Burgundy’s barnyard friends love to have visitors, and they are a big part of what makes our community so special. However, our animals are on specific diets, so please do not feed them! Our barn guidelines are for the safety and well-being of all the animals:
Please do not feed any food, treats, leaves, or grass to any of the animals! They are on very specific diets and can get sick from food or treats. If you'd like to donate fruits, veggies, or greens, please leave them by the barn door or... Read More
Thanks to all the players and families for a great winter sports season! Burgundy’s four basketball teams kept us busy cheering week after week. All the players can be very proud of what they accomplished during the season!
Girls JV Basketball
The JV girls finished the regular season with a record of 1-1-1, working through some game cancellations. The team played well despite players not getting much rest due to a lack of substitutes. All of the players had lots of playing time and should be... Read More
Posted by Charlene Pritzker on Monday, April 10, 2017
Several students and parents of the Burgundy Middle School family spent the final Saturday of Spring Break working at the ALIVE Last Saturday Food Distribution.
On the last Saturday of each month, when low income families’ food stamps and cash are running out, ALIVE (Alexandrians Involved Ecumenically) distributes food at three centers in Alexandria. The food is intended to last a week until the participants get paid and/or receive the next month's food stamp allotment. Non-perishable food... Read More
After winning the school bee and doing well on a written test, 5th grader Gabriel represented Burgundy last week at the State Geographic Bee. The competition consisted of 3 rounds: a preliminary round to reduce the 100 candidates to 10, a final round to determine the top 2, and lastly a championship round between the final 2 students to determine 1st and 2nd places. Gabriel’s family reports that he achieved perfect scores in the preliminary round with 18 other students. He also correctly... Read More
7th and 8th Grade
Art teacher Annie Rocha and Athletic Director and PE teacher Steve LeBoo collaborated on an experiential learning field trip for 7th and 8th grade students who did not attend the recent Model United Nations conference. The trip took place on Friday, February 24 and also included the 7th grade homeroom team, Chiquita, Levita, and Doug. The trip involved ice skating at the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden and outdoor dining among sculptures such as Marc Chagall's Orphee... Read More