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  • Burke’s Tradition: Eighth-Grade Musical

    Each June, the eighth-grade class stages a musical that showcases the creative abilities of the students while also fostering teamwork, communication skills, and a deep appreciation for the performing arts. 
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  • Student Voices are “Written in Roots”

    The inaugural issue of “Written in Roots,” a student-run ‘zine,  has offered a place for student voice and leadership.
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  • The “Breakery” — A Makery Tradition

    Fourth graders have been uncovering the secrets of computers, gadgets, and just about anything with an interesting assembly.
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