Anthony P. DeMarco
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Congratulations are extended to the middle school Destination Imagination team that placed 2nd in the State-wide competition and will be traveling to Knoxville, Tennessee for the Global Finals competition this May. The team “Making Waves” members are: Jacob Federico, Jordyn Young, Marley Heidel, Tyler Berry, Olivia Conforti, Kelsea Zwicker, Samantha Sullivan and Coach Cheri Federico.
The “Kewl Kidz” team, went to states, the team members are: Emma Brocklehurst, Emmalene Budway, Angie Calo, Jillian Dube, Abby Forrence, Saranne Sabotka and Coach Jennifer Brocklehurst.
The team “DI Lovers” went to states also, the team members are: Garrett Rizzo, Nitya Nambiar, Daniel Schongar, Nicole Skare and Coach Pam Rizzo.
A special congratulation to Abby Forrence, Grade 7, who was named as the National Ambassador for Fuel Up to Play 60 for the 2015-2016 school year. Abby is one of five national ambassadors to be chosen by FUTP60 for the upcoming school year. Abby is currently the New Hampshire State Ambassador for FUTP60.
Congratulations to some very talented MMS students who have achieved recognition in specific areas of the arts. Jade deLeon, Grade 7, was accepted to participate in both the NHBDA Middle Level Honors Band, which was held at Pinkerton Academy on Friday, March 20th, and the Middle School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall in New York City to be held at the end of June.
Hazen Soucy, Grade 8, has received a national medal in the 2015 Scholastic Art Awards for his drawing, “Radio Flyer”. The Gold Key winning artwork from the state level goes onto the adjudication process at the national level. National Medalists and educators are invited to attend the National ceremony at Carnegie Hall on Thursday, June 11 at 5pm. Hazen is the first Milford Middle School student and the only middle school from New Hampshire to receive this honor this honor.
In regards to cars and vehicles on school property, when parked in the Loop or waiting for students after school in the parking lot we ask that you please turn off your car to help conserve fuel and to contribute to a cleaner environment and air quality.
Enjoy the warmer (and dryer) weather, hopefully it will continue past this week until the end of the school year.
Tony DeMarco, Principal