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The Hollenbach Family will attest to the fact that it was a picture perfect fall day as Baugher celebrated "Fall Fun Day".

The Knelly kids proudly sport some crazy balloon hats while Nathaniel Hagenbuch and his mom make a birdfeeder.

To assist with National Bullying Prevention Month, please visit these resources from the Pennsylvania Department of Education.  The PA Bullying Prevention Consultation Line number is 1-866-716-0424.  Messages can be left 24 hour a day, seven days a week, and will be returned Monday-Friday during normal business hours.  The Bullying Prevention Consultation Line is a toll free number that will allow individuals experiencing chronic and unresolved bullying to discuss effective strategies and available resources to deal with school-based bullying; and is available, to students, parents/guardians and school districts across the state of Pennsylvania.

It was Friday September 18th and all three elementary buildings gathered at the High School for the "School Wide Positive Behavior" kickoff.  This is an annual pep rally that started when the Olweus Anti Bullying Program was put in place in the district five years ago.  School Wide Positive Behavior is a program where students are taught the expected and appropriate behaviors throughout all school settings.  Practice kindness and Respect - Act Responsibly - Work Hard - Stay Safe,  are the guidelines for what is expected of all students in all settings while at school.  During the kickoff the cheerleaders and band helped keep the pep rally atmosphere going!   Miss Kling a third grade teacher at Baugher was at the microphone getting the children excited about the implementation of the new School Wide program.  One of the most important messages of the day was "Each little thing we do goes out like a ripple into the world."   This is a quote from a childrens book called  "Each Kindness" by Jacqueline Woodson which was read to the students at the pep rally.  There is a vase filled with water in the lobby of each building and students were encouraged to drop a pebble into the water for a kindness they have done and watch the ripple effect on the surface.  This is a lesson we can all learn and benefit from in our lives.

Milton Area School District’s new notification system is attached to our student information system, Sapphire.  Parents have the ability to change contact information and update their notification workflows in the portal. Parents, please follow the steps in this document to ensure that your contact information is correct and notification settings are setup in order to receive information from the Milton Area School District.

Don't have a Sapphire parent account?  Read this article!

Attention Parents/Guardians:

Milton Area School District is using Sapphire Student Information System and Online Gradebook beginning with the 15-16 school year.  The system provides a Community Web Portal for parents to view grades, assignments, and school announcements for their children.

Please create your Sapphire Parent Community Web Portal account by following these steps:

  • Click on the for PARENTS link on the district homepage above
  • Click on the Sapphire icon
  • Click on the “Community Portal Application and Acceptable Use Policy Form” on the right side under "Don’t have an account"
  • Follow all the prompts to complete the process (you must have a valid email address)

You will receive an email upon submitting the online application.  You will receive a second email when the account is approved and finalized by Mr. Brian Ulmer, Director of Secondary Education.  The second email will include a five-digit PIN generated by the Sapphire system.  You can then login to Sapphire with the username and password that you selected in the online application and the system-generated PIN provided in the second email.

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