Highlights from 3/17/16 school board meeting

New elementary construction is coming along!
Athletic Update
Extracurricular Update

I was unable to attend the last school board meeting, so I do not have my own update. Thankfully, the meeting did not cover any big or new issues; here is our Communication Consultant Meg Krsacok’s summary of the meeting, which will give you a great idea of what happened.

Also, you can always watch the full meeting on cable or the Internet – Meg lists the info in her summary.


New elementary construction is coming along!

The new Boyd E. Smith & Charles L. Seipelt Elementary schools are coming along on schedule. This month, staff got the chance to walk through the buildings as they begin to dream about their new space and plan for move in this coming August!

I was not able to attend the Boyd tour, but here are photos of Seipelt. Since the two schools are identical and inside decor is not yet done, these will give a good idea of what Boyd looks like as well.

Exciting to see them coming together, and to see the great features our students and staff will enjoy!

Highlights from 2/18/16 school board meeting

Over $7 million from Milford EVSD has been diverted to charter schools
Technology plan will help improve student achievement 
Please support our Autism Behavior Unit
Athletic Update
Extracurricular Update

Below are highlights from the 2/18/16 school board meeting:
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Over $7 million from Milford EVSD has been diverted to charter schools

At the February 18, 2016 school board meeting, the board passed a resolution authorizing the Milford EVSD Treasurer to invoice the Ohio Department of Education a total of $7,757,643 for state and LOCAL funding that has been diverted to community/charter schools (collectively called “charter schools” in the rest of this article) from July 2001 to the present.

We of course have no expectation that this money will be paid; however, we want to call attention, both at the state and local levels, that significant funds are being moved from local school districts to charter schools. This money includes both state funds as well as your own local taxes. Continue reading

Highlights of 1/21/16 school board meeting

Milford students performed well on last year’s revised state standardized tests
New technology will enhance student differentiation & achievement
City of Milford buys property from Milford Schools
BAC recommends selling Milford South
Athletic Update
Extracurricular Update

Highlights from the board meeting follow here:

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