Kick Butts Supports Raising Smoking Age

by Terry Rogers On Tuesday, March 5, members of the Kick Butts Generation Club from Milford High School stood with Governor John Carney as he announced his support of Senate Bill 25 which would raise the legal age to purchase tobacco and vape products to 21. The goal of the legislation is to protect youth […]

Headless Horseman rides into Milford

Second Street Players Children’s Theater will present The Legend of Sleepy Hollow adapted by Vera Morris based on the tale by Washington Irving. Performance dates are March 15, 16, and 17 . Curtain is at 7pm for the Friday and Saturday shows and 2pm for the Sunday show. Due to renovations at the Riverfront Theater […]

Milford School District Promotes “Spread the Word” Campaign

by Terry Rogers  Milford School District is working with Special Olympics to promote the “Spread the Word to End the Word” campaign, a national measure that advocates eliminating the word “retard.” Marcy McKee and Emily Coverdale, Milford Central Academy Special Olympics Coordinators, say that use of the word is offensive. “End the “R” word advocates […]

Committee Seeks Rehabilitating former Middle School

by Terry Rogers   On Tuesday, February 26, Milford Middle School Steering Committee held an update meeting at the Milford Central Academy to provide the public with information regarding enrollment, capacity, growth and the steps necessary for school construction. This meeting is aimed begin the process of returning the former Milford Middle School building for […]

FFA Hosts Greenhand Ceremony

On Wednesday February 27th, 2019, the Milford FFA Chapter held their Greenhand Ceremony at the Milford High School Cafeteria at 6:00pm. Officers started the ceremony by performing official FFA Opening Ceremonies. The FFA Creed was recited by two of the Greenhand recipients; Sundene Lodge and Kayla Jefferson. The Greenhand Degree Awards Ceremony recognized students who […]

MHS Teacher Academy Mentors Students

Milford High School Teacher Academy students participated in mentoring 5th grade students today at Ross. MHS students talked about what they do when they are stressed. Incorporating technology, they created slide shows with photos, music and descriptions of what to do to relax.

GOTR Motivates Young Girls

Milford native Lauren French doesn’t stop with just making strides with students during the school day. French, a fourth grade teacher at Mispillion Elementary school, is also a coach for the Girls on the Run. “I really believe in it,” said French. “Starting a program like this for girls this age is so important.” Girls […]

Marine Science discussed at MSD Science Night

Republished from UDAILY,  Article by Adam Thomas Photo by courtesy of Katherine Hudson February 15, 2019 University of Delaware graduate student Katherine Hudson remembers participating in a hands-on scientific activity looking at neutrally buoyant plankton when she was growing up. So when she and a few fellow Blue Hens were asked to help with Milford […]

Career and Technical Education Month

Each February, the Career and Technical Education community celebrates CTE Month® to raise awareness of the role that CTE has in preparing our students for careers and college. Milford School District will be highlighting six of their CTE Majors. The School of Agriscience offers our students courses of study in Agriculture Structures and Engineering, Greenhouse/Horticulture […]

Gentleman’s Leadership Teaches Life Skills

By Taylor Shunk Robert McPhatter and Bobby Croce are making a difference in the lives of a group of boys at Mispillion Elementary School. “We saw a need at the school,” said McPhatter. “A lot of the young boys seemed to be lacking a male role model.” With the support of the administration, four years […]

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