From the principal's desk....

Parent Forum - February 21st @ 6:00 PM
We are half way through the year with the start of the
3rd quarter. On the first day of school year I
announced to parents that we would have a Parent
Forum once we were well into the school year. This
time allowed the new administrative team to settle into
their new roles at MES. We will have a parent forum
on Tuesday, February 21st @ 6:00 PM in the MES
Parent Forum - February 21st @ 6:00 PM
We a re half way th r o ugh the year with the strt of the
3rd quart er. On the first day of school year I
announced to parents that we would have a Parent
orum once we were well into the school year. This
It’s spring and that brings warmer weather….and violations of dress code.  Below is the dress code reprinted from the Student Handbook. 

                                                 Red Ribbon Week
Milton Elementary School will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week October 23-27. The Red Ribbon Campaign is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation, reaching millions of young people during Red Ribbon Week. We will be offering age and grade level appropriate activities during this week.
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Monday, October 23 - Wear Red Day!! ALL STAFF AND STUDENTS SHOULD WEAR AS MUCH RED AS POSSIBLE. WE WILL BE TAKING A GROUP PHOTO. High School Students will present gift/informational bags prepared for our students.
‣ Tuesday, October 24 - Pledge Day - Students will sign pledges to be drug free. Fisher Cats mascot, Fungo, visits MES.
 ‣ Wednesday, October 25 - We will be delivering food to Milton Town Hall for the Community Food Pantry.
‣ Wednesday, October 25 - Take a Break from Red Day! Wear Orange! UNITY DAY: Together against bullying. United for kindness, acceptance and inclusion. Make it ORANGE and make it end! What are your true colors when it comes to bullying? If you care about safe and supportive schools and communities make your color ORANGE on Unity Day. That’s the day everyone can come together – in schools, communities, and online – and send one large ORANGE message of support, hope, and unity to show that we are together against bullying and united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion. Individuals across the nation, and even world-wide, can participate in Unity Day.
 ‣ Thursday, October 26 - Sock it to Drugs! Crazy Socks Day
 ‣ Friday, October 27 - “Say Boo To Drugs” - Students will be able to wear costumes. See guidelines below. Guest Speaker: Elizabeth Baker, Health Educator - Discussing “Positive Coping Skills”

            Costume Guidelines for Friday, October 27

No Bloody, Gory, Scary Costumes.
No full masks.
Must fit with school dress code (i.e. length of shorts etc.)
The costume must not be cumbersome and the student and others must be able to participate in academics (for example, no boxy costumes, no conjoined costumes).
Minimal props and absolutely no prop weapons of any kind. For our younger students, please be aware of any costume pieces that might present a choking hazard.
Keep in mind the safety of your child and others when considering fabrics, materials, make up, etc.
Footwear must be in accordance with dress code and safety guidelines. 


October is Fire Safety Month
October 16- 22nd- Digital Citizenship Week
October 23-31 - Red Ribbon Week



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