Highlights of 10/18/18 school board meeting

Five-Year Forecast indicates Milford is in sound financial shape
Board approves new brandmark

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Five-Year Forecast indicates Milford is in sound financial shape

A school district’s Five-Year Forecast is filed with the state twice a year – in April and October (the October filing is moving to November next year). The forecast is a planning tool to help districts understand financial trends. However, just like a home budget, a school district’s forecast is just that – a projection that will change over time. Nonetheless, the forecast is very helpful in giving us an idea of the financial health of our district. Continue reading

Board votes on agreement between FC Cincinnati and school district

FC Cincinnati, the local professional soccer team that was recently awarded a franchise for Major League Soccer (MLS) beginning in 2019, has been working to approve a deal to build a world-class training facility and soccer academy in the City of Milford. At the August board meeting, the board voted to approve an agreement with FC Cincinnati. Continue reading

Highlights of 8/16/18 school board meeting

Board votes on agreement between FC Cincinnati and school district
District implements new procedures to increase safety

Other than the two articles linked above, the only other highlight item is the 2019-2020 school year calendar. The calendar is presented to the board and the public for two months before the final vote. This gives plenty of time for comments and questions. The board held a public hearing on the 2019-2020 school calendar at the August meeting. The calendar will have its first reading at the September 20 board meeting, then be approved at the October meeting.

Here is the calendar for review: Proposed District Calendar 2019-20. If you have questions or comments, please contact Superintendent Mrs. House or me.

District implements new procedures to increase safety

A Safety Task Force, consisting of teachers, administrators, two board members and local law enforcement and fire department leaders, including some staff members who are also parents in the district, has been evaluating Milford School’s safety protocols and making recommendations over the past six months. Continue reading

Highlights from 7/19/18 school board meeting

District implements new strategic plan, Portrait of a Graduate
Worried about job loss to Artificial Intelligence?
Superintendent’s Report
No Athletic/Extracurricular reports in July

Here are the highlights from the July 19, 2018 school board meeting: Continue reading