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  • May 25 SCHOOL CLOSED, Memorial Day
  • May 27 Kindergarten Registration
  • June 01 School Board Meeting 6 pm
  • June 02 SAVE THE DATE Spring Concert & Art Show 6:30 pm
  • June 08 Kindergarten Class Field Research to Montshire Museum
  • June 11 Consortium at the Townhouse 7 pm. (Eighth Grade Only)
  • June 12 Kindergarten Class Field Research to Retreat Farm .
  • June 13 David’s Graduation Party at Marlboro College 7pm. Adults Only must RSVP
  • June 15 David’s Class Trip to Bromley Mountain
    Kindergarten & Pam’s Class Trip to Mini-Golf
    Eighth Grade Graduation 7 pm
  • Jun 17 Last Day of School 11:30 Dismissal

Appreciation is a wonderful thing

Last week the staff enjoyed daily treats and appreciations from students.  On Friday a delicious lunch was served in the festively decorated Outback.  Teachers were able to enjoy the meal and each other’s company as parents covered their recess duty and classrooms.


















We give heartfelt thanks to all of you!

Marlboro All-School Family Dance

6:30-8:30 Friday, June 5th

Sally Newton’s Contra Dance Band will be in attendance playing the tunes for us!

Come have a lovely evening and dance the night away with Marlboro family and friends!

Donation suggestion: $3 per person or $5 per family

Kindergarten-6 grade must be accompanied by a parent. 7-8 grade must be accompanied by parent or another Marlboro School parent. Snack and drink provided.

L’After News

Dear Families and Friends of MES,

As the new Site Coordinator of the MES L’After Program I must thank everyone for being so welcoming and helpful during my first week. Emily Wagner, soon to be a Virginian, did a great job of teaching me the ins and the outs of the program over the past several weeks. I hope that I can be as warm, creative and organized as she was and continue to grow and strengthen this wonderful program. Transitioning from being a Big Brothers Big Sister case manager at MES to my new role feels natural and the first week was truly, such a pleasure. As I wrap up the last couple weeks of L’After and start planning the fall programming, please feel free to share feedback and program ideas, ask questions and occasionally remind me of your names (I’ve got a lot to learn!). I look forward to getting to know everyone in this sweet and incredibly special community.




Leigh Madalinski

MES L’After Site Coordinator

Program for 7th & 8th graders

Leland and Gray will once again sponsor the SEEK Program for all rising 7th and 8th graders.  This free educational enrichment camp offers activities in creating machines, the technology of flight, and multimedia production.  Flyers are available at Marlboro School and on the website –

Platters and baskets

from Teacher Appreciation are in Francie’s office. Please pick them up.

David’s Graduation Party


20206_10206263105274522_3946426285815608468_nThe Marlboro School Retirement Party Committee invites you to attend a Toast and Roast for David on his Graduation from 6th Grade. Saturday, June 13, 2015. Marlboro College Dining Hall. 7 to 10 pm.

Adults only: 21 or older… Please bring a dessert or light after-dinner snack. Cash Bar courtesy of Windham Wines and Whetstone Ciderworks. Master of Ceremonies, Tim Hayes, requests that you contact him if you have a story to share:

Please RSVP by June 1 to Seating is limited!


From Nurse Susan, March 25th. The Vermont State Assembly is voting on a measure to eliminate philosophical exemptions to vaccines now.

In light of the national measles outbreak, the Vermont Department of Health is encouraging all unimmunized children to be immunized as soon as possible. To date, there are no cases of measles in Vermont. Seventeen states have been affected, including New York and Pennsylvania. Here at Marlboro School, most of our students have been fully immunized against measles, receiving two doses of the MMR vaccine, but 24% have not. Herd immunity occurs when 95% of a community is vaccinated in order to stop the spread of a disease. Because we do not have herd immunity here at MES, our unimmunized  children are at risk if an outbreak occurs locally. Because measles is the most contagious disease known to humans, unimmunized children will be asked to stay home. Parents of unimmunized students are encouraged to read the article from the CDC noted below. Please contact me for any questions or concerns. Thank you.

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Summer Camp

Brochures are pouring in. Check out our Summer Camp Binder on the Table in the Front

Meeting House School Open House Events

The Meeting House School, a preschool for 3-5 year olds located in the center of Marlboro, will have several open house events this spring. If you have a preschool age child (or know one), we hope you will come visit our school!

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Upcoming School Board Meetings

WARNING: The MES Board will hold its next regular meeting on Monday, May 11th at 6pm. Please note that this meeting is rescheduled from Monday, May 4th. There will be no meeting on the usual first Monday in May.


WARNING: The MES Board will be meeting Monday, April 20th at 5:30pm to tour the school building for capital improvement planning.

Garden Crew

We are looking to recruit families to help with summer care of the school gardengrdn.

If you would volunteer to take 20-30 min. during the “Learning Fair” (next thur. 4/9) to help fill sign up sheets for summer garden care, or want more info. please call or email Gretchen (254-7739) or ( or talk to Erica at school

5/6 Poems & Artwork

Poems and artwork created by the 5/6 grade class at Marlboro Elementary School in Marlboro, VT, as part of their field research project on nearby Hogback Mountain.

4/5 Poetry & Artwork

Poetry & artwork by the 4/5 grade in response to the dances of Myint Mo and Wally Cardona.


Marlboro Alliance Scholarships Available

For Marlboro Students K-12 attending summer programs and for college students to help with costs.

See the 2015 Guidelines for more information.