"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


Toy Project

Welcome to the Brandon Toy Project! This is a program based entirely in the Brandon area and funded through donations from local folks. The only goal of the project is to assist parents who are in financial difficulty to provide their kids with a joyous Christmas. We realize we can’t do it all, but we can help fill in the cracks.

We are doing things a little differently this year. Parents who would like their kids to receive gifts should call Stacey  at 247-3145 or Colleen at 623-6358. They will need to give us the name, address, age, grade and size of the child, as well as the name of the one person who will be in charge of receiving gifts for the child. We will also need a phone number where the adult can be reached. Kids in Brandon and Forestdale, up to 6th grade and 12 years of age qualify. The people who are choosing the gifts for the child will be contacted and given details.

Then, on Dec 22nd, Santa will arrive and the kids attend a party just for them at the Brandon Inn!

If you would like to donate to the Toy Project with a monetary donation, or with the donation of new toys, still in the box, please contact Colleen at 623-6358 or you can mail it directly to the Lake Sunapee Bank, c/o Brandon Toy Project, PO Box 9, Brandon VT 05733.

Lets all work together to make this the best Christmas ever!!!!!!!

Neshobe School

Principals Corner

December is a short school month (15 school days, weather permitting) with many exciting events: the third and fourth grade annual Holiday Sale, Oliver Twist play, fifth and sixth grades Winter Concert, and the Holiday Dinner.  There are two events for the Brandon Community being held at Neshobe:  Efficiency Vermont’s presentation and the Brandon Farmers’ Market.  The Neshobe School Board is hosting three public forums to share information about our school and budget planning for the 2015-2016 school year.  We hope you will be able to attend one of the forums to learn more about Neshobe, the budget planning process, and share your thoughts and ask questions.  If you are unable to attend one of the forums and would like information or have questions, please contact a board member

or me. 


Students go out to recess on a daily basis and need winter jackets, hats, mittens or gloves, and boots.  It is helpful to have an extra pair of mittens and socks in backpacks.  We have a large collection of lost and found items in the front lobby.  We have added a shelving unit where all items can easily identified and (hopefully) taken home.


Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union and Neshobe School are committed to engaging all stakeholders in the education of our students.  Only when we build strong relationships with our students, staff, families and community members can we make the changes we need to reach every student.
Let’s Talk! is one tool available for you to provide feedback on our schools.  It should not replace other interactions, such as phone calls, face-to-face meetings or email.  It is a place where you can come anytime, day or night, and tell us what’s on your mind.  Once you click on the Let's Talk! button on the website, identify your needs and make a submission, the proper person or department will be notified.  If you request a response, you will hear back from us in a timely manner. Your thoughts matter to us!  Let us know what is on your mind, any time, any day, at Let's Talk! @ 
www.rnesu.org or the Neshobe website.  Let’s Talk! will be launched on December 1.

Neshobe School Guidance

Please contact our Guidance Counselor, Ms. Spaulding, with any questions and/or concerns.

Thank you.