"A school climate that recognizes and values the inherent dignity of each individual is everyone's right. Creating such a climate is everyone's responsibility."

Neshobe School
17 Neshobe Circle 
Brandon. VT 05733

802/247-3721







Neshobe School




Principals Corner


Happy New School Year!

Every year I look forward to the start of the year with great anticipation and excitement. An amazing amount of work by the custodians and staff has taken place over the summer to have the buildings, classrooms, and instructional planning ready for the arrival of our students.  Our dedicated PTO ensured that the playground equipment areas were covered with a thick layer of new wood chips and safe for the first recess.

Thank you to all of our families and community members for participating in the Hannaford Helps Program. This spring we received $1,000 from Hannaford Supermarkets. It was used to purchase the materials to build benches and picnic tables for the playground area and the court yard between the main building and the brick building. This creates outdoor learning and recess opportunities and for use by our families after school hours. Two of the tables have a board in the center for checkers or chess. These tables were built and sealed by a person who donated his time and expertise to the children of Neshobe School. 

There is a raised garden area on the back side of the main building. It was planted by last year’s sixth graders as part of Graduation Challenge with Miss Spaulding. It was cared for by some of our families and Miss Spaulding over the summer. The harvest is now being used in the lunch program.  We have also received new picnic tables from the Harvest Program for this outdoor classroom.

On August 27, all of the buildings and grounds came back to life with the return of our students!

 

Reminder:

Please register your child/ren if you haven’t yet. It is important that we have up to date information. Thank you!

We have created a Neshobe Elementary Facebook page as another way to connect with our families and community.









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