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Good Afternoon, AFM Family, 

I hope this email finds you cooling off a bit and enjoying the day.

Since last week's communication regarding the closing of AFM we have had ServPro onsite cleaning the ceilings, floors, walls, rugs, desks, books, cabinets, door frames, window frames and all general surfaces in every classroom, hallway and common area (like the auditorium). In addition, we had every room “fogged” with a cleaning solution that purifies the air by removing all spores. During this entire process, we have been running air scrubbers and dehumidifiers to keep the air clean and fresh.

We have had an air quality engineer come back and test every single classroom to ensure the rooms are safe and secure for students and staff. They have verified that every room in the school is safe and ready for the return of our students and staff. 

The good news in all of this, the mold that was found was determined to be non-toxic and created by the high-levels of humidity we have been experiencing over the month of August.

Moving forward, to ensure our classrooms do not have a re-occurrence we have ordered and purchased a dehumidifier for every classroom in the building (30). They will be onsite and installed over the next week/week and a half.

With that, we will be reopening AFM to all students effective Wednesday, September 5th. We need just a little more time to put our classrooms back together and get them ready for our brilliant AFM scholars! 

Thank you so much for your understanding and patience as we dealt with this matter.

I hope you have a wonderful long weekend and do not hesitate to outreach me with any questions.


My very best,  
Dr. Jason DeFalco

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Posted Friday, August 31, 2018

"Dear AFM Family/Guardian: 

Mold was detected and confirmed at AFM. AFM will be closed for students and staff during the cleaning which will be preformed by a restoration company beginning tomorrow, 8/24. 

However, the school year will launch as scheduled on Wednesday, August 29th for AFM students. AFM students will be relocated in the interim while the cleaning is being conducted to the following locations:

Grade 3- JFK Elementary
Grade 4- Millville Elementary
Grade 5- Millville Elementary

Grade 3, 4 and 5 transportation will run as regularly scheduled. All students will be dropped off/picked up at the Complex. Grade 3 students will report to JFK. Grades 4 and 5 will then be shuttled to Millville Elementary and then shuttled back to AFM at the end of the day for their normal dismissal procedures. 

The district is working diligently to remediate the situation and open AFM as soon as possible. We will communicate any updates to you as soon as they are available. 

In the meantime, please do not hesitate to outreach me with any questions. We are in this together! 


Dr.Jason DeFalco

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Posted Thursday, August 23, 2018

Blackstone-Millville Regional School District

Warrant for Special District-Wide Meeting

August 8, 2018

To be held at the Blackstone-Millville Regional High School Auditorium at 7:00 pm


Article 1. To see if voters present will vote to approve the re-certified school budget of $22,623,707; to assess the amount of $8,562,533 to the Town of Blackstone which includes $6,317,741 for minimum contribution, $ 1,347,481 in exclusionary costs, and $897,311 in supplemental investments; and to assess the amount of $2,919,338 to the Town of Millville which includes $2,074,258 in minimum contribution, $507,276 in exclusionary costs, and $337,804 in supplemental investments.

Submitted and approved by a vote of the Blackstone-Millville Regional School Committee on July, 17, 2018.

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Posted Thursday, July 19, 2018

SEPAC End of Year Meeting

2018-2019 Evaluation of the Special Education Programs

Please participate in any way that you can.

BMRSD Special Education Parent Advisory Council Purpose:

  1. Advise the BMRSD on matters that pertain to the education and safety of students with disabilities
  2. Meet regularly with school officials to participate in the planning, development, and evaluation of the school district’s special education programs
  3. Advocate for the appropriate supports and special education services necessary to meet the individual needs of children with disabilities
  4. Hold bi-annual  meetings to discuss important updates from the BMRSD Of?ce of Special Education and Student Services
  5. Educate parents and caregivers through training and workshops on special education matters and issues

Please join the end of year general meeting to establish a committee to participate in the School District:  2018-2019 Evaluation of the Special Education Programs. 

Morning Meeting: 11:30, June 7th

Late Afternoon Meeting: 4:40, June 7th

Location-Middle School Media Center

The more voices we have, the more we can accomplish.

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Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2018

PBS Student Reporting Lab

 Thank you to the dedicated students who helped produce "Making It Work"  

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Posted Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Superintendent Survey

The Blackstone-Millville Regional School Committee is seeking input from the community as it starts the process of selecting our next Superintendent.  We invite you to answer the following questions to provide your point of view as input to the process.  To participate in the survey, please click on the link below.
Note:  The results of this survey are being received and tabulated by the Blackstone-Millville School Committee.  The survey will close on Friday, December 15th.

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Posted Wednesday, November 22, 2017

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