Note from Wayne:
Preschool Playground Work Session: We now have a Preschool Playground with things to interact with! We had a great work session and thank you to everyone who helped make this happen.
Open House: It was nice seeing all of you last night. I particularly enjoyed watching the pick-up soccer game at the end of the evening.
Reminder regarding All School Sing: All School Sing will be on Fridays from 8:30-9:00. All are welcome!
AMP Meeting Date/Time: After reviewing the survey, the first Tuesday of the month works best for most of us. Our first meeting will be October 2nd from 6:45-8:15.
Dropping students off in the morning: With the addition of Preschool, we have many more students being driven to school. In order to reduce the line of cars parked along the wooden fence, can you please move your car after you have dropped your child off. If you plan to stay for a little while, please us one of the parking spots either along the chain linked fence or down in the lower lot. Thank you.
Have a great week,
- Sept 15 Marlboro Fair Day, Muster Field 10-4
- Sept 19-20 JH Overnight Trip to Mt Mansfield
- Sept 20 School Board Sub-Committee Meeting 6:30
- Sept 27 School Board Meeting 6:30 pm
- Sept 28 Fall Fiesta
- Oct 02 School Picture Day
- AMP Meeting 6:45 pm
- Oct 08 NO SCHOOL
- Oct 19 NO SCHOOL- Conferences for Pre K- Grade 4
Sandglass Theater of Putney, VT has assembled an international roster of performing companies for the 10th Puppets in the Green Mountains Festival: Opening the Doors. This September 19–23, puppet theater companies from around the globe will gather in venues throughout Brattleboro and Putney to offer performances that celebrate puppetry while exploring themes of Access and Inclusion. Family shows offered are Louis Riel: A Comic-Strip Stage Play by Rustwerk Refinery from Canada, Mr Ruraru’s Yard by Puppet and its Double from Taiwan and The Joshua Show by Joshua Holden from New York. Find out more and book tickets at puppetsinthegreenmountains.com or call (802) 387 4051.
The Vermont Wildlife Festival at Mount Snow Vermont September 23rd 10:00am – 4:00pm
Join live animals, educators, entertainers and the beautiful nature of Mount Snow for a FREE day of fun and learning. The Southern Vermont Natural History Museum has sponsored this event in hopes of “connecting people from all walks of life to the natural world.” Get up close with birds of prey and native reptiles! Meet people devoted to enjoying and preserving your back yard nature! Learn to flyfish! Get hands-on with water and crafts! Do it all and then grab lunch or take a chairlift ride at beautiful Mount Snow! Fun for the whole family, this is a free event made possible by a partnership with the Southern Vermont Mount Snow Valley Chamber of Commerce and Mount Snow Resorts. Contact the Museum for more information (802) 464-0048 or on facebook www.facebook.com/vermontmuseum. Donations are gratefully accepted and go towards meeting festival expenses.
Hungry Lion Bike Tour, September 29
Jen and Christian, who own Ratu’s in Wilmington are looking for bike riders to join their group, “Ratu’s Riders” with an ambitious goal of raising $2,500 to combat food insecurity. This five mile ride travels by two farms with mostly pavement and has an incredible downhill, all in Whitingham! After the ride, which takes only about an hour, join the Lions club for an awesome BBQ and band!
Raise $25, get a water bottle!
Raise $75 get your water bottle PLUS a bike tour t’shirt!
Raise $100 get your water bottle, t’shirt AND a bag with a bike tour sticker and fun accessories for your bike!
Raise $250 get all of the previous PLUS a professional, limited edition cycling jersey!! Register today!!!
If the $45 to register is stopping you from riding, let our business sponsor you! Contact Jen 802-275-8372! https://www.hungrylionbiketour.com/