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MHS POMS TEAM FUNDRAISER-The Milton High School POMS team is hosting "Scoopie Night"
on Monday, Nov. 3rd, 2014 at Culvers in Newville from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.


CONGRATS FOOTBALL TEAM-WIAA PLAYOFF VICTORY: ·
Congratulations·to Coach O'Leary and the Milton Red Hawks Football team, who defeated the Watertown Goslings 21-18 in a Level 1 WIAA Playoff game in front of a packed crowd at Anderson Field on Friday night·The win advances the team to a Level 2 WIAA Playoff game against Wauanakee On Friday, Oct. 31st at Waunakee High School at 7 p.m.  THERE WILL BE A SPECTATOR BUS FOR STUDENTS THAT LEAVES MHS AT 5:15 P.M. ON FRIDAY.  
WAY TO GO RED HAWKS!!

UPDATE: GIRLS SWIM TEAM TO COMPETE FOR BADGER CONFERENCE TITLE:  Good luck to Coach Quade and the Girls Swim Team as they compete for the Badger Conference title this Saturday, Nov. 1st in the Badger Conference meet at Monona Grove High School.  Swimming begins at 10:00 a.m.  GO RED HAWKS!!

ACTIVITIES DEPT. ANNOUNCES WINTER SPORTS MEETING: 11/2/2014 6pm and 7pm

The MHS Activities Department is pleased to announce its Winter Sports Meeting for student athletes will be held on Sunday night Nov. 2nd, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. for students new to a sport and 7:00 p.m. for all athletes and their specific selected winter sport.  

6:00 p.m.  - Athletic Code Meeting with Mr. Hammil in the Auditorium -  This is for all freshman or new students who have not attended the meeting already.

7:00 p.m.- Sports specific meetings (various locations throughout MHS)

Please plan on attending with your son / daughter to receive important information. Also, please plan on paying the user fee and turning in any required forms. Thank you!



Employment Skills

Networking Event

Many businesses have concerns over the communication gap that exists between young adults and their employers.  The Employment Skills class at Milton High School is trying hard to bridge this gap and we need your help!  We are hosting a networking/social event where representatives from local businesses and the students in the Employment Skills classes are all invited.  Please come and help our students practice their social skills in a relaxed business social.  You will not be asked to bring anything or give any presentations.  This event will not take up a lot of your time because it is only a half hour long.  The whole purpose of the event is for our students to understand the importance of networking.


Date:                   Thursday, November 13, 2014

Time:                   9:12 a.m. – 9:48 a.m.

Location:             Milton High School; Business Education wing

R.S.V.P.               This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (608) 868-9311 ext. 1223


Refreshments will be provided!

Thank-you for your continued support of Milton Schools!


                                          COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

MHS "Careers with Children Class" seeking 3-5 year olds for Pre-School Class

Looking for a place that your 3-5 year old can socialize and participate in fun activities?

Enroll your child in the Milton High School Preschool

Preschool is on:

December 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 9th, 10th, 12th, 16th, and 17th From 1:15 – 2:45 pm

Only $5 for all 8 days includes snacks, engaging activities, social interactions and lots of fun. 

For more information about the program or to register your 3-5 year old child please call

Brenda Barra at (608) 868-9300 ext. 1208





 

 

 
News Releases



SCHOOL DISTRICT OF MILTON PRESS RELEASE

Consolidated Follow-Up Water Test Result Shows “False Positive”

In response to a story that ran in the Thursday edition of the Janesville Gazette, the District is informing local media outlets that the following correspondence went out to Consolidated Elementary School families and staff members this afternoon:


Consolidated Families,

WELL WATER UPDATE AT CONSOLIDATED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Environmental Chemistry, the District’s contracted water consultants performed a follow-up test to the well water at Consolidated Elementary School, in response to a positive test result for total coliform reported to us on October 30th.  The results of that test showed a negative result, which means our first test result was what is commonly referred to as a “false positive”.

With the negative test result now known to us, we have turned on the drinking fountains and our daily operations at Consolidated Elementary School are back to normal operating procedures.

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SCHOOL DISTRICT OF MILTON PRESS RELEASE

School Board Approves 2014-2015 Budget

The School District of Milton’s Board of Education met on Oct. 27, 2014 and approved the District’s 2014-2015 annual budget.  The 2014-2015 approved budget notes a 3.9% decrease in the tax levy and a 7% decrease in the mill rate for District taxpayers, while continuing to add staff and services recommended by the District’s staff and administrative team.  Highlights of the approved 2014-2015 budget include:

Tax Levy and Mill Rate Decrease

-The District Tax Levy decreased $530,994 (-3.9%).

-Mill Rate is down $.64 cents (rounded) from $9.13 per $1,000 of assessed value to $8.50 per $1,000 of equalized value (-7.0%).


-State Equalized Aid, the District’s main source of revenue, is certified at $19,653,454. 

This is an increase of $772,372 over 2013-2014.


Investments in Students and Staff Increase

The 2014-2015 budget also includes the following investments in students and staff designed to improve the educational experience:


-The addition of a full-time Kindergarten teacher to maintain lower class sizes.


-The addition of a full-time Social Worker to serve as a resource for students and families.


-The addition of new iPads as part of the District’s 1:1 technology program.


-Additional financial support for two support staff positions, one at the high school and one in business services.


-Additional financial support for high school athletics, including the new boys’ hockey program, event supervision, and coaching.


District Administrator Tim Schigur commented on the approval of the budget, stating “I wish to express my gratitude for the support of our Finance Committee members, the Board of Education, and District staff, who put together a fiscally responsible budget that significantly reduces the tax burden on District families while continuing to invest in our students and staff in our on-going effort to improve the educational experience in Milton”.

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