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PA News and Notes

Dear Lower School Parents:

Please join me in thanking Shadi Farokhzad for her reflective leadership over the last year as she led the organization of a new Lower School Parent Association representing only K–5 parents.

By virtue of having a child in the K–5 grades, you are automatically a member of the Lower School Parent Association. We are organized by parents for parents, with the goal of engaging, informing and supporting you, while helping to align the broader parent community with the School’s mission.   

One of the most important responsibilities of the Lower School Parent Association is to coordinate volunteer opportunities for parents. The opportunities to volunteer in the K–5 years are special. Many of the events and activities that benefit from your support allow you to interact directly with your children, Milton faculty and staff. Your participation makes a difference.

Click here to access a comprehensive, albeit lengthy, list of parent volunteer opportunities for the coming year.  By request, there is some guidance as to the scope of work, level of commitment, amount of time and general schedule associated with each role. Please sign up for as many opportunities that interest you and we will try to accommodate your choices.

Thank you for your continued support of our Lower School Parent Association!

Charlie Cain    
617–840–6022                        

Lower School Lunch

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Parent Giving

As we approach the end of the school year, please remember to visit milton.edu/donate to support the Milton Fund by June 30. Each gift makes a difference in every aspect of the Milton community.

 

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bostonprideJoin the Milton Academy marching contingent for the 45th Annual (Milton’s 5th year of participating) Boston Gay Pride Parade, Saturday, June 10 from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. (stay longer for the festivities). The event will happen rain or shine.

Whether you identify as LGBTQ or as an ally, all Milton families, faculty, staff, students and alumni are invited to join us. We will again join roughly 25 other schools, marching near the front of the parade, along the 3.2 mile course through Back Bay, South End, and Beacon Hill. We will meet as a group at 10 a.m. by Trinity Church Plaza (specific time and location may change due to parade organizer updates).

If you would like to join us or would like more information please email Heather Flewelling by Tuesday, May 30. If you would like a T-shirt, please include sizes needed.