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!”

 
Photos:  Group Photo:  Board President Perry Hartswick, Principal Steve Cabello and Middle School Staff.  Seated:  Superintendent of Schools - Phil D'Angelo, Principal - Steve Cabello, and Board President - Perry Hartswick.