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For Special Education Students, Families, and Educators:
Framingham State University will be hosting a Transition Fair at Framingham High School on Saturday, November 8 from 12-3. This fair will provide resources to assist students in reaching their post-secondary goals and transitioning to life after high school. For more information, please see the attached flyer.
Dear Students and Parents,
Picture Day for High School students is scheduled for Tuesday, October 21. All students will be photographed for their ID cards. If you would like to purchase a package, please see the attachment.
October 14, 2014
Dear Millis Families,
Progress reports for term 1 are available on the Millis High School parent portal (https://powerschool.millis.k12.ma.us/public/home.html)
A reminder that term 1 ends on 10/31/14
The following students have qualified for John and Abigail Adams Scholarships as a result of their performance on the 2013 MCAS Exams. The scholarship provides four years of free tuition upon acceptance to a Massachusetts public institute of higher education including a University of Massachusetts campus, a Massachusetts state university, or a community college.
Congratulations to seniors Ivan V. Arkipov, Kyle P. Davis, Louis J. DePace, Rachel E. Matthews, Jonathan K. Steeves, and Alexander R. Truchon have been named Commended Students in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.
20 students at Millis High School have earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams. 19 students in the group graduated from Millis High School as part of the Class of 2014, while one is a member of the current Class of 2015.
The Homecoming Dance is this coming Saturday, October 18 from 6:30-10:30 in the Millis High School Gymnasium. Tickets are $12 and will be sold at lunches during the week. As in the past, we rely on parent donations for the dance. We are asking if freshman parents could donate desserts for the dance and sophomore parents could donate bottles of water (the kids drink a lot of it!).
Fall Virus update
A message from our school physician:
Dear students and parents,
We all follow the reports and the news in the media about the Enterovirus D68 that currently has been detected in 43 states and the District of Columbia. It is at this point very widely spread, so it is fair to assume that there are people who have it around us.
You can help protect yourself from respiratory illnesses, including EV-D68, by following these steps:
To the parents of senior students,
There will be a meeting from 6:30-7:00 PM in room 110 on September 23rd before the High School Open House to discuss the expectations of the Senior Project. This project is a yearlong endeavor and will greatly impact the student's grade in English class. We hope you can make it on September 23.
Victoria Bartley, Stephen Bigelow, and Mike Carter