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  • Feb 15-19 SCHOOL CLOSED – Winter Recess
  • Feb 22 WINTER SPORTS DAY
    New Session of L’After Begins
  • Feb 23 School Board Meeting 8pm at Town Offices
  • Feb 29 WINTER SPORTS DAY- Final
  • Mar 01 SCHOOL CLOSED – Town Meeting Day
  • Mar 04 Kindergarten Field Research Trip to BMAC 8:30-11:30 am

Francie’s Note 2/12/16

Bravo to Pam’s class – Hunter, Dylan, Ben, Madison, Althea, Hannah, Phoenix, Jeremiah, Zinabu, Josh, Anthony, Ritter, Senait, Willow, Belle, Camilla, Amelia, and Sarah! Their performance of Julius Caesar was stellar. Pam has been telling me all along that the students were in charge of the play and made all the key decisions as to how it would be produced. This is learning at its best. They made decisions as a group, listening carefully to each other, weighing the merits of ideas, and arriving at conclusions that all agreed to. They determined how hard they would work and the level of effort they would put in. They thought about their audience and what would help them understand and enjoy the play. Here are some specific examples. Read more »

L’After session starts Feb. 22

There was a quick turn around of enrollment for the next session of L’After, which starts on our first day back, Feb 22nd. Attached is another copy of the choices being offered. If you didn’t get a chance to enroll please email Leigh at lmadalinski@MarlboroSchool.net as soon as possible so we will not have to cancel any choices due to low enrollment. Thank you.

L’After Brochure

Bananagrams Tournament

Over the past couple of weeks, the students in Pam & Erica’s classes have been engaged in a Bananagrams tournament. After an intense final round, our all-school champion is … Amelia! Kudos to Jeremiah for a coming in a close second and to Emily who advanced further than any other fourth-grade student.
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Marlboro School students are ‘Fit and Healthy’

Marlboro is in the news again!

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MARLBORO — How many kids do you know that are excited about Brussels sprouts?

Read this story online at the Reformer.

Parenting Circle at Marlboro School

P&F has an exciting opportunity to offer in the upcoming winter weeks – a “Parenting Circle” facilitated by a compassionate and outstanding therapist and educator, Miriam Dror.

Parenting is probably one of the most important “jobs” we will ever perform.  It is also probably one of the most vulnerable ones.  We have very few inspiring models, often no mentors and the stakes in terms of future generations are very high.  Bringing parents together offers us the opportunity of learning together, benefiting from one another’s experiences and also penetrating into the wisdom that rests inside of each of us. Read more »

MES on VPR

Francie & Jen Carr were interviewed by VPR about Act 46. Listen carefully for lunchtime background noise courtesy of the 5/6th grade and Spanish class with Gail!

 

Quilte Raffle Winner

Congratulations to the family of Belle, Wyatt and Rose! They won this beautiful quilt created by Pam’s 5/6th grade class. Proceeds from the raffle went to support the class field research trip to Cape Cod.

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Clothing Needed

The Primary class is looking for donations of gloves, mittens, hats, and snow-pants for Primary-size kids.  We would greatly appreciate it – thanks!

Scientist Puppets

Phoenix Lavender, 13, in the 6th grade at Marlboro School, creates a Stephen Hawkins puppet on Friday, Dec. 18, 2015. The Vermont Arts Council gave the Marlboro School a grant to support Linda Whelihan who coordinated historical figures with puppet making. Kristopher Radder / Reformer Staff

Phoenix Lavender, 13, in the 6th grade at Marlboro School, creates a Stephen Hawkins puppet on Friday, Dec. 18, 2015. The Vermont Arts Council gave the Marlboro School a grant to support Linda Whelihan who coordinated historical figures with puppet making. Kristopher Radder / Reformer Staff

See photos in the Reformer of Pam’s class working on their scientist puppets.

The videos we made of our scientists can be viewed on Youtube.