Marlboro Central School District Students Grades 3-8 Investigated, Built, and Explored with Marist Students at STEM Fair
On Wednesday, April 22, 2015 the Marlboro Central School District hosted a STEM Fair in celebration of Earth Day for students and their families in grades 3-8. Marlboro students were invited to investigate, build, and explore with future Marist teachers.
Marlboro High School Students are Inspired to Work Together
Mrs. Ruth Faircloth from the Migrant Ministry in Poughkeepsie spoke to 9th graders on Monday and 10th graders on Tuesday about the issues of poverty and treatment of Migrant workers living in Marlboro ( She is a graduate of MHS ).
Marlboro Middle School Students Raise Money For A Cure
Marlboro Middle School’s
National Junior Honor Society hosted the Pennies for Patients Program as a way to give back to the community. The entire school donated change to support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's mission: to find cures and ensure access to treatments
for blood cancer patients. As a way to collect more money, a contest was held where the staff member that received the most money in their jar would have to dress like a donkey. Mr. Saulpaugh won and had to dress like a donkey for a day. A total of $1287.30 was raised for the LLS by the Marlboro Middle School.
Marlboro High School's Spanish Honor Society Induction
The Rigoberta Menchú chapter of the National Spanish Honor Society of Marlboro High School, inducted 23 students on April 12, 2015. The following students were inducted: Tayo Akinboboye, Abby Borchert, Brandon Brybag, Billie-Jo Buttner, Erica Lamela, Gina Martuscello, Bryanna Mazzella, Stephanie Milazzo, John Mooradian, Christina Petrucci, Bennett Petzold, Allison Phillips, Liana Rodelli, Jack Rusk, Julia Rusk, Rachel Sandri, Michael Santiago, Christopher Schlappich, William Schlappich, Diana Serdah, Garrett Smith, Joshua Smith, and Onorino Tamburri.
IBM Engineers Visit MMS
On April 13, engineers from the IBM Corporation visited Marlboro Middle
School as a part of IBM’s E-Week (National Engineer’s Week). IBM
employees volunteered to visit classrooms to promote Math, Science,
Engineering, and Technology through fun, engaging, hands-on activities.