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Big Blue Day Was Celebrated at MHS!

MHS Big Blue Day

MHS Interact Club Students Organized Memorial 5K Race

Scott Meyer Memorial RaceThe first annual Scott Meyer Memorial 5k Race was held Sunday June 5, 2016. The High School Interact Club organized the event under the supervision of George Ouimet, Interact President. It was a hugely successful turnout! Proceeds benefit the Scott Meyer Memorial Fund at Grace Church in Millbrook.

Board of Education Confers Tenure Upon Mrs. Sullivan

Mrs. SullivanAt the Board of Education Meeting of June 6, 2016, Mrs. Sarah Sullivan was awarded tenure in the Library Media Specialist Tenure area.  Pictured here is Mrs. Jennifer Leggett, Millbrook Teachers' Association President, congratulating Mrs. Sullivan on this significant achievement in her career.

Congratulations Mrs. Sullivan!

MHS Environmental Club Attended Jewelry Workshop

The Millbrook High School Environmental Club attended a "Reused, Renewed, Repurposed Jewelry Workshop" hosted by Emma Crawford, an artist member of Arts-Mid Hudson with a BFA/MS from Pratt Institute. Students used their creativity to reinvent jewelry!

Environmental Club Environmental Club
Environmental Club

MMS Students Participated In Peer Mediation Training

Twenty-three 5th, 6th and 7th graders participated in a twelve hour Peer Mediation Training at Millbrook Middle School this past week. The training was conducted by expert mediators from the Mediation Center of Dutchess County. These students now have the skills to assist their peers in a formal way when conflict arises . Students received certificates of completion and are now prepared to make our school an even better place to learn! A huge thank you to the Millbrook Educational Foundation for funding this event and to Mrs. Hains for bringing this training to the students of Millbrook Middle School.

MMS Peer Mediation Training MMS Peer Mediation Training
MMS Peer Mediation Training

Millbrook Interact 5K Fun Run - June 5th



Millbrook Interact 5K Fun Run

To benefit The Scott Meyer Memorial Fund of Grace Episcopal Church

Date: June 5th, 2016. Rain or shine - be prepared!

Time: Kid’s Run - Registration at 7:30 AM, race begins at 8:30 AM
         Adult Run - Registration at 7:30 AM, race begins at 9 AM.


The Millbrook Central School District Board of Education, Administration, Faculty and Staff thank the community for supporting the 2016-2017 school budget by a vote of 351 yes votes and 95 no votes.

Congratulations to Deirdre Houston & Paul Tobin for being re-elected to the Board of Education, and Perry Hartswick for being elected to the Board of Education for his first term.

Thank you for all you do to support our students.

Philip D. D’Angelo, Jr.
Superintendent of Schools


MHS Spring Arts Festival 2016

This year's High School Spring Arts Festival, once again, was enjoyed by many supportive parents and community members. The Performing and Visual Art collaboration showcases our student's talents in the Arts. To view a Slide-Show of the artwork exhibited please, visit our Art Departments Video Library on the District web-site or link directly from here: 2016 Spring Arts Festival.

Spring Arts Festival
Spring Arts Festival
Spring Arts Festival

MMS Participated in Anti-Bullying Hero Walk

On Saturday, April 30th Millbrook Middle School students, parents and staff participated in the Anti-Bullying Hero Walk sponsored by the Mediation Center of Dutchess County. It was a beautiful day to support the mission of the Mediation Center while enjoying the Walkway Over the Hudson. Millbrook Middle School's Peer Mediation Club promotes events like this one which help foster a climate of good character in our school. Thanks to all who participated!

Anti Bully Hero Walk Anti Bully Hero Walk
  Anti Bully Hero Walk

MCSD Faculty, Students & Community Members Plant Trees and Shrubs

The Millbrook Central School District was awarded a Trees for Tribs Grant. This grant provides funding for the planting of over 200 trees and shrubs along the East Branch of Wappinger Creek (between the Millbrook Middle School & Alden Place School).

The purpose of the project is to protect the watershed for Wappinger Creek. The area will also serve as a Science Nature Area for students.

We would like to thank Mrs. Harkenrider & her Middle School students and Mr. Arnstein & his High School students for their help with the planting.

We would like to thank Mr. Michael Rubbo for his help in writing and managing the grant. He was the impetus for our application for the grant. We would also like to thank the Mrs. Jennifer Rubbo, Ms. Beth Roessler, Ms. Beth Ziehl, and Ms. Tess Webb for their help with the project.

  Trees for Tribs
Trees for Tribs Trees for Tribs
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