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Secretary of Education Matt Malone visited Millis sticky icon

Secretary of Education Matt Malone visited Millis on Dec. 11th and expressed amazement at what dynamic teaching and engaged learning he saw everywhere he went. We started in the CFB computer lab where Ms. Tashian's students were learning computer programming with Hour of Code with Ms. Granchelli.

Then we were on to second grade and visited Math in Spanish Immersion,

Honoring Millis Veterans

On Saturday, November 15th the Millis Public Schools and Millis Public Library honored Millis veterans with a program that included the Millis Marching Band, Millis Boy Scout Troop 15 for the Presentation of Colors and John Wypyszinski as Master of Ceremonies. Presentations by Millis Veterans Fred Dietzel and Cynthia Harris spoke about their experiences in the Korean Conflict and the USAF Reserve .

Examples of integrating creativity into strong content

Dear Millis Community,

Today at Clyde Brown I observed some great examples of how we integrate creativity into strong content. Please see below.

Nancy Gustafson

   

School Closed Friday, January 3, 2014

Dear Millis Community,

Due to the snow storm that will intensify overnight with strong winds and very cold temperatures, there will be no school tomorrow, Friday, January 3, 2014. Please be safe and stay warm!

Nancy Gustafson, Superintendent
Millis Public Schools
245 Plain St.
Millis, MA 02054

Phone: 508-376-7001
Fax: 508-376-7020

Millis Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation or disability. 

The Power of Gratitude

 

Dear Millis Community,

Winter begins officially on Saturday and I have heard many people mention recently how tired they feel.  I wonder if the long nights and lack of sun affect us in subtle and some not-so-subtle ways. Our hectic lives don't seem to allow for the slowing of pace that the cold months warrant. If animals can hibernate, can't we at least slow down a bit?

Millis Reads!

 

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. 

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