Newbury Elementary School
PO Box 68
Newbury, VT 05051
Thursday, Dec. 12 - Holiday Concert 6:30 PM
Students should be dropped off at their classrooms at 6:15 pm or soon after. However, classroom doors will not be opened until 6:15 pm. If families arrive earlier than 6:15 pm, students will need to be supervised by parents until classrooms doors are open. Thank you for your cooperation.
Thursday, Dec. 12- Annual Book Swap
In the cafeteria, immediately following the Holiday Concert.
We are collecting kids books in good condition for this event. Please drop them off at the school, thanks!
Do you have a poem, story, or quote you'd like
to see featured?
Send it to Mr. Lindsley
"As I walked out the door toward the gate
that would lead to my
I knew if I didn't leave my bitterness
and hatred behind, I'd
still be in prison."
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NES Student Council Food Shelf Drive
Student Council is sponsoring a Food Shelf Drive. Please donate
non-perishable goods here at school. There are boxes in classrooms and
next to the office trophy case. Thank you so much!
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.
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.