Buccaneer Tomorrow Sets Dates For Public Meeting

2Submitted by Phyllis Kohel, MSD Superintendent

As the date for the Milford School District referendum approaches, May 5, the School District is actively working with a district wide parent group, Buccaneer Tomorrow, to schedule  additional public meetings to offer information on the upcoming referendum.  The meetings will be held at the Milford Central Academy on March 19 and April 28 at 7pm.  The group will present information regarding the district’s vision, the plan, the numbers, and the referendum.  They will also be available to answer any of your questions.  If you cannot make either of those dates, but would like the presentation to be made directly to your organization or business, please feel free to contact Dr. Phyllis Kohel, 422-1607, to book a date, or go to the www.buccaneertomorrow.com website and request a presentation through the message board.  On that website, you will also be able to view the Power Point presentation or get a facts sheet that answers a number of frequently asked questions.

Please support our efforts in passing a successful referendum on May 5th.  We need your participation and backing.

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