Contact Info
Newbury Elementary School
Phone: 802-866-5621
Fax: 802-866-3345
PO Box 68
Newbury, VT 05051


Special Dates


April 14-18  Spring Break      No School                              

April 26                     OFFICIAL School Day 
8:45 - 1:00 pm     
Parents invited to stay the day!  Watch the Friday Flash for details!

Awesome events planned, Including the first Spring Fling Fun Run (9:30, registration for non-students opens at 8:45) and the Cohass Ceremony Gifting of the Corn to NES (10:30-11:30).

April 29               Budget Information Meeting
6:00 pm    School gym

May 1             Budget Vote
10:00 am - 7 pm  Town Clerk's office
7:30 pm    Annual School Budget Meeting










            





FEATURED QUOTE
     Do you have a poem, story, or quote you'd like 
to see featured?  
Send it to Mr. Lindsley

"If you tell me the sky is the limit that's a lie, 

because there are footprints on the moon."

                                            ~unknown     

submitted by Carissa Lasure

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2014-2015 Kindergarteners

Welcoming the New Knights to Newbury Elementary School 

Newbury Elementary School has the fabulous focus of Education for Sustainability and the exciting experience of flexible groupings in multi-age classrooms.  

Monday, April 28 - 10am - Registration in the NES gym

 Wednesday, May 28 - TBA - step-up day for children and q/a with staff for parents


Our Mission 

Newbury Elementary School is a community of motivated learners dedicated to the development and success of the whole child by promoting a positive climate, staff collaboration, family support, and high standards.


Our School 
Newbury Elementary School is located on the Newbury Village Common in the lovely Cohase region of Vermont along the Connecticut River. Our talented staff is dedicated to a humanistic approach to teaching and learning. We view ourselves as a community of learners and our teachers see themselves as active participants in the learning process. Students learn "how to learn" and are expected to be fully engaged in the process of inquiry and responsible class discussion. Our goal is to enable students to become more active and responsible for their own learning processes. Newbury students have many opportunities to learn from their local community as well. We have many local farms and organizations that invite our students to visit and explore the world outside of school. To prepare our students for the challenges of adolescence, social thinking and personal development is also part of our school's academic focus.