Milton High School Weekly Updates


Please be sure to read the weekly updates for important information and to learn about upcoming events. Have a safe and happy weekend! Go Wildcats!

Milton Glows Gold TONIGHT at 7PM at the MHS home Football Game!

We are all looking forward to the GLOW OUT Varsity Football game, tonight at 7pm at Brooks Field! Wear GOLD to the game to show your support for families impacted by childhood cancer. All proceeds from Milton Glows Gold support families affected by childhood cancer.

Milton Glows Gold is going strong in MPS! The October 7 blood drive spots filled in hours and several students and staff have signed up to join Run/Walk/Ride. Our goal is to pledge 15,590 miles walked/biked/run in October, one mile each for every child diagnosed with cancer this year. Sign up now and be sure to join your school’s team!

MHS Homecoming Dance - October 1st!

The Milton High School HOCO '22 Dance is just one week away!

Tickets for the October 1st dance are on sale at all lunches for just $10.

All MHS juniors and seniors are invited to attend!

MHS teachers chaperone, but we REALLY REALLY REALLY need HELP from MHS parents/guardians with set up and donations!

Please see the sign up here to help our junior and senior classes have an AMAZING HOCO ’22!

Our MHS Student Government and the Athletic Department are also super excited to be hosting Homecoming 2022 events next week by inviting the community to come and support sports at all home competitions next week! There will be themes for each event!

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MHS Clubs & Activities

Click on the link below and check out all of the clubs and activities MHS has to offer!

There truly is something fun for everyone!

Internet Safety Presentation

We are pleased to welcome Internet Safety Expert Katie Greer back to MPS on Wednesday, September 28 at 6pm at Milton High School for Raising Digital Natives: What’s New? What’s Now? What’s Next? This presentation is open to all Milton parents and guardians.

Katie Greer will speak to our 3-5th graders across the district during the school day and will present to adults in the evening. Katie knows it can be daunting being a parent in this digitally driven time and will update parents on the latest tech trends, safety issues, and tips on how to help our kids have a productive and healthy relationship with technology. Come learn what’s new, what’s now, and what’s next when it comes to your kids and technology.

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Fall Cheer Team Fundraiser

The Fall Cheer Team is having a car wash fundraiser!

WHEN: Saturday, September 24th

WHERE: Cunningham School

COST: $10 per car

TIME: 9-noon

MHS Athletics

Join us tonight at 7:00PM at our home field to watch the undefeated Wildcats take on Holliston High School!

Spectator Behavior: Please review our expectations of those who attend Football Games below:

  • No pets, bicycles, or bags are allowed inside the fence.
  • All spectators should engage in appropriate behavior during the Football Game.

Spectators, specifically young students, should NOT:

  • Play touch or tackle football in the end zones;
  • Engage in fighting or play-fighting;
  • Sit on or climb on fences or any surrounding equipment;
  • Go in the wooded areas around the concourse;
  • Misuse the bathroom and/or vandalize the bathroom facilities.

Any student who cannot meet these expectations will be removed from the game and not allowed to attend games for the rest of the season. We strongly encourage parents/guardians of middle school and elementary school students attending the game to accompany their children at the game. There is no admission charge this year!

Milton High School also takes the MIAA Sportsmanship Policy extremely seriously, especially taunting. Taunting includes any actions or comments by coaches, players, or spectators which are intended to bait, anger, embarrass, ridicule, or demean others (players, coaches or officials), whether or not the deeds or words are vulgar or racist. Included is conduct that berates, needles, intimidates, or threatens, based on race, gender identity, ethnic origin, or background, and conduct that attacks religious beliefs, size, economic status, speech, family, special needs, or personal characteristics. Those who are found taunting players, coaches, or officials will be removed from the game and not allowed to attend games for the rest of the season.

MHS Swing Fore Sports

FORE! Register today for MHS Boosters annual “Swing Fore Sports” fundraiser on Monday, October 17 at Granite Links! Details can be found here.

All athletic schedules can be found here. Follow any team, receive updates by email or text, and receive reminders before each game by creating a link to your Google Calendar.

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SAT/PSAT/Digital Citizenship Day-Wednesday, October 12

Wednesday October 12th will be a busy day at MHS.

Our seniors will be taking the SATs, our juniors and sophomores will be taking the PSATs and our freshmen will be able to participate in a Digital Citizenship Workshop at MHS or participate in a Day of Service in the community. Watch your emails for more details to come!

The College Application Essay

Hello seniors and families:

Here is a PowerPoint that provides an overview of the college application essay, including what it is, why it is important, tips on how to write it and how to get help with it at MHS. Please take time to look through it and if you have any questions or concerns, reach out to the School Counseling Office and/or to H Hardie, English Department Head for assistance.

Community Service and Employment Opportunities

Are you looking for community service opportunities? Throughout the year you will be able to access any community service opportunities here. There are already several opportunities available for students to volunteer. Get involved now!

District News & Important Dates


  • Sept 28 Katie Greer Presentation
  • Oct 1 MHS Homecoming Dance
  • Oct 2 Celebrate Milton
  • Oct 5 No School Yom Kippur
  • Oct 10 No School Indigenous Peoples Day
  • Oct 11 SEPAC Open House
  • Oct 12 Milton School Committee
  • Oct 17 MHS Swing FORE Sports

Health Screening Updates

Massachusetts General Law, chapter 71, section 57 with related regulations 105 CMR 200.000 mandates that school nurses do periodic screenings of vision, hearing, growth (height and weight), and posture. Bill H.4056, section 97 requires schools to conduct annual verbal screenings (SBIRT) for substance use. Pursuant to these regulations, MPS nurses screen students according to the following schedule:

Parents/guardians will be notified if a vision, hearing, or postural screening requires further evaluation. Included in this notification will be a request for a report from your healthcare provider of their findings so that the nurses are aware of any problems which may interfere with learning and can accommodate any needs that are identified.

Parents may choose not to have their children participate in any or all screenings. Please notify your school nurse in writing by October 1, 2022 if you wish for your student to opt-out of a screening. This must be done annually.

If your student is receiving treatment for a vision, hearing, or postural concern, please provide Shannon Aikey, with current medical documentation of their condition.

Instrument Lessons

Instrumental Lesson slots are still available! If your student is in grade 4 and above and you were unable to register for music lessons, please reach out to program director Rebecca Damiani at to find out which instruments still have available time slots.

MPS Community News & Events page

SEPAC Board Meeting

SEPAC invites you to our Open House on Tuesday, October 11, from 6:30-8:30pm in the Pierce cafeteria. We welcome you to join us for refreshments and conversation, to meet SEPAC board members, and learn about our work in the district and goals for the coming year. Childcare will be provided.

Other important dates:

Thursday, October 5th from 4-6pm Transition to Adult Disability Fair at the Cardinal Cushing Centers Cafe @ 120 Columbia Rd, Hanover MA

Please visit our Milton SEPAC events page for other upcoming events

Family Resources

If you have questions about MPS programs, how to connect with school staff, or need general information about community resources, please reach out to Marti O’Keefe McKenna, Family Outreach Liaison via telephone at 617-980-7343 or email at For information about ongoing community resources, please visit our Family Resource Newsletter.
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