Thursday, February 27, 2014

MIAA Tournament Update

Below is a message from Athletic Director, Larry Rooney:

Exciting news from Milton HS Athletics!

On Tuesday four members of the MHS Alpine Ski competed in the MIAA Tournament at Wachusett Mountain.  The MHS Alpine Skiers were: Lucas Campbell, Owen Walsh, Shea Rulon, and Alanna Loria.  Highlights of the day were senior Lucas Campbell's 10th place finish in the Giant Slalom race and sophomore Shea Rulon's 16th place finish in the Slalom race.

Girls Hockey defeated Archbishop Williams HS 4-3 on Tuesday.  The next game is Saturday, March 1st at 8:20 PM vs Cohasset/Hanover at the Rockland Ice Rink (NOT The Bavis Rink).  

See the article about Tuesday's game from The Patriot Ledger:  GIRLS HOCKEY: Milton stuns Archbishop Williams in OT.

Boys Hockey defeated Brockton HS 7-3 on Thursday.  The next game is Saturday, March 1st at 4:45 PM vs Barnstable at Gallo Arena, Bourne.

Boys Basketball defeated Scituate HS 84-60 on Thursday.  The next game is on Friday, February 28th at 6:30 PM vs Dorchester HS (Tech Boston) at Madison Park HS.

For all three Milton HS MIAA Tournament Games Friday and Saturday, we will be having a FAN BUS(es) for MHS Students ONLY, leaving from MHS.  

The Boys Basketball FAN BUS will meet at 5:30 PM at MHS and drive into Madison Park HS.  For those of you who plan on attending (STUDENTS), we highly encourage you take the FAN BUS AS THERE WILL BE VERY LIMITED PARKING NEAR MADISON PARK HS.

The cost of the FAN BUS is $1, and entry fee into the game is $6 for students ($8 for adults).  You MUST SIGN UP for the FAN BUS on Friday, Feb 28th in the MHS CAFETERIA.

Milton Teens in Need Holds Annual Fundraiser

Milton’s Teens in Need is a grass roots aid organization aimed at providing financial assistance to teenagers throughout our community. In partnering with guidance staff, this group identifies students and families in need and has provided financial help with college application fees, AP exam costs, senior portraits and All-Night Graduation Party tickets. This group has also helped organize a prom dress exchange and assisted families with holiday gifts. Milton Teens in Need has already funded over $2,500 for holiday gift cards to family this year and has provided over $5,000 in support for students and families over the last three years. They are hosting a fund-raising event Saturday, March 1, 2014 at the Hoosic Club on Central Avenue in Milton from 7 – 11 pm. Proceeds from the event will be distributed to teens at both the middle and high school for holiday and other upcoming expenses. The Milton Teens in Need is proud to announce the formation of the Peter J. Muse Scholarship which will be given to four Milton High School seniors  in the name of  Attorney Peter J. Muse,  a Milton resident, father of five Milton High graduates, who worked tirelessly on behalf of Milton’s youth who were in need during his time with us.
Tickets are $25 and the event will feature Red Sox Tickets, appetizers and a cash bar. Monetary donations in advance of the event or after are also accepted; checks should be made out to “Milton Student Activities Fund” and sent to: Milton Teens in Need c/o Karen DeLuca, 84 Indian Spring Rd., Milton, 02186.

Field Hockey Collects 'Cans for Cats'

The next Milton High School Boosters "Cans for Cats" can & bottle recycling drive will be held this Saturday, March 1st, from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at Milton High School. The girls' field hockey team will be at the front entrance of the high school, 25 Gile Road, to collect your 5 cent cans and bottles to redeem them for cash. All funds earned will support their program. Please stop by and support your Wildcats with your can donations. 

Go Wildcats!

Monday, February 24, 2014

Winter Sports Season Update

Congratulations to all of our athletes on a great winter season!  

Below is an update from Larry Rooney, Director of Athletics:

Boys Indoor Track
Results from MIAA State Tournament - Division IV ALL-State Championships
Saturday, February 22, 2014
Reggie Lewis Center
Mandel Guerrier Roberson did not advance in the 55M dash and Phil Janvier finished in the middle of the pack in 600M race.

Girls Indoor Track
Results from MIAA State Tournament - Division IV ALL-State Championships
Saturday, February 22, 2014
Reggie Lewis Center
Angie Higgins faltered on the 55M hurdles and was not able to finish.
The 4x400m relay team of Colette O'Leary, Zion Theodoros, Andrea Juzyca and Sophie Cousineau, and the 4x200m team of Andrea Juzyca, Angie Higgins, Sophie Cousineau and Emma Pred Sosa each finished with personal best times, but did not place in MIAA All-State Track meet.

Results from MIAA Tournament - Friday & Saturday, February 21 & 22, 2014
North Andover HS – Jonathan Carrera lost in the Championship Match 7-5 finishing 2nd overall, and Zack Mazzarella finished 5th overall.

MIAA All State Tournament - Jonathan Carrera and Zack Mazzarella will compete this weekend (Feb 28th & March 1st) at Lowell Tsongas Arena; time TBD

Boys Varsity Hockey
Results from Woburn HS Tournament – Championship Game (4-2 loss to Woburn HS)
8PM at O’Brien Rink, Woburn 

MIAA Tournament Game - Wednesday, February 26, at 4pm
Seeded #3 in Division 1 South Section and will host Brockton HS at max Ulin Rink in Milton

Girls Varsity Hockey
MIAA Tournament Game - Tuesday, February 25, at 3:40pm
Seeded #26 in the State in Division II and will be matched up with #7 Arch Bishop Williams School at Zapusta Rink in Randolph

Boys Varsity Basketball
MIAA Tournament Game - Wednesday, February 26, at 7:00 pm
Seeded #12 Division II South Section and will be matched up with #5 Scituate at Scituate HS

SKI Team
MIAA Alpine Ski Championships - Tuesday, February 25, at Wachusett Mountain
The following students will be participating in the Small School Division:
Lucas Campbell
Owen Walsh
Shea Rulon
Alanna Loria

Reminder for MIAA Tournament Games:

  • Adults - $8 entry fee
  • Students - $6 entry fee
Milton HS Student-Athlete WILDCAT CARDS will not be allowed for use for entry into MIAA Tournament Games.

Great Turnout for Nutrition Workshop

Thank you to all of the students who came to today's Nutrition Workshop in the Copeland Field House after school.  We had approximately 300 students in attendance!  

The workshop covered pre- and post-game nutrition and hydration and was open to all Milton High School students.  The presentations were led by Framingham State University Dietetic Interns, Marlena Lannicelli, Emily Saperia, and Tina White.  Also, thank you to Food Services Director Jackie Morgan, Athletic Director Larry Rooney, and Athletic Trainer Patty Pauris for organizing the workshop.

What a great event!

SAT Prep Courses at MHS - Registration Deadline this Wednesday!

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Register Online at
*NOTE: If you are unable to register online, please contact Courtney Walsh at (617) 696-4470 x5519 or at for assistance.
  • Classes are filled on a first-come, first serve basis and may be cancelled due to low enrollment.
  • Course confirmations and scheduling/cancellation updates will be sent to the contact information that you provide during registration.

Reminder: Program of Studies Night - Tue, Feb 25, at 6:30 p.m.

Parents/guardians and their children are invited to Milton High School's Program of Studies Night on Tuesday, February 25th, starting at 6:30 p.m.  The event will take place in the Charles C. Winchester Auditorium.  We will review changes to our Program of Studies and graduation requirements.  This year, we are also going to speak about our Advanced Placement (AP) Program - specifically what AP courses Milton High offers and the expectations for students participating in the AP Program. 

We hope to see you there!

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Athletics Update

The following post is from Larry Rooney, Athletic Director and first appeared in Superintendent Gormley's February 14th E-blast:
MHS Ski Team
The Milton HS Ski team performed well at the recent slalom races. The girl’s team welcomed back Sophie Chase from injury and Shea Rulon continued her dominance with top 10 finishes.  Georgia Bell, Sophie Chase, Alanna Loria and Kristen Ingraham added solid performances. Lucas Campbell excelled in his two runs with top 10 finishes.  Owen Walsh & Marc Plageman were rock-solid as they provided valuable points for the boy’s team. Following Monday evening’s race results, Shea Rulon & Lucas Campbell will be representing the MBSLE at this year’s MIAA State Ski Meet. Owen Walsh will be 1st Alternate and Alanna Loria will be 4th Alternate. The States will be held on Tues. Feb. 25th at Mt. Wachusetts. Shea Rulon placed 6th overall in the entire league and will be selected as a “MA Bay Ski League East All Star”. Other notable Divisional results: Alanna Loria-16th, Sophie Chase-17, Georgia Bell-19th. Both Boy & Girl Ski Teams finished in 4th place in the Small School Division. The team and coaches wish Captain Tori Zimmer a speedy recovery following her recent knee operation. Representing the Small School Division from Milton HS: Shea Rulon: 4th Seed, Alanna Loria: 4th Alternate, Lucas Campbell: 6th Seed, Owen Walsh: 1st Alternate. Shea also placed 4th overall in league standings and will likely be named to the MBSLE All Star Team.
Boys Varsity Hockey
Team Record 13-3-1. After a torrid start, the Boys’ Hockey Team cooled off this past week. With two straight losses at home, our record is now, 13-3-1. Getting great support from underclassmen Lloyd Hill (9 goals, 8 assists, 17 points), Jason turner (5-8-13), Owen Bligh (6-6-12), Shane Kelley (3-7-10), Jack Halloran (7-2-9) and Elliot Chauvet (1-7-8), the team should rebound in our last five games. Tomorrow night is “Senior Night” vs. Wellesley HS at Ulin Rink – 7pm game time. We hope the seniors can get a victory in their last home game.
Girls Varsity Hockey
Record 6-6-3, 15pts. The team Tied Natick 2-2 on Monday, Feb 10th at Ulin Rink
Goalie Sarah Park .911 Save%, 2.14 GAA, MacKenzie Stanley 12 Goals 4 Assists 16pts, Siobhan Murtagh 5 Goals 10 Assists 14pts, Julia Scannell 6 Goals 5 Assists 10pts, Elena Kapolis 5 Goals 4 Assists 9pts. The team needs 5 points in last 6 games to make Tournament
Girls Basketball
Girls Basketball currently stands at 7-10 and needs wins in their last three games (at Wellesley, Dedham, and Tech Boston) to qualify for the state tournament. Senior forward Leigha Okoye has been averaging over 11 rebounds a game the last five games.  The entire team has become one of the best defensive units in the league over the second half of the season.
Boys Basketball
The Boys Basketball team has rebounded with three straight wins against Bay State Conference rivals Norwood 68-62, Natick 55-29, and Walpole 92-86 in overtime. The team is working hard to gain a berth into the MIAA Division 2 South Sectional state tournament. The next games will be: Monday February 17th at Quincy HS vs Southeastern Regional Vocational Technical HS, and Tuesday February 18th at Quincy HS vs Quincy HS or Plymouth South time 5pm or 630pm.  Leading scorer for Milton Boys is Anthony Smith with 11.0 pts a game and Myles McDermott with 10.5 pts per game.
Wrestling 12-8
Jonathan Carrera 33-2, Keith Martin 31-4, Zack Mazzarella 21-8, Mark Chandler 20-8, Kevin Sampson 18-10…We had a great match against Braintree on 2/4, the crowd was loud and there was lots of energy in the Field House unfortunately we came  on the losing end 42-39.  On Saturday we were invited to the D2 Team State Tournament in North Andover.  We lost to Arlington 54-20 but then came back strong and beat Beverly 42-24.  I was a good experience for the kids just to be there. This week is a big week for the wrestling team, since we are hosting the D2 Metro Sectional Tournament on Saturday.  The team, coaches and parents are all very excited to be hosting this all day tournament.  If a wrestler finishes in the top 4 of their respected weight class they move on to the D2 State Tournament on 2/21 in North Andover.
Girls Indoor Track
Team Record 2-4
At the BSC Championships we had a number of stellar performances. Andriana Higgins was first in the 55m Hurdles and 3rd in the 55m dash. The 4x400m relay team came in 2nd place Colette O’Leary, Sophie Cousineau, Andrea Juzyca and Zion Theodoros were on the relay team. Sophie Cousineau was 3rd in 1000m. Colette O’Leary finished 4th in the 1mile and Mairead Dambruch finished 4th in the 2 mile. Up next is the Div IV state Chamionships! Not sure how well we will do but we expect at least a top 10 finish as a team.
Boys Indoor Track
The boys indoor track team finished with a 2 – 2- 1 record in the Herget Division of the BSL. Seven boys have qualified for the state division meet and two relays as well. The meet will be held on Sunday the 16th.  The 7 MHS Boys Indoor Track runners are:  Chavinskee Milcent, Mariano Davis, Edwin Dely, Mandel Guerin Robinson, Jonathon Korfin, Phillip Janvier and Larry Janvier.
MHS Cheer
Cheerleaders Tia Marathas and Madelyn Driscoll represented the Milton HS Cheerleaders at the NFL Pro Bowl in Hawaii. They performed at the televised half time show. The Varsity cheerleading team competed at the Bay State Competition at Framingham High School on February 12th at 6:30pm.
MHS Swim Club
The swimmers competed against Randolph High School Swim Team on Wednesday, Feb 12th.  Our girls won 91-35 and boys lost 92-33. Thanks to Coach Megan Adley and parent organizer Eileen Heller for all their hard work this season. Here are the results from the most recent meet:
Individual Girls: 50 yard free: 1st place Della Jrolf. 100 yard Free: 1st place Emma Heller. 100 Yard Medley: 1st place Maia Adley, 2nd place Leah Corcoran. 100 yard Butterfly: 1st place Jacqueline Sullivan. 100 yard Breaststroke: 1st place Emma Heller, 2nd place Della Jrolf. 50 yard Backstroke: 1st place Maia Adley. 100 yard Backstroke:2nd place Leah Corcoran.  The relay team of Leah Corcoran, Maia Adley, Della Jrolf and Emma Heller took first place in 200 Yard Free Style and 200 Yard Medley Relays.
Individual Boys: 100 yard butterfly: 1st place Brendan McManus. 200 yard Freestyle: Brendan McManus. 50 yard Backstroke: 1st place Nolan Carvalho. The relay team of Brendan Mc Manus, Matt O’ Sullivan, Adam Potter, and Nolan Carvalho took 2nd place in the 200 Yard Freestyle and the 200 Yard Medley Relays.
Pierce Basketball:  The boys and girls teams played a very difficult schedule this year. Both teams currently have two wins. The boys swept Pembroke and the girls have victories against Newton and Gate of Heaven. Thank you to coaches John O’Leary and Chris Maine, and Nelson Taylor, who has been helping out with the boys team. Today is the last game of the season, vs. Easton.
For sports schedules for all MHS teams, please click here:

Save the Date! Internet Safety Night for Parents on March 24th

The following post is from Superintendent Gormley and originally appeared in her February 14th E-blast:
Save the Date!  On Monday, March 24th at 7pm, the Milton Public Schools will be hosting an Internet Safety Night presentation in the Charles C. Winchester Auditorium at Milton High School.
The speaker will be Katie LeClerc Greer, an expert who has provided Internet/technology safety training to schools, law enforcement agencies, national conferences, and community organizations throughout the country.
This evening event is for parents and guardians only and we encourage every parent in our district to attend. We have heard that this could be one of the most informative 90 minute presentations you may attend this year.
Ms. Greer will be speaking to both middle and high school students during assemblies earlier in the day on March 24th, so her evening presentation will be tailored towards parents and guardians. Please do not bring anyone under 18 to this event.
Ms. Greer’s unique educational and professional background has resulted in dynamic programs that appeal to all age groups:
  • Former Intelligence Analyst, Massachusetts State Police
  • Former Director of Internet Safety, Massachusetts Attorney Generals’ Office
  • Advisory Board Member, Internet Keep Safe Coalition
  • Recognized, national expert in Internet/digital safety and technology, advising various governmental and private agencies
  • Featured on CNN, Huffington Post, Vanity Fair, and USA Today
  • Presented to thousands of students, parents, educators and administrators across the country
Ms. Greer recently spoke to a group at Wellesley Middle School and their assistant principal, Kathy Gordon, said, “This speaker commanded the audience’s full attention. The kids could relate to her, since her background is relative, and very compelling.” Ms. Gordon said this was one of the presentations that she has seen.
This program has been strongly recommended to me by MPS parent and Wellesley Public School teacher JJ Kelleher, who called it one of the most compelling events of the year. Please make every effort to attend this important presentation on March 24th.

MHS Dramatics Society Presents "Rabbit Hole"

On Wednesday, February 26th, at 7 p.m., “Rabbit Hole,” is being performed by the MHS Dramatics Society. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors. This is a student-led production and it will be co-directed by MHS seniors Garrett Sager and Amy Savino.  Many thanks to Dr. Sheila Walsh and Eileen Mullen, advisors for the Dramatics Society. 

Athletic Hall of Fame Nominations

The Milton High School Athletic Hall of Fame is actively seeking nomination applications for the 2014 class of inductees. There are four categories of inductees: Athletes, Teams, Coaches, Friends/Contributors. For more information and to download a nomination form please go to the MHS Athletic Hall of Fame website. (

Follow the link for Nomination forms on the top right-hand side of the page. Forms are also available at the six Milton Public Schools and at Milton Town Hall. The deadline for submitting nominations is April 30, 2014.

United States History I Guest Speaker

This post is from Superintendent Gormley and appeared in her February 14th E-blast:

I would like to thank Attorney Leigh Mills, a strong supporter of Milton Public Schools, who came to Milton High School recently to speak to Mr. Borde’s United States History I classes about the Bill of Rights as part of their unit on the Constitution.  Her focus was on the historical precedence behind of the Bill of Rights, and its impact on us today. Using the fifth and sixth Amendments specifically, students were able to explore the intent and meaning of each, as well as its application to current events.  Recently Ms. Mills also helped students in our Law and Government class prepare for the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Mock Trial Competition. Many thanks to Ms. Mills.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) News

Recently, Superintendent Gormley shared information regarding Milton Public Schools' participation in the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) field test.  Please read her full post in Superintendent Gormley's January 31st E-blast.
Milton High School will administer the PARCC Performance Based Assessment in Mathematics to a random sample of 11th graders on Wednesday, March 26th and Thursday, March 27th.

Additionally, we will also administer the PARCC End of Year Assessment in Mathematics on Thursday, June 4th and Friday, June 5th to a random sample of 9th graders.

We are completely aware of the amount of testing given to our students; however, as a district, we find it very important to be a part of this “field test” to get a glance of what is to come in the future.  Please note that more detail about the PARCC Testing will be disseminated in the coming weeks.

Thank you very much for your ongoing support!

Program of Studies Night - Tuesday, February 25 at 6:30 p.m.

The following post is from Ms. Karen Cahill, Director of Guidance:

On Tuesday, February 25th, we will be holding our Program of Studies Night starting at 6:30 p.m. at Milton High School in the Charles C. Winchester Auditorium.  We will review changes to our Program of Studies and graduation requirements.  This year, we are also going to speak about our Advanced Placement (AP) Program - specifically what AP courses Milton High offers and the expectations for students participating in the AP Program.  

Administrators, Department Heads, Guidance Counselors and AP teachers will be available to answer any questions you might have.  Please join us - parents AND students - on the 25th starting at 6:30 p.m. for this very informative night.  

We are looking forward to seeing you!

Sixty-six Students to Participate in the South Eastern Massachusetts School Band Association (SEMSBA) Festival

Sixty-six students were accepted by audition to participate in the South Eastern Massachusetts School Band Association (SEMSBA) Festival.  Congratulations to the following students!

Junior SEMSBA (grades 7-9)

Pierce Middle School - 23 PMS students auditioned and 20 were accepted!

Band: Annabel Botsford Gray Davis, Miwa Joiner, Sophia Li, Sachin Meier, Isaac Piliavin

Chorus: Shoilee Banerjee, Kiley Check, James DiSandro, Paula Hogan, Penelope Holland, Dominik Hyppolite, Domenic Janacaterino Kara Milliken, Madelyn Wiesenhahn

Strings: Eva Chow, Veronica Harris, Nathania Marc, Julia Nerenberg, Isabelle Neville

Milton High School - 8 MHS students auditioned and 6 were accepted!

Band: Emily Possi, Benjamin Val, Maya Watanabe

Chorus: Julia Butler, Aisleen O’Brien, Katherine Steele

Senior SEMSBA (grades 9-12)

Milton High School - 42 MHS students auditioned and 40 were accepted!

Band: Shareen Alsebai, Dylan Banh, Emily Chow, Liam Hines, Kristen Ingraham, Shannon MacLeod, Tansey Massey-Green, Shane McLaughlin, Rebekah Mondelus, Christine Stafford, Michael Wyatt

Chorus: Samantha Antoniewicz, Bethany Bonilla, Monika Cormack, Ben Donahue, Edwin Duprevil, Giuliana Giddings, Hope Huban, Phillipe Janvier, Will Macmillan, Nicholas Marinilli, Colette Nourie, Elizabeth O’Connor, Joshuea Ogbuike, Tatiana Perez, Jacqueline Ruscito, Chrisian Urbina, Henry Wells, Matthew Wong,
Rose Zilla-Ba

Strings: Graham Bly, Olivia Done, Anna Gaden, Kali Guise, Madeleine Lachevre, Nicole Lam, Amiel Marc, Oceane Marescal, Emma Pred-Sosa, Hannah Solomon

MHS Latin Student Wins 2nd Place in Essay Contest

Milton High School Latin student Maya Watanabe won 2nd place in Massachusetts in the Classical Association of New England (CANE) Essay Contest. The topic was "What Mighty Contests Rise from Trivial Things: Consequence in the Ancient World". 

For the last 23 years, Milton has placed first, second and/or third place in this contest nineteen times. Maya is a student of our High School Latin teacher, Madeline Kolodziej.

In the News...

Just in case you missed it, below is a listing of a few recent "good news" articles featuring Milton High School:

Milton High wrestler is a win machine (Patriot Ledger)

Milton High seniors fueling a 13-1-1 start on the ice (Boston Globe)

19 Students Win Scholastic Art Awards (Boston Globe)

Milton High School Mock Trial Team Concludes Great Season (MyTownMatters)

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

MHS Students Recognized at the Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards Competition

Congratulations to the following Milton High School students who received individual Gold Keys, Silver Keys, and Honorable Mentions at the annual Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards competition. 

Honorable Mention
Madeleine Collins Self Portrait From Mirror - Drawing 
Madeleine Collins - Art Portfolio 
Mairead Dambruch - Afghani Woman - Drawing 
Madeline Hoy - Inspired By Cassat - Painting 
Della Jrolf - Rehearsal - Drawing 
Nancy Marcel - Art Portfolio 
Nancy Marcel - Myself In The Mirror - Drawing 
Katherine Mulvey - Mother And Child - Photography 
Catherine Pappano - Stretching - Drawing 
Edwin Rodriguez - Nativity - Photography 
Amanda Thorne - In The Glow Of Street Lamps - Drawing 
Rose Zilla-ba - Milton Town Square - Drawing 

Silver Key
Chloe Bustin - Blow Your Mind Inside Out - Mixed Media
Emme Cronin - Mother - Drawing 
Allison Grassa - Tree - Photography
Joshua Kery - Hand In Glove - Drawing 
Sienna Smith - Art Portfolio 
Victoria Zimmer - Standing Still - Photography  

Gold Key
Mairead Dambruch - Self-portrait - Painting 

National Etymology Medalists 2014

Congratulations to the following 10 Latin students who competed successfully in the National Etymology Exam 2014

Gold medalists: Simon Eder, Micaela Keating, and John Lenane

Silver medalist: Aislinn O’Brien

Bronze medalists: Joshuea Ogbuike, Cole Kroninger, Elizabeth Murphy, Nolan Carvalho, Matt McCarthy, and Albert Enyedy

Mirabile Dictuto all who participated in this national exam.

Milton High and Pierce Middle School Students Selected for the Eastern District Junior Festival

We have great news to share with you from the Junior District Auditions on February 1st at Needham High School.  Milton Public Schools had wonderful results!  

Congratulations to the following twelve students, from grades 7 - 9, for being chosen by audition for places in the Eastern District Junior Festival:

Milton High School

Kyle Dempsey - band
Julia Butler- chorus
Clara Tennyson - chorus
Aislinn O'Brien - chorus
Kathryn Steele - chorus
Stephen Tan - chorus

Pierce Middle School
Nethania Marc - orchestra
Ben Scott - band
Paula Hogan - chorus
Penelope Holland - chorus
Dominik Hyppolite - chorus
Domenic Jancaterino - chorus

This news comes soon after our exciting All State audition results from last week! 

Run for Red Nation 5k Run/Walk

Below is a guest post from Milton High School Senior, Brendan Hunt:

MHS Community,

Milton High is not hosting its annual Walk-a-Thon this year. In its absence, a senior student, Brendan Hunt, has created the Run for Red Nation.  This 5k fun run/walk holds the same purpose of the Walk-a-Thon -- to raise money to benefit Milton High School's sports, clubs, and activities. The proceeds of this race will go directly towards protecting these student organizations from possible cuts in the budget and will aid in keeping participation fees low. The race will be held on April 13, 2014 at 9 a.m. at Cunningham Elementary School.  The entire Milton High community is encouraged to participate in this event through registering for the race or through donations. Further information about the event, registration and donation links, and sponsorship information can be found at

I look forward to seeing you all at the start line!

Thank you,

Brendan Hunt
Run for Red Nation Race Director

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

FAME Bottle & Can Drive - Saturday, February 8

Milton FAME, the Friends and Advocates of Music Education, and students from the Milton High School music programs will hold their annual Bottle & Can Drive on Saturday, February 8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in front of the entrance to the high school. MA deposit cans and bottles will be accepted. Proceeds from the bottle and can drive help FAME fund college scholarships and support the music programs and student musicians of the Milton Public Schools. Student volunteers are welcome and community service credits will be awarded. If you would like further information, contact FAME at

FAME Bottle & Can Drive
Saturday, February 8
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Milton High School Entrance

Early Release Day Cancelled Due to Inclement Weather

The first of four early release days, Wednesday, February, 5, 2014, has been cancelled due to inclement weather.  The early release day will not be rescheduled.

The remaining three Half-Day In-Service Professional Development Days, per Milton Public Schools' newly settled contract, will be on the following dates:
  • Wednesday, March 12th;
  • Thursday, April 3rd; and 
  • Wednesday, June 4th.
This professional development opportunity will afford our faculty and staff with common planning time for teachers to collaborate, review student work and assessments, share best instructional practices and continue ways to increase student achievement.  

On each of the days listed above, students will be dismissed at 11:16 a.m. and bus transportation will be provided immediately following dismissal for students with a bus pass only.

Electronics Recycling Drive

A message from the Recycling Club:

The Recycling Club is currently holding an Electronics Recycling Drive!  

We will be accepting cell phones, ink jet cartridges, iPads, tablets, old laptops, iPods, obsolete Bat-gadgets, and any other electronic device that is no longer improving your quality of life. Broken or not, these items can be recycled.

NO MONITORS OR CPU'S!! (cables and wires are discouraged)

Mr. Collyer and Mr. Devlin will have bins in their rooms starting Monday, February 3rd. 

The Recycling Club will also have a bin at the front entrance of Milton High School on Saturday, February 8th, from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.

Help us make money so we can save the environment!

Recycling Club Officers:
President -  Sean Ng Pack (grade 11)
Vice President - Monika Cormack (11)
Treasurer - Will Mozek (11)