The School Committee is holding school specific Transportation and Traffic Safety Advisory Committee meetings for each school community.
Please join us:
Thank you to all who attended Kindergarten information night. The presentation from the information night can be found here. If you still need to pre-register your incoming kindergarten student please email Marti O'Keefe McKenna, Family Outreach Liaison, or call Ms. McKenna at 617- 980- 7343.
Please note that your child must be five years old on or before August 31, 2020 to start kindergarten in September 2020.
Thank you to all who attended one of the 3 recent MPS budget presentations to the community. The PDF of the presentation can be found here.
On Tuesday, February 25th, in the MHS Auditorium at 6:30pm, parents and guardians of current kindergarten students are invited to 1st Grade Information Night to learn about our two first grade programs: the English Innovation Pathway (with STEM & Spanish) and French Immersion. We will also explain the Assignment Plan, Lottery (if needed) and the Timeline. The night will end with a Q/A session. We will also hold a STEM Information Night on March 2nd, in the Collicot/Cunningham cafe, for current kindergarten families to preview an overview of the STEM Program in the English Innovation Pathway and participate in a hands-on engineering activity.
Please join us on Thursday, February 27th at our MHS Program of Studies Information Night. During this evening presentation we will review graduation requirements, course offerings and answer any questions you may have about our program of studies. The presentation will begin promptly at 6:30 pm in the MHS Auditorium. Following the presentation department heads will be available to answer any questions you may have. We are committed to taking comprehensive steps to ensure you have the information to make an informed decision about courses for next year. The MHS Program of Studies booklet can be found here.
Up next in our PARENT Series we welcome Ivy Watts presenting "Breaking the Stigma of Mental Illness: How You Can Make A Difference" on Tuesday March 3, 2020 at 7:00pm in the MHS Auditorium .
Ivy Watts is a former Division II All-American track athlete who appeared to have it all together. Ivy struggled with her mental health as an athlete (anxiety, depression) and will talk about the stigma around mental illness in athletics and the challenge of overcoming her fear to “speak-up”. Ivy will share strategies and resources to help with mental wellbeing.
On March 10th, at Milton High School, the Harlem Wizards will take on the Milton Public Schools staff in an interactive, slam-tastic, family friendly evening filled with music, comedy, tricks, hoops & alley-oops!
The Wizards will be here on March 10, 2020 at 7pm in the Copeland Field House at Milton High School and will play two games against the MPS staff as they entertain the crowd throughout the evening. Wear your school gear or colors and come out and support the home town team - your teachers and principals!