May 24 Hogback Day
Hogback Day is a school-wide celebration of Outside Works. Please send your child dressed to be outdoors all day. Look for a picture of us all on top of Hogback on the school website.
The last month of school brings lots of celebrations and some stress. We celebrate learning and we begin to make plans for next year. There are lots of field trips and special activities. And there are standardized tests and end of the year assessments and final portfolios. 8th graders prepare for graduation with excitement and life after Marlboro School with even more excitement and a bit of trepidation. As we head into this busy time we are so glad to have your support.
- May 25 NO KINDERGARTEN TODAY. Registration Day.
- May 27 Kindergarten Class Montshire Museum Field Research Trip.
- May 30 SCHOOL CLOSED
- May 31 Deerfield Valley Day
- June 02 DATE CHANGE Kindergarten & Pam’s Class Mini Golf 10-2:30
- June 03 Kindergarten Class Field Research at Retreat Farm
- June 06 Primary Class to South Pond
School Board Meeting 6:30 pm
- June 07 8th Grade Graduation 7 pm
- June 09 Last Day of School. EARLY DISMISSAL
We love to be appreciated! A week where every day something(s) tasty appears on the table in the office. And today we are looking forward to a delicious lunch together in the library. Parents are covering our recess duties and classroom lunchtime so that we can enjoy each other’s company and the good food. Thank you! Being on the receiving end of appreciation is a wonderful thing. I find it’s also very satisfying to be on the giving end. Continue reading “Note from Francie 5/20/16”
Did You Know? There are FREE meals available to ALL children aged 18 and under during the summer? Funded by the USDA, the Summer Food Service Program runs throughout Windham County and there is NO paperwork or registration to participate. Meals are open and free to all people 18 and under and many sites offer breakfast and lunch. A complete list of sites will be available by the end of the school year – call Vermont 2-1-1 (toll free from anywhere in VT), text “mealsVT“ to 877877 or visit www.vermontfoodhelp.com for more information. Join us at the
Summer Food Kick-off on Friday, June 3, from 5pm – 7pm at the Boys & Girls Club on Flat Street in Brattleboro – FREE dinner will be served for all families! Come find out more about the FREE summer food program and have some fun. The Fuel Up to Play 60 van will be there with games and giveaways! For more information, contact United Way of Windham County at 802.257.4011 or email@example.com.
Marlboro made their voices heard yesterday with a march down Route 9 and into the center of town. Please, always drive slow and watch for kids. We live here! More pictures can be seen in our gallery.
Listen on Monday, April 4 to hear some of our students discussing a book on Vermont Public Radio’s Dorothy’s List Book Club for Kids! If you miss it, no worries, it will be posted online at the link.
The Marlboro Alliance offers scholarships to students for summer programs. All applications must be postmarked or received by Friday, May 27, 2016. 2016 Marlboro Alliance Scholarship Guidelines