 5 min - Gabi
  • Team/UA Grant Update – 5 min- Kate
  • Misc Issues - Mindfulness Program – Cruz/Montgomery – connected Ms. Cruz with Center for Mindfulness,  Student Achievement Ceremonies- when are teams celebrating?, Sports communication (Hunt committees – parent and/or student input?)  Is PAWS still happening?  Has it been evaluated?

Next Meeting:  Thursday, 12/19/13,  6:30-8pm

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