Math is everywhere! These math guidelines and resources will help you support your student this summer. Have fun and keep those math skills sharp! Add links.
June 8, 2018, – In the Spring of 2015, the Milton School Committee passed a Residency Policy that states “students who are enrolled in the Milton Public Schools shall be required to re-establish residency prior to entering grades six and nine as well as Milton Public School students who attend school out-of-town*.”
Families who have students in these categories are required to complete the form that will be mailed to their homes (form is also available on the MPS website at www.miltonps.org - go to About and then Student Registration) and provide all necessary documentation. This process, now in its 4th year, is one of the safeguards used by the Milton Public Schools to ensure that all students enrolled in our schools are residents of the town of Milton. Although the re-registration process may be an inconvenience for some families, we hope that residents understand that this is a valuable tool to protect taxpayers in the town of Milton. We work year-round on residency issues and this is simply one more method to assist us with ensuring residency compliance.
Ms. Sarina Burke, MPS Residency Coordinator, will be working morning and evening hours all summer to better meet the needs of parents/guardians schedules. The summer hours for reestablishment starting July 9th are Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 7 -10am and Tuesday evenings from 4-7pm or by appointment at Milton High School. Ms. Burke can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 617-696-4470 ext 5516.
*This includes all students who attend Blue Hills Regional Technical School, Norfolk County Agricultural High School and Special Education out-of-district placements for students entering grades 6 and 9.
The Wait Until 8th pledge empowers families to rally together to delay giving children a smartphone until at least 8th grade. By banding together, this will decrease the pressure felt by kids and families alike over the kids having a smartphone. To learn more, please visit www.waituntil8th.org .
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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.