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Changes to School Calendar

Please note that since we did not use all of our allotted snow days, the following three days will now be non-attendance days for students: 
Friday, April 12, 2019, Tuesday, April 23, 2019 and Tuesday, May 28, 2019. 
Should we have any emergency closing days between now and the end of the school year, school may need to be in session on May 28th or May 24th.
We will notify you if any additional calendar changes need to be made.  
Thank you!
Philip D. D'Angelo, Jr.,

Schaad to Attend US Air Force Academy

 Congratulations to Tyler Schaad, who has officially decided to #aimhigh at the United States Air Force Academy!  We are very proud of Tyler, who will be also be playing golf for the USAF!
 Photo: (attached) Pictured, (seated)  Tyler Schaad & Courtney Albert; (standing) David Albert

Faculty & Staff Recognized for Staff Appreciation

Perry Hartswick, Board of Education President; Claudia Heunis, Board of Education member; Jennifer Carnecchia, Board of Education member; Chris Rosenbergen, Millbrook Educational Foundation Chairperson; Colleen Wilber, MEF member; and Phil D'Angelo, Superintendent of Schools visited all four schools to recognize staff members and thank them for all they do for our students.


Millbrook High School Concert Band & Jazz Ensemble take Second Place in Competition

On Saturday, April 27, 2019, the Millbrook High School Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble participated in the Music in the Parks Festival at Six Flags New England.  The Concert Band was awarded Second Place with an "Excellent" rating, and the Jazz Ensmble was awarded Second Place with  an "Excellent" rating.  Ryan Hall received an award for "Best Instrumental soloist."  Congratulations to the members of the HS Concert Band & Jazz Ensemble for a job well done!  Congratulations to Mr. Dunninger on his leadership for these two groups.

Girls' Basketball Team Recognized by the Millbrook Board of Education

The Millbrook Board of Education recognized the Girls' Basketball Team at their April 9, 2019 Board meeting.  Coach Adam Peek, Coach Dawn Harkenrider, and many of the team were in attendance.  The coaches and team members received certificates from the Board of Education and administration.  We are extremely proud of our Girls' Basketball Team, who are Regional Champions and participants in the New York State Final Four Tournament!

Hali Wack Participates in 2019 All-Eastern Treble Chorus

April 4-7, Senior Hali Wack participated in the 2019 All-Eastern Treble Chorus under the direction of Dr. Sandra Snow (Michigan State) in Pittsburgh, PA. Hali was selected based on her outstanding NYSSMA solo ratings and selection for the New York State All-State choirs in both her junior and senior years. Hali was among only 120 treble singers from the NAfME Eastern Division selected for this honor. She participated in 4 days of intense rehearsals before performing an exceptional concert of diverse music. Congratulations to Hali on this momentous accomplishment!

Kent Art Association Student Show

24 of our High School Art Students recently had work on display at the Kent Art Association's Gallery this past weekend. 
This year we came away with an award of Excellence going to Callie McGuire for her piece "Education of a Princess".
You can see a slideshow of the show & opening reception Here.

Pandaleon & DeMan Represent Millbrook at the 2019 New York State FCCLA Conference

Abigail DeMan and Alice Pandaleon represented Millbrook at the 2019 New York State Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Conference.   At the conference, they took part in workshops on communication and public speaking, culinary demonstrations, website building and team building. The keynote speaker, Jared Campbell provided a truly inspiring musical presentation. Abigail received a Gold Medal for her innovative recycle and redesign project transforming garbage into recyclable grocery totes. Alice continued her leadership journey by being installed as a member of the 2019-2020 NYS FCCLA Executive Council as VP of Parliamentary Procedure & Programs/Peer Education.

Both girls will represent Millbrook and New York State at the 2019 FCCLA National Conference in Anaheim, CA.

IB Chemistry Class Visits Cary Institute

The Millbrook High School International Baccalaureate (IB) Chemistry class visited Dr. Emma Rosi at the Cary Institute to learn about her research on the effects of medicines and drugs in bugs, food chains and our waterways.  Ms. Alonge-Watz, teacher and her class visited the  stream facility and took part in the set-up of her new study on micro-plastics.  This trip gave the class insights into the area of medicinal chemistry, which is an IB Chemistry unit, and helped to make a global connection into the research process on a variety of pharmaceuticals.

Millbrook Central School District Awarded 2019 Best Community for Music Education!

The Millbrook Central School District, for the sixth year in a row, has been named a Best Community for Music Education.


Congratulations and thank you to our Music Department:  Alexis Bresnahan, Dan Dunninger, Heidi Tucci, and Craig Fryer.  Congratulations to our student-musicians for their efforts and dedication to our Music program.  Thank you to the Millbrook Community for their support of the District's Music Program.

Student artwork on display at the Millbrook Free Library

It’s not too late to see student artwork from Elm, Alden, MIllbrook Middle School and Dutchess Day at their annual ART BLAST Art show at the Millbrook Free Library. The art will be on display until April 5th. Check out a photo album of the opening reception here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/BVfVsCACtGsfsecJ8

Marc Molinaro Comes to Elm Drive!

The first grade classes at Elm Drive learned how our food travels from the farm to the market. Marc Molinaro, our county executive, read the book On the Farm, At the Market by G. Brian Karas as part of Agricultural Literacy Week.  We also learned that it takes a lot of hard work to be a farmer! 

Music in Our Schools Month Concert

On Thursday, March 21, 2019, to celebrate Music in Our Schools Month, an instrumental music concert was held in the High School Auditorium.  Attached are two (2) selections performed by the High School Jazz Band:  "The Theme from Rocky" and "You Make Me Feel So Young."  The student-musicians did a great job!  We thank all the family members and friends who attended. Click the links below to view videos of the performances.

You Make Me Feel So Young

Rocky Theme

International Baccalaureate Students Present Extended Essays to the Board of Education

Six Millbrook Seniors presented their extended essays at the March 19, 2019 Board meeting (one student had another commitment).  These students are diploma-bound candidates in the Millbrook High School International Baccalaureate Programme.  Mrs. Georgia Herring, High School Social Studies teacher and IB Coordinator, and Mrs. Sarah Sullivan, High School Library-Media Specialist & IB Extended Essay Coordinator introduced the students.  The extended essay is a major portion of the capstone for this advanced diploma designation.  The students did a great job and we are very proud of them.


Photo:  (left to right):  Mrs. Sarah Sullivan, Maaike Wiltse, Alyson Prockter, Isabella Lucal, Kara Dennis, Talitha Hussey, Angelina Zeolla, and Mrs. Georgia Herring.  Missing from photo:  Gabrielle Friedman.

Millbrook Junior Juliette Valencia Wins SkillsUSA Regional Competition

Junior Juliette Valencia won First Place in the Cosmetology Jr. Competition of the SkillsUSA Area 4 Regional Competition.  We congratulate Juliette for this award!

Millbrook Students Visit the Fountains

Millbrook High School English teacher Maureen Ackerman took a group of students to The Fountains of Millbrook.  Students and residents of the Fountains discussed books that impacted their lives. Following the discussion, students and residents swapped books.  They will read the chosen books and meet again on April 30, 2019 for another book discussion.  This is the third time the group has met.  Some members of the group will form a panel that will meet on May 18, 2019 at The Millbrook Literary Festival.  The students were given a tour of the Fountains with a focus on artwork and sculptures made by residents.  The students and resident enjoyed each other's company!

Emma Sager Wins First Place - District 1 for Voice of Democracy Writing Contest

Emma Sager won First Place in the Veterans of Foreign War Voice of Democracy Writing Contest as an Outstanding Spokesperson for Democracy.  We extend our sincere congratulations to Emma for this earning this award.


Millbrook Girls' Basketball Team wins Regional Title and participates in New York State Final Four Tournament

The Millbrook Girls' Basketball Team participated in the New York State Class C Girls' Basketball Final Four Tournament on Friday, March 15, 2019 at the Hudson Valley Community College in Troy after winning the Regional Championship.  Our Girls did a phenomenal job and we are extremely proud of their great accomplishment!

Millbrook Girls' Basketball Team Heads to New York State Class C Semi-Final Game

The students of the Millbrook Central School District gave the Girls' Basketball Team an enthusiastic send-off to the New York State Class C Semi-Final Game on Thursday, March 14, 2019.  The semi-final game will be held on Friday, March 15, 2019 at 1:30 pm at the Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, NY.    We are extremely proud of this exceptional group of student-athletes and their coaches, and wish the girls well!

Photo:  (Pictured): Coach Peek, Coach Harkenrider, and the Millbrook Girls' Basketball Team.

Millbrook High School Senior Kara Dennis Honored

 Millbrook High School Senior Kara Dennis was honored at the "Love Shouldn't Hurt Conference" on March 11, 2019 at  Dutchess Community College.  New York State Senator Sue Serino recognized Kara for her dedication to and hour of volunteering for the Grace Smith House.

Students Participate in 2019 Elementary All-County Band

Ten Millbrook Elementary students participated in the 2019 All-County Elementary Band Music Festival.  The festival was held at  Haviland Middle School this past weekend.  Our ten students were selected for the 80 member band from a total of 244 students who auditioned for the festival.  We congratulate these ten talented students!

Photo:  (Front row) Dezeray Sharkey, Gionna Amodeo, Lydia Kascsak, Michael Schiavulli, & Jacob Osborn;

(Back row) Ava Green, Julia Crean , Amber Concannon, Clara Sundloff, & Aiden Pfisterer. 

Millbrook Girls' Basketball Team Advances to the New York State Final Four Tournament!

The New York State defending champion Millbrook Girls' Basketball team continued their winning streak by defeating Long Island's Pierson-Bridgehampton easily in the 2019 New York State Tournament on Saturday at SUNY New Paltz College.  With this win, the Blazers have once again advanced to the NYS Girls' Basketball Final Four Tournament in Troy, NY this coming weekend!  The team advances to play in a Class C Semi-Final game at 1:30pm on Friday, March 15 at Hudson Valley Community College.  Given a victory on Friday, the Girls will advance to the 2019 New York State Championship game on Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 7:00 pm at Hudson Valley Community College.  Congratulations Girls!  We are very proud of this great accomplishment! 

Millbrook Middle School Receives Designation as a 2019 Essential Elements School to Watch

The Millbrook Central School District Board of Education and Administration recently received notification and are very proud to announce the following:

“On behalf of the New York State Education Department, the New York State Middle School Association and the entire Essential Elements Schools to Watch leadership team, it is my pleasure to officially congratulate you (Steven Cabello, Middle School Principal) and the Millbrook Middle School community for being designated as a 2019 Essential Elements School to Watch (EE: STW).  This prestigious designation recognizes your continued commitment to enhancing your school program and practices.”

“You have developed a model educational program in New York State that is consistent with the Regents Policy Statement on Middle Level Education, the Essential Elements of a Standards Focused Middle Level School, and the National Forum’s Schools to Watch criteria.  Through this rigorous application Process and your successful endeavors, the Millbrook Middle School will be recognized as both a State and National School to Watch.”

“Your school will be formally recognized and honored at the upcoming National Schools to Watch Conference, June 26-29, 2019 in Washington, DC.”

Phil D’Angelo, Superintendent of Schools proudly stated:  “I thank Steven Cabello, Principal, and the entire Millbrook Middle School staff for their dedication to and commitment in providing our Middle School students with an educational environment that fosters learning and student achievement.  Our students deserve the best!”  

Perry Hartswick, Millbrook Board of Education President shared the following:  “Being named an Essential Element School to Watch is a tremendous honor for the Middle School, but it is also a true recognition of the potential and excellence of the entire Millbrook Central School District.  The Board of Education extends their sincere thanks and congratulations to all the District teachers, staff, students, parents and administrators!”

Legally Blonde at Millbrook High School

Legally Blonde Poster

Mock Trial Team

The Millbrook High School Mock Trial Team presented and argued this year's mock trial case at the Federal Bankruptcy Court.  Chief Judge Cecelia G. Morris presided over the case.  In addition to the thrill of presenting a full trial, complete with the dramatic formality of a fully staffed federal courtroom with technological amenities, the members of the Mock Trial team were given a personal tour of the court and an opportunity to visit with the Chief Judge in her chambers, where she shared photos of herself with Senator Elizabeth Warren and Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O'Connor and Sonia Sotomayor.  This inspirational experience was a “jaw-dropping” experience for the members of the Millbrook Mock Trial Team. Cynthia Rosenzweig is the advisor the Millbrook High School Mock Trial Team.

Kingergarten 2019 Registration


Millbrook Volleyball Team receives Sportsmanship Award!

For the third straight year, the Millbrook Volleyball Team has been honored by being given the Girls' Volleyball Sportsmanship Award by the Mid-Hudson Board of Volleyball Officials.  The Mid-Hudson Board of Officials covers all of Section 9.  The Millbrook Volleball Team has won this prestigious award for the 2016 season, the 2017 season, and now for the 2018 season.  Congratulations to our Volleyball Team!  

Class of 2019 Valedictorian & Salutatorian Named!

The Millbrook High School Principal, Mr. Eric Seipp, is pleased to announce the following:  the Class of 2019 Valedictorian is Emma Sager, and Salutatorian is Patrick Kyle.  Please join us in congratulating these two exceptional seniors for this great accomplishment.

Jr. High All County Music Festival Highlights

Student Artwork Selected to Receive Scholastic Art Awards

This year 14 students had their artwork selected to receive Scholastic Art Awards. This year we doubled the number of Gold & Silver Key winners than we had in 2018!  The Scholastic Art Awards is a visual arts competition open to students in grades 7-12 and is designed to identify students with exceptional artistic talent.  The Scholastic Art Awards is a National program that gives out National Awards and Scholarships, as well as Regional Awards.  The Gold and Silver Key winners will be recognized at an awards ceremony at SUNY New Paltz on Friday, February 8th at 7pm. Their work will be on display in the Fine Art Building Rotunda from February 8, 2019 through March 1, 2019.  We congratulate all of the winners!