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New Student Registration Dates - Summer 2014

New student registrations will resume on Monday, August 25th from 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Please report to the Elm Drive Elementary School with the following FOUR mandatory items:
1)Original birth certificate with the raised seal OR passport
2)Immunization record
3)School tax bill OR lease agreement OR mortgage statement
4)Utility bill (Central Hudson OR Cablevision, etc…)


In addition to the required documents above, there is a registration packet with forms to be completed. If you would like these forms in advance, they are available in the Main Office at all of our buildings, or you may download them from our website.


MCSD Students Shine at FCCLA Nationals!

MCSD's FCCLA chapter qualified 3 students to represent the state of New York at the FCCLA National Leadership Conference in San Antonio. From July 5-11th. Mr. Judge and his students attended leadership workshops; participated in leadership building activities with students from across our state, met and interacted with students from across the country, explored the culture and history of San Antonio, listened to nationally recognized motivational speakers, and participated in STAR Events. This conference had over 7,500 young people from across the country united for one cause; building leadership skills in students through the areas of Family & Consumer Sciences.

As a result of their exemplary efforts, both Andy Outwater and David Haetty (soon to be freshman) earned a silver metal in their events. Competing at the national level was a very rigorous process as the students participating are the "cream of the crop" from each state. They represented Millbrook and our state very well. Mr. Judge would like to thank all of the people who supported their trip. This event was, without a doubt, transformational for everyone involved.


Please Join Us for Graduation Day - June 28th

MHS Graduation

Please join us this Saturday at 10:00 a.m. on the West Lawn of Alden Place Elementary School for the 2014 graduation ceremonies. This graduation is a celebration of their entire K-12 school career and the wonderful teachers, staff and community members that have supported our graduates over the years to help develop them into the confident young people they are today.

I look forward to seeing many of you on Saturday!

Sandra Intrieri, Principal
Millbrook High School


First Graders Visit Innisfree Gardens

Innisfree Gardens 2014

The first grade classes recently visited the Innisfree Gardens in Millbrook. Each child was a scientist who observed, explored and recorded their findings during a three mile walk around the lake.

They enjoyed a beautiful day in a very beautiful place!











Third Graders Study The Butterfly Life Cycle

Butterfly FarmButterfly Farm










The third graders celebrated their study of the butterfly life cycle with the release of butterflies. The last few weeks the students have watched the caterpillars grow from tiny hatchlings to large caterpillars, morph into chrysalides, and emerge as beautiful painted lady butterflies. Students were able to observe up close as the butterflies drank nectar from the garden in front of the school. What a wonderful way to end the year!



Dr. Ackerman Recognized at the June 16th Board Meeting

Plaque presentation to Dr. AckermanDr. Ackerman was presented a plaque by Board President, Mr. Hurley, Board Vice President, Mr. Rudy, and Superintendent of Schools, Mr. D'Angelo, at the June 16th Board of Education meeting.  The plaque was inscribed with the following:

Recognition for Service
to the Students of the Millbrook Central School District
Dr. Christine M. Ackerman
for Outstanding Vision, Dedication, & Commitment to Excellence
Millbrook High School Principal 2008-2010
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction & Pupil Personnel Services 2010-2014

Mrs. Hotaling and Mr. Fiorenza Honored

Awards of ExcellenceAwards of Excellence were presented to Mrs. Hotaling and Mr. Fiorenza at the June 16th Board of Education meeting for their work on the Senior Internship Program in MHS this year. 

Ms. Intrieri, Mrs. Hotaling and Mr. Fiorenza were applauded by the Board and administration for initiating this worthwhile project.  Congratulations!

Alden Student Submits Article to Time For Kids Magazine

Jakub Kowalski, a.k.a. Kuba, just submitted an article he wrote for the popular magazine Time For Kids. The magazine is holding a contest to "hire" kid reporters from all over the U.S. to write for next year's issues of TimeFor Kids (TFK). Kuba is an English language learner, currently in 5th grade, who moved to Millbrook from Poland only 3 and a half years ago. His love for writing became evident in every single assignment he would have. Students in Mrs. Wyman's ESL class used TFK articles throughout this past school year, and that is where Kuba read about the contest. He approached Mrs. Wyman who excitedly told him to apply. Please read for yourself what event Kuba chose to write about and what an outstanding job he did writing this article... Good Luck Kuba with your future writing endeavors!


Click HERE To Read Kuba's Article



End of the Year Celebration Held for First Graders

2 by 2 ZooFirst Grade students from Elm Drive Elementary School went to the Washington Town Park to enjoy an end of the year celebration.  The 2 by 2 Zoo was there to the delight of the students and staff!  At left is Mrs. Schindler and Mrs. Carney holding a baby kangeroo.

Millbrook Middle School Arts Festival 2014

Spring Arts Festival

The annual Millbrook Middle School Spring Arts Festival was held last Wednesday, June 4th, in the Millbrook Middle School Auditorium. The night included Art displayed from Grades 6-8, Computer Arts 6 and Enriched Art 8. The 6th Grade Band and Chorus, 6-8 Select Chorus, and 7/8 Band and Chorus had a great final concert of the year. This was Craig Fryer’s last middle school performance. Thank you Mr. Fryer!

 Please click the link below and choose “MS Spring Arts Festival 2014” to view a slideshow of the night, as well as videos from previous art shows this year.



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