Community “Gets the Scoop” on MSD

Terry Rogers Education, Headlines, Milford Headline Story

Members of the community “Get the Scoop” on Milford School District

One of the first community outreach events of the year took place on Thursday, September 7 as Milford School District held a “Get the Scoop” gathering at North Pole Creamery on Walnut Street in Milford. The event was planned to introduce the community to the new administrative team

“We are so thankful to our community partners who came out and “got the scoop” about our district,” Trish Gerken, Public Information Officer, said. “This was a fun, informal event where parents, community members, city leaders and others could learn more about the district, our leadership and how we plan to Chart the Course to Excellence.”

Scoops of ice cream were provided by North Pole Creamery

One of the reasons for the event was to meet district leadership as there are many new faces at the district this year. In addition, members of the community were able to hear more about the district’s four main priorities which include academic excellence, supporting the whole student, building our future as well as investing and empowering their people.

“We also got input from the community,” Gerken said. “We always want to hear the thoughts, ideas and suggestions that will enhance and grow partnerships between the district and the community.”

Scoops of ice cream were provided by North Pole Creamery.

The event was designed to introduce new leadership and get feedback from the community

“Thank you, Milford School District, for hosting your district-community engagement gathering at North Pole Creamery,” the ice cream shop posted on social media. “What a great evening! It was a pleasure to meet you and have you share your time at the creamery.”

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