Voters approve the Clyde Brown MSBA Project sticky icon

The voters approved the Clyde Brown MSBA project yesterday 359 to 285.  The next step is a special Town Meeting at 7:30 on March 9th in the MS/HS Auditorium. Please view the information to the right as well as the three videos titled "CFB Building Rationale", CFB Project -  Ed Rationale" and "CFB Project School Committee" which can be viewed at the following link

MHS Partners with Chyten for Test Prep Starting in March sticky icon

Millis High School is partnering with Chyten Educational Services to provide MHS students with SAT and ACT test preparation programs.

Chyten provides the following options:

SAT Preparation Classes: Classes begin in March and are taught by Chyten's most experienced tutors. SPACE IS LIMITED. Enrollment is offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

Millis Gr. 7 and 8 Book Group rescheduled to Feb 24th sticky icon

Please note: with the recent weather conditions, the Grades 7 and 8 Book Group will be meeting on Tuesday, Feb 24th, from 2:30!to 3:30 pm in the School Library. Students may read either "The Great Molasses Flood" or "Dark Tide", by Stephen Puleo.

Books are available through the School Library and the Public Library. This book group is part of the "Millis Reads" program and is open to any student or staff in grades 7 and 8.

Clyde F. Brown MSBA Project Update- 1-6-15 sticky icon

At last night’s Board of Selectmen meeting, the Board of Selectmen voted their intent to hold both a special election on February 23, 2015 and a special town meeting on March 9, 2015 to fund a feasibility study under a 2013 grant proposal submitted to the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) for renovation and repairs to the Clyde F. Brown School.

Clyde F. Brown Massachusetts School Building Authority Project sticky icon

In May 2014 the Millis Public Schools learned that the MSBA was extending an invitation into the funding process for the town’s 2013 Statement of Interest.  The 2013 Statement of Interest was submitted on April 5, 2013 and outlined the need to repair major building systems and to alleviate overcrowding at the Clyde F. Brown School.  In its 2013 SOI Millis requested funding for either a renovation or addition at the Clyde F. Brown School to address the following three priorities:

MSBA Information Session rescheduled to February 3rd

The Clyde F. Brown MSBA Information Session, originally scheduled for Tuesday, January 27th has been rescheduled to Tuesday, Feb. 3rd from 10:30 - 12:00 at the Millis Public Library

A special election is scheduled for Monday, February 23rd and a special town meeting on Monday, March 9th. Voters will be asked to decide on whether or not to fund a $1 million district-wide feasibility study. ~

Junior Parent College and Post-Secondary Planning Night Presentation

The Millis High School Counseling Department hosted a College and Post-Secondary Planning Night for parents of junior students (class of 2016) on Thursday, February 5th, at 6:30pm in the Middle/High School Auditorium.  If you missed the evening, you can find a copy of the presentation linked to below.

Aspire Results Handed Out

Sophomores received their Aspire results during the school day on Thursday, February 12th.  Everyone that took the exam received a four-page score report, along with a guide to understanding their Aspire results.  If you have any questions on the results or the Aspire in general, please don't hesitate to contact the School Counseling Office at 508-376-7023.  If you need further help interpreting the Aspire results, the guide linked to below is very helpful.

Secretary of Education Matt Malone visited Millis

Secretary of Education Matt Malone visited Millis on Dec. 11th and expressed amazement at what dynamic teaching and engaged learning he saw everywhere he went. We started in the CFB computer lab where Ms. Tashian's students were learning computer programming with Hour of Code with Ms. Granchelli.

Then we were on to second grade and visited Math in Spanish Immersion,

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