April 11, 2017
Middleburgh Central School District Community School/Afterschool Program
will now include afterschool tutoring in math and ELA for high
school students (readying struggling students for Regents and final exams) and two adult evening programs for
residents of the Middleburgh community who are
interested in developing their computer skills or working out the
day’s stress with free Zumba classes.
Monday and Wednesday
evenings, beginning Wednesday, April 26, from 5 to 7 p.m.,
will be reserved for adult learning on computers; simply come to
Jr./Sr. High School and head to the upstairs computer room
(Rm. 232). Ella Malark will be teaching adults the ins and outs of computer literacy.
Bring your ideas to the first computer literacy meeting about
what you would like to learn.
Zumba classes will be held on Thursday evenings
beginning Thursday, April 27, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the
Middleburgh Elementary School cafeteria, led by Michele Mix --
get ready to bring your energy for a thrilling workout!
Registration for the student tutoring program is
through this link
, and students must be fully registered to
attend. Afterschool tutoring will begin on Tuesday, April 25 and will be
held from 3 to 5 p.m., Monday-Thursday in the Jr./Sr. High
School. Buses are provided, but
drop-off points must be observed
as students will not be bused to their homes. Fill out student
forms online now to get your child registered.