An independent organization, separate from the public schools, established to enhance the quality of education and expand educational opportunities within the Milton Public Schools.


Thanks to Everyone who came out to celebrate the memory of Sam Cichello at the

MFE's 16th Annual

Monster Dash!

 The winner for the men

Timothy Murphy

For the women and second overall Alicia Fannon! 


 You can find overall results here     and finishers by age group here 



The MFE's Annual Appeal


Fund a First


If every Milton Public School family donates $25,

we can raise $75,000!


To donate securely, click here or mail your name & donation to:

Milton Foundation for Education P.O. Box 223

Milton, MA 02186. 


Thank you. We wish you a happy and healthy school year! 





Thank you to our Sponsors:



afc Doctor's Express - Urgent Care


          Marc A. Susi Scholarship Fund            

   Planet Chrysler - Jeep - Dodge - Ram       


Bay State Physical Therapy/Milton Chiropractic   

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital Milton   

Braintree Pediatric Dental          Braintree Plumbing   

Elliott Physical Therapy     Fruit Center Marketplace

       The Kaster Family     Krokidas and Bluestein Attorneys

   Tufts Floating Hospital for Children     Fallon Ambulance


Boston ENT Associates     Fitness Unlimited   Hyde Park Pediatrics   

Skoler & DiMazio Orthodontics     Central Liquors





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Oct 27

Now *That* was a monster of a MONSTER DASH! and the winner

is. . .

MyTownMatters -  by Frank Schroth   This afternoon's running of the Milton Monster Dash set records for runners, attendance, and fun! Organizers report that ovr 850 people registered for the race - close to double last year's number. 

Read More on MyTownMatters







MPS Program Puts Scientists in Elementary Classrooms

MyTownMatters -  by Frank Schroth

The Milton Public Schools have partnered with Science from Scientists, an acclaimed program which sends scientists into elementary classrooms to work with students.  The program was piloted in the Cunningham and Collicot Grade 5 classrooms last year, with funding provided by the

Milton Foundation for Education.

Read More on the MFE News Page