Meredith Leib, Music Teacher, has a special announcement to make! "I found out yesterday that 3 of our BEJ students, Ashlee G (5th grade), Abbey M (4th grade), and Justin M (5th grade), have made it into this year's North Carolina State Elementary Honors Chorus. I had 6 students audition and there were 700 students total who auditioned from 146 elementary schools to fill 150 spots in the chorus. Over the next few weeks these students will be working hard to learn and memorize the music for our concert on Sunday, November 8 at the Stevens Center in downtown Winston-Salem. This is a free concert and you are all invited to come out and support these amazing young singers."
Free Workshop on Autism
The Alamance-Burlington Schools district-wide Autism Team is holding a free workshop for parents and professionals of children and young adults with autism. On Tuesday, October 13 at 5:30 pm, the Alamance-Burlington Exceptional Children’s program will host Ann Palmer, a parent of a young adult with autism and the author of Realizing the College Dream with Autism or Asperger Syndrome. The event is open to the community and will be held in the professional library at the Alamance-Burlington Schools administrative office at 1712 Vaughn Road in Burlington. The event is for adults only. Light refreshments will be provided. View flier (English | Spanish).