Congratulations Class of 2016!
Commencement Saturday, May 14, 2016
Cameron Carritt . . .
O n May 3rd, Milford Elementary 3rd graders visited Morrill Hall, Antelope Park, and the Lincoln Children’s Zoo. It was a beautiful fun filled day where students were able to visit the planetarium, tour Morrill Hall, eat lunch at Antelope Park, and then see many different animals at the zoo.
First grade walked to the park and visited the library. At the library, students learned about the summer reading program: On Your Mark, Get Set, READ! We encourage all students to read over the summer and think this is a great program to be involved in!
The First Graders went on a field trip on May 11th. The first stop on our field trip was to The Morrill Hall Museum to watch a planetarium show called "The Little Star That Could". We had lunch outside and then we went to the Lincoln Children's Museum in the afternoon. It was a great day full of fun and learning.
PK - 6 Grade
MILFORD PUBLIC SCHOOLS
A forward thinking C-1 district located 20 miles west of Lincoln seeks qualified applicants to fill the following position for the 2016-17 school year:
Elementary Physical Education (PK-6)
Knowledge of SPARK Curriculum a plus
Extra Duties Available:
Head HS Wrestling Coach
Head or Assistant JH Football Coach
Send letter of application, resume, credential file and completed . . .
Please read if you have a future eagle at home.
Anticipating the future educational and facility needs of the Milford Public Schools is an ongoing task. This task is an important part of the Milford Board of Education and administrative team’s responsibilities.
To help with this task we need the assistance of our parents and patrons. Each year we look at our census numbers and try to predict future . . .
On Thursday, April 28, Milford Elementary's 2nd grade class took a combination field trip to Dave Welsch's farm and to Seward Memorial Hospital.
Our first stop was to the farm where students got to see baby chicks at 2 days old, and at 2 weeks old. Most of them said their favorite part was getting to hold the chicks.
After our farm visit, we went to Seward Memorial Hospital. Our students were able to be part . . .
Hello Milford Public Schools Supporters,
Everyone has a story . . . Make yours worth telling. That theme is at the heart of the work of the Milford Public Schools. And here at the Milford Schools Foundation, we are in the business of helping Milford students create their story. One way we do that is through the Milford Schools Annual Scholarship Fund . Over the past 5 years we have awarded . . .