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French III and IV students enjoyed an elegant dinner at Le Jeune Chef on Thursday, November 19.  Seated at the head of the table is Ms. Toni Burke, French instructor.  Bon Appétit!

Members of the Spanish Honor Society recently filled shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child.  This program provides gift-filled shoeboxes to children in other countries who won’t receive anything else for Christmas.  The boxes are stuffed with toys, school supplies, candy, cosmetic items and other miscellaneous objects. The members can choose to fill a box for a boy or girl and they can choose one of three age brackets.  Each shoebox will be tracked through the shipping labels and we’ll get a list of where the shoeboxes went.  This year 19 shoeboxes were filled by various SHS members.

High school students attended a Central PA Chamber of Commerce Legislative Breakfast on November 20 at Country Cupboard in Lewisburg.  Pictured are:  Denny Hummer of the Small Business Development Center at Bucknell University; Callista Dyer, Donna Peterman, Amber Lobos and Sandy Tosca, PennDOT District Executive.  Topics discussed were Central PA Railroad system, Small Business Development, and a history of the Federal and State Interstate program in and around the Susquehanna Valley. Students from the American Government classes were chosen because they are excellent students with an awareness of the current events and politics that concern their lives.

Robert (Bob) Moyer, his wife Peggy, and daughter Barbara, who currently reside in Florida, stopped by Milton High School to reminisce about old times. Bob is a graduate of the Class of 1945.  Even though Bob grew up on Columbia Avenue and attended the Turbot Avenue High School (now Rockwell), he was extremely interested in seeing the current building.  They toured the Literacy Café and viewed the memorabilia in the cafeteria.  Peggy chuckled when viewing a poster of a Milton vs. Danville football game (dated 1938) as she attended Danville High School.  She was glad scores were not listed because Bob would not let her live it down had Danville lost. Bob said he did not play football, however he did manage the team for one year.  He said he was too skinny to play.  Bob is a recent donor to the Alumni Foundation and was very proud to see his name listed on our plaque.  How wonderful to have Milton Alumni return after all these years!

Congratulations Milton Area Senior High School Administration and Faculty!

The Milton Area School District is proud to announce the release of the School Performance Profile (SPP) data for the 2014-2015 school year. The SPP of the Milton High School has increased 7.3 points to 67.9. This increase has been achieved through an increase in many areas of measurement by the state, including attendance and graduation rate – not just academic achievement. The district administration and staff have been working hard to impact the success of our students in all areas of the Milton Area Senior High School.

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