Franklin High School is expanding its course offerings next year to make full use of the equipment and technology at the new school, including a forensic science class that will have students analyzing blood splatter and finger prints.
The school will add or modify courses in art, business, English, math, physical education and science.
"I am excited that our faculty work tirelessly to continually develop and offer new courses to meet the needs of our students," said FHS Principal Peter Light. "FHS has an incredible faculty who have developed courses which I believe are on the cutting edge of a 21st century high school curriculum."Continue reading the article at: (subscription may be required) http://www.milforddailynews.com/article/20141217/NEWS/141217272/1994/NEWS#sthash.7ygUqe0W.dpuf
The presentation document for the Program of Studies was published here
Robert Dellorco was the sole choice Tuesday to fill the open Town Council seat, having run unopposed in a special election that saw less than 1 percent turnout.
Town Clerk Deborah L. Pellegri is to swear Dellorco in at the start of Wednesday's council meeting.
The resignation of councilor Glenn Jones in October triggered the election. The nine councilors, elected to two, two-year terms, form the highest municipal body, responsible for approving the budget and setting the tax rate. Even with the absence of a contested race, both state law and the town's charter stipulate that an election be held.
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The results of the special election were reported here