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Remote Learning Update
Thank you so much for your patience with adjusting to remote learning this week! We know you are juggling many new worries and responsibilities these days, and we know it hasn’t been easy for you. Our hearts go out to you, your children, your families, and everyone affected by COVID-19. We are grateful for all our dedicated staff in the Millis Public Schools!
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COVID-19 Update 3/17
Let me begin by thanking you for your patience and support during these unusual times. While our schools are empty, we are continuing to work to identify opportunities and strategies to minimize the significant impact on learning that the COVID-19 pandemic will have on our students and families.
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3 Week Closure Through April 7th
As you have probably heard, Governor Baker announced this evening that schools throughout the state will be closed through April 7. Superintendents will have a conference call tomorrow to clarify some things that are still unclear. We all have many questions about how this will play out and there are a lot of moving parts at this time. This is uncharted territory and we appreciate that it may cause anxiety and that you all have many questions! We will do our best to get answers as quickly as possible.
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COVID-19 Update 3/13
We have made the decision to close all of the Millis Public Schools for the period March 16- 20, 2020. Schools will remain closed through Friday, March 20, 2020. It is important for families to understand that this is an initial determination, and as we monitor the outbreak next week, it is likely that this may lead to a longer closure. This closure applies to all schools, extra-curricular activities, athletics, clubs, and building use. Our custodial staff will be cleaning and disinfecting all schools.
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COVID-19 Update-03-12-20
I am reaching out today to discuss COVID-19 and what we are doing in Millis to prevent and prepare.
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2019 Superintendent's Award
Alexi Vaillancourt is a straight-A student at Millis High School decorated with a host of awards. She is a National Merit Scholarship commended student, our school’s recipient of the Harvard Book Award, selection for the Society of Women Engineers Certificate of Merit with High Honors and the University of Rochester Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award, along with being an AP Scholar with Honors
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2019 NESDEC Award -Haley Lederer & Elizabeth Sherns
Haley Lederer An elite dancer who has competed at the national level, a nationally competitive kart racer, and an accomplished student and leader at Millis High, Haley Lederer is an outstanding choice for the NESDEC Award for Academic Growth and Leadership.
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Information On Radon Testing
On Thursday, October 31 the Town of Millis received the results of the Radon-in-Air Survey conducted by GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. (GZA) in the Clyde Brown School (CFB).
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Public School Monitoring
During the week of January 27, 2020 the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s Office of Public School Monitoring (PSM) will conduct a Tiered Focused Monitoring Review of Millis Public Schools.
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Millis Food Service Update-03-20-20
I hope this finds you and your family happy and healthy! Thank you for participating in the first week of daily food pick-ups. We hope your children enjoyed our offerings.
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