|Terry Kruszynski||Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent|
Dear Parents and Community Members:
It is an honor and privilege to serve as the Milford Exempted Village School District Superintendent. My guiding principle has always been and will continue to be that every child has unique gifts and can develop the skills to achieve their dreams.
I am grateful to the Board of Education for placing their faith in me to continue the excellence of our school district. I am also thankful for Dr. Robert Farrell for his leadership and mentorship.
It is my goal to work in partnership with the Board of Education, community, and school personnel to continue the upward trajectory of excellence and innovation not only within the classroom but also in our many co- and extra-curricular opportunities.
As we build on our successes, high academic standards, fiscal transparency and responsibility, and community involvement will remain as top priorities. Our schools must remain safe places where students are engaged, encouraged, and challenged to meet the standards for college or a career after graduation. Our goal is to build trusting, productive, and sustaining relationships that demonstrate support for students and parents.
I am honored and humbled to have this opportunity to lead our wonderful school district. Delivering excellence will be our priority, and I look forward to achieving this together.
Milford's leadership team identified eight core beliefs to guide our school district and SMART Goals for 2016-2017. Go to the link below for the core beliefs and SMART goals approved by the Board of Education at the August meeting.
Milford Schools is proud to present the fourth edition of the Quality Profile, an overview of what makes our district unique with highlights of the quality education and services offered during the 2015-2016 school year.
"The Quality Profile is a great reflection of who we are as a district from our amazing STEM offerings to our stellar creative and performing arts programs. It not only showcases our academic offerings, but the service learning and community service programs that make our district stand apart," said Milford Superintendent, Nancy House.
Milford is one of approximately 70 school districts throughout Ohio releasing a Quality Profile, a comprehensive, community-oriented companion to the state’s Local Report Card. The profile includes additional accountability measures that better define a high-quality education and are not included in the state’s report card.
The Quality Profile helps characterize the overall educational value of public education beyond standardized testing. The content is based on six categories: academics, arts, fiscal stewardship, parent and community involvement, student leadership and activities, and student services.
The Alliance for High Quality Education sponsors the Quality Profile. This statewide education consortium works to improve educational opportunities for students and to represent member districts on matters of educational policy and funding.