Brad Spindle will be handling District Wide Registration for Milton Public Schools. As Mr. Spindle will still be responsible for Milton High School’s Main Office, Registration will be by appointment only. To reach Mr. Spindle regarding School Registration, please call 617-696-4470 ext. 5610 or email@example.com.
Please join us Wednesday, October 17th at 6:30pm at MHS for a presentation on College Funding 101. Todd Weaver, from Strategies for College, Inc. , will be discussing what types of funding is available, what forms need to be completed, how to complete them, who should fill the forms out and the timeline for doing this. Every parent/guardian of a high school student should attend this event to learn how to get the most out of their student’s financial aid package. Yes, EVERYONE should file the forms, regardless of income. Do NOT assume you are not eligible! Learn the answers to these questions and more. Students are more than welcome to attend and we hope to see you there.
Governor Baker has announced the first STEM Week in Massachusetts will take place the week of October 22-26th. The MFE Monster Dash, which supports science in our schools, will be a great finale to STEM Week on Sunday October 28th. As a district, we have STEM activities planned all week to highlight the rich ongoing K-12 STEM curriculum.
There is an opportunity for families to visit the labs at Bridgewater State University On Wednesday, October 24th, during STEM Week. The Center for the Advancement of STEM Education (CASE) invites you to Open Lab Night 2018, an event for the entire community, especially K-12 students.
Open Lab Night features hands on activities and demonstrations in biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, geography and astronomy. The new BSU maker space will also be open for tours and demonstrations. This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Parking is available in the Bridgewater State University Parking Garage.
About the Milton Monster Dash & Sam's Fund
The Milton Monster Dash is organized by the Milton Foundation for Education (MFE), a non-profit group that funds innovative programs and opportunities that are beyond the reach of the Milton Public School's budget.
All proceeds of the Monster Dash benefit the Sam Cichello Memorial Fund which was created in 1999 in loving memory of Sam Cichello, a Tucker Elementary School student who died following a playground accident.
To honor Sam’s love of science, proceeds of the Monster Dash-Sam’s Fund support science enrichment in all six of Milton's public schools.
Coming soon to MHS – Les Miserables, School Edition! Four shows in three days, tickets are on sale now in the MHS office during the school day and online.
Pick your show – Thursday, November 1st at 7pm; Saturday November 3rd at 2pm and 7pm; Sunday November 4th at 2pm – and join us at MHS for an unforgettable performance!
November 6th: Healthy Relationships: Talking to Your Kids about the Birds, the Bees, AND the Butterflies with Casey Corcoran
November 26th: Stressed Out – How to Reduce Anxiety in Children with Jessica Minahan
January 7th: Race to Nowhere film screening
Make the Call! Monday-Friday, 9-5
Call the William James College INTERFACE Helpline for free information and provider referrals to a mental health professional
Recent School Committee Presentations
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The Milton Public Schools serves approximately 4,200 students in four elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. In addition Milton offers a developmental preschool, before and after school programs and summer school programs. All six of the district’s buildings have been rebuilt or updated to state-of-the-art facilities.