Congratulations to our talented students who earned a Gold Key, Silver Key, or Honorable Mention in the 2015 Scholastics Art Competition! Featured-Amanda Bauer-"Multiplicity"  Read more...

Kindergarten Registration for the 2015-16 school year begins January 20, 2015. Beginning in the fall, the district will offer a full-day kindergarten option for parents. Read more...

Congratulations to Meadowview teacher, Jen Bruce, for being inducted into Winthrop University's Athletic Hall of Fame for her accomplishments on the basketball court.

Seipelt 2nd graders finished up their economics unit by taking turns buying and selling goods/services in a mini-marketplace. They had fun being consumers and producers and using what they learned to make financial decisions!

Fourteen Milford student-athletes were named Fall All-Stars by the Cincinnati Enquirer with five 1st team selections, three 2nd team, one 3rd team and five honorable mentions. Read more...

Milford sophomore Mollie Baker's photograph was selected as Top 100 in a national contest from more than 1,200 entries and will be featured in a gallery. Read more...

On September 30, Charles L. Seipelt Elementary School was named a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School! Seipelt is one of just 239 Elementary Schools from across the nation to be named an Exemplary High Performing School. 

Seipelt Elementary has had a banner school year! The National Title I Association named Seipelt a National Title I Distinguished School by the Ohio Department of Education.  Read more...

On November 14, Milford High School Marching Band performed in the preliminary round of the Bands of America Grand National Championships in Indianapolis and qualified for the semi-finals along with the other top bands in the nation!

2014 Milford grads Thomas Moore & Ty Helton were together again...as rivals this time at the Army vs. Navy football game on Dec. 13 Thomas Moore, on the left, attends the Naval Academy and Ty Helton, on the right, attends West Point. 

Seipelt staff and students celebrate their distinction as a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School!

Milford students are involved many activities outside of the classroom. Claire Striet, a MJHS 8th grader, headed to Atlanta in January to compete in a National Theater Festival with her performance troupe from Cincinnati's CCM.

Check out our Quality Profile - a comprehensive, community‚Äźoriented addition to the state’s Local Report Card. Read more...

News & Announcements

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2015 Scholastic Winners!

Congratulations to our talented students who earned a Gold Key, Silver Key, or Honorable Mention in the annual regional 2015 Scholastics Art Competition! Milford boasted 6 Gold Key winners, 10 Silver Keys and 17 Honorable Mentions! Gold keywinners will move on to the National Scholastics competition in March. Check out the beatiful work of our six Gold Key winners...Amanda Bauer, Colleen Grimm, Elizabeth Kinslow, Miranda Kunes and Leah Pentecost, who earned two!

You can see the winning regional artwork on exhibit at the Art Academy of Cincinnati, 1212 Jackson Street, in OTR, January 23-February 6. Exhibition hours can be found at www.artmachineinc.org.

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Kindergarten Registration Begins January 20

Kindergarten registration for Milford EVSD begins on Tuesday, January 20, 2015.  The district is beginning kindergarten registration early this year to facilitate the planning of our kindergarten classes for the 2015-16 school year which, for the first time, will include a full-time kindergarten tuition option.

To schedule your appointment to register your child for kindergarten, contact Jay Batterson at (513) 576-4178.  Registration will take place at the Milford EVSD Board of Education Office at 777 Garfield Avenue.

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Milford Student's Photo Recognized in National Contest

Congratulations to Milford High School sophomore Mollie Baker, whose photograph below was selected as Top 100 in the Drexel University high school photography contest exhibition. She is one of only four students representing Ohio, and her work was chosen from more than 1,200 entries! Mollie's photograph, "Young Music" will go on to compete for top prizes and will hang in Drexel's Philadelphia photography gallery from February 7 through March 6, 2015.

The photo was taken at Prince of Peace Church in downtown Cincinnati during the New Voices program. Milford junior Sydney Pachta is the student featured in the photograph.

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Seipelt Receives Another National Honor

Seipelt Elementary has had a banner school year. In September, the school was recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School. Next, the Ohio Department of Education named Seipelt a High Performing School of Honor. Now,the National Title I Association announced that Seipelt has been named a National Title I Distinguished School by the Ohio state Department of Education. Seipelt is one of up to 100  schools throughout the country that is being nationally recognized for exceptional student achievement in 2014.

 

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A Note from the Nurse on Flu Season!

Flu season is quickly approaching. We have seen an increase in illness in our schools and community and would like to be proactive in the spread of Influenza. 

  • If your student is diagnosed with Influenza (type A or type B), please inform your school nurse and keep your child home from school for at least 24 hours after their fever (above 100°F) is gone. 
  • Fever should be gone without the use of a fever-reducing medicine.
  •  If you have any questions please contact your health care professional or the nurse at your school.
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Photo Students Partner with Multiple Disabilities Class to Showcase Beauty

Internationally-acclaimed fashion photographer Rick Guidotti has photographed many of the world's most elite super models. He began focusing his lens on the beauty of those who have genetic, physical, and behavioral differences, which has inspired millions around the globe to reinterpret the meaning of beauty. Guidotti shared his work and message with Milford High School photography students in September.

To further extend Guidotti’s message into the high school curriculum, a Photography I class partnered with Milford High School’s multiple disabilities classrooms and learned about the technical aspects of portrait photography and explored the idea of real beauty. Click on read more to see these amazing photos.

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No School-President's Day

Monday, Feb 16, 2015

End of Third Quarter

Friday, Mar 13, 2015

Spring Break Begins

Monday, Mar 30, 2015

Classes Resume

Monday, Apr 6, 2015