By Kevin Rudden Staff Reporter/Columnist ... 2014-11-18
Dredging work to restore 17.3 acres of Milford could be completed by the end of next summer – provided that neighbors don’t complain about the sound of a dredge working 12 hours a day. During the work, half the parking lot for Rosenfeld Park and the entire boat ramp there will be fenced off to hol [more]
Superintendent Dr. Robert Tremblay plans to bring more “exciting and enriching opportunities” to the students of Milford Public Schools this year.
Tremblay laid out his goals for the 2014/2015 school year during an October 23 School Committee Meeting, stating that he will be focusing on expanding [more]
Memorial Elementary School students Vinny Leombruno (left) and Tyler Gladu from Kathleen Perry’s second grade class perform a “bounce test” to check the freshness of a cranberry during the second grade “Cranberry Celebration.”
You can use cranberries for jellies and sauces, [more]
The results of a parent survey sent out this past summer about the district’s 1:1 iPad initiative were presented during the November 3 School Committee Meeting, showing overall “positive” responses about the new program.
The 15-question survey, which was sent out to over 600 Miscoe parents back [more]
Milford High School Theater Workshop rehearse a scene from their upcoming comedic performance, “The Man Who Came to Dinner.” Performances will be on Friday November 21 and Saturday November 22 at 7 p.m. and Sunday November 23 at 2 p.m. in the Milford High School Davoren Auditorium. Pictured [more]
Nipmuc Regional High School saw a significant jump in SAT scores this year, coming in “healthily above” the state and national averages.
Nipmuc Principal John Clements reported the scores during the October 20 Mendon Upton Regional School Committee Meeting. Saying that he was “very pleased with [more]