I gained a wonderful educational foundation at Mill through the work of dedicated teachers, however, I am worried by the note of parents who are pulling their children out of the school. I too experienced horrific bullying at Mill, and none of the teaching staff or administration were tuned in enough
... Read more to notice or stop what was going on. As a 12-14 year old, I didn't have the facility to identify what was taking place, and would have hoped that trained professionals would be able to do so. Perhaps the situation has improved. Otherwise, incredibly competent teachers undermined by a parental culture of consumerism, body-consciousness, and meat-grinder gym classes, circa 1992. Read less
Posted by a other on 05/29/11
I agree that many of the teachers are dedicated, friendly and approachable, and we have been happy with the school's special education program. However, we are pulling our child out of Mill and starting him in one of the area's private schools in September because, although Mill's policy is "no bullying",
... Read more the staff and administration do nothing to enforce this "policy". Our son has been bullied the entire time he spent at Mill and we finally have had enough. Read less
Posted by a parent on 06/25/10
I am a retired teacher from Mill Middle School. I have always been proud of the many innovative programs offered to students. Mill has always reached out to families and the greater community.
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Posted by a parent on 04/24/10
great school aatmosphere. My daughter loves this school. strong academics and avery active music program.
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Posted by a parent on 02/20/06
My sons attend Mill Middle for the past 2 years. I am extremely happy with their academic program, extre carricular activities. Tha teachers take interest in each student which is very important.
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Buffalo schools — Mill Middle School is located at 505 Mill St, Buffalo NY 14221. 505 Mill St is in the 14221 ZIP code in Buffalo, NY The school district for Mill Middle School is the Williamsville Central School District. Mill Middle School is a Public school that serves grade levels 5 - 8.
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