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Note from Francie 3/27/15

Save the date! P&F is sponsoring Family Bingo Night, Friday, April 10, 6:30-8

Spirit Week has been a lot of fun!  Thank you to the Junior High for helping us get through this dreary time of the year.  My favorite day was Dress Like David Day.  David brought in all the shirts that his wife Michelle has made him over the years and each staff member chose one to wear – along with proper chin adornments. I wore one with a solar system motif and maps on the sleeves and pocket.  David says it’s been a bit strange to keep running into himself all over the building.

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Bus News

Mud Season springs forth and our trusty fleet of busses and intrepid bus drivers will be doing their best to get everyone to school and back home safely.

While the back roads are goopy the bus runs will take longer. For those at the beginning please plan on an earlier pick-up and those near the end a later pick-up. In the afternoon drop off may run late.

Also, you may have noticed a new, yet familiar face behind the wheel. We are very happy to welcome Angela Mousseau (Leo’s mom) to our team of drivers.

Marlboro School Board Reorganization Meeting

Leland & Gray Union High School, March 25, 2015 @ 6:30pm

Call to Order by Stephen John

Reorganization of the board                                                                 5 minutes

  • Nominate and elect School Board Chair

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Calendar of Events

  • Mar 20 Basketball Jamboree 5:30 in the Outback
  • Mar 22 Mount Snow Tube-A-Thon Fundraiser 1-4 pm
  • Mar 23 Pam’s Class Field Research to Brattleboro Museum 9:30 to 11:30
  • Mar 26 Judy, Erica & Pam’s Trip to Latchis Theater 8:45 – 11:30am
  • Apr 06 School Board Meeting 6 pm
  • Apr 09 SAVE THE DATE Learning Fair 6 – 8pm
  • Apr 14-17 David’s Class Field Research in NYC
  • Apr 16 Primary Class Field Research to Brattleboro Museum & Arts Center
  • Apr 20-24 SCHOOL CLOSED – Spring Recess
  • Apr 29-May 7 JH Class Field Research to Costa Rica
  • May 26 SAVE THE DATE Spring Concert & Art Show
  • Jun 17 Projected Last Day of School (with no more snow days)

Spirit Week

The Junior High has organized spirit week, our annual week of collected school craziness. To welcome spring, we have created a theme for each day of school for the week of March twenty third to March twenty ninth. If you are interested in participating, here are the five different days…

  • Monday, March 23rd: Pajama Day
    Wear your pajamas to school and bring your stuffed animal.
  • Tuesday, March 24th: Cross-Dressing or Opposite Day
    Dress as the opposite gender, dress and do things backwards.
  • Wednesday, March 25th: Color Day
    Dress head to toe in one color.
  • Thursday, March 26th: Dress Up Like David Day
    Dress like the 5/6 grade teacher David.
  • Friday, March 27th: Formal Friday
    Feel free to wear ball gowns and masks.

MES Post Office is Open

MailboxesColor11x4The Kindergarten is excited to announce the opening of the MES Post Office.  Stamps are still only 1 cent and available in the kindergarten until 12:30 each day.  All mail must have a code letter written clearly to help the sorting process.  We will make a delivery to each room each day.  Make someone’s day.  Write a letter!

The postal codes are:

  • Kindergarten – K
  • Judy’s class – J
  • Erica’s class – E
  • Pam’s class – P
  • David’s class – D
  • Junior High – JH
  • Office – O (for anyone in the building not in a classroom)

Note from Francie 3/20/15

A small but lively group attended the P&F meeting.  We reviewed the two dances and the Holiday Bazaar, made some great plans for the upcoming months, and came up with ideas for how to spend the current balance of $1300.  Please let us know what you think.

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Snow Sculptures

See some of the beautiful snow sculptures students have made this year in the gallery!


Support the Junior High Trip to Costa Rica

Click the image to enter the online fundraising website for the JH.

Basketball Jamboree

Friday, March 20th   In the Outback 5:30 pm

Our annual end of the season basketball Jamboree is coming up! Please come in uniform ready to play against your parents and teachers. Bring a change of clothes so that you can turn in your uniform that night. The evening will start with each team playing a short game – first, 3rd-4th grade, followed by 5th-6th grade and, finally, Junior High. We’ll end the evening around 7:30 p.m. after presentations and pizza.

March Menus

March is Windham County Student Art Month

Art Teachers from all over Windham County have once again put up displays of student art work at the Brooks Memorial Library in Brattleboro. Marlboro School has a display board in the main room of the library. I would like to thank the students who are representing our school in the exhibit: Landen, Connor, Annika, Isaac, Belle, Ben, Ritter, Sloan, Broden, Merou, Jordan, Shadda, Alexandra, Maya, Mason, Aleah, and Frida. It’s always difficult to represent the whole school on a four foot square board! I look forward to showing everyone’s art at the Spring Art Show.

You may also know some of the High School students showing their work at River Garden and Vermont Artisan Designs (2nd floor). I hope you get a chance to support our creative Art students by seeing the Student Art Month exhibits.

March Reading Challenge

bookMarch is arriving this weekend, and with it comes the March Reading Challenge. For a second year, we’ll have a school-wide challenge and classes will all be working toward a common goal. While many students will be setting personal reading goals with the help of their teachers, if the school-wide goal is reached, there will be a reward of some sort – last year Francie dyed her hair purple!

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Help the Junior High Get to Costa Rica

Junior High students are available to baby or pet sit in order to raise money for the upcoming trip to Costa Rica. Please contact the school at 254-2809 or to schedule.

Video of Community Meeting

BCTV filmed the School Board Community Meeting with our local representatives. You can view it on their website.

Thanks BCTV!