SCPS Mission

The mission of the Seminole County Public Schools is to ensure that all Early Childhood Program and PreK-Grade 12 students acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to be productive citizens in our great country and in the global economy.

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Administration

Michelle Walsh
School Principal
407-746-3805
Ken Viola
Assistant Principal
407-746-3803
Wendy Cora
Assistant Principal
407-746-3808
Amy Elwood
Assistant Principal
407-746-3801
Luis Alvarado
Dean of Students
407-746-3857

Student Led Conferences - Friday, October 10, 2014

FOR 6TH AND 7TH GRADERS ONLY:


We would like to invite you to attend our 2014-2015 “Student Led Conference” event. The purpose of this event is to give you an opportunity to spend about 30 minutes with your student while he/she reviews with you several areas of their academic performance and goals. This may include grades, FCAT scores, Discovery Education benchmark scores and other classroom assessments/tests. This event will take place on a teacher workday between the hours of 8:30 and Noon. Invitations will be sent home with students on September 5th and you can also RSVP using the link at the bottom of this page.


Our goal is to assist students in taking greater responsibility for their educational process and success. Students will learn and understand the measurements that are used to monitor their academic progress and can communicate their progress to their parent/guardian. We hope that it will increase their sense of empowerment in managing their own education. We will offer a variety of resources so that you will be able to actively participate in their educational process. Family engagement is a critical component of student success.


One of Milwee’s primary goals for the 2014-2015 school year is that EVERY student will make at least one year’s learning gain. In order to achieve that goal we must:


  • Encourage students to accept personal responsibility for their academic performance

  • Help students recognize and take ownership for the things that interfered with their learning success

  • Teach students the process of self-evaluation

  • Develop students’ oral communication skills and organizational skills

  • Increase students’ self-confidence

  • Enhance communication between students and parents about their education

Click Here to RSVP for the 2014-2015 Student Led Conferences


2014-2015 Spartan Volleyball

Tryouts are over and the games will soon begin. Mr. Bryan Turner and Mrs. Nancy Maisenholder will be coaching the Boys and Girls Volleyball teams through the tournament on October 25. Support Milwee by coming to the games and cheering our Spartans.

Click Here to View the Volleyball Schedule





2014-2015 New Teachers

JEFF MILLER
OFFICE TECHNOLOGY TEACHER

"I am a second year teacher. Previously, I taught Geometry at Lake Brantley High School and Algebra at Tuskawilla Middle School. Prior to teaching, I worked as an engineer for 12 years and as an engineer, I focused on system engineering and human factors modeling."

Click Here to Read About the Other New Teachers at Milwee