The Milton Public Schools aims to be an EQUITABLE school district.
Working relentlessly to provide ALL learners access and opportunity to reach their full potential, feel safe, is welcomed, and can thrive in ALL spaces.
The Milton School Committee and Superintendent James Jette are committed to lead the Milton Public Schools – in partnership with families, staff, and the community – in becoming an anti-racism school district.
This section highlights earlier, ongoing, and upcoming work in:
Prevention of harassment, bullying, and discrimination
Related issues about positive school culture and climate
On July 8, 2020, the Milton School Committee unanimously passed a resolution affirming its commitment to anti-racism, in solidarity with school districts across the Commonwealth. The resolution was revised to be more inclusive. The new resolution affirming its commitment to anti-racism was presented at the October 6th, 2021 School Committee.