- May 29 NO SCHOOL- Memorial Day
- May 31 Hogback Day
- June 05 School Board Meeting 6:30pm
- June 06 Deerfield Valley Fitness Day
NEW DATE, Spring Concert & Art Show 6:30 pm
- June 12 Special All School Sing for Francie. Please join us! 8:30 am
- June 13 North El Field Research to BMAC & Wantastequet, 8:30 – 2:30
- June 14 Kindergarten Field Research to The Retreat Farm 10 – 2:30
- June 19 8th Grade Graduation in the Outback 7 pm
- June 21 Last Student Day (If no more snow days)
- Aug 31 School Opens
Spring is the season for stepped up Outside Works at Marlboro School! The South EL trip last week is a great example. Kudos to staff members Gary Keiser, Andrea Howe, Nancie Schwartz Angell, and Erik Schickedanz, and parent chaperones, Emily Walsh, Forrest Holzapfel, and Tara Brown! The three main activities took us all over Vermont – to Fort Ticonderoga, VINS, and the Montshire where we learned about history, natural history, and engineering! These activities were great, but an unexpected bonus to the trip was our time in Tunbridge. Andrea has lots of family there and, thanks to her, we were offered amazing hospitality. One of her cousins is the president of the Tunbridge World’s Fairgrounds and he worked it out for us to stay in one of the pavilions – a surprisingly comfortable concrete floor! Another cousin is an organic dairy farmer and he invited us to his farm at the end of the evening milking. The kids had a chance to learn about dairying and to meet the cows up close and personal. All in all we learned a lot about many different aspects of Vermont! Continue reading “Note from Francie 5/19/17”
The Spring Art Show is nearly here! Students are turning out wonderful art which will be hung in the gym on Saturday June 3rd! If you are available to help for any part of that day Sue would appreciate it! And on Tuesday evening June 6th, the night of the Spring Art Show and Concert, your kids and community will appreciate it, too!
Email Sue: email@example.com if you’re able to help out.
Stamps are still 1 cent each and may be purchased anytime until 12:30 each day. Our code letter addresses have changed this year:
- K – Kindergarten
- P – Primary room
- N – North El
- S – South El
- J – Junior High
- O – Office (all other staff members)
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Scholarships are available for all Marlboro’s K-12 students attending 2017 Summer Programs and students attending college! Read below for details.
Marlboro’s student chef’s are looking to build a mini-greenhouse to grow herbs in during the school year. Got any odd lumber or spare glass windows you’d like to unload? Give Deb Ayer a call (802) 451-6133, or email (l’firstname.lastname@example.org). Thanks, and bon appetite!
Marlboro families, I am absolutely delighted to share this very good news with you. Enjoy the vacation! ~ Francie
The Marlboro School District Board is pleased to announce that they have reached agreement with Wayne Kermenski to become the principal beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. Mr. Kermenski was selected after a thorough process involving a variety of stakeholders. In the Fall, outgoing principal, Francie Marbury, hosted a series of facilitated conversation with students, parents and community members, and the school board to develop a job description for the next principal. Continue reading “Marlboro Elementary School Selects New Principal”
After seeing the success of the Summer Library Program begun by Jess Weitz (and support from CLiF and the Marlboro Alliance), we would like to invite pre-schoolers, homeschoolers and any other families living in Marlboro to come by on Friday mornings between 10 and 11:30. This is a good time to browse the collection, read to/with your own child and check out books. Students from several classrooms will also be in and out of the library choosing books, but there should be plenty of space for all!