Congrats to 8th Grade students and families as they begin another chapter...8th Grade Promotion celebrates accomplishments and a significant student transition. Pictured are Ms. Shade and Mr. Moore to recognize after school clubs, class officers, and Student Council members.
Milton-Union Elementary School was all business yesterday! Third-grade students hosted Economics Day where they created, marketed, and sold homemade goods, and fifth-grade students met with a variety of professionals to learn about different careers during Career Day. #ComMUnity
Sending another reminder to parents and families...like previous school years, there will be a districtwide two-hour early release for all students on Thursday, June 1, 2023. Please contact your student's building office with questions. Summer is right around the corner!
Last Friday, for the first time ever, every grade level (pre-k through 12) was able to participate in Ag Awareness Day - an annual event where students can learn about agriculture through hands-on experiences with farm equipment like tractors of various sizes, as well as livestock and animals such as poultry, rabbits, reptiles, goats, pigs, cattle, and horses. HUGE thank you to Mrs. Kimball, her students, and the families who help make this happen each year! #CreatingAwesome
Job well done to all the student instrumentalists participating in the Milton-Union Band Department's Spring Concert and special congratulations to the 18 seniors recognized this evening for their years of commitment! #BulldogPride
Kindergarten students have been participating in an “A-Z Countdown” to the last day of school. Can you guess what the theme for “W” day was today? #CreatingAwesome
Didn't catch every Bulldog on camera crossing the stage during tonight's MVCTC Senior Recognition Program...there were several! Congrats to ALL our MVCTC students and Bulldog families for their accomplishments! Thanks to MVCTC for being great partners! See you soon at MUHS!
Starting the celebration for members of the Bulldog Class of 2023 beginning with MUHS career-technical students recognized this evening at the MVCTC Senior Recognition Program! Congratulations!
The Milton-Union MVCTC FFA Chapter hosted its 8th Annual Parent-Member Banquet last Saturday. During the evening, members were recognized for achievements such as class leadership awards, CDE participation, and chapter proficiency awards. Thank you to the 160+ parents, members, and special guests who joined us and the generous contributions by banquet donors who made it possible!
School resource officer, Deputy Lyons, joined Miss Falldorf’s third-grade classroom while they played board games! #ComMUnity #CreatingAwesome
Last call for kindergarteners! This is the final week to register a new kindergarten student for the 23-24 school year and receive a screening appointment. Please follow the link for more information. https://5il.co/1r7yg
Don't miss the M-U Education Foundation Bulldog Classic on Friday, June 9! For information, follow the link to enter a team or donate. The foundation raises funds to support teacher mini-grants and student scholarships. Thanks! www.mueducationfoundation.org/
Thank you to M-U/MVCTC STEM advisory committee member Julie Motz and senior ECT student Zach Kranz of the University of Dayton who helped facilitate Ms. Henderson's classes on Thursday, May 11, as students practiced their skills soldering flashlight circuit boards. Very cool!
After reading Much Ado About Nothing in class, Mrs. Davis's Honors and CP English 10 classes experienced the magic of live performance through a performance and workshop by the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company through Muse Machine. Students had fun opportunities to choose how actors performed or interpreted specific scenes: Should Beatrice and Benedick have a rap battle or dance battle? Should Benedick hide in plain sight as a fountain or a statue? Should the Friar act like a baby or an old man? #CreatingAwesome
Milton-Union and Miami East students participated in a Shoes 4 the Shoeless event this morning, providing over 30 pairs of shoes for elementary-aged students. #ComMUnity
DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION for Monday, May 8, 2023 Families of students riding bus number: Bus #8 Bus number 8 will not run Monday, May 8, 2023 morning or afternoon. If families cannot arrange alternative transportation, parents or guardians should call the building main office to report students’ excused absences. This only affects riders of bus number 8. Thank you for your understanding and support of the Milton-Union Schools.
Congratulations to Zach Roberts and Mike Meredith for grant awards distributed during today's Miami County Foundation celebration at the Tipp Center. Becky Garrett also attended to accept grant dollars on behalf of the Bulldog Bags program! Well done! #PeopleHelpingPeople
Follow the link for the Milton-Union School District statement regarding concerns being raised on social media. https://www.muschools.com/article/1102198
DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION for FRIDAY, May 5, 2023. Attention families of students riding: Bus #9 Bus #24 Bus number 9 and bus number 24 WILL run morning routes on Friday, May 5, but will be UNABLE to run middle/high and elementary school AFTERNOON routes the same day. Meaning, students may ride district transportation in the morning, but families will need to make other arrangements for afternoon pick-up. If you are unable to make transportation arrangements after the school day for FRIDAY, May 5 or if you have attendance questions, please contact the appropriate building office. Thank you for your understanding and support of the Milton-Union Schools.
Consider attending the Milton-Union Education Foundation Bulldog Classic on Friday, June 9. For information, follow the link to enter a team or donate. The foundation raises funds to support teacher mini-grants and student scholarships. Thanks! www.mueducationfoundation.org/