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District Highlights
Welcome Back!
Welcome back! A red carpet welcome for our fabulous students and a great first day! Join us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MillardPublicSchools and Twitter at @MillardPS to keep up with the district throughout the year.á
Millard West Celebrates 20 Years
Dr. Sutfin spoke at Millard West's 20 year celebration breakfast this morning. Where was he 20 years ago? Teaching at Millard West!
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Click on the School Search Box below to find your Millard schools for the 2014-15 school year.

New Boundaries, Grandfathering and Sibling Rules for 2014-15
The Board of Education has approved boundary changes for the 2014-15 school year. The plan includes extensive grandfathering, allowing all students currently in the fifth through twelfth grades to have the option to remain on their current school track. The grandfathering would also allow elementary students to finish in their current building and provide for a sibling rule. To view the new district maps and the recommendation for transitioning, please click here.
The 2013 Millard Public Schools Annual Report
Crack open the book on world-class education! Millard Public Schools is proud to be a positive force in the lives of more than 23,000 students. Click here to read our story. Please allow a moment for the book to load. For computers that do not support flash, click here for a pdf version.  
MPS Safe Schools Hotline
Need to speak with a trained Boys Town professional? They are always phone call away at 1-888-809-4754. TheáMPS Safe Schools Hotline is free and available to students and families every hour of the day, every day of the year.

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