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Alden Place Elementary School's Annual Talent Show

Alden Talent Show

Alden Place Elementary School had their annual Talent Show on February 20th. Students in grades 3-5 entertained the audience throughout the evening by singing, playing instruments, dancing and performing comedy skits. It was an enjoyable evening for everyone involved.










First Grade Students Visit the Millbrook Public Library

First Grade Students visit the MPL

Mrs. Dorsman's First Grade students visited the Millbrook Public Library on February 20, 2013. During their visit, Mrs. Frenzel read a book to them titled, Knuffle Bunny. The book was about the adventures of a little girl and her toy bunny that goes everywhere with her.




A Special Valentine's Day Tradition in Mrs. Link's Class

Mrs. Link's Valentine's Day TraditionMaryellen Link’s Fifth Grade students received Valentine’s Day cards that she personalized specifically for each of them. Mr. D’Angelo, Superintendent of Schools, passed them out for her. The cards were composed of specific personality traits that each student possesses. Mrs. Link discussed with her class the thought process she used to write the cards. She also shared that these cards are a view into who each student is based on their special personality “gifts”. Mrs. Link told them to refer to the cards when they are having a difficult time or when they want to regain focus. She told them that these cards are “gifts” to let each one of them know how much of a “gift” they are to the world! Special memories for a lifetime!

6th Grade Virtual Field Trip

Mr. Yager's Virtual Field Trip

The 6th grade students in Mr. Yager's class took a virtual field trip to the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Alberta Canada on February 14, 2013. Students traveled back in time through the Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic Eras. They spent a considerable amount of time in the Mesozoic Era examining dinosaurs, bones and fossils from the Jurassic and Cretaceous time periods as they interacted, via distance learning, with science educators from the museum.  The Virtual Field Trip was provided at no cost to the District by Core BTS.



Volleyball Team honored by the Dutchess County Legislature

Volleyball Team Recognized

On February 11, 2013, the Dutchess County Legislature honored the Millbrook Varsity Volleyball team for their phenomenal season. Each student-athlete was presented with a personalized certificate. Legislator Kelsey read a proclamation recognizing the team. The event was a great tribute for the student-athletes and their coaches.

Board of Education Members Recognized

School Board Members receive award

Mr. Joseph Forte and Mr. John Rudy were recognized for excellence by the New York State School Boards Association and the Millbrook Central School District during the February 4, 2013 Board of Education Meeting.  Mr. Thomas Hurley, Board of Education President, presented them with the New York State School Boards Association's Board of Excellence Award.  The District wants to thank them for continually striving to enhance their knowledge and skills of school board governance. 

Coach Shawn Stoliker Recognized

Coach Shawn Stoliker Recognized

Shawn Stoliker, physical education teacher at Millbrook High School was recognized by Mr. D'Angelo at the January 22, 2013 BOE meeting for his successful season as coach of the both Regional and Sectional Volleyball team. Coach Stoliker has been praised not only for his skill as a coach, but for his commitment to teaching his team good values and sportsmanship. This past year he received the Poughkeepsie Journal Coach of the Year award, which is voted on by all the coaches in the league, demonstrating his collegiality and good sportsmanship.

School Safety


The Millbrook Central School District Board of Education and administration are committed to provide a safe environment for all students, faculty, and staff.  School districts are required to have both district level safety plans and school level safety plans.

We are in the process of revising all of our safety plans.When completed, we are going to have them reviewed by law enforcement officials. Once law enforcement officials have reviewed our safety plans and made recommendations for revisions, we will make the necessary changes and share the information contained in our plans, as appropriate, with our school community.

We will review the plans, in great detail, with our faculty and staff so that they have a good understanding of the practices and procedures included in the safety documents. We are also going to conduct actual safety drills with our students, faculty, and staff. Safety drills will include: evacuating from one building to another, lock-downs, and sheltering-in-place.

Millbrook High School Engraved Bricks Program

MEF Logo

The Millbrook Educational Foundation invites you to become part of our Walk of Pride fundraising campaign to benefit the Millbrook Central School District. Proceeds will be directed towards worthy programs and other initiatives for the Millbrook Central School District. To commemorate your contribution, an engraved brick will become a permanent part of the new Millbrook High School.

Brick orders are being accepted on an ongoing basis.  Print the Engraved Bricks Order form to participate.

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