Looks like the Junior High is having a great time in D.C.! See more pictures here.
- May 02-6 JH Class Washington DC Field Research
- May 02 School Board Meeting 6:30 pm
- May 04 Traffic Safety Awareness Walk to the Post Office 11:30 am
- May 13 Teddy Bear Tea Party 1 pm
- May 17 Spring Concert & Art Show 6:30 pm SAVE THE DATE!
- May 24 Hogback Day
- 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 03 Kindergarten Class Field Research at Retreat Farm
- June 06 School Board Meeting 6:30 pm
- June 07 8th Grade Graduation 7 pm
- June 09 Last Day of School. EARLY DISMISSAL
On Wednesday, May 4th at 11:30 am. We will observe Walk/Bike to School Day. Of course, students won’t be expected to get to school by biking or walking as our location makes that so challenging. We will use this day to call attention to the traffic situation on Route 9. As you know we’re working with the town and the state to try to lower the speed limit during arrival and departure hours and to put into effect other measures that will increase safety. To call attention to our efforts, the whole school will walk along Route 9, with an escort by the sheriff, and then down South Road to the Post Office. Please join us if you can!
What a great turn-out for the Learning Fair! The students did a wonderful job of preparing their exhibits and then guiding us all through them. Thank you for attending and for being an appreciative audience.
Community spirit was strong as we prepared for the Learning Fair. Our custodian, Jesse, had a death in his family and was unable to do the final cleaning. Everyone pitched in – staff and students and the school looked great. Special thanks to Gail for organizing this effort and to Lois for going above and beyond! Continue reading “Note from Francie 4/29/16”
If you are looking for opportunities to fulfill your School/Home Contract I would encourage you to volunteer to help with hanging the art show. This is the culminating showcase for the artistic growth of our children throughout this school year. The excitement is growing! Our theme for the show this year is ‘Things With Wings’! Students will also exhibit some of the artwork they did earlier in the year related to our visit to the ‘Van Gogh in Nature exhibit at the Clark Museum. If you can lend a hand on Saturday May 14, or Sunday May 15, please send Sue Aldridge an email: email@example.com , put a note in my mailbox in the office, or feel free to call 579-1283 (eves). Thanks for supporting our young artists!
Come join your community in this very special Vermont tradition. What a lovely day when we can all come together to make our communities more beautiful. Please visit the Post Office for your Green Up bags and to highlight your chosen area in town to Green up. If your children go to Marlboro School, bags will go home with your children the week of Green Up day.
Come join your community May 7th to Green Up!
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