Support the Locke Monsters Robotics Team as They Head to the World Championship

In a field of 45 teams from Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island at the Southern New England VEX Robotics Championship on March 10th in Framingham MA, Locke Monsters Team 8025B was the Tournament Champion in an alliance with Jockey Hollow Robotics Team 8878D from Monroe Connecticut and Burncoat Middle School Team 2635C from Worcester MA. All Locke Monsters teams competed well at the Regionals with Teams 8025A and 8025C making it to the semifinals.

Locke Monsters Robotics Donation

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This win at the Regionals means that Team 8025B qualifies to participate in the VEX World Robotics Championship in Louisville Kentucky April 25 to 28, 2018. At the World Championship, the Locke Monsters Robotics team will represent Billerica, Massachusetts in a field of teams from over 31 countries. The Locke Monsters Team is proud to represent Billerica at this event!

Check out the video below to see the live video from the event, including the exciting Final 1-3 match – go to:

To help the team get to Kentucky for the finals, we need your support! Donations made to this trip using the button below are processed securely through PayPal.

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Your support has made all the difference in getting this far. Thank you!

Paint Night Fundraiser

Come paint your own glassware and “UNCORK YOUR CREATIVE SIDE!”
You choose the glass you would like to paint/design, we provide all materials to help you make your creativity come to life!

Thursday October 19, 7-10pm at the Billerica Elks, 14 Webb Brook Rd. Billerica.

Event fee: $35, Link to purchase tickets
Includes glass, glass paint, brushes, and all supplies needed.

Feeling extra creative? You can add an extra glass the night of the event for $15 or purchase a hand painted glass for $25.

Teens are welcome.

All funds raised benefit the Billerica Partners for Education innovative classroom grants program.

Instructor: Sherry Hoffman

Honor Thy Teacher Program, 2016

May 4-8 is Teacher Appreciation Week, a time when the hard work of teachers across the country is celebrated. However, every day of the school year, your children have benefitted from the exceptional Billerica teachers, administrators and staff to motivate, educate and inspire them to be the best they can be.

Please support their efforts and honor their dedication to our children by donating to the Fifth Annual “Honor Thy Teacher” Campaign. Proceeds from this campaign will go directly to support the innovative grant program sponsored by the Billerica Partners for Education (BPE).

Over the last several years, the Partners have given over $240,000 to teachers in the Billerica Public Schools through competitive grants. These grants directly benefit Billerica’s children with innovative programs spanning math, science, history, geography, and the arts—programs that would not, under normal circumstances, be funded through the operating budget.

The suggested donation is $10 for each teacher or staff member, such as administrators, secretaries or custodians that you would like to honor. The deadline for “Honor Thy Teacher” is Wednesday, April 27, 2016.

Honor Thy Teacher Program

We will celebrate the honored Billerica Public Schools teachers, administrators and staff by:

  • Providing honored teachers and staff with a certificate
  • Listing all honored teachers and staff in the Billerica Minuteman
  • Sharing honoree names with the Superintendent and Principals as well as the Billerica School Committee
  • Ensuring that your donation goes directly to support the innovative grant program sponsored by the BPE
  • Holding a ceremony to be held at the Annual Billerica Partners for Education Meeting on May 4, 2016.

The Billerica Partner’s for Education is a non-profit organization that raises funds to enhance the quality of education in Billerica’s public schools.

Congratulations to the winners!

We had a great show, so many talented performers!  The judges told us that so many acts were so strong this year, it was hard to be a judge.   Like the elementary shows, the top six scores are the winners.  There was a tie in both age groups so 7 winnners in each.
The winners are:

Grades K-2
Gabriel Kisekka (Grade 2) Playing piano “Mercy Mercy Mercy” by Marvin Gaye
Cosette Cardenas – Grade 1 – Solo Voice – “Castle on a Cloud” from Les Miserables
Ian Cardinal, grade 1, Kung fu demonstration
Patrick Looney, grade 1, singing God Bless America
Annie MacKinnon – Grade 2 – Solo Dance – “Overjoyed” by Stevie Wonder
Haidyn Schneider-Solo Voice “Defying Gravity” from Wicked Gr. 2
Maggie Jones, Grade 2 & Sophia Jannoni, Grade 3 ~ Group Dance to Rockin’ Robin by the Jackson 5

Grades 3-5
Kaia Sheehey – Grade 5 – Solo Voice – “Hopelessly Devoted to You” from Greece
Chloe Kisekka (Grade 3) Singing acapella “My Country Tis of Thee” by Yolanda Adams
Miranda Hodgkins, grade 5 and Chloe McDermott, grade 5, singing Stitches by Shawn Mendez
Olivia Norton, grade 4, gymnastics to Warrior by Demi Lovato
Molly Haggerty – Grade 5 -Solo Voice – “On My Own” from Les Miserable
Anuva Agrawal (Grade 5) Indian Classical Dance by Raas Shabdam
Jack Repucci, Grade 5 ~ Solo Drums

We look forward to seeing you next year!


Town wide talent show 2016

We are looking forward to seeing everyone at the talent show on Saturday March 19th! Performers are due at the Marshall by 1:30 p.m. Doors open at 1:45, and the show starts at 2:00. The first act will be performers in grades K-2 , the second act will be performers in grades 3 to 5.  Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for students and senior citizens. Come for a great afternoon!

Information for the Town Wide Talent Show, March 19, 2016

Show Date:

Saturday, March 19, 2016, Marshall Middle Auditorium, Floyd Street Billerica

Grades K-2 will be before INTERMISSION,  Grades 3-5 will be after

Tickets: $8.00 Adults  $5.00 Students/Seniors –  can be purchased at the door or prior to the show at the Marshall Middle School Friday, March 18th from 4-8pm. (Cash,Check or Credit)

All Final Decisions rest with the Talent Show Committee & Billerica Partners for Education.***

Rehearsal: March 18th, 2016

(Rehearsal times are approximate)

Grades K-2, acts 1-19 4:30-5:30/ Grades 3-5 acts 20 and up 6:30-7:30 -information on rehearsal schedule will be posted as soon as possible.

 Information for those Performing in the Talent Show

 *Arrival Time:  1:30    

 *Check-in table will be located in the hallway leading to the back stage area.

 -Each performer will be allowed ONE parent/guardian/responsible adult guest
that may accompany them into the back stage area.

-Guest passes will be issued at check-in.

-This guest should pick up the performer end of the show.

 *Students in the backstage area and auditorium are chaperoned.

 *No food or drink is allowed in the Auditorium!

  • Remember, this is a school event.  Please respect other performers, audience members, the school, all our volunteers, and staff.   Disrespectful actions could result in disqualification from judging.

Hajjar School 2016 Talent Show

We had a great night at the Hajjar!  Thank you to everyone who helped us put on a fun show!  Here are the performers moving on to the Town Wide show:

Grades K-2

Patrick Looney, grade 1, singing “God Bless America”
Kassidy Miner , grade k  & Joanna Hoose, grade K, gymnastics routine
Ian Cardinal, grade 1, Kung fu demonstration

Grades 3-5
Miranda Hodgkins, grade 5 and Chloe McDermott, grade 5, singing “Stitches” by
Shawn Mendez
Olivia Norton, grade 4, gymnastics to “Warrior” by Demi Lovato
Nyah Bordeau, grade 5 and Annika Stearly, grade 5, singing “Fly” by Maddie and Tae
Makenna Koyle, grade 4 singing “Tomorrow” from Annie