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.

How does our school board work?

I made the following statement at the October school board meeting. If you still have questions about how the board works, or any other questions, please ask.

There has been recent discussion that the school board is not transparent and is not discussing items during our meetings. I wanted to address this. I apologize for this long statement, but there are several important topics I’d like to cover. Continue reading

Highlights from 3/14/19 & 4/18/19 school board meetings

Common questions about the Milford Schools bond issue
Cost of proposed Middle School
Milford Schools Master Building Plan: How did we get here?

Here are highlights from the 3/14/19 & the 4/18/19 school board meeting: Continue reading

Common questions about the Milford Schools bond issue

During this levy season, I have been asked a number of questions about the 4.7 mill bond issue the school district has placed on the ballot. I wanted to address the most common questions here; in addition, please visit the district website bond info (there are videos and lots of other sub-menu items), plus be sure to read the FAQs. Continue reading

Milford Schools Master Building Plan: How Did We Get Here?

In January, the Milford School Board voted to put a 4.7 mill bond issue on the May 7, 2019 ballot. The bond issue would generate just under $98 million to build a middle school to replace the current Milford Junior High School; build a 1,000-seat auditorium to be shared by the high school and new middle school; renovate part of the unrenovated section of the high school; replace parts of the roof and the HVAC in the high school; and replace/renovate several athletic facilities. This bond is not part of the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC) partner program where the district would receive a percentage of qualified building costs (27%) back from the state. Continue reading