Belmont Public Schools
Mary Lee Burbank Elementary School
266 School Street | Belmont, MA 02478
phone: 617 - 993 - 5500
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Attendance Line: (617) 993 - 5502

Dr. Tricia Clifford, Principal 993-5500
Noreen Sacca, School Secretary 993-5500
BASEC @ Burbank (Belmont After School Enrichment Collaborative) (781) 296-2471
Pre-School Program (Belmont Public Schools) 993-5615
For complete directory of BPS staff click here

Summer Office Hours

The school office is open during the summer Monday through Thursday from 8:00am to 3:00pm – and on Friday from 8:00am – 1:00pm. Occasionally the office may be closed, so we recommend that you always call first in order to be sure that someone is available.

School Advisory Council 2016-2017      

Tricia Clifford, Ed.D, Principal, Chair tclifford@belmont.k12.ma.us
Teacher Representatives  
Vicky O’Regan voregan@belmont.k12.ma.us
Janet Flaherty jflaherty@belmont.k12.ma.us
Parent Representatives  
Cathy Meyer
Harriet Wong
April Edrington aedrington@hsph.harvard.edu
Suzanne Alcock, Community Representative 617-489-1021
smalcock@verizon.net

Special Education and Support Staff:

  • Language arts support teacher, who provides extra assistance for identified students, particularly in grades 1 and 2.
  • Speech and language therapist, who consults with teachers and provides services for students whose Individualized Education Plan (IEP) indicates a special need in this area.
  • Resource teacher, who provide services to students whose IEP designates special education services. The  Resource Teacher also consults with classroom teachers.
  • Guidance counselor, (shared among schools), who consults with teachers and parents and sees students individually or in groups around their social/emotional growth related to school functioning.
  • Psychologist, (shared among schools) who provides psychological services to students whose IEP designates this and consults with staff and parents/guardians.
  • ELL English Language Learner tutor (part-time) who provides tutoring for students who have been in this country for less than three years and who require support in acquiring English for success in school.
updated: 10/3/2017 by webmaster
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