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Thank you!

The Board of Education, Administration, Faculty and Staff of the Millbrook Central School District would like to thank the residents of the school district for their continued support of our students, by voting to approve our 2015-2016 school budget. For Proposition 1, (The Budget), we had 419 votes cast; 299 yes votes and 120 no votes.

Further, we would like to thank the residents of our school district for supporting Proposition 2, the Capital Reserve Fund. We had 408 votes cast; 270 yes votes and 138 no votes.

We would also like to congratulate John Rudy for being re-elected to the Board of Education and John O’Donnell for being elected to the Board of Education for his first term.

By supporting our budget, we can continue to provide the programming necessary for the educational needs of all of the students in our district. We can also support continuous school improvement initiatives.

Thank you for all you do to support our students.

Philip D. D’Angelo, Jr.
Superintendent of Schools



2015 Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration for 2015

All children must be five years old by December 1, 2015 in order to attend Kindergarten in 2015-2016.

Please contact our Registrar, Mrs. Hartswick, at 845-677-4225, extension 5101 to schedule an appointment.

MCSD Participates in Purple Pinkie Project

Purple Pinky ProjectOn Wednesday, May 27th students in all four MCSD buildings will have the opportunity to help eradicate Polio. Through the efforts of the Millbrook Rotary and the HS Interact Club students that donate $1.00 can have their pinkie painted purple. For every dollar donated one child can be immunized against this crippling disease. Elementary level students will need a signed permission slip in order to participate, the permission slips will be sent home with students on Thursday, May 21st. Let's join together and help in the eradication of Polio worldwide!

Congratulations to Kayla Critelli!

Each year students in Mr. Spross' high school classes submit designs for The Millbrook Rotary Club's New Year's Eve Celebration button. The winner is chosen by a Rotary committee and receives credit on the final button, a $100. gift certificate and will be honored at a Rotary Luncheon in the Fall. Kayla Critelli's creative design has been chosen for this year's button.
Pictured are Rotary Club President, David Greenwood congratulating winning artist, Kayla Critelli.

Millbrook New Year's Eve Button 2016 

MHS Art Students Travel To Kent, CT

On May 1st, Mr. Spross took his Advanced & Sculpture classes to Kent CT.  The students first visited sculptor, Denis Curtiss, at his Studio and then hiked to Kent Falls.  Mr. Curtiss shared stories about his life, his teaching and his Artwork.  Later, at Kent Falls we we're ALL fascinated with the beauty beneath our feet and before our eyes.

Please, enjoy the Slide-Show, (approx. 8 minutes) titled "2015 Art Trip to Kent CT" available in our Art Department's Video Library, on the MCSD site.
The photographs used, in the Slide-Show, were taken by Ann Marie Hummel, Victoria Bonadonna and Sarah Remling with only a few, 'fill ins'. from Mr. Spross.

CLICK HERE FOR "Art Trip to Kent CT" video

Art Trip to Kent, CT Art Trip to Kent, CT





Elm Drive Celebrates Staff Appreciation Day

Staff Appreciation Day 2015

Second graders designed a hand painted vase which they presented to Mrs. Jordan on Wednesday, May 13th as part of Staff Appreciation Day. Each child took turns standing up with a flower for her vase and telling her what she means to them.

 Staff Appreciation Day

Author Tim Green Visits MCSD

The Middle School and Alden Place welcomed Tim Green, former NFL player turned best-selling author of over 31 books, to Millbrook on May 4th. Students in Mrs. Morton's 6+ classes especially enjoyed preparing & sharing special projects they had created for him in preparation for his visit.

After studying writing at Syracuse University where he was an All American football player, Tim was drafted in the first round of the NFL draft by the Atlanta Falcons where he was a top defensive player for eight years.

While Tim played in the NFL, he also studied law and began his writing career. By the time he retired from football in 1994, Tim had already published his first book and become a lawyer. In addition to those two jobs, he began working as a television broadcaster for FOX NFL Sunday and other shows, including Battlebots, Good Morning America, Court TV, A Current Affair, and most recently, Find My Family.

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Tim Green Visits MCSD Tim Green Visits MCSD
Tim Green Visits MCSD Tim Green Visits MCSD

ESL Night 2015

On April 30, English language learners and their families attended the annual spring ESL night at Alden Place Elementary. This time the topic was Let's Grow Healthy Minds and Bodies. Students, their families, and friends went to 5 different stations that promoted healthy bodies and minds. They used, for example, the MAC computer lab for brain teasers, participated in a science experiment using their senses, danced during a Zumba lesson and gave their best at Karaoke. Besides lots of fun and education, the event also promotes awareness for families about services offered in the community. For that, we invited Ms. Frenzel from the Millbrook library who talked about free programs offered. Also, Mrs. Garzetta from Latino Outreach and Mrs. Ribbeck from NED Corps joined the event to promote services they offer for our families. A big Thank You to Marona's Market, Bounce, and Price Chopper for donating gift cards to be raffled off at the event.

ESL Night 2015 ESL Night 2015

Alden Students Learn About Cinco de Mayo

Mrs. Link's and Mrs. Gregor's social studies classes have been studying Latin American Culture and took the opportunity to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, a celebration popular in Puebla, Mexico, commemorating a victory of the Mexican Army against the French. A power point presentation taught students the importance of Cinco de Mayo and afterwards all students enjoyed typical Mexican salsa, chips and home made guacamole. For the guacamole each student had been asked to bring in an item which Mrs. Link then prepared directly in front of the students' eyes. What a great way to incorporate culture into teaching.

Cinco de Mayo Cinco de Mayo
Cinco de Mayo Cinco de Mayo

MHS Jazz Band Performs at the DCMEA Jazz Festival

The MHS Jazz Band performed with at the DCMEA Jazz Festival on May 2, 2015. Students performed a few of their spring concert pieces.  Additionally, Ryan Richard was chosen to play tenor saxophone for the all-county band.

Jazz Festival Jazz Festival
Jazz Festival Jazz Festival



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