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What’s New at MES?

Reminder
Three important messages from Marbletown school
11/13/2017
Upcoming events at Marbletown
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2017-2018 YMCA School's Out Program Information
2017-2018 YMCA School's Out Program
08/21/2017
The YMCA will be offering before and after care at Marbletown Elementary School for the 2017-2018 school year.
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Last 2 dates for MES Summer Book Exchange
08/01/2017
The most important skill for your child to practice this summer is reading. Each student in kindergarten through second grade was sent home on the last day of school with a clear plastic bag with three books. Those books are tailored to your child’s current reading level. We have two more opportunities for students to come and exchange those books for new ones as part of Marbletown’s Summer Book Exchange Program.
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MES Kindergarten Jump Start Program - Summer 2017
07/05/2017
Jump Start is essentially a condensed day of Kindergarten. It enables students to become acclimated to our building and the Kindergarten program. Students get to interact with Kindergarten teachers and make new friends. Activities are educational and fun!
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MES Office Closed
06/26/2017
The office at Marbletown Elementary School will be closed June 26th – 29th. See you in July!
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District News

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HS Incident Update
11/14/2017
Please note the attached analysis report related to the incident at the High School from Dr. Michael O'Rourke, Administrator/Staff, Industrial Hygienist, Ulster BOCES Risk Management.
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High School Update
11/13/2017
At about 2:00 PM today, smoke was detected in the High School Auditorium. All students were safely evacuated and dismissed.
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Rondout Valley Safety Drill Overview
11/07/2017
Yesterday the District conducted an unannounced safety drill at the District Office, High School, Intermediate School and Junior High School. You may not know but districts are required by state regulation to conduct several unannounced safety drills in each building during the school year.
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