Highlights from 2/15/18 school board meeting

Milford Schools to hold forum on safety
Can’t we work to find a real solution to mass shootings?
New Director of Fine Arts, Activities and Assistant Athletics position created
Superintendent’s Report

I was, unfortunately, a victim of the flu during the February 15 school board meeting, so I do not have much of a personal update this month. I am, however, attaching the monthly summary (BOENewsFebruary2018) from Communications Director Meg Krsacok, which provides a great overview of the meeting.

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Milford Schools to hold forum on safety

On Wednesday, March 7, Milford Schools will be holding a forum on safety in our schools. First, we will provide an overview of safety programs currently in place. Then, we will provide an opportunity for the community to share ideas or express concerns. Continue reading

Can’t we work to find a real solution to mass shootings?

Last year was the deadliest year for mass shootings in recent U.S. history, with 345 incidents recorded by Gun Violence Archive. As of today, there have been 34 mass shootings this year, five of them on school grounds during school hours – 55 days into the year! Clearly, something is wrong.

If we want to change this, we need to address the issue head-on, to find non-partisan, evidence-based solutions that will reduce the number of mass shootings in this country. Our national lawmakers continually refuse to appoint a special commission to investigate, or to change the law so the CDC can study this as a public health issue. So instead, how do we get this done? Continue reading

New Director of Fine Arts, Activities and Assistant Athletics position created

The following is a press release re: the creation of a new position, the Director of Fine Arts, Activities and Assistant Athletics.

For a number of years, Athletic Director Mark Trout has been responsible for extracurriculars in addition to athletics. Unfortunately, despite his best efforts, this is just too much for one person. Thank you, Mr. Trout, for your willingness to take on these extra responsibilities – we appreciate it! Continue reading