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Governor Carney announced last week that students will not be returning to school on May 18th and school buildings will remain closed through the end of this school year. With this announcement, Milford School District schools will continue to engage students in remote learning opportunities throughout the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. A reminder that Milford School District’s end date for seniors who have work completed for graduation is June 5th, for seniors needing extended time to fulfill graduation requirements is June 15th and for pre-K through grade 11 students is June 19th. A summer graduation ceremony is scheduled for June 18th at 6 pm. At the beginning of next week, Milford High School will be surveying senior families regarding graduation and senior end of year events.

The Delaware Department of Education further conveyed that a team of stakeholders across the state will be convened to collaboratively plan for the remainder of this school year, assess transition, and continue to adjust and transform practices for the return to school once public health officials determine it is safe to return. MilfordLIVE will bring readers details as they evolve at https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/category/schools/ and https://www.facebook.com/MilfordLive/.

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