Chorman Receives TOY Honor for MHS

Milford School District teacher Molly Chorman has been named Teacher of the Year for Milford High School. A homegrown girl, Chorman graduated from Milford in 1999. Working in the Milford School District’s financial office during days off in her senior year, she earned a degree in Business Management from the University of Delaware. “Seeing our […]

Committee Recommends New Middle School

by Terry Rogers   On Tuesday, April 2, the Milford Middle School Committee, led by Bill Strickland, voted to recommend to Milford School District Board of Education to seek a Certificate of Necessity to renovate the former Milford Middle School building on Lakeview Avenue into a Grade 5-6 school that could house 1,000 students. “The […]

Jackson-Sample Encourages Students to Try New Foods

by Terry Rogers When Wanda Jackson-Sample moved to Delaware, she initially planned to pursue a career as a nurse’s aide. However, she had let her license lapse which would make that career choice more difficult. A friend told her to look into substituting in one of the cafeterias at Milford School District. Jackson-Sample applied at […]

MSD, CCGM to Hold Job Fair

by Terry Rogers    On Monday, April 8, Milford High School, the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford and the Department of Labor will hold a Job Fair in the Milford High School gym. High school students will be able to visit the Job Fair from 1:30 to 2:30 PM while the fair will be […]

DE Career, Tech Educ in Washington

The Delaware Association of AgriScience Educators recently sent teachers Jay Davis (Smyrna High School) and Chris Stahl (Milford High School) to the 2019 National Policy Seminar, sponsored by the Association for Career & Technical Education in Arlington, Virginia March 24-27, 2019. The event was designed for education professionals to gain insight on new educational law […]

McQueen Focuses on Positives in All Ross Students

by Terry Rogers       Lisa McQueen believes she is at Lulu M. Ross Elementary School for all students, not just those who have presented behavior problems. She has been at Ross for 12 years, starting as a substitute and moving into a position as a 1-on-1 paraprofessional before accepting the job as Ross’ […]

Kids First Academy Honor Roll

Kids First Academy, Milford, Delaware Straight A’s Samuel Dalton-K, Grace Wilson-K, Andrew Williams-5th, Megan Busche-7th, & Trinity Graves-6th Honor Roll Jordan Price-K, Ayden Galloza-2nd, Addison Price-2nd, Madelyn Conley-3rd, Micah Workman-3rd, Kenneth Deputy-4th, John Fitzgerald-4th, Bailyn Moore-4th, Corynn Rothermel-4th, Kyle Turner-4th, Westyn Parsons-5th, Micah Conley-6th, Kian Keller-6th, Donaven Knoeller-6th, Autumn Murray-6th, Grace Workman-6th, Dylan Graves-8th, & […]

Public Notice – School Board Temporary Vacancy

PUBLIC NOTICE   Milford Board of Education TEMPORARY VACANCY – AT LARGE SEAT A vacancy will exist for an At-Large seat on the Milford Board of Education for a temporary term until the conclusion of the 2019-2020 fiscal year. Interested persons shall submit a formal request for consideration of appointment by May 10, 2019 to: […]

Milford FFA Wins at Delaware Convention

The Milford FFA Chapter brought 30 students to participate in the Delaware FFA State Convention that was held at Delaware State University on March 11th-12th, 2019. Milford FFA students competed against over 700 other FFA members from all across the state in Career Development Events, Leadership Development Events as well as were involved in leadership […]

Proposed Middle School Renderings Presented

by Terry Rogers On Tuesday, March 12, the Milford Middle School Committee held a public meeting to continue discussions on the future of the former Milford Middle School building on Lakeview Avenue. At the meeting, TetraTech presented architectural renderings of what the building could look like and cost estimates for the renovations. “We focused on […]

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