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Kindergarten Registration for September, 2016

Our Kindergarten Registration for September 2016 will be conducted in March. Below is the schedule of dates and times:

Monday, March 7th 8am-12pm; 1pm-2:30pm
Tuesday, March 8th 8am-12pm; 1pm-2:30pm; 4pm-6pm
Wednesday, March 9th 8am-12pm; 1pm-2:30pm
Thursday, March 10th 8am-12pm; 1pm-2:30pm

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

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

1) Original birth certificate with the raised seal OR passport;
2) Immunization record;
3) School tax bill OR lease OR mortgage statement;
4) Utility bill (electric, cable, water, fuel)
5) Registration Affidavit (notarization required). Can be downloaded from website (millbrookcsd.org) or emailed, upon your request, prior to registration .

If you do not have these items, you will be asked to return at a later date.

After we have compiled an official list of prospective students, we will notify you about our Kindergarten Screening Process. Screening will be scheduled at the end of April. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Mrs. Hartswick, Central Registration at 677-4225, ext. 5101.

 

MMS Students Win Second And Third Place In Writing Contest

Skyler Fountain and Tyler VanDeBogart won second and third place in Teaching The Hudson Valley's Writing About Place contest. This is quite an accomplishment! Here's link to their blog. , http://www.teachingthehudsonvalley.org/places-they-love/. Their writing efforts have won the entire 7th grade a field trip to one of their favorite places; either the town of Washington Park or the LaGrange Baseball fields.  Congratulations Skyler and Tyler!

MMS Award Winner MMS Award Winner

 

20th Annual 5th Grade Basketball Tournament Held At Alden Place Elementary School

This year marks the 20th annual 2-on-2 5th grade basketball tournament at Alden Place under the direction of Ms. Noel. Fifty-seven participants competed for the first-fourth place bobble-head trophies. Sophie Gareri and Paige Hay took first in the girls bracket while Justin Steiner and John Connally won the boys division. Sadie Krueger and Matthew Dignan won the sportsmanship awards. The 5th grade team and various other staff at Alden coordinate the tournament by scoring, drawing up brackets and supervising.

5th Grade Basketball Tournament

6th Grade Students Study Ancient India

On January 20, 2016, Sam Heady and his mother, an employee at MMS, gave a skit on an Indian merchant sale exchange to Miss Hicks' 6th grade Social Studies class. The performance included clothing from the era along with accessories to match our Social Studies unit on Ancient India. This project exhibited student creativity and application of the Ancient India content.

MMS Skit MMS Skit
MMS Skit MMS Skit

MMS Celebrates No Name Calling Week

Students at Millbrook Middle School are celebrating No Name Calling Week this week. No Name Calling Week is celebrated by students all over the U.S. this week to help bring attention to the importance of being kind to others and to help us remember that we all have one name, our name.

On Tuesday, students wore their superhero T-shirts so they could be a superhero and stamp out name calling. On Wednesday, January 20th, after school in the MMS cafeteria, students will participate in a No Name Calling Poetry Slam. All are invited to attend. On Friday, students will put name calling to bed by wearing their pajamas.

Our students are really cool because they know there is no place for name calling in our school!

Super Heroes

Elm Drive Students Have A Writers Workshop Celebration

First Graders had a Writers Workshop Celebration to share their All About Books. The non-fiction books included a table of contents, zoom in page, parts of page and a glossary for their fancy words. The students wrote pieces about their expertise in different areas. The first graders shared their writing and knowledge with Kindergarten students. Each first grader wore a sign to advertise what they were an expert in and then read their writing to the younger students. Some of the subjects first graders chose to write about were planets, guinea pigs, making pizza and hockey. The first graders did an excellent job teaching others from their books. The children were proud teachers and their teachers were very proud of their work as writers!

Writers Workshop Celebration Writers Workshop Celebration

Please Join Us For Family University On Wednesday, January 13th!

2016 Family U

MHS Choirs Performed A Winter Concert In Albany

On Monday, December 21, the Millbrook High School Concert Choir and Madrigal Choir traveled to Albany, NY to perform their winter concert at the Empire State Plaza! The Choirs were excited to share the holiday spirit and an excellent performance in the Capitol with visitors, family, and friends!

MHS Choir MHS Choir

2014 & 2015 MHS Alumni Visit Our Seniors

MHS School counselors organized a fun and information program for their seniors before the Winter Recess. MHS graduates from the class of 2014 and 2015 returned to discuss the transition to college. Current seniors prepared questions in English and social studies classes regarding college life, academics, personal and social experiences. Alumni from the military and workforce were also represented. It was a successful and insightful event! Thank you, seniors and Alumni!

Senior Alumni Visit Senior Alumni Visit

Model UN Club Visits The French Consulate

Members of the MHS Model United Nations Club delivered Mr. Pandaleon's memory book to the Deputy Counsel of the French Consulate in NYC last week. The book has pictures and messages of support for the French people from the Millbrook community. MUN members Sophia Bucklin, George Ouimet, and Christian Smith volunteered to act as real-life delegates as they met with Mr. Yann Yochum and other consulate officials, who then offered a gift in return: a book about the Consulat General de France a New York, which details the long-standing Franco-American alliance.

MHS Model UN Club

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