Gertrude Hawk Chocolate Fundraiser!!!
Gertrude Hawk Chocolate Fundraiser!!!
Milton Bicentennial Contest
Students in grades K-12 were invited to participate in the Milton Bicentennial Contest to celebrate Milton’s 200th birthday. Entries for the contest could vary and include essays (one page or less), poems, songs, videos, artwork or anything else that demonstrates why Milton is a special place.
All entries must be original work by the student and will be judged within these categories:
Grades: K-1, 2-3, 4-5 (one prize in each category) Grades: 6-7-8 (two prizes) Grades: 9-10, 11-12 (one prize in each category)
Entries were due by February 1, 2017 and must include the student’s name, grade, teacher and school.
Each class collected entries and a committee member picked them up to be judged. The winner in each category will receive $200 and have their project showcased in the high school lobby and at The Milton Bicentennial Bash on February 25, 2017 at St. Joseph Parish Center.
Front Row: Keenyn Meyer (3rd), Hayden Rodarte (3rd), Kylie Long (3rd), Ethan Zechman (3rd), Kylie Schrock (K), Makayla Wolfe (K), Gabriella Gauger (K)
Back Row: Jake Harris (3rd), Gabbie Heckman (3rd), Elizabeth Schrock (3rd), Molly Reichenbach (3rd), Trenton Zechman (3rd), Daelyn Shemory (K), Kaylie Savidge (5th)
Missing in Picture: Aubryana Hertzler (1st)
A Letter to the Milton Community,
I am proud to say that we strive to uphold a learning environment that provides equitable access for every one of the approximate 2,050 students who attend Milton daily. In response to media questions, I presented the following press release that provides greater detail to the collaborative work occurring in Milton schools. As we continue to focus on our students’ success and in an effort to communicate transparently, I believe it is important that the Milton school community have access to my entire press release.
Cathy S. Keegan
Superintendent of Schools
Read the full Press Release here: Press Release January 30, 2017
2nd Marking Period Award Assembly
Writer’s Workshop Award
Growth Mindset Award
PAWS CARD DANCE PARTY WINNERS
Montandon's Pawsitive Panthers for January:
The following students have been chosen to receive this month's Pawsitive Panther Award for displaying consistent positive behavior and excellence in the classroom:
PAWSITIVE PANTHER WINNERS
Front Row: Domminick Mong (1st Mr. Balliet), Briana Ulrich (2nd Mrs. Winters), Bailey Lepley (1st Ms. Biro),
Brooke Bertin (K Mrs. Romania), Dexter Dennis (K Ms. Martin)
Back Row: Connor Fawcett (5th Mr. Marshall), Jake Harris (3rd Mrs. Blough), Kiera Nickles (4th Mr. Manotti)
Wrapping Mr. Heggenstaller Reading Challenge
Montandon held a reading challenge during the week of December 2nd-9th
Each student was asked Kindergarten–2nd grade to read 10-15 minutes, and 3rd–5th grade 25-30 minutes each night for 5 nights. Parents were asked to sign and date their reading log each night that their child read at home. Once 5 nights have been read, the students returned their reading log to school. All completed reading logs were entered into a drawing to Wrap Mr. Heggenstaller during our holiday assembly. Thank you for encouraging reading every day and for helping to reach your child’s goal at home.
These students were drawn to wrap Mr. Heggenstaller
Front Row: Blaze Beachel (1st), Aspen Huhn (1st), Coltin Dauberman (K), Brynn Umholtz (K), Kylie Schrock (K)
Back Row: Landon Murray (1st), Alysa Paige-Miller (4th), Luke Goodwin (5th), Ciara Moser (3rd), Monty Fisher (3rd)
Not Pictured: Logan Savidge (2nd)
Montandon's students also voted to have a teacher be wrapped along with Mr. Heggenstaller.
By popular vote, Mr. Manotti (4th grade) was voted to be wrapped as present along with Mr. Heggenstaller.