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Notice of Annual Public Hearing on the Budget, Annual Meeting, School District Election and Vote


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Education of the Millbrook Central School District, Dutchess County, New York, will hold a Public Hearing on the Budget in the Library of the Millbrook Middle School at 43 Alden Place, Millbrook New York, on Monday, May 11, 2015 at 7:30 p.m., for the purpose of presenting the budget document for the 2015-2016 school year.

NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that a copy of the statement of the amount of money which will be required for school district purposes during the 2015-2016 school year (The Budget), exclusive of public monies, may be obtained by any resident of the District during business hours, effective May 5, 2015, except Saturday, Sunday or holidays, at each of the District’s schools, at the Administrative Offices, at any free association or public library in the District and on the District website. A Real Property Tax Exemption Report prepared in accordance with Section 495 of the Real Property Tax Law will be annexed to any budget of which it will form a part; and shall be posted on District bulletin board(s) maintained for public notices, as well as on the District’s website.

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.

Elm Drive Elementary School Participates in "Drop Everything and Read"

Elm Drive Elementary participated in a building-wide D.E.A.R. program today. Students, faculty, and staff took fifteen minutes from their regular schedule to “Drop Everything and Read”. D.E.A.R. is designed to remind people of all ages to make reading a priority activity in their daily lives. This program marked the beginning of National Library Week. Celebrations of reading and libraries will continue throughout the month of April. Visit your library today to discover the unlimited possibilities!

 Elm Drive DEAR program

FCCLA Students Honored

Mr. D’Angelo presented certificates ,at the April 13th Board of Education meeting, to Mr. Judge and his students who participated in the recent NYS FCCLA Leadership Conference.

Mr. Judge shared that out of the 7 students that attended, four students received silver medals and two students received bronze medals. Additionally, three students qualified to compete at the national level in Washington DC.

Students Crystallynn Colley, Robbie Maestri and Andrew Outwater each spoke about the project that they presented at the conference.

 FCCLA Achievements HonoredCongratulations!

MHS Model UN Students Travel To New York

The MHS Model UN Club traveled to New York City last month to attend the National High School Model United Nations convention for the tenth year now. Students represented Austria in various committees such as UNESCO, World Bank, Disarmament and Security, and the UN Environmental Committee. We met students from all over the world and voted on resolutions to solve global issues such as poverty, refugee crisis, and malnutrition.

MHS Model UN

First Graders Learn About Maple Sugaring

On March 23 the first graders went on a walking field trip to Mrs. Rizzo's house to learn about maple sugaring. Mr. King demonstrated the steps to make maple syrup, beginning by drilling a hole in a maple tree. Mr. King was boiling the sugar down to maple syrup on the front lawn. Everyone agreed that the maple syrup was warm, sweet and tasty. We'll have our syrup on pancakes, waffles and yogurt please!

Maple Sugaring Maple Sugaring

The Tribute Gardens Merit Scholarship Winners Are Announced

Tribute Gardens Scholarship Winners 2015

Congratulations to Brogan Revay and Moona Guo who are our Tribute Gardens Merit Scholarship winners for 2015.

Moona and Brogan will receive a total of $20,000 dollars over their four years of college.

Brogan plans on attending Emory-Riddle Aeronautics Institute in the Honors program and Moona is undecided, but considering Boston University and Cornell among others.

The MHS faculty and administration are very proud of what these two have accomplished and wishes them the best of luck!

We are also grateful to the Millbrook Tribute Gardens for their generous support!




MCSD Students Participated in the Dutchess County Science Fair

On March 21-22nd, we had many of our elementary, middle, and high school students participate in the Dutchess County Science Fair. Mrs. Devincenzi was happy to announce that several of our students placed in their division and also were recognized with special awards. Congratulations to the following students!

5th Grade Honorable Mention:
Maryn Morgan
Stephanie DeMan

7th Grade Honorable Mention:
Tessa Fountain

8th Grade Honorable Mention:
Aly Prockter

Senior Division (10-12) Honorable Mention:
Carson DeMan
Benjamin Yager

Special Awards:

Stephanie DeMan:
-Clearwater Sloop Environmental Award
-IBM Spectrum

Morgan Maleonskie
-American Psychological Association

Mathilde Rosi-Marshall
-Mu Alpha Theta
-NYS Society of Professional Engineers

Ben Yager
-Central Hudson Gas and Electric Corporation
-Mid-Hudson Astronomical Society
-Mid-Hudson Computer User Group
-Poughkeepsie Lodge 266 F&AM Award
-United States Navy and Marine Corps


MCSD Faculty & Staff Raise Funds for Sparrow's Nest

Millbrook's faculty and staff have done it again! Elm Drive, Alden Place, the Middle School and the High School all participated in a Sparrow's Nest Dress Down Friday on March 27th. Sparrow's Nest T-shirts were seen throughout all 4 schools and over $1000 was raised!

Way to go!

Sparrow's Nest 2015 Sparrow's Nest 2015
Sparrow's Nest 2015 Sparrow's Nest 2015

Please Join Us For Merritt Book Store's K-12 Art Show!

Merritt Book Store K-12 Art Show

Please, visit the Merritt Book Store's 'Upstairs Gallery' to enjoy our K-12 Art Show or join us for the Artist's Reception on Sunday, April 12th, from 12-2PM.  Examples from every 'Art Lesson', in our kindergarten through twelfth grade Visual Art's Curriculum will be on display.



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