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Milford School District held its Inaugural We are Milford Day at Milford Central Academy on November 2. The event began with a 5K run and continued with activities for families. Event goers were welcomed by the Milford Community Band as they had an opportunity to talk with first responders from Delaware State Police, Milford Police Department and Carlisle Fire Department. Teachers, staff and administrators greeted families with entertainment, food and information on family and community services available.

 

“The We Are Milford Day was an exceptional event.  We had a great day and a terrific turnout from our district,” said MSD Superintendent Kevin Dickerson. “The Milford School District is grateful and fortunate to represent an outstanding community.”

 

 

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