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Milton-Union Exempted Village Schools
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The 2014 graduation rate is hovering around 95%.
This past year’s graduating class earned more than $2 million in scholarships.
100% of M-U teachers are certified in their teaching area.
(P.I.) score on the 2014 district report card is 100.02,
the highest P.I. score yet!
The P.I. reflects the achievement of every student enrolled in M-U.
A different weight is assigned to the overall percentage of students who score in one of the following ranges: advanced, accelerated, proficient, basic and limited.
57.7% of M-U students scored in the advanced or accelerated range.
M-U, along with Piqua City and Franklin-Monroe Local Schools, received $2.1 million from the
Ohio Department of Education’s Straight A grant
This is a K-1 literacy initiative that will bolster reading achievement through: increased parent engagement; 1:1 laptops; and highly engaging multi-media reading modules.
32 students in grades two through eight attended the summer Robotics Camp in June.
The students worked in teams and created many creative models!
U.S. Department of Education’s Green Ribbon Award
– M-U was one of nine districts in the country to be recognized for its reduced environmental impact and costs; an improved environment promoting health and wellness; and teaching an environmental and sustainability education.
Energy Star rating
– during an energy audit conducted to verify the efficiency of the building,
M-U earned 92 of the possible 100 points on the Energy Star checklist.
A score of 75 or better qualifies a building for an Energy Star rating.
New courses added – in partnership with Miami Valley Career Technology Center, three courses will be added:
Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
for students in grades 8-10 and
Foundations of Business and Management
high school students. These two classes will provide students with an introduction to business concepts, management, marketing and economics.