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Schedule Change for Jan. 15/19
from Bob Mullaney, Superintendent
As you are probably aware, there has been a discrepancy between in-person days for Cohort A and B, with Cohort A students receiving more in-person instruction during the course of the year.  This has been exacerbated by the recent “remote” day on December 17 due to snow.  Additionally, Cohort B students had to switch to completely asynchronous learning for a good part of December 7 and all of December 8 as the school had no Internet service.  
To help mitigate the disparity, we had Cohort B come in for in-person learning yesterday (Tuesday, December 22), and we will be adjusting our schedule for the January Professional Development day.  The Professional Development day originally scheduled for Friday, January 15, has been moved to Tuesday, January 19.  January 15 will now be a regular school day for students with Cohort A learning remotely and Cohort B students learning in person.  On Tuesday, January 19 (the day following Martin Luther King, Jr. Day), students will have no school as staff will be participating in professional development.
We realize that this schedule change may cause inconvenience for some of our families, but feel it is important to have as much equity with live in-person instruction between the cohorts as possible.  We will continue to monitor this issue as the year progresses.  Thank you in advance for your patience and flexibility as we continue to adapt to challenging circumstances.


Millis High School is an award-winning school with 332 students in grades 9-12.  Millis High School students seek to challenge themselves academically, and live out our school's core values and beliefs.

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The Millis High School family fosters the intellectual, personal and social growth of all its learners. This is accomplished through a challenging program of experiences, both shared and personalized. Our respectful, safe, inclusive and caring school works collaboratively with the parents and the community to best support the academic and personal growth of all our students. We challenge students to develop increased understanding of themselves as citizens in a global society. Our scholastic program, enhanced by co-curricular activities, engages all learners in their pursuit of academic excellence. We strive to empower students as they become self-directed, respectful, responsible and civic-minded individuals.


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