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January 27, 2023
Milford School District Invites Proposals from Bus Contractors
For further RFP inquiries, please contact: Jane Fortson, CPA, Business Administrator
Email: [email protected]
New students in Milford learn the best bus-riding practices with Principal Tim O'Connor.
(Photo by Bonnie Cox)
Milford, NH - The Milford School District's contracts with its busing providers, Butler's Bus Service and many others, are set to expire at the end of June. Bid proposals are now welcomed to be reviewed and considered by the School Board based on cost, business stability and quality of service. Detailed information, concerning current routes and stops, is available at the Superintendent of Schools' Office. Request for Proposal on the Bus Transportation packet has been sent via email to responsible parties and is also available on the district website (milfordk12.org). For further inquiries, please contact our Business Administrator Jane Fortson, CPA via email.
December 7, 2022
For Immediate Press Release: Milford School District Teacher's Contract
For more information, please contact: Christi L. Michaud, Superintendent of Schools
Email: [email protected]
The following statement is issued on behalf of the Milford School Board.
Milford, NH - Today, the Milford School Board failed to reach a mediated tentative agreement with the Milford Teachers’ Association for a successor collective bargaining agreement, to go into effect July 1, 2023. The Board met with the Union on eight instances, including a day-long meditation session and bargained in good faith throughout. The Board, recognizing both student needs and taxpayer impact, proposed a deal that would be mutually beneficial. While the Board was unable to reach an agreement, it will continue to fulfill its obligation as set forth by its vision and mission statement.
November 4, 2022
‘Windows on West Street’ to Reopen on Wednesday
Student-Run Restaurant Makes a Comeback After Pandemic Closure
There's nothing better than freshly made pasta.
(Photo credits: Mike Levin)
By coming to our restaurant, you are helping train and
support our students.
Milford, NH - After its abrupt closure due to Covid pandemic, the student-operated restaurant "Windows on West Street" (or WOWS) is back on its feet again and the doors will officially be open to the public on Wednesday, November 9th from 11:15 to 12:15. Operating in full swing on Wednesdays and Thursdays, culinary students are all geared up to serve quality gourmet food with very reasonable prices.
"We will be posting our menu and schedule weekly on our school website," explained Levin in detail. "Remember the school schedule will dictate ours. From buffets to a la carte service, sandwiches, bread in a roll, breakfast pastries and desserts will be just the start of WOW’s menu selection. We will be expanding our options with catering events and special services. Hosting smaller events in the restaurant will help expand WOW’s returning guests. No job is too big or small for our students; they are up for the challenge and are eager to succeed."
For many years, WOWS has been a solid training ground for Milford High School students who want to learn the foundational steps of becoming professionals in the restaurant and hospitality industry. Students are learning food service management skills related to the operation of “Windows on West Street”, “Windows To Go” and “West Street Event Catering."
"The students create all menus, cost recipes, and are responsible not just for safety and sanitation but for marketing as well," Levin furthermore said. "Two teams of students will also be competing in the National ProStart Invitational in culinary arts and restaurant concept development."
"We look forward to re-opening for the community," replied CTE Director Samantha Belcourt. "This program is an amazing opportunity for our students to get real world hands-on experience; Chef Levin and Culinary Arts Associate Tara Savino are doing such an incredible job."
“I love this class," student Connor Cook spoke up. "I enjoy learning to make all types of food and learning what goes into the food we eat."
"Cooking is a passion of mine," Tyler Theriault declared. "Chef Levin has helped me improve my culinary skills."
Many of the customers who are equally excited are employed by the school district. "It is great that the MHS is reopening Windows on West Street," Darren Fleury said. "Last year the 'bowl and a roll' was fantastic, and I look forward to the soup selections coming soon, this year."
Seventh grade teacher Katy St. George, on the other hand, shared how she was so impressed by the beautiful banquet the culinary team put together for senior night. "From set-up to breakdown, everything was seamless," she reminisced. "The delicious spread made for an extra special evening!"
"I just want to thank Chef Mike for the wonderful food his students are preparing," Jill Larro quietly expressed. "It's nice to have the quiches available and all the rest of the food for consumption and purchase!"
September 12, 2022
Public Notice of Destruction of Special Education Records
Destruction of records is the best protection against improper or unauthorized disclosure.
Milford, NH - In accordance with the state and federal regulations implementing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
September 7, 2022
Students Head Back to School in Milford
Milford, NH - For the first time in three years, the first day of school felt normal. You could see smiles in everyone's faces and hear
August 16, 2022
Back to School Information for the 2022-2023 School Year
Milford, NH - A new school year always brings excitement to the district and we can't wait to welcome back students
and families for the 2022-23 school year.
August 31st is our school district's First Day of classes!
August 31 - First Day for Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9
September 1 - First Day for Gr. K, 7, 8, 10, 11 & 12
September 5 - No School (Labor Day)
September 6 - First day for MEEE Program
Jacques Memorial School: 8:25 am - 2:45 pm
Heron Pond Elementary School: 8:40 am - 3 pm
Milford Middle School: 7:30 am - 2:10 pm
Milford High School: 7:40 am - 2:12 pm
- Christopher Motika, Assistant Superintendent
- Keith Jones, MHS Assistant Principal
- Samantha Belcourt, CTE Director of Technical Studies
- Don Gutterson, Athletics Director
- Stephen Capraro, HP Assistant Principal
- Lilya Perliger, Middle/High Special Services Coordinator
- Maureen Oakman, Elementary Special Services Coordinator
Visit School Supply Lists for Grades 2 to 5 on this page.
The USDA has ENDED free meals. Due to the discontinuation of the USDA free student lunch and breakfast program,
Elementary School - $1.35
Middle School - $1.60
High School - $1.85
Elementary School - $2.50
Middle School - $3.00
High School - $3.25