• Project Based Learning

     

    The month of May will be – Career Soft Skills project – The students will be learning about “soft skills”, otherwise known as job readiness skills and the important role they play in future success in college and the workplace. Soft skills are personal characteristics that help you function successfully as an individual (motivation, self-confidence, flexibility) as well as within a group (teamwork,negotiation, respect). When it comes to finding and maintaining employment, these skills are key. We will go through some group activities that teach these job readiness/soft skills.

    Semester 2 – The DRIVE students will be working on a project to help a community organization during the upcoming months.  They are working to create planters for a local nursing home.

  • SHARE – The students helped prepare dinners for SHARE on a regular basis.

    June – Field Trip to Nashua Silver Knights – Education Day – 6/6/17

    Crestwood Nursing Home – The students will be working on a planter to donate to the nursing home as a community service project.

     

     

     

  • Project DRIVE Staff

    The staff is very excited to promote our new name and program Project DRIVE.

  • Brandon Johnson and Dean Labrie are some of the Milford School students who will be graduating on June 11, 2016.  Great job to both of you for your hard work and dedication – the Sage School Staff are very proud of you both and to all the other 2016 Graduates!!  Pictured with Ms. Brouillette.

  • Congratulations to the Joseph Letourneau who won the first Johanna Johnson Honor Award!

    Judy Brouillette from the Sage School and Dave Fraser from the Milford High School had the honor to present the award to Joseph Letourneau.

  • Project Based Learning
  • Community/Career Trip Opportunities
  • Project DRIVE Staff
  • 2016 Graduates
  • Johanna Johnson Honor Award 2015-2016

MISSION STATEMENT
The Milford Alternative Program, known as Project DRIVE, provides educational and
therapeutic programming for students in grades six through twelve identified as “high
risk” or with a serious emotional disability.
The mission of the Milford Alternative Program is to provide an alternative, safe, and
supportive environment in which students can achieve their academic potential and
develop the skills and competencies necessary for employment, further education, and
daily life.

Latest News

Memorial Day Observance – 5/29/17 – No School

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Last Day of School – 6/21/17 – Full Day of School

The last day of school for Project DRIVE students is 6/21/17 - the day will also be a full day.     View More

Nashua Silver Knights – Education Day – 6/6/17

Project DRIVE will be attending the Nashua Silver Knights Education Day on 6/6/17. View More

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Upcoming Events

Community Service and Career Days at Project DRIVE

February 10, 2016 | View Details

Weekly Incentives

February 10, 2016 | View Details

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Fundraiser Success!

February 10, 2016 | View Details

Box Tops Collection

February 28, 2016 | View Details

Nashua Silver Knights Education Day – 6/6/17

May 28, 2017 | View Details

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