Congratulations to the members of the MHS Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) listed below, who have qualified to compete at the National Leadership Conference in Chicago, Illinois during June 29th - July 2nd. The students participated along with seven other MHS students on March 30th at the FBLA State Leadership Conference at Bentley University. The students gained valuable insight and tips from industry leading executives, participated in
leadership activities, networked with future business leaders from across the commonwealth and competed in business events. The day culminated with an awards ceremony for the top finishers in the state.
The following students earned top honors in the state and have qualified to compete at the National Leadership Conference in Chicago:
State Champion in Desktop Publishing: Kevin Pham
3rd place in Economics: Harry Kong
3rd place in Desktop Publishing: Colin Keally & John Viveiros
3rd place in Marketing: Andy Arceiri & Tim Walsh
3rd place in Introduction to Business: Andy Arcieri
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Friday, May 15, 2015
MHS SADD Presents Prom Driving Safety - Crashed Car Demo on May 21, 2015 - Sponsored by Liberty Mutual
Milton High School, the Milton High School SADD Club, and Liberty Mutual Insurance are sending a powerful message to their classmates and community in preparation of the 2015 prom: drinking and driving is a deadly combination, especially during prom season.
To heighten awareness of this ever-present threat in Milton and throughout the country, the Milton High School SADD Club is hosting a Crash Car event on May 21, 2015, sponsored by Liberty Mutual Insurance. The program will feature key note speaker Matt Clarke, presenting to the students in the morning starting at 9 am, telling his story of how one mistake ended the life of a best friend, sent him to prison, and affected hundreds of lives. Liberty Mutual will also be providing Milton High School with a crashed vehicle for a safety demonstration for students at the high school, after dismissal, on the field behind the Field House. We will be having “zero tolerance law” discussions and a demonstration of the “Jaws of Life”. Students will also have the option to try to walk straight lines using “Distortion Goggles” and more.
“Teen drivers in our community have the potential to set a meaningful example for their peers during prom season,” said Joanmarie Berry, a Town of Milton member and Personal Insurance Agent for Liberty Mutual’s Westwood, MA office.“Through activities such as our crashed car demonstration, we can encourage positive decision-making among teens and prevent drinking and driving on prom night.” Joanmarie Berry also graduated from Milton High School in 2005.
Schools also play a vital role in curbing dangerous behaviors on prom night. According to a study by Liberty Mutual and SADD of more than 2,200 high school students, 89 percent of teens reported their schools have programs or policies in place to prevent teens from engaging in dangerous behaviors, such as underage drinking, at school-related functions. The outcome is positive: according to the Liberty Mutual/SADD survey, only 6 percent of high school students say they have driven under the influence on prom night. This is a stark contrast to the perception of this behavior among their peers: in another study, 90 percent of teens felt their peers would be more likely to drink and drive after prom than at other times of the year.
Helpful Tools and Resources to Rule the Road
The Liberty Mutual/SADD teen driving study is part of a robust library of resources for parents and teens to navigate the early driving years. Helpful, easy-to-navigate tools are found at www.LibertyMutual.com/TeenDriving, including a Parent/Teen Driving Contract designed for families to jointly discuss responsible driving habits, and to customize mutually agreed consequences and rewards for behaviors such as cell phone use, text messaging, speeding, seat belts, alcohol and other drug use, and curfews. Additionally, the website provides state-by-state teen driving laws, practice permit tests, and video demonstrations of safe driving techniques.
Thursday, May 14, 2015
The Milton Foundation for Education is raffling off a 2015 Jeep Wrangler or $20,000 in cash. All of the proceeds from the raffle will go to the Milton Foundation for Education, which is a non-profit organization that raises money to supplement the school budget through a series of grants. The raffle tickets are $100 each, but the MFE will only sell 500 tickets. This year’s drawing will take place at the We Are Milton Event on June 27th. Tickets are available at the office at each of the Milton Schools or can also be purchased by mailing JEEPRAFFLE2015@GMAIL.COM.
The Boosters are sponsoring a car wash on Saturday, May 16th to benefit athletic team fundraising held at the Cunningham school, 44 Edge Hill Road. Please stop by and get your car washed by the girls softball team between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm.
The Milton High School Boosters club is hosting the 37th Annual Varsity Letter Banquet held on Wednesday, June 3, 2015 at 6:00 pm in the Milton High School Copeland Field House (doors open at 5:30 pm). This banquet celebrates the accomplishments of our varsity athletes by recognizing them with a banquet dinner, awarding letters and pins to all members of the varsity teams, and awarding 17 scholarships to senior athletes that contribute positively to the MHS athletics program and the Milton community. Please contact Kerri McCarthy at firstname.lastname@example.org or Donna Conroy at email@example.com if you would like to volunteer or have questions. Parents, siblings, friends and the Milton community can purchase tickets online at www.miltonboosters.com. Tickets are $20 per adult and $5 per student/child. Please plan to join us as we honor our varsity letter winners and teams.