As we close in on our final days of school, I would like to be sure that all of our students are aware of their Summer Learning requirements. While we all agree that summer vacation should be a time of rest and relaxation for both students and teachers, we also must stress that the benefits of Summer Learning are enormous. Many of our teachers undergo some type of professional development during the summer months, and there is an expectation that our students also continue to learn.
Tomorrow, Friday, June 21st is Summer Learning Day — a national advocacy day recognized to spread awareness about the importance of summer learning for all students. Sponsored by the National Summer Learning Association, the organizers have put together some excellent resources for parents and guardians. Please click this link to view the brochure: http://www.summerlearning.org/?page=SLDForParents
Also, we have listed the Milton Public Schools’ Summer Reading requirements for each grade level below, as well as links to more specific information from each school.
I wish you all a safe, fun and healthy summer and look forward to seeing everyone back at the end of vacation. School will resume for grades 1-12 on August 28th and for our Kindergarten class on September 3rd.
SUMMER ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS
All students in the Milton Public Schools will engage in a reading program this summer as part of the school system’s ongoing effort to challenge our students. Summer academic requirements for each school level are below:
Milton High School: Students entering grades 9-12 must do required reading and may also take part in voluntary summer reading. During the last week of school, English teachers will be discussing book titles that may interest students. We hope that everyone — parents, students, teachers — will participate in making this a successful and rewarding program that will “keep their minds alive” over the summer.
Required Summer Reading: All Milton students entering grades 9-11 must read one book for English, one book for Social Studies, and one free choice book. Students who are in honors classes may be required to read more than three. Seniors who are not electing Social Studies will read two books, one for English and one free choice. For the titles you will be required to read, please refer to the grade-appropriate information provided. PLEASE NOTE: Additional summer reading requirements for students taking AP courses will be given out at mandatory spring meetings for these classes.
Voluntary Summer Reading: In addition to the required reading, students may read additional books for extra credit. Students who read more books than required will be given an opportunity to receive extra credit in their English class.
- For students entering their senior year in August 2013:
- For students entering their junior year in August 2013:
- For students entering their sophomore year in August 2013
- For students entering their freshman year in August 2013:
If Milton High School students have any questions about their Summer Assignments, check this link: http://www.edline.net/files/_pQEYY_/18892ee564f367fd3745a49013852ec4/Summer_Assignments-1.pdf
Pierce Middle School: The philosophy of the Pierce Middle School in regards to Summer Reading is to guide students to read for pleasure and enjoyment. We feel continuous reading not only fosters an important life skill, but ensures and enhances the academic transition to the next school year. At Pierce we hope to create a learning community where all students develop the skills to work productively as a group of learners, supporting one another, recognizing and celebrating our unique differences. As part of our proactive stance to create productive citizens, we would like to utilize our summer reading program as a teaching opportunity to promote discussion and awareness around social conflicts that can occur during adolescence. The English Department has selected book titles that showcase issues around teasing, bullying, acceptance and the hard choices that students are faced with in the middle school years and beyond.
Middle School Requirements: Students must read a total of four books; three free choice books and one required text.
Grade 7 (choose 1)
- When Zachary Beaver Came to Town, Holt
- Misfits, Howe
- The Revealers, Wilhelm
- Anything But Typical, Raleigh Baskin
Grade 8 (choose 1)
- Inventing Elliot, Gardner
- Buddha Boy, Koja
- Stargirl, Spinelli
- Mockingbird, Erskine
Important forms, suggested reading and MPL flyer can be viewed and/or downloaded by clicking here: http://www.edline.net/pages/Charles_S__Pierce_MS/SUMMER_READING_-_ALL_GRADES Click this link and you will find a book reflection sheet for the required text and a reading log to record total number of books read: http://www.edline.net/files/_pGIgJ_/a2a96021578ca7a33745a49013852ec4/summer_reading_log_20131.pdf
Also, Pierce students can win prizes! For every book read beyond our four book expectation, students will be entered into a raffle for some fantastic prizes. The more books read, the better the chances of winning!
Elementary: Summer reading is important for everyone! It helps foster a life long love of reading and helps students maintain the gains in reading comprehension they have made during the school year. We know from research that sometimes students do not spend a lot of time in the summer reading because they are busy with other activities. Lack of reading can contribute to “summer reading slide.” Children who have limited access to books experience a slide in their literacy skills over the summer. Numerous studies indicate that an achievement gap in reading develops and widens during summer vacation. Access to books and voluntary reading each play a critical role in promoting reading achievement outside of school, especially during the summer months.
In the past we have provided an exhaustive list of books and required a book project of some kind. This year we are trying something new. Book lists will be available online at the Milton Public Schools website under Summer Reading Ideas. Hard copies of the list will also be available in the Children’s Room at the library. Once again the library will offer a Summer Reading club. Check it out and sign up online! http://www.miltonlibrary.org/childrens_summer.asp
This year across the district we have done a lot of work in classrooms to help students learn how to choose “just right” books. With this in mind, please encourage your child to make good book choices. Please take into consideration your child’s interests and level of maturity.
In addition, students this year do not need to complete any kind of written assignment about their books during the summer months. Instead, we are asking that students be prepared to discuss, illustrate, or write about one of the books they read during the first weeks of school. This represents a more authentic response to reading. We will ask that you fill a child/parent/guardian book log (on the back of this letter), which will be collected by your child’s teacher in September. We hope that each child will read every day. That means reading independently, reading with a grown-up or sibling, listening to books or any combination of these. What we know is that the more children read and keep their eyes on print over the summer the less apt they are to loose the ground they have gained over the course of the school year.
Here are some specific ways you can support summer reading habits with your child:
• ask your child to reread the texts they are reading to increase their fluency
• talk with your child about what they’re thinking when they are reading
• take time to read together- you read a page—-they read a page
• visit the library on a regular basis and participate in the activities they offer including the Summer Reading Club
• encourage your child to choose books they want and are motivated to read
• talk about what you are reading and engage in conversations about what characters are doing, saying and thinking
• consider the ways that a character changes throughout the book
In short, READ, READ, READ!!!!!
Here are a couple of websites to peruse if you are looking for book suggestions.
A Book and a Hug: http://www.abookandahug.com/
Hennepin County Library http://www.hclib.org/kids/books/ (Very current book database grouped by genre.)
Bookwink http://www.bookwink.com/ The latest video booktalks for ages 8-14.
To print a fun reading log, click here: http://www.miltonlibrary.org/documents/readinglog.pdf
Thank you in advance for your help and support in what we hope will be an exciting summer reading experience for your children. If you have any questions, pleas contact Martha Heller-Winokur, English Language Arts Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMS UPDATE
I am proud to report than nearly 1,000 students will be participating in some type of Milton Public School-sponsored program this summer. Between our Milton Summer Enrichment program taking place at Milton High School, our Title I Summer Scholars program taking place at Tucker Elementary School, and the Extended Year Services program taking place at both Milton High School and Cunningham Elementary school, we will be reaching a large number of our students during the summer months.
For more information about these programs, please contact their directors:
Milton Summer Enrichment
Director: Jonathan Redden
Location: Milton High School
Extended School Year – Special Education Services
Director: Karen Clasby
Location: Milton High School & Cunningham Elementary School
Title I Summer Scholars
Director: Deb Fidrocki
Location: Tucker Elementary School
We are pleased to present our Continental Math Scores for our Elementary School students.
Collicot Elementary School: First Place: Alex Dhima, Second Place: Clarissa Waldmann, Shea Flanagan, Viviann Nguyen, Philip Synnott, Third Place: Mary-Kate Fox, Molly Murtagh, Coleman Rose. Perfect Scores were earned by: Alex Dhima, Mary Mitchell, Katherine Delaney, Mary-Kate Fox, Jackson Humphreys, Molly Murtagh, Giselle Neville, Zachary Vaughan, Clarissa Waldmann, Simone Elfer, Maria Koudounas, Andrew Viola, Shea Flanagan, Viviann Nguyen, Anthony Golden, Keith Savage, Olivia Dimanno, Mayu Joiner, Philip Synnott and Katherine Biagiotti.
Cunningham Elementary School: First Place: Thomas Hamblet. Second Place: Ian Leissner. Third Place: Jason Flanagan and Alexander Foster. Perfect Scores were earned by: Emily Steelman, Maeve DiSandro, Joshua Riggs, Macie Capplis, Alexander Foster and Thomas Hamblet.
Glover Elementary School: First Place: Ryan Mazzotta. Second Place: Allison Deegan. Kelly Mackenzie, Christina Gioioso, Taylor Vrettas and Matthew Creamer. Perfect Scores were earned by: Aine Buchau, Mary Howley, Alex Malmstrom, Taylor Vrettas, Matthew Creamer, Catherine Le, Sarah Ward, Elizabeth Toomey, Christina Gioioso, Molly Theobald, Kelly Mackenzie, Edward Freking, Caroline Ducharme, Michale Daly, Ryan Mazzotta, Allison Deegan, Philip Ng Pack, Nessan O’Donnell Matthew Creamer, David Cichello and Caroline Robinson.
Tucker Elementary School: First Place: Alisa Lorden and Brendan Scott. Second Place: Emily Dobrindt. Third Place: Madigan Cooper and Grace Quijano. Perfect Scores were earned by: Emily Dobrindt, Alisa Lorden, Kami Nguyen, Emilia Wieczorek, Andre Leclerc, Madigan Cooper, Brendan Scott, Earl Tucker Jr. and Vanessa Lorden.
Collicot Elementary School. First Place: Jack Lally. Second Place: Michael Swanton. Third Place: Ryan Fitzmaurice, Megan Farley and Arlo Stoodt. Perfect Scores were earned by: Ryan Fitzmaurice, Jack Lally, Lillian Goodeand Saoirse Killion.
Cunningham Elementary School: First Place: Eris McCubbin. Second Place: Sophie Boucher. Third Place: Jami Milliken and Emma Scapicchio. Perfect Scores were earned by: George Laing, Jami Milliken, Gwyneth LeLacheur, Sophie Boucher, Emma Scappichio, Louis Timmins, Philip Phan and Eris McCubbin.
Glover Elementary School: First Place: Ella O’Hanlon. Second Place: Zoe Malouf. Third Place: Luca Mostofi and Andrew Shenoudah. Perfect Scores were earned by: Luke Baltay, Andrew Shenoudah, Oliver McKay, Ella O’Hanlon, Zoe Malouf and Robert Weisenhahn.
Tucker Elementary School: First Place: Daniel Truo. Second Place: Henry Schwarz. Third Place: Blake Strong. A Perfect Score was earned by Adam Young and Daniel Truo.
Collicot Elementary School. First Place: Rachel Steinberg. Second Place: Samuel Disandro. Third Place: Benjamin Malisheski.
Cunningham Elementary School: First Place: Brianna DiMaggio and Dimitri Sophinos. Second Place: Simon Nguyen, Kiley Fitzgerald and Chloe Zhong. Third Place: Kaitlyn Paiva, Caroline Gannon and Anna Hamblet. A Perfect Score was earned by Simon Nguyen.
Glover Elementary School: First Place: Jake Lippert. Second Place: Rohan Meier. Third Place: Lauren Cox, Madison Ford, Nate McNulty, Richard Robinson, Johanne Lydon, Kevin McManus and Ian Lundeen. A Perfect Score was earned by Jake Lippert.
Tucker Elementary School: First Place: Maxwell Mitchell. Second Place: Declan O’Connor. Third Place: Maxwell Hollingsworth-Hays. A Perfect Score was earned by Luke Shields.
Collicot Elementary School: First Place: Connor Naughton. Second Place: Lok Ye Young. Third Place: Oisin Allen, Bridget Miskell and Connor Griffin. Perfect Scores were earned by Bridget Miskell and Connor Naughton.
Cunningham Elementary School: First Place: Hokulani Panerio-Langer (10) Rauna Sohur (10) Dexter Gordon and Kiera Glazer. Second Place: Benjamin Waterman and Sophie Kosiba. Third Place: Owen Rogers.
Glover Elementary School: First Place: Jonah Renz. Second Place: Harrison Dolgoff. Third Place: Michael Duffy and KJ Becket.
Tucker Elementary School: First Place: Nicholas Reason. Second Place: Claudia O’Neill. Third Place: Ellis Wallace.
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The following is a list of the students who had the highest cumulative scores for the WordMasters Challenge for the 2012-2013 Blue Division.
Grade Five: Paul Goodman, Thomas Hamblet, Macie Capplis, Joshua Riggs, Shaylen VanGestel, Nate Dickens, Emily Steelman, Ejiro Egodogbare, Giana Spring, Luke Botsford, Anne Rull and Ata Yalcindag. Grade Four: Eris McCubbin, Eliza Callahan, Jami Milliken, Elizabeth Viveriros, Sophie Boucher, Olga Kazarov, Mahina Panerio, Louis Timmins, Matthew Gill, Veronika Lin, Gwenyth LeLacheur. Grade Three: Anne Hamblett, Dimitri Sophino, Brendan Butler, Brianna DiMaggio, Caroline Gannon, Madison Crummey, Tucker Moriarty, Somachi Amadi, Claire MacDonald Lucia Dwyer, Anderson Korman and Chloe Zhong.
Grade Five: William Reason, Alisa Lorden, Brenda Scott, Grace Quijano, Emily Dobrindt, Max Winkler, Cooper Madigan, Andre Leclerc, Isabelle Richer and Taija Franklyn. Grade Four: Claire Walko, Daniel Truog, Walker Harris, Oskar Peloguin, Dominique Thomas, Sebastien Yunger, Julia Wright, Franklin Ollivierre III, Olivia Ketler and Gabriel Estevez. Grade Three: Max Hollingworth-Hays, Stella Yuan, Peter Rhee, Grace Kelly, Darioush Ghazian, Michael McHugh, Maxwell Mitchell, Declan O’Connor, Camden Levreault, Sofika Demas and Luke Shields.
Grade Five: Wyatt Sullivan, Aine Buchau, Jackson MacMillan, Ella Zimmermann, Guinevere Ferreira, Michael Daly, Christina Gioioso, Hannah Pauly, Teddy Freking, James McNulty, Margaret Haley and Margaret Theobald. Grade Four: Yaeger Ferreira, Laura Braithwaite, Aidan Greene, Megan Kream, June Padera, Ella Schiffman, Zoe Malouf, Alessandra Masso, Kayla Mathiew, Oliver McKay, Abigail O’Donnell and Anna Fahey. Grade Three: Jake Lippert, Nate McNulty, Nina Zimmermann, Carolina deOliveira, Henry Synnott, Veronica deOliveira, Jack Kaster, Anabella deOliveira, Gabrielle Slate, Jack Theobald, Christopher Barrett and Michael Freking.
Grade Five: Kate Delaney, Jonathan Truong, Jackson Humphreys, Clarissa Waldmann, Alex Dhima, Shea Flanagan, Mary Kate Fox, Mary Mitchell, Giselle Neville, Owen Cantillon, Ted Hanifin, Nora Kleiman and Alexander Malisheski. Grade Four: Kate McDonald, Benjamin Mills, Preston Luie, Aislinn Mershon, Crystal Dai, Sam Dunnington, Saoirse Killion, Kevin Radley, Arlo Stoodt, Megan Farley, Grace Muir, Michael Swanton, Amanda Arcieri and Katherine McDevitt. Grade Three: Rachel Steinberg, William Riley, Gustave Greene, Benjamin Malisheski, Josie Mastandrea, Ciara Fitzgerald, Ronan O’Flaherty, Gabriella Brown, Lila Glenn, Samuel Disandro and Maeve McDonough
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Congratulations to Pierce student Chiara Ferrante for winning a honorable mention in the MWRA Writing Contest Entry. This year’s theme was Tap vs. Bottle. Chiara is a student in Bernadette McEvoy’s science class. Great work!
I have some wonderful news to share. I have appointed Dr. Sheila Kukstis as the new Principal of the Glover Elementary School. Dr. Kukstis has served since 2011 with the Archdiocese of Boston and is currently the Assistant Superintendent of Academics. Her responsibilities included strengthening academic performance and implementing new programs for more than 41,000 students in 121 schools throughout the Archdiocese. Dr. Kukstis also served as Principal of the St. Jerome School in Weymouth (pre-K – 8); a Principal in the Taunton Public Schools (K-4); and the Principal of the St. Andrew the Apostle School in Jamaica Plain. She has also served as a classroom teacher at the St. Matthew School in Dorchester, the South Shore Educational Collaborative in Hingham and St. Andrew the Apostle in Jamaica Plain. Dr. Kukstis earned her Bachelor’s degree and her Master’s degree from Bridgewater State College and her Doctoral degree from UMass/Boston.
I would like to thank those who served with me on the Glover Principal Screening Committee. I am grateful to School Committee member Becky Padera, Assistant Superintendent John Phelan, Collicot Principal Janet Sheehan, Glover Principal Holly Concannon, Parent Representatives Jerry Vitti, Rachel Schewe and Adrienne Sullivan; Teacher Representatives Maureen McClain, Carolyn Brandi and Pierce Middle School Assistant Principal/Humanities Curriculum Coordinator Amy Gale.
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I am pleased to announce we have also hired a new Director of Guidance for Milton High School. Karen Cahill will begin this position effective July 1, 2013. Ms. Cahill has been with the Milton Public Schools since 1993. She began her career at the Pierce Middle School where she served as both a math teacher and later a guidance counselor. She then moved to Milton High School where she has served as a guidance counselor since 2009. She earned a Bachelor’s degree from Boston College, a Master of Counseling degree from UMass/Boston; and a Master of School Administration from Framingham State College.
I would like to thank the following people who served on the Guidance Director Screening Committee: Milton High School Principal James Jette, Vice Principal Yolanda Beech, Mathematics Department Head Courtney Walsh; and counselor/teacher representatives Leonice Bernard, Karen Hughes, and Larry Jordan.
We are all confident in Ms. Cahill’s abilities and are looking forward to her leading and expanding Milton High School’s Guidance Department.
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The Screening Committee for the new Athletic Director is still being formed. Interested parents/guardians should email MHS Boosters President Gary Kelly at email@example.com.
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Since my last Eblast, two additional people have announced their retirement. Please join me in congratulating Mary Beaulieu, who is retiring from the Milton High School’s Food Services after 28 years in the Milton Public Schools and Anne Marie Laine, a French teacher at Milton High School.
I am very happy to announce that Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital – Milton just notified us that they have approved a grant written by School Committee member Kristan Bagley Jones. The hospital will fully fund the application for a “Good Decision Making and Healthy Choices” program in the Milton Public Schools. As part of this grant, Student Peers Leaders from Milton High School will facilitate workshops with the incoming freshmen class on making healthy decisions. Issues related to substance use, depression and bullying will be the focus of these workshops.” The hospital will provide $1,500 in funding to support this program. Fantastic news!
The Milton Foundation for Education is pleased to announce that wireless internet access has been installed in all six Milton Public Schools. A special thank you to the Copeland Foundation for their support, and to Bob Pattison, MPS Information Technology Director and the Milton Public Schools; Dennis Thibeault, Bob O’Connell and Curry College; Jean Fernandez and Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital – Milton; Bryan Price, Mike McKenna and Milton Academy; Brian Maher and Boston College High School; and John Lemansky and Apple for sharing their wisdom and experience as we took this important step.
As the school year ends, the Milton Foundation for Education would like to extend its thanks and appreciation to the entire Milton Community. The was an incredible year of opportunity for the MFE and the Milton Public Schools. As we continued to support teachers with our teacher grant program and enhanced elementary science with money raised from our annual Monster Dash, we ventured into new territory, partnering with the Copeland Family Foundation to provide the funding for wireless infrastructure in all six schools. Our 2013 Celebration for Education “Live Wire” raised $215,000 that will fund teacher grants and material and support for the wireless initiative. Plans are underway for our 14th annual Monster Dash on Sunday, October 27, 2013 and we are gearing up for another great Celebration for Education on Saturday, April 12, 2014 with our chairs Sheila Leddy, Rachel Schewe and Courtney Affanato.
Our work is only possible because of your continued generosity and support. We thank you and wish you a peaceful, joyful and healthy summer! We look forward to seeing you in the fall. Please visit our website at www.miltonfoundationforeducation.org to learn more about the MFE.
NEWS AROUND TOWN
The 20th Annual Ed Baker Fishing Tournament has been rescheduled and will be held Saturday, June 22nd from 7 to 11 am at Turner’s Pond. Admission is $3 for youth and $5 for adults.
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Please visit the Parks and Rec link to see what programs are being offered this summer: http://www.townofmilton.org/Public_Documents/MiltonMA_Recreation/News
MILTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
The following item was sent by Sara Truog, Assistant Children’s Librarian at the Milton Public Library.
For summer fun, the place to be is the Children’s Room at Milton Public Library! Kids aged 3 and up are already signing up for the Summer Reading Club by visiting our website at http://www.miltonlibrary.org/childrens_summer.asp or by visiting us in the Children’s Room. But that isn’t all that we have going on at the library during the week of July 4. In addition to our regular storytimes on Tuesdays and Wednesdays (Monday is on hiatus this week), we also have these other exciting programs for the young people in your life:
Monday, July 1st from 7:00 – 8:00 pm. Magic You’ll Dig, Ages 9-13 Magician Steve Rudolph brings his ever-popular show back to Milton. This time around you’ll see him grow carrots by magic, find a pirate’s buried treasure and much more. Sponsored by the Friends of the Milton Library.
Tuesday, July 2nd from 2:00 – 3:00 pm Crafternoon, Ages 9-13 Kids aged 9-13 are invited to join Miss Sara (Children’s Librarian) and Ms. Emily (Teen Librarian) for crafting fun. Each week we’ll be making something different, using such materials as duct tape, recycled materials, hardware, and more! Registration is required.
Don’t forget to check the library web calendar for a listing of the many programs we are offering this summer. Information about and registration for all of our programs can always be found on our online calendar at www.miltonlibrary.org, or by calling the Children’s Room at 617-898-4957 during business hours. Please contact the Children’s Room if you have questions about any of our programs or services.
You’re invited to come and see what’s blooming at The Milton Art Center - it’s our first annual “Garden Party” Fundraising Event on Friday, June 21st from 7 to 10 pm. Put down the clippers, grab a few friends, and stroll down to join us for a fun-filled Friday evening to enjoy wonderful artwork, relax to the music, and cool-off with some summertime refreshments. Music, refreshments, a silent auction and artwork will on be on hand. This is a wonderful way to support the arts in your community and learn what the Milton Art Center has to offer as we celebrate our first year and our new non-profit status. Please join us for a wonderful night and the chance to kick-off the summer season with your friends at The Milton Art Center, 334 Edge Hill Road.
Madelyn Driscoll, a sophomore at Milton High School, passed the United States Figure Skating Senior Free Skating test at the end of May. This is the highest possible testing achievement in United States Figure Skating. Passing the Gold test means that Madelyn has achieved the most elite accomplishment in testing, and she has now earned the title “U.S. Figure Skating Gold Medalist.” Approximately 300 members of U.S. Figure Skating pass the Senior Free Skating test each year, representing less than 1% of full membership. Congratulations to Madelyn for her impressive accomplishment.
As part of our E-blast, we highlight students, teachers and members of the community whose hard work deserves recognition. Please read about some of their outstanding accomplishments below:
Student: I would like to welcome our incoming class of 2026 Graduates from Milton High School! They haven’t quite begun their journey with the Milton Public Schools, but I know that every one of our incoming Kindergarteners will be enthusiastically received this September. Our registration, screening and “Kindergarten Strolls” at each of our elementary schools were a huge success. We can’t wait to have our newest students join us this fall.
Staff: While our students are away from our schools vacationing, our custodians will be busy this summer scrubbing, painting and making repairs to our buildings. Please join me in recognizing the hard work of the following custodians: Milton High School: Jason Scherer (senior custodian), Charlie Tacey, Judy Whalen, Bill Connors, William Parsloe, Robert Willett, John Studley and Kay Walsh. Pierce Middle School: Mike Buzzell (senior custodian), Steve Barry, Rick Walker, John Riley, Glenn Costa and Nelson Taylor. Collicot/Cunningham: Tom Malloy (senior custodian), Brian Mearn, Ann McGonagle and Mark Goonan. Glover Elementary School: Patrick Crow (senior custodian), Scott Williams and Janice Wilson. Tucker Elementary School: Steve Scherer (senior custodian) and Mark Bacon. I’d also like to thank our maintenance workers — Jim Egan and Filipe DePina.
Volunteer: As this school year comes to a close, I would be remiss if I did not take a moment to recognize a group of volunteers whose time, effort and expertise is absolutely critical to the success of the Milton Public Schools. They have collectively served thousands of hours as a board (some have served thousands of hours as individuals), and I hope you will join me in thanking the Milton School Committee. I am grateful to Lynda-Lee Sheridan, Leroy Walker, Mary Kelly, Kristan Bagley Jones, Becky Padera and Mike Zullas. The commitment these individuals have to the students of Milton is unbelievable, and I am proud to work with each of them.
The Milton Public School system is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to the provision of quality educational programs for all students. The Milton Public School system does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, genetic information, age or sexual orientation.