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winters-peaceWe wish a beautiful break and  the happiest of New Years!

Don’t Forget WINTER SPORTS on our first day back at School, Jan 5th. Bring your Outdoor Gear, Helmets, Extra Snack. A new L’after Session also begins Monday

Calendar of Events

  • Dec 22-Jan 2 WINTER RECESS, SCHOOL CLOSED
  • Jan 05 School Opens, WINTER SPORTS BEGIN
    New Session of L’AFTER begins today
  • Jan 07 School Board Meeting 6pm. NEW DATE
  • Jan 12 Public School Budget Meeting in Outback 7:30pm
  • Jan 19 Martin Luther king Jr. Day – SCHOOL CLOSED
  • Jan 20 Instrumental Concert in Outback 6:30 pm

Note from Francie 12/19/14

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.  Indeed it is the only thing that ever has.”

Margaret Mead

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Programming & Engineering Note from Rochelle

December was a busy month for students learning and using new technology skills. In every classroom, students tried their hand at coding – or computer programming – through games, tutorials and lessons. This focus on coding comes from a great event called “The Hour of Code,” a one-hour introduction to computer science designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics. Read more »

Marlboro School Board Meeting Minutes 12/1/14 Final

Monday, December 1, 2014 @ 6pm

Attending: Jen Carr– Chair, Wayne Kermenski– Clerk, Will Brooke deBock– Vice Chair, Francie Marbury – Principal, Steven John – Superintendent.

Meeting called to order by Jen at 6:10 pm.

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Marlboro School Board Meeting Minutes – Draft 12/15/14

Monday, December 15, 2014 @ 6pm

Attending: Jen Carr– Chair, Wayne Kermenski– Clerk, Will Brooke deBock– Vice Chair, Francie Marbury – Principal, Steven John – Superintendent. Members of the community: Douglas Korb and Carol Ann Johnson

Meeting called to order by Jen at 6:10 pm.

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After School Session 3

2014-2015 Session III       January 5th- February 12th    REGISTRATION DUE: December 12th

Session 3 Brochure 2014-2015 

Baseketball Calendar

School Board Meetings

The Marlboro School Board will hold two special meetings in the upcoming months to work on the school budget:
Monday, December 15th at 6pm at MES
Monday, January 19th at 6pm at MES
These meetings are in addition to the regularly scheduled MES Board meetings that are held on the first of every month.
Here is the agenda for the December 1st Meeting: 12-1-14 agenda

Harvest of the Month Calendar

The Marlboro Food Project committee is raising funds and supporting Food Connects by selling the Harvest of the Month calendar.  You can see a sample on the bulletin board.  The cost is $5. Please pay Gail.

Forest Kindergarten Request

socksAs you are sorting through winter clothes, keep an eye out for anything that your child has outgrown that a kindergartner might wear outside during Forest Kindergarten.  We are especially hoping for some socks (hard to find in the Lost and Found box!), boots, sweatshirts and jackets.  Thanks for your help in keeping us warm outside!     Ellen

P&F Meeting November 6, 2014

Thanks to all who attended the P&F meeting and all who are working behind the scenes to prepare for the Book Fair and Holiday Bazaar on December 12 and 13.  The following are notes on the meeting taken by Robin MacArthur. Read more »

School Savings Program

Sign up forms and information went home with your student in an earlier Friday Notes. If you missed it there are more available on the front hall table at school. I will be in the front office on Friday mornings from 8:15 to 8:30. Participants should come to me with their deposits. I will stamp their rewards book and fill out the passbook, which will be receiving. Then I will take their deposit to the bank. Students receive small prizes every time they make a deposit and get a big “prize” at the end of the school year, if they have made 12 deposits. If parents would like to set up an account for their child please come into school with your driver’s license and your child’s birth certificate and social security card. I believe this is a wonderful program that can teach our children the benefits of saving money.

Bethany Whitney
Marlboro School parent and employee of River Valley Credit Union