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Attached please find the 2013-2014 School Improvement Plan for Millis High School.
Millis High School is preparing for re-accreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). We will be hosting a visiting committee of educators in November of 2015 who will evaluate the school's adherence to standards established by NEASC. As part of the process, the school undergoes a self-study to review its programs and practices relative to those standards. An important part of this self-study is a parent survey conducted by Endicott College. Beginning today and running through December 2, 2013, we are asking parents to log into [ ht
We are still missing a large number of Student Contact & Emergency Information Forms. They were mailed home to your student(s) at the start of the school year. This is an important document for us to have in order to be able to contact you in an emergency situation or treat your student if they have a minor injury or illness.
Dear Students and Parents,
Retake day for High School students is scheduled for Thursday, November 13th in the Auditorium.
Seniors who wish to have their photo appear in the yearbook, and have not gone to Vicario Studios, need to make sure they have their picture taken. There is no sitting fee.
Photos will be taken by Paul Vicario, from Vicario Studios in Franklin.
Mrs. Michelle Jones
Congratulations to Jon Baker! He signed his national letter of intent with Boston College today.
From left to right: Jon's mother Carol Baker, Jon Baker, Jon's father, David Baker
From left to right (back row): Athletic Director Chuck Grant, Teammates Gavin Bradbury, Sean Heffernan, Tyler Angel & Chris Ahl
Dear Senior Parents/Guardians,
Your student will be receiving their diploma request form this week in their English class. This form requires submission of their full legal name (first, middle and last) for imprinting on their diploma and cover. It also requires your signature as verification this is the name you want imprinted on their diploma.
I encourage you to have your student complete and return this form back to me as soon as possible. They are due back no later than Friday, November 15th. I've attached a copy for your reference.
You may have heard from your children that we had a plumbing issue in the main hallway of the high school this morning. The science sinks, which are attached to a system completely separate from the town sewage system, experienced a back up from the external tank they drain in to. The custodial staff has worked hard this morning to clear the backup and clean up the water from the sinks in the science classrooms. They are now working to vent the smell from the building. To ease everyone’s mind - the smell in the hallways and classrooms is not sewage. It is
The Girls JV and Varsity teams invite you to attend a special night of Volleyball this Friday, October 4th. They are playing for a cause this week to support the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. Special t-shirts are being sold this week during High School lunches. If you buy a volleyball for a cure t-shirt for $12, you’ll get free admission to the game on Friday. There is no football game that night so please come and show your support and help us beat Bellingham! JV starts at 5:30, Varsity at 6:30. There will be raffles and a pay-to-play tournament.
Picture Day is Wednesday, October 16th!
Dear Students and Parents,
Picture Day for High School students is scheduled for Wednesday, October 16. All students will be photographed for their ID cards. If you would like to purchase a package, please see the attachment.
Seniors who wish to have their photo appear in the yearbook, and have not gone to Vicario Studios, need to make sure they have their picture takew on picture day. There is no sitting fee.
The John and Abigail Adams Scholarship awards non-need-based state-supported undergraduate tuition waivers (at Massachusetts state universities and colleges) to students who are awarded John and Abigail Adams Scholarship by the Department of Education.