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

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Highlights from 6/21/18 school board meeting

Milford HS to eliminate class rank, Valedictorian/Salutatorian 
Superintendent’s Report
Athletic Update
Extracurricular Report – no report in June

Besides the presentation on the change to class rank (link to article above), the only other item to note from the June 22, 2018 school board meeting is that financials for the 2017-2018 fiscal year are on track to close out on budget. The end of the fiscal year is June 30; final budget status will be available after books are closed and balance.

Highlights from 5/10/18 school board meeting

Business Advisory Council recommends creating task force to explore later school start times for MHS/MJHS
Teenage brains are still developing
Superintendent’s Report
Athletic Update
Extracurricular Update

The following are the highlights from the 5/10/18 school board meeting: Continue reading

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