The May Spring recital from Ms. Copice’s Terpsichore group was an exquisite display of interpretation of music and dance. Twenty students from throughout Millis schools participated in this evening that showcased solo and ensemble dances. Musical pieces were composed by Pachelbel, Rahman, Lords and Orff.
Go to http://www.ustream.tv/channel/MillisEvents to view Class Day and Graduation Ceremonies for the class of 2016!
Please enjoy the Senior Edition of the Mohawk Post and thank you to our Senior Editorial crew: Co-editors Carolyn Hayes and Emily McCabe and Senior staff members Lyntessa May, Brenna Nelson, Jess O'Reilly, Elsie Slow and Abby Wine. Other staff members include Phoebe Chestas, Abigail Keenan, Justin Matthews, Emily Miga, Anna Pasquantonio, Madeline Pudelka, Georgia Riordan, Madison Schofield, Alyssa Silver, Lucy Slowe, Elina Tavarez, and Kelli Sullivan. Newsprint copies available in the library.
Madeline Hurwitz has made a literary journal for her senior project. You can view it here!
Congratulations to our CFB teacher, Miguelina Hernandez, and our library aides, Kathy Boissy, Marianne Lejsek and Maria Neville, who were the 2016 Millis honorees for the Norfolk County Teacher's Association annual awards banquet. This year's Student Nominee was Lyntessa May, a senior.
Thank you for all your help, dedication and assistance throughout the year. The Millis Teachers Association is proud of our award winners!
Traci Wojciechowski, a Prevention Specialist” from Caron Student Assistance Program brought the PREP (Prevention, Resources and Education Program) workshop for parents to the Millis High School Auditorium on May 11. Traci educated the audience of teachers and parents about current facts around substance use among teens in the country and provided guidance and strategies for being proactive. Read more here...
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.
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.