Marlboro Central School District

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MCSD Highlights 


Marlboro Middle School Welcomes Incoming 6th Grade Students 
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On August 27, 2015 at  the  Marlboro Middle School incoming sixth graders and their parents were welcomed by their teachers, staff, Principal,  Debra Clinton, Vice Principal, Dave Saulpaugh, Superintendent of School, Michael Brooks, and Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Robin Hecht.  Students were given tours by the Marlboro Middle School's National Junior Honor Society Students while parents were given important facts about the middle school. The faculty and staff are excited to begin the 2015 -2016 school year and look forward to working with this new class of students.
 Marlboro Students Attend the 2015 National FCCLA Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C.




Seven Marlboro students attended the 2015 National FCCLA (Family Career and Community Leaders of America) Leadership Conference and Competitions in Washington DC this summer along with over 7000 members and advisors.  Five MCSD students competed in STAR events (Students taking Action with Recognition). Alisa Jennison and Nicholas Mackey received a Silver medal in National Programs in Action. Emily Rifkin received a Silver medal in Recycle and Redesign. Margaux Snow and Ellie Keating received a Silver medal in Focus on Children.  Stephanie Milazzo was part of the STAR Event room consulting team and Michael Ercolani participated on the National Nominating Committee. Michael’s job was to determine which candidates would move on to become the National FCCLA Officers for the 2015-16 school year. Throughout the year, FCCLA members tackle issues such as teen violence prevention, traffic safety, family issues, career exploration and more. FCCLA programs and competitions enrich student learning, improve self-esteem, and serve students with a range of ability levels, economic situations and cultural influences.
Marlboro Middle School S.T.E.A.M Camp
6th, 7th, and 8th graders from the Marlboro Middle School were given the opportunity to attend the first Marlboro Middle School S.T.E.A.M Camp from July 21st to July 23rd.  Students were engaged in hands on science, technology, engineering, art, and math activities.  Dr.  Chesky, SUNY New Paltz professor and Mr. John Cantone and Mr. Antonio Mazzarelli from IBM helped give our students a college and career perspective.     
Marlboro Middle School Students Create T-Shirts to Display What They Learned 
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As an extra credit project, sixth grade math students at MMS made their own Common Core Math
t-shirts. Their teachers, Mrs. Porcelli and Mrs. Keane assigned the culminating project and students not only created the shirts, but wore them to show some of what they learned this past year. 
  Senator Larkin Visits the Marlboro Middle School
 On June 5, 2015 Senator William Larkin visited Mr. Paltridge and Mrs. Kane’s 7th grade classes at the Marlboro Middle School.  The Marlboro Middle School's Student Council with help from the co-advisor, Mrs. Gina Hansut, sponsored this event.   Senator Larkin took the opportunity to speak to the students about how lucky they are to live in America.  He reminded them that they are the future of our county.  His words were heartfelt when he said that they have great responsibility including family, school and being good citizens.
Congratulations to Margaux Snow  NYSAFCSE Student of the Year
 Every year members of our local NYSAFCSE - HVNE (New York State association of Family and Consumer Science Educators Hudson Valley North East honor outstanding family and consumer science students from their respective schools. Students are chosen for outstanding class work, being a helpful member of the classroom, FCCLA accomplishments and generally being a great student. Margaux Snow is just that student. She does outstanding class work. Is always ready to lend a helping hand, a has competed in MYS FCCLA STAR Events by working with a kindergarten class on healthy snacks and will be competing in Washington DC.  
 Marlboro Middle School Share Math Books with Kindergarten Students

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On June 3, 2015, students from Mrs. Porcelli’s 6th grade ELA class at the Marlboro Middle School visited Mrs. Daley's Kindergarten at Marlboro Elementary School to read math stories. The books were written by the 6th grade students as part of a project using NYS  Common Core Kindergarten Math Standards.

 Marlboro Central School District Stuffed the Bus  

Thank you to all the students, parents, staff, and community members that came out today to STUFF THE BUS.  Today's Stuff the Bus Food Drive helped support the Marlboro Central School District's Back Pack Program for Food. 
Marlboro Middle School's Health Fair

On May 21, 2015 the Marlboro Middle hosted their third annual Health Fair.  Sixth, seventh and eighth graders were educated by local organizations on the latest information in health and safety.  The following organizations that played a role in the health fair are the Marlboro Police and Fire Department, Wiles Chiropractic, Leukemia Society, Battle of the Belts - SUNY Ulster, Central Hudson, Dolson Avenue Medical, Mrs. Ann Marie Festa, R.N., The Greater Hudson Valley Family Health Center The Epilepsy Foundation, and Mobile Life.

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On May 14, 2015 students of the Marlboro Middle School proved that Marlboro’s Got Talent! Nineteen students demonstrated their talents in front of a crowd made up of community members, parents, and students.  Three “celebrity judges” who included Ms. Robin Hecht, Director of Curriculum, Mr. John Marallo, MMS Math Teacher,  and Mrs. Melanie Oneto, MMS Cafeteria staff gave students positive feedback on their acts.  
Honoring Students with Admirable Traits
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Thursday, May 14,  2015 the Marlboro Middle School hosted their eighth annual S.W.A.T. Breakfast.  S.W.A.T. recognizes Students with Admirable Traits.  Twenty-one students from the Marlboro Middle School were selected by their teachers, from all curriculum areas, for exhibiting admirable traits both during and beyond the school day.  The Marlboro Middle School strives to encourage students to possess admirable characteristics that will support their development into successful citizens.

Marlboro High School and Marlboro Middle School Students Learn Anti Bullying Awareness from Allyson Pereira
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On May 11, 2015 Marlboro High School and Marlboro Middle School welcomed Allyson Pereira, a woman who was awarded the "Rising Young Woman of Change" from the NJ State House Assembly for her work in anti bullying awareness & helping change NJ's Sexting Law.  Students in both schools had the opportunity to hear Allyson's story first hand.  Her message was very clear, think before you post or send.  
Marlboro Central School District Students Grades 3-8 Investigated, Built, and Explored with Marist Students at STEM Fair
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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.
  Sept. 1st, 2105 - First Day for Faculty & Staff
Sept. 2nd, 2015 - First Day for Students
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 Board of Education Workshop Meeting

The Board of Education of the Marlboro Central School District will hold a  workshop meeting on Thursday, September 3, 2015, in the Town of Marlborough meeting room, lower level of the Marlboro Central School District Administrative Office Building, 21 Milton Turnpike, Milton, NY  12547 at 7:30 p.m.

The main purpose of the workshop is to discuss potential agenda items for Board action at the monthly regular meeting scheduled for Thursday, September 17, 2015. 

The public is cordially invited to attend. 

 Marlboro Welcomes our Interim Elementary Assistant Principal,
Dr. MaryAnn Wilson
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Mary Ann Wilson as Interim Assistant Principal for Marlboro Elementary School. As a retired educator, Mary Ann brings to us a wealth of experience that includes early childhood/special education teacher, assistant principal, principal, college professor and assistant superintendent. Her most recent full-time position was Assistant Superintendent for Instruction at Orange-Ulster BOCES. For the past 3 years she has served as an interim or a consultant in a number of districts in Orange and Rockland counties. 
Though very sorry to see him go, we are pleased for Darren Corsetti, our previous Assistant Principal, who is now the Principal at Cornwall-on-Hudson Elementary School. We are continuing our search for a full-time replacement but until that time, Mrs. Toombs and Dr. Wilson, along with the faculty and staff,  are eagerly awaiting the arrival of students for another successful school year at Marlboro Elementary School. 

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