Monthly Archives: January 2019

Milford Public Schools Administrators and School Committee Were Special Guests at CFM’s January Public Meeting

Over two dozen Milford residents attended Citizens for Milford’s first public meeting of the year to hear from members of the  Milford Public Schools administration and School Committee on January 16.

Citizens for Milford extends its sincerest appreciation to Superintendent Kevin McIntyre; Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Craig Consigli; English Learner Program Director Jennifer Noorjanian; Special Education Director Lucy Jenkins; High School Principal Josh Otlin; and members of the School Committee for presenting information about what is happening in our schools and for answering extensive questions from the audience.

We also thank everyone who attended last night’s event.

A topic of discussion last night was Milford Public School’s Long-Range Vision and Strategy Plan. You can view it here.

If you missed the meeting, you will be able to watch it soon. The pros from Milford TV video recorded the meeting, and we will post the link here as soon as it is available. Thank you Milford TV!

 

 

JOIN US! First Public Meeting of the New Year January 16

Milford Public Schools Officials Will Be Our Guest Speakers

Citizens for Milford invites all residents to attend our first public meeting of the new year on Wednesday, January 16 at 7:00 p.m. in the Milford Town Library. Members of the Milford Public Schools administration will be our special guests.

Superintendent Kevin McIntyre; Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Craig Consigli; English Learner Program Director Jennifer Noorjanian; and Special Education Director Lucy Jenkins will present information regarding the school department structure, operations, new initiatives, the English Learner and Special Education programs, and current challenges. Following their presentation, Citizens for Milford Chairman Steve Trettel and Vice Chairman Jose Costa will invite attendees to ask questions of the administrators.

“A key component of Citizens for Milford’s mission is to host casual public meetings that provide direct access to our public officials. Because the success of our schools is critical to all members of our community, we invite all residents to join us on January 16th to meet our school administrators and ask questions of importance to you,” says Chairman Steve Trettel.

The Milford Town Library is located at 80 Spruce Street. The meeting will be held in the library’s Granite and Quarry rooms on the lower level. Limited parking is available at the library. Additional parking is available on Spruce Street and at nearby Stacy Middle School.