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The Milton Area School District is adopting Microsoft Office 365 accounts for all staff and students in grades 6 through 12 beginning with the 2015-16 school year.  Click here to learn more.

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.

A welcome back assembly for high school students had the kids and teachers cheering.  High School staff participated in several "competitive" events including tug-of-war, dodge ball, and "blindfolded" musical chairs (and the chairs did not stay in one place).  This time together as high school staff and students was an exciting and fun way to kick off the new school year.  Pictured is Mr. Bergey egging on the crowd and teachers in the throws of an all-out tug of war.

High School teachers took a technology integration class this summer, and Mrs. Hunter, Spanish teacher, brought her new learning straight to the classroom on Day 1.  Mrs. Hunter used a site called Poll Everywhere and students used their cell phones.  The results of the poll popped up on the interactive whiteboard in the classroom.  Students were asked to complete this sentence, "Yo tengo . . . "   They had fun seeing everyone's responses in real time and good class interaction resulted.  Great ice breaker as students returned to class on August 20.

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