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Teacher honored with National Award

Posted on: October 21, 2019

Congratulations to Lisa Holt-Taylor, third grade science and social studies teacher at Boyd E. Smith Elementary School, for winning the President's Excellence Award in Science! The Presidential Excellence Awards in Science, Mathematics and Engineering are the

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2019 Night of the Stars recognizes distinguished alumni

Posted on: October 21, 2019

The Milford Schools Foundation recognized seven alumni during their Night of the Stars gala in October. Congratulations to the following award recipients: Nancy Meyer - class of 1979, Dave Demaris - class of 1963, Tom Towhey - class of 1977, Bob Battig -

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High School seeking Veterans & Active Military to speak

Posted on: October 8, 2019

Milford High School is seeking veterans and active duty members of the military to speak with social studies classes in celebration of Veteran's Day. Our Veteran's Day presentations to students will be held Friday, November 8. If you are interested in sharing

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Gallery of Eagle Scholars Hard at Work

Posted on: October 8, 2019

Check out this gallery of photos showcasing some neat classroom projects. Our Eagle scholars have been busy learning new things! (Click on each picture to enlarge it and see details.) 

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Fall Break begins Friday

Posted on: October 7, 2019

Fall Break begins Friday, October 11. Students do not have school Friday, Monday or Tuesday. Enjoy the long weekend! 

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District finances are balanced and stableĀ 

Posted on: October 7, 2019

At their May 2019 meeting, the Board of Education approved the district’s Five Year Forecast. The 5-year forecast shows the District has a balanced budget. The forecast also shows that the district is projected to be in deficit spending beginning fiscal year 2021. The District projects that it will have the necessary cash balance to offset the spending deficit for several years. This surplus cash balance will allow the district to continue its operations and the budget will remain balanced. 

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