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

  The MFE's

Annual Appeal:

 

Fund a First

 

Thanks to the generous support of the Annual Appeal by parents, businesses and charitable organizations, teachers are able to utilize

state-of-the-art tools, providing many "firsts" for

all of our students.

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If every Milton Public School family donates $25,

we can raise $75,000!

 

That's enough to fund many important

firsts in the

Milton Public Schools.

 

To donate securely,

click here or mail your name and donation to:

Milton Foundation for Education, P.O. Box 223, Milton, MA 02186. 

 

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

 

 

 

 

      The MFE announces it's Artwork Competition!

 

Create your best Monster Dash Design and

 submit one entry by Wednesday, October 8th. 

The winner will see their drawing on race t-shirts,

and help start the runners on race day, October 26th. 

                       Click here for an Entry Form or here to Register for the Race.

 

                                                                                                       

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 Oct  26

 

 

 

 


 

Monster Dash - Cunningham Park

 

 

 

Nov  12 Milton Stars  - Wollaston Country                                     Club

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Apr

17

Milton Foundation for Education Celebration succeeds

Milton Times - The Milton Foundation for Education is thanking the supporters who turned out April 12 for their annual Celebration for Education fundraiser for the Milton Public Schools, held at the Boston Marriott Quincy.

More on the MFE News Page

 

Feb 17

 

'Flipped Classroom’ Trend Has Students Learn At Home First

BOSTON (CBS) – A so called “flipped” or “blended” classroom is a growing trend in education.   This is when a

student takes a virtual lesson at home, and then comes into school to have it reinforced by a teacher.  It might sound a little backward, but many school districts say they are getting great results with this model.

More on the MFE News Page