Burns Elementary Parent Organization

 WELCOME! The Burns Elementary Parent Organization (BEPO) was established to inspire parental involvement in activities that benefit our students and school. We strive to develop a close relationship between teachers, staff and parents by encouraging and maintaining open lines of communication.



HOW TO GET INVOLVED: BEPO meets on the first Monday of each month at 7:00 in the teacher’s lounge. If the first Monday falls on a holiday, our meeting will usually be the following Monday. Check here for current dates. All parents or grandparents are welcome to attend the monthly meetings. Our next meeting will be on Monday April  4th.‚Äč



The AmeriGas School Days Program offers schools a $0.02 per gallon incentive. Through the School Days Program, AmeriGas will give your school up to $2,000 per year All you have to do is save your AmeriGas receipts and bring them to school - it’s that simple. Also ask people or businesses you know who use AmeriGas if they would like to donate their original receipts to you.  AmeriGas will total the gallons on the receipts and pay $0.02 per gallon, up to a maximum of $2,000 per year. 

Contact Jami Blosmo at 256-2570 for more information.



VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: Volunteers are needed throughout the year for the events below. Email Burnsepo@aol.com to sign up for October opportunities.

  • Bingo night  
  • Teacher Appreciation Week in May


BOX TOPS/LABELS FOR EDUCATION: Be sure to cut out the Box Tops and Labels for Education from items in your house and send them to school with your child. These can be found on groceries, office supplies, and other household items. 

CONTACT US: We can be contacted by email at burnsepo@aol.com or at the phone numbers below:

  • Shelly Hansen, President  214-3236
  • Jami Blosmo, Vice President  256-2570
  • Lisa Perez, Treasurer  630-2780
  • Misty Gallegos, Secretary  631-0149


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