Milford Expands Allied Health Program

by Terry Rogers     According to Patricia Ayers, Health Sciences instructor at Milford Central Academy, the United States will need to hire 2.3 million new healthcare workers by 2025 in order to adequately take care of an aging population based on research conducted by Mercer’s US Healthcare Analysis Report. A few years ago, Milford […]

Safety Patrol Induction Promotes Leadership

On Wednesday, Oct 3rd the Milford School District held the 4th annual AAA Safety Patrol Unified Induction Ceremony. The 3 safety patrols sponsored by AAA are Banneker’s B.E.S.T. Bulldog Brigade, Mispillion P.R.I.D.E. Patrol and Lulu Ross P.A.W. patrol. Each has their own signature acronym for their safety patrols that matches the acronyms used by all […]

MHS Continues Haunted Hallways Tradition

Milford Senior High School (MHS) students are busily preparing for their 5th Annual Haunted Hallways. Each year over 2,000 Milford community members have attended this event, and this year the crowd may be even larger. It involves several student groups who join together by the desire to offer community children, who are 12 and under, […]

Milford Student Focuses on Hispanic Community

by Terry Rogers     Anis Lopez enjoys working at the Milford Public Library, assisting Hispanic visitors who need to fill get a library card, find books or need any type of assistance. Her ability to translate was discovered by Molly Chorman, a Teacher Academy instructor at Milford High School. “I owe everything to Ms. […]

FFA Excels at Regional Competition

This past weekend twelve members of the Milford High School FFA chapter traveled to Springfield, MA to compete at the Big E (Eastern States Exposition). They competed in a variety of CDE’s, career development events, including Milk Quality and Products, Livestock Evaluation, and Dairy Evaluation. In order to be eligible to compete at Big E […]

Morris Welcomes New Assistant Principal

by Terry Rogers   When students arrived at Evelyn I. Morris Early Childhood Center for the first day of school last week, it was also the first day that Jodi Messick would not be in a classroom. Although she loved teaching, Messick knew that moving into administration was a natural progression for her. “Being a […]

MHS Celebrates Honor Roll Students

Milford High School recognized students who earned academic honor roll all four marking periods of last school year. The honor roll events take place throughout the year at MHS to recognize academic achievement.      See full photo album at!albumREC_ID=161304&s=0.

Local families Start New School Year

The 2018-1019 has officially started at Milford School District (MSD) as students, teachers and families prepare for a new year ahead in academics, sports and extracurricular activities. As students take on new challenges, parents are excited for the opportunities that are ahead. “The start of the 2018-2019 school year has been a great success,” said […]

SRO Provides Social Media Tips

by Terry Rogers  There is no question that social media is an important part of daily life today, especially for young people. Pre-teens and teens spend a significant amount of time on social media, whether posting photos on Snapchat or Instagram and talking to friends on Facebook or Twitter. For many young people, social media […]

Community Meeting Regarding Middle School

by Terry Rogers     On Monday, August 27, Milford School District held the first in a series of meetings to get community input regarding the fate of the old Milford Middle School building on Lakeview Avenue. The building was closed to student use in 2013 and has remained vacant for the past five years. […]

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