About Andrea Brady Milford School Board

Welcome! I have served as a board member for the Milford (Ohio) Exempted Village School District since 2010. My goal with this blog is to keep our community informed about what is happening in the district, as well as share information on education in general. Contact me at andrea @ andreabrady.net.

Highlights of 12/14/17 and 1/18/18 school board meetings

Superintendent’s Report
Board approves BAC recommendation to commence branding effort
Too much screen time is, indeed, not good for you
Athletic Update

Extracurricular Update

The holidays took over in December, and I never did get the 12/14 meeting information out – so here it is, along with this month’s update. Operations in the Milford EVSD continue along a strong and steady path – thanks to our administrators, who have directed us toward continuous improvement in both educational results and fiscal management, we have now had years headed in the right direction. Continue reading

Advertisements

Board approves BAC recommendation to commence branding effort

Last year, local attorney Geoff Pittman was named Chair of the Business Advisory Council (BAC), a group appointed by the board to provide business perspective on a variety of issues. One task they were assigned was to evaluate the efficacy and potential costs/benefits of clarifying the district’s image, awareness, and presentation to the community (i.e., the district’s “brand”). Continue reading

Too much screen time is, indeed, not good for you

Does spending too much time with a screen – playing video games, on social media, texting, even watching TV – decrease happiness? Many people are likely to say of course – and now a new study among 1 million 8th, 10th, and 12th grade students has proven this out. Continue reading

Congratulations, Eagles Football!

After the game against Anderson Friday night. Photo from Milford Athletics Twitter feed

A huge congratulations to our Milford Eagles football team and new head coach, Tom Grippa, who beat the previously-undefeated Anderson last Friday, bringing the team to 8-1 overall, 6-0 in the Eastern Cincinnati Conference! With one more game this coming Friday (v. W. Clermont at home), the Eagles are projected to make the playoffs for the first time since 1986 … and if they win this Friday, they win the ECC title outright! Continue reading