Friday, April 11, 2014

Run for Red Nation - this Sunday!

The following is a message from MHS Senior, Brendan Hunt:

The Run for Red Nation is this weekend! This event is being held to raise money for Milton High School's sports and clubs. The 5k fun run/walk is taking place on Sunday, April 13th at the Cunningham Elementary. The start of the race is 9am, so be sure to get to Cunningham with enough time to register, get your race bib, and stretch out. Bib pick up and same day registration will be held from 7:30 to 8:50. It is bound to be a great event and I hope to see Milton High well represented! Please check out for more information about the event.

If you are unable to make the event, I encourage you to gather donations from friends and family to help support our student organizations. These donations can be given online, or by cash/check given to Mr. Fitzgerald. Again, please check out for more information on how to donate.

If there are any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me.

Thank you, 

Brendan Hunt

MHS Senior

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

After the Acceptance Seminar - for MHS Seniors

We know that the spring of senior year can be an exciting but also an overwhelming time for families, as students and their parents begin the decision-making process of where to attend college and how to pay for it.  The MEFA “After the Acceptance Seminars” provides valuable guidance to families on financial aid awards, calculating the balance due and how to pay the college bill. 

On Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at 7:00 pm at Milton High School, MEFA Representative Stephanie Wells will conduct an “After the Acceptance Seminar”.  After the presentation Ms. Wells will be available to answer specific questions.  Bring your child’s award letters from the colleges and get your questions answered.  

See you there!

MHS Teacher is a Semi-finalist for a Prestigious Award

The following post originally appeared in Superintendent Gormley's April 8th Art-Blast:

We have some fantastic news to share.  Dr. Noreen Diamond Burdett, our Fine Arts & Family/Consumer Sciences Director, was recently notified that she was one of only twenty semi-finalists in the country who was considered for the National Teachers Hall of Fame Award. This prestigious award has been given out to deserving teachers since 1992 and Dr. Diamond Burdett was chosen as a semi-finalist among a highly qualified field of applicants nationwide.  Congratulations to Dr. Diamond Burdett whose career in education speaks for itself!

Passport to the Arts - Thursday, April 10th

The Cabaret Talent Show begins at 7:00 p.m.
We invite you to attend Passport to the Arts at Milton High School this Thursday night, April 10th.  Art work will be displayed in the main foyer of the school. The official opening is at 5:30 p.m. and continues until 7:00 p.m. at which time we invite all attendees to go into the auditorium and see the Cabaret Talent Show, featuring performers from the music department.

This is an event you definitely do not want to miss.  We hope to see you all on Thursday!

Please note that there is a Passport to the Arts event at EVERY one of the Milton Public Schools this week - check out Superintendent Gormley's April 8th Art-blast for details.

Preparing work for the Passport to the Arts.

Monday, March 31, 2014

Stand Up to Bullying Presentation at MHS - Thursday, April 3rd

The Milton High School Student Government representatives (with support from the Student Leaders) have been hard at work preparing for the student government sponsored anti-bullying rally on Thursday, April 3rd.  The guest speaker for the event will be Dr. Malcolm Smith, Dean and Director of the Courage to Care Institute, University of New Hampshire.  The MHS Student Government first saw Dr. Smith at Stand Up 2013; they were so moved by his presentation that they wanted him to invite him to speak to the entire MHS student body.  Following Dr. Smith's presentation on Thursday will be break-out sessions facilitated by the Student Government with the help of the Student Leaders.  The Student Government hopes that the presentation will make a positive impact with all MHS students.  

Don't forget to wear ORANGE on Thursday, to show your support for bullying prevention!

Schedule for the Day
Period B: 7:50AM to 8:40AM
At the end of the period, an announcement will be made to dismiss to the Field House with Period B teachers
Presentation by Dr. Malcolm Smith (University of New Hampshire, 8:45AM to approximately 10:15AM
At conclusion of the presentation, students will be dismissed to Modified Advisory Locations from 10:30AM to 11:16AM for student-led break out sessions

MHS Student Government before Stand Up 2013