Milan Area Schools is a community committed to achieving academic excellence for all learners through research, collaboration, and continuous improvement.
Fri.-12/1--Today’s message is: Do what you say you will do. Follow through. Whether you keep your word or not is part of what defines you.
Student Council members, please make sure that you have gone over both presentations and have begun collecting for both the food drive and fundraiser. Tracking sheets are in your email.
Students, please consider bringing in food items to be donated to the Milan Rotary to help out local families this holiday season. The food drive only runs for two weeks, and the winning class at each grade level will receive ice cream and popsicles. In addition, please consider donating to the fundraiser for Leader Dogs for the Blind. The winning class will have the honor of naming MMS therapy dog and Leader Dog mom Sylvie’s puppies which are due in January.
And now an announcement from NJHS Students, Noah Thornton and Izzy Willett:
Noah: This is NJHS President Noah Thornton
Izzy: And NJHS Vice President Isabel Willett
Noah: Our NJHS members of 2024 are Mason Faulkner, Aidan Gagnon, Henry Kliber, Joseph Lubke, Lukas Lusher
Izzy: Ellie Budd, Charlotte Finch, Evelyn Gill, Greta Hill, Madison Ludwig, Isabelle Tracy, and Mya Vance. NJHS will be working with Aid in Milan to collect toiletries for a toiletries drive.
Noah: The Aid in Milan toiletries drive is important because not everyone has access to toiletries, toiletries are personal care items such as
Izzy: Shampoo, conditioner, body wash, toilet paper, paper towel, toothbrushes, toothpaste and more
Noah: This collection drive will start on December 4th and end on the 22nd. Please bring items to the main office.
Noah and Izzy: PLEASE DONATE!!!!
Michigan law requires that every 7th Grader and every new student entering school be immunized against specific diseases. Parents/guardians that choose to waive these requirements, must follow these rules. The requirements state that parents seeking a non-medical waiver for school-required immunizations must go to the local health department for a discussion regarding vaccines. Then the health department will issue a non-medical waiver. The original waiver needs to be delivered to Milan Middle School in order to be fully compliant with the law.
Medical waiver forms can be obtained from school and must be signed by your student’s physician. They can also be found at www.michigan.gov/immunize.
The Washtenaw County Health Department number is 734-544-6700.
The Monroe County Health Department number is 734-240-7800.
Every Monday, communication is emailed to MMS families. This communication includes opportunities for family and community engagement, upcoming events and extracurricular opportunities for students, and other pertinent information.
To review the stakeholder communication sent home each Monday, please click this link.
Mrs. Kimberly Jasper
Email Mrs. Jasper
Mr. Brad Baden
Main Office Phone
School Day Hours
Full Day: 7:45 AM - 2:26 PM
Half Day: 7:45 AM - 10:50 AM