The Grade 5 Millis Middle School Students made history "come alive" in the 2015 Wax Museum. Over 100 students presented their biographical character presentations in the MHS Gymnasium, where parents, relatives, and friends came to visit. Over the past few months, these students have chosen biographies, then worked on their 'reports' and speeches. A recent "workshop" with Janet Parnes, character actress, assisted the students in developing basic skills to give these glimpses into historical people's lives.
On Thursday, April 9th, Millis High School Counselors, Mark Awdycki and Riley Stevens, handed out the Program of Studies to 8th Grade students and explained the process of course selection for the 2015-16 school year.
The Millis High School scholarship program for seniors is now up and running on our website. Seniors will have until April 30th to apply. Please click here to access the online application. To log on, please use the student's username and password that's used for "itsLearning". If you have any questions, please call Erika Harkey at 508-376-7023. We strongly suggest using the free Google Chrome web browser to access the online applica
The March edition of the Mohawk Post is finally here! Enjoy! Thanks to all who contributed!
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 http://www.millisps.org/cotw
Thank you to our terrific Middle School Writers! After several months of meetings, writing, and peer-editing, they succeeded in creating an awesome magazine!
Here are the Middle School Students who were part of this group:
Baille Burke, Ally Burke, Callie Cassidy, Kaylie Corsi, Tess Day, Michaela Hafford, Kenyatta Harris, Phoebe LaRose, Caroline Lebak, Casey O'Toole, Bridget Welch, Rachel Geddes, Katharine White, Maria Viana.
Please read the attached copy of their hard work!
***New! Check out the Showcase Slideshow, too!******
The Millis Extended Day Summer Program is offering six theme weeks full of fun activities and field trips this summer. Early registration is through May 15. As always, the Program is open to residents of other communities.
Further details can be found on-line at this link.
On Thursday morning, March 12th, 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 2014-15 school year (you can also view the Program of Studies online at www.millisps.org/program. For the past three 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
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. ~