High School Eagle Update

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Constitution Day at MHS

New Information

Another week is coming to a close, but we are rolling here at MHS. We hope that you had an opportunity to check in with your student's teachers during conferences. If not, they are generally accessible with an email. We want our families to know we value your partnership in this process.

The state of Ohio released report cards for schools yesterday. We are so proud of the effort of our kids, staff, and administrative team in the work they put in to achieve these results. We know our kids can compete not just locally but globally with the best. We will review the data and find little things we can adjust to continue striving for new heights.


  • Congratulations to the following students on their election to DECA Club officer 2022-2023 posts: President - Dawson Daniels, Vice President - Reese Hoffman, Secretary - Tyler Bush, Treasurer - Nick Fox, Social Media Manager - Cheruby Herbert, Project Managers - Elizabeth Eminger, Sophia Sanchez, Ethan Hawkins

  • MHS Outdoor Club - What is it? A group of people who like to hike, rock climb, kayak, and enjoy the outdoors! Pick what you want to do and join us. What do you do? We meet once a month to do something outdoors. We also will have get togethers during flex time. First Flex Meeting: September 15 “B”. See Ms. Vanags or Mr. Cambron with questions.

What is Flex Bell?

One white days students have a chunk of time to get academic support, explore a new activity, meet with college/career recruiters or interact with a club they might be interested in joining.

Counseling Notes

Important Links for the 22-23 School Year

School Calendar

Hall sweep explanation


Use Pay Schools to pay for lunches, school fees, sport participation fees, and more!

Click on this link to learn how to sign up and get started!


School Lunches 22-23

    For those that don’t know, school breakfast and lunch will no longer be free in the fall of 2022 in all states except California and Maine (these two have continued the program). If you think your student qualifies for free or reduced lunch, you will need to fill out an application with the school district. And remember, if your student gets free or reduced lunch, they also get free or reduced breakfast. When the form is available (August 1st) for 22-23, it will be posted here.


    Milford School District has partnered with FinalForms, to enable parents/guardians to complete their child’s forms online. Click here to update your child's information if anything has changed from last year! This is the tool you use to keep all family and student information up to date throughout the school year.

    FinalForms Link


    Milford's Transportation Department will share bus routes electronically via ELinks.

    1. MEVSD parents use your child's student ID number for both the username and password.
    2. Click on “work with students.”
    3. Click on “view my students.”
    4. Click on your “student's name” to view transportation record.

    *The system is still being updated for the 2022-2023 school year and may not yet be accurate or up-to-date.


    We encourage you to have these forms filled out over the summer prior to the beginning of next school year. If you wish to drop off medication and permission forms for next school year, the clinic will be open beginning August 9th , 2021 daily from 8am-2pm.

    Patty Price BSN, RN, LSN

    District Nurse



    Stefanie Flynn BSN, RN

    Health Aide




    For information about athletics, please access these sites to find information and contacts.

    Fall Sports Pre Participation Information

    Milford High School Athletic website

    Milford High School Band website

    Milford High School Choir website

    Milford Engineering website

    Director of Athletics - Mr. Aaron Zupka

    Director of Extracurriculars - Mr. Josh Kauffman


    Click these links to access the district website and the calendar page with dates for the 2022-2023 School Year!

    Dress Code

    The goal and purpose of this dress code is to set standards and expectations of dress which serve to support a learning environment that is safe and focused on learning. A primary focus of Milford High School is to appropriately prepare students for life beyond the school environment and the standards listed below will prepare students to engage, adapt, and demonstrate responsibility safely both in the school environment as well as in life beyond the classroom walls.

    • Student dress shall not compromise the safety of students or staff. Items/Accessories containing spikes/studs/chains/are not permitted to be worn.
    • Outer layer of clothing should cover the torso of the body.
    • Any garment or attire containing, referencing, promoting, or glorifying alcohol, tobacco, drugs, gangs, violence, death, suicide, gore, and/or blood are strictly prohibited.
    • Garments and attire shall not be harassing in nature nor discriminate against any ethnicity, culture, gender, sexuality or religion.
    • Student faces shall be fully and clearly visible at all times while on school property.
    • Appropriate footwear shall be worn at all times while on school property.
    • Costumes should only be worn as approved or on spirit days.

    High School Twitter Accounts to Follow

    Milford High School - @MilfordHsEagles

    Milford Schools - @Milford_Schools

    Mr. Spieser (MEVSD Superintendent) - @Milford_Super

    Dr. Arnold (MHS Principal) - @Dr_Tyler_Arnold

    Mr. Yeager (NGC Associate Principal) - @MrDYeager

    Mr. Haluga (MHS Assistant Principal - 10th) - @MHS_Haluga

    Mrs. Kauffman (MHS Assistant Principal - 12th) - @MHS_KKauffman

    Mr. Carter (MHS Assistant Principal - 11th) - @MHS_Carter

    Mr. Hatfield (Milford Academy Principal) - @MHS_SuccessAcad

    Milford Athletics - @Milford_Eagles