at Marlboro Elementary
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
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.
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.
The Marlboro Central School District has begun an effort to get all Parents access to their child’s student information through the Student Management System (School Tool) through the Parent Portal application. To assist in this effort, at each Open House there will be a Parent Portal sign up table where staff will be able to assist you in getting your Parent Portal account activated.
Parents should be prepared to show a valid driver’s license at that time. In an effort to increase communication to Parents, please be sure to visit the table to get your account information. In the future, sensitive documents can be shared directly with Parents via the Parent Portal. An example of this would be detailed bus route information.
In addition, by maintaining current contact information such a home phone, cell phone and email address, this will allow the district in moving towards a more paperless communication system through our Connect Ed messaging system. Please assist us in better communicating with you while reducing costs and going paperless! Click here to view the Parent Portal Registration Form
MCSD is pleased to announce that we are temporarily re-opening the playground at the former Milton Elementary School. The Town of Marlborough and the Marlboro Central School District are considering long term solutions that will be beneficial to the children of MCSD and acceptable to both the School District and the Town of Marlborough. We believe that this spirit of cooperation is indicative of the relationship that exists between the two entities and it is one that benefits the citizens of this fine community.
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