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  • Hello Milan Community,

    The Big Red Bundle program is back again.  This school year has just ended but preparations for next year are already underway.  These bundles will be filled with the most important school supplies as prioritized by the staff of each building.  In order to limit the need for shared materials in the 2021-2022 school year, it is highly recommended that every student have their own supplies.  While the goal of the Big Red Bundle program is to provide every student with a bundle, it will operate on a reservation based system. Reservations will be collected earlier this year to allow more time for fundraising and organization of the program.  Use the link below to create a reservation for your student(s).

    The community organizations are responsible for the Big Red Bundle program and will be collecting the reservations.  There is a phone number provided below for families that can not access the electronic reservation form.  Please do not contact the school directly regarding reservations for Big Red Bundles.

    Future communications regarding the distribution of the Big Red Bundles will come later in the summer.  Visit the Big Red Bundle Facebook or Instagram page for further information.

    RESERVATIONS MUST BE PLACED BY 5pm on Friday, July 2nd.

    Electronic Order Form (recommended): Electronic Order Form

    Phone Number: 734-439-8420

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  • Emergency Broadband Benefit Program Launched

     

    Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist II and The Connecting Michigan Taskforce is encouraging participation in a new federal program to help lower the cost of broadband for eligible households across the state, enrollment for this program is now open.

    The Emergency Broadband Benefit, a new program from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is making $3.2 billion available nationwide to provide broadband discounts for eligible households – an opportunity to help make critical high speed internet more affordable for Michiganders.

    The Emergency Broadband Benefit program provides a discount of up to a $50 per month toward broadband service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for qualifying households on qualifying Tribal lands.  The benefit also provides up to a $100 per household discount toward a one-time purchase of a computer, laptop, or tablet if the household contributes more than $10 and less than $50 toward the purchase through a participating broadband provider.

    Emergency Broadband Benefit enrollment is now open. Eligible households can enroll through a participating broadband provider or directly with the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) at www.getemergencybroadband.org. Mail-in applications will also be available.  Additional information about the Emergency Broadband Benefit is available at  www.fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit, or by calling 833-511-0311 between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. any day of the week

    Access to broadband and high-speed internet is vital to people’s ability to work, learn and carry out business. The COVID-19 pandemic has made it more imperative than ever and building and strengthening broadband infrastructure throughout Michigan will be a driver of economic recovery efforts statewide. To support that effort, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation has also partnered with Connected Nation Michigan (CNMI) to facilitate the Connecting Michigan Taskforce.

    To learn more about the Connecting Michigan Task Force and broadband initiatives in Michigan, visit www.michiganbusiness.org/broadband.

     

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Welcome to MAS

  • The city of Milan, which encompasses a total of 3.4 square miles, was founded in 1831 and is located in the Southeastern Counties of Washtenaw and Monroe in the State of Michigan. Located between the cultural and commercial hubs of Ann Arbor, MI and Toledo, OH, Milan has both rural and suburban areas.  

    The Milan School District embraces nearly 90 square miles and serves households in both Washtenaw and Monroe Counties.  The district is proud to note that its staff is made up of both veteran teachers and those new to the profession, all of whom are highly qualified. The four school buildings that comprise the Milan Area School District operate as schools-of-choice facilities and consistently enroll students from four surrounding counties. The district offers exceptional educational programs to over 2,200 students ranging from preschool age to grade twelve.

    The community is proud of the scholastic and extracurricular accomplishments of its students. School activities serve as an important part of the overall student experience and provide social activities for the entire community.

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