Thanks to everyone who participated in the Barnes & Noble in Bellingham Book Fair! The Fair is STILL open for online purchases, through Thursday, Dec. 12th, at www.BN.COM/Bookfairs. Include our BOOK FAIR ID# 11205085 to give credit to Millis Public Schools Libraries. This fundraiser, in its seventh year, raises monies for both school libraries.
In conjunction with our community "Millis Reads!" event, all CFB students and their families are invited to participate in our CFB Family Grit Project.
This project is designed to promote family conversation around Paul Tough's 7 Traits That Build Character, which are discussed in the community book read How Children Succeed: Grit, Curiosity and the Hidden Power of Character.
The Millis Public School District is undertaking a comprehensive analysis of our facilities and current and future needs. To make this analysis as accurate as possible we need your input. We ask that you click on the link below for a survey, which will only take about 10 minutes of your time. Please respond by Nov. 15th. We appreciate your input on this very important matter!
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Together- You Can Do Anything!
Team Hoyt visits Millis
On Friday, November 8th, the Millis Middle/High School will be hosting “Team Hoyt”. This father-son team began running marathons in 1977, with Dick Hoyt pushing his son, Rick, in a wheelchair. The team will present to students in Grades 5-12 at the school. Then, on Sat., Nov. 16th, Team Hoyt will be at the Millis Public Library at 1 PM for a public performance. (Reservations required – please check their website, www.millislibrary.org.)
The Millis High School Counseling Department will be hosting Financial Aid Night on Thursday, November 14, at 6:30pm in the Millis High School auditorium. Justin Munio of the Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority (www.mefa.org) will be on hand give an overview of the financial aid process, including types of financial aid, how to apply, and determining financing options for your family. Families are encouraged to download a copy of the PowerPoint Presentation or e-book beforehand at www.mefa.org/seniors.
Please follow the link below to see the latest "Clip Of The Week"!
Dear Millis Community,
We are very excited to be collaborating with the Millis Public Library to organize our first ever Community Book Read! Throughout Millis educators, parents, community members and even some students are now reading a book that illuminates the factors that are keys to success in life and explores some ideas for helping youth develop those attributes.
Attached please find the Athletic Fields Usage Presentation that was done by the Athletic Director, Chuck Grant, at the 9/17 School Committee meeting.
JOIN US in our first ever Community Book Read! Find out about some of the great ways families and schools are developing grit, curiosity and the "hidden power of character" to help our youth succeed in life!
What is Millis Reads?