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Superintendent

Nancy House

Superintendent

Nancy House     Superintendent
Phone:   513.831.1314
Email:   house_n@milfordschools.org
     
Terry Kruszynski   Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent
Phone:      513.831.1314
Fax:   513.965.6159
Email:   kruszynski_t@milfordschools.org

 

Dear Milford Residents,

A successful school district places a high degree of importance on ensuring that all children have the opportunity to reach their full potential inside and outside the classroom to prepare them for life in a diverse and dynamic world. At Milford, we are extremely proud of our continued academic success, our students’ community service, and how we are fiscally responsible with taxpayer dollars.

In 2020, we are excited to build upon our accomplishments, and we want to share with you the district’s priorities for educating and producing tomorrow’s graduates and workforce. It is more important than ever to communicate and update the entire community on how we fulfill our mission, which is why in February 2020 we launched our first edition of Milford Matters, providing district residents with a snapshot of the state of our school district on topics that matter most. We intend to follow this publication with periodic mailings throughout the year, to share stories from our classrooms and keep you updated on our student’s accomplishments and important district news. You can also sign up to receive our monthly e-newsletter by clicking here.

As always, we encourage all residents to become involved in educating our students. We welcome everyone to support our Eagle athletes, artists, future scientists, and entrepreneurs at the various events held throughout the school year at our buildings.

Nancy C. House, Superintendent

 

Milford School District's Core Beliefs 

  • We believe that children are at the center of everything we do, and our practice should reflect their best interests. 
  • We believe that character is important, and schools can help shape a child’s character. 
  • We believe that service to the community is important. 
  •  We believe that all financial decisions should reflect prudent fiscal management and be based   on providing the best educational opportunities for children.
  • We believe that schools must partner with the community to provide the most optimal educational experience possible. 
  • We believe that schools should be welcoming places with a positive climate.
  •  We believe that schools are places for the education of children, not for adult employment. 
  • We believe that every school employee has the capacity for leadership.