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Emergency Cancellation Information

Friday, January 30th, 2015

Millbrook Central School District is on a two hour delay, including Dutchess Day School.

IMPORTANT HIGH SCHOOL TESTING INFORMATION

This is to notify you of changes to our Mid-Term Exam Schedule. Due to snow related delays and closures, the following changes have been made:

1. Monday afternoon exams (1/26) (Global 9 and AP Chemistry) that were canceled due to an early dismissal will now be given in-class next week.

2. Tuesday exams (1/27) that were canceled due to the school closing are now scheduled at the exact same time and locations for this Friday (1/30).

3. Wednesday morning exams (1/28) that were scheduled at 7:45 am have been rescheduled as in-class exams next week. 9:45 am and 12:00 pm exams are being held as scheduled.

4. If there is a 2 hour delay on Friday, the 7:45 am exams will be given in-class next week and 9:45 am and 12:00 pm exams will be held as scheduled. If we are closed on Friday, the exams will be given in-class.

5. If your child is scheduled to take a Regents, a guidance counselor will contact you for updated information.

Updated announcements will be posted on the MHS Facebook Page, the MCSD website and a phone message was sent home earlier this morning. If you have additional questions about when your child is scheduled to take an exam, please don't hesitate to call the main office at 677.2510 x2330.

 

New York State Regents Exams have been moved to the following dates:

Thursday, January 29th- 7:45 am - English Regents
Thursday, January 29th- 11:45 am- Global History Regents
Friday, January 30th- 7:45 am- Algebra Regents

 

2015 Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration for 2015

Our Kindergarten Registration for September 2015 will be conducted the first week in March.

Monday, March 2nd 8am-12pm; 1pm-2:30pm
Tuesday, March 3rd 8am-12pm; 1pm-2:30pm; and 4:00pm-6:00pm
Wednesday, March 4th 8am-12pm; 1pm-2:30pm
Thursday, March 5th 8am-12pm; 1pm-2:30pm

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

Please report to the Main Office at Elm Drive with the following FOUR mandatory items:

1) Original birth certificate with the raised seal OR passport; AND
2) Immunization record; AND
3) School tax bill OR lease agreement OR mortgage statement; AND
4) Utility bill (Electric, Cable, Water, Fuel) bill must state “for service at”

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THESE FOUR ITEMS, YOU WILL BE ASKED TO COME BACK AT A FUTURE DATE.

 

Art Blast Student Work On Display, Jan. 12-31

Art Blast! will be on display starting January 12th and will run through the end of the month.
This will be an exhibit of paintings, collages, and sculptures created by students from the Millbrook Central School District and the Dutchess Day School. The mixed media exhibit will include work from preschool through 8thgrade, and will be a sample of student work from projects assigned to them from the first part of the school year. There will be a closing reception for Art Blast! during the Millbrook Arts Group concert at the Millbrook Library on Saturday, January 31 from 5 pm -7 pm.

Art Blast

The Harlem Wizards Are Coming To MCSD - Feb. 4th

Harlem Wizards 2015

MHS Drama Club Presents............

MHS Drama Club Sweeney Todd Tickets

Mr. Wentzell Honored Wednesday Evening

Employee is honoredOur newest employee, Zachary Wentzell, was presented with a Certificate of Recognition at the January 28th meeting of the Board of Education by Board President, Mr. Hurley. 

On January 27, 2015, Zach took it upon himself to assure the safety of another staff member while they were clearing our grounds of the accumulated snow.

Thank you Zach and congratulations!

 

Intro to Culinary Arts Students Make Linguine

Introduction to Culinary Arts ClassIntroduction to Culinary Arts Class

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to the generosity of MEF we are able to offer an 8th grade enrichment class; Introduction to Culinary Arts. With the guidance from their teacher, Mr. Judge, students in these pictures are making their own linguine for the first time. Homemade pasta on restaurant menus has been a recent food trend that the students have been learning about. Next up, ravioli!

MMS Celebrates "No Name Calling Week"

Millbrook Middle School is celebrating "No Name Calling Week" this week! We are spreading kindness with our ever expanding "kindness chain" and a school wide video competition. All home bases are participating by making some type of video with an anti-bullying theme. Up to ten winners will be entered in a Student Creative Expression Exhibit at The Henry A. Wallace Center at the FDR Presidential Library and Home from Feb. 22nd - Feb. 27th. We are also celebrating with a "No-Name Calling" Poetry Slam to be held here at the Middle School on Wednesday, January 28th. Come one, come all! A big "Thank You" to Miss Hunt and Mrs. Hains for organizing these activities!

No Name Calling Week at MMSPoetry Slam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Celebrate Kindness

 

Science 7 Learns About Static

Seventh grade students in Millbrook Middle School Science class enjoyed learning about protons and electrons by making static!

Static in Science 7 Static in Science 7
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