Please join us for our first "Literary Arts Night" on Wednesday, May 4th, from 6:30-9:30 PM in the MS/HS Library and area. This is a showcase of Middle and High School students as well as local professionals in music, vocals, performance and literary renditions, presented a "coffee-house" style! Everyone is welcome to attend! Food and beverages will be available, and donations are appreciated.
Please enjoy our April issue! Thank you to our editorial staff: Carolyn Hayes and Emily McCabe, co-editors; writers and staff: Phoebe Chestas, Justin Matthews, Lyntessa May, Emily Miga, Brenna Nelson, Jess O'Reilly, Anna Pasquantonio, Madeline Pudelka, Georgia Riordan, Madison Scholfield, Alyessa Silver, Elsie Slowe, Lucy Slowe, Elina Tavarez, Kelli Sullivan, Abby Wine.
Our next issue is our SENIOR edition and we are encouraging your input for photos, "shout-outs" and special senior moments.
Please contact our staff if you are interested in joining!
Attention Seniors - local scholarship opportunities are up and running on the Millis High School website. Seniors have until April 27th to complete scholarship applications online. Use the following link: http://www.millis.k12.ma.us/services/guidance/scholarships
If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Harkey in the School Counseling office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 508-376-7023.
Mike Feeney is the Director of the Bureau of Air Quality at the Mass. Dept. of Public Health.
You can view his presentation given at the March 22,2016 Millis School Committee meeting here, and download a copy of his presentation and report below.
On the morning of March 28th, Millis High's School Counselors, Mark Awdycki and Riley Stevens, handed out the Program of Studies to students in grades 9-11 and explained the process of course selection for the 2016-17 school year (you can also view the Program of Studies online at http://www.millisps.org/program). For the past four years, we have successfully run online scheduling for the students through PowerSchool. We will be using the same process again this year. Teacher recommendations have been made and are posted in the course registration area of each individu
Dear parents, caregivers and community members,
Last week a team from the Bureau of Environmental Health at the Department of Health performed another site inspection at the Clyde Brown Elementary School. The Director of the Indoor Air Quality Program, Mike Feeney, will be at our next School Committee meeting on Tuesday, March 22nd at 7:30 to present the findings and to answer questions.
Based on discussions at the public forum held on February 28, 2016, the school department has reached out to the Department of Public Health (DPH) to assist us in providing additional guidance on addressing the concerns of mold at the Clyde Brown school that the school department has been working on over the course of this school year.
The Release Notification Form (RNF) and Imminent Hazard (IH) Evaluation that was submitted to DEP is available here:
You can download the FAST report submitted by the Department of Environmental Protection here.