Children need healthy meals to learn. The Miller School District offers healthy meals to all enrolled children at no additional cost. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) provides reimbursements for healthy meals and snacks served to children enrolled in the Miller School District.
Confidential weekend meal program available to all children K-8th grade. Easy to prepare snack and meal items for the weekend, distributed by the teachers into the children’s backpacks on the last day of school each week. Organized by the Miller United Methodist Church with partners throughout the community and funded by grants and donations.
If interested in having your child(ren) participate, please contact the elementary school office.
Families in need of help with school supplies and backpacks can sign up at Polly’s Shoe Store beginning August 1. Backpacks are available for pick up at Polly’s Shoe Store in August.
For more information, contact Tammy Caffee at 605-870-1905.
The food pantry truck comes to Miller every six weeks and distributes from the Miller United Methodist Church. The food is free of charge.
For more information about dates & times contact the Methodist Church at 610 East 4th Avenue, (605) 853-3656, or check their website
Families can receive donated food items at NO CHARGE. The store is open Tuesdays-Saturdays.
Helping Hands voucher program allows individuals to go to the store to get fresh fruits vegetables, milk, etc. Go to the store to receive the voucher.
Provides hand-made bunk beds, mattress, pillow, and bedding to children who don't have beds of their own.
For more information go to their website SHPbeds.org, or contact Barbara Lorenz in Huron at firstname.lastname@example.org or (605) 354-3516.
If your K–12 student needs help with homework or a problem subject, free online tutoring is now available through the Dakota Dreams Online Tutoring Program.
The Affordable Connectivity Program is an FCC program that helps connect families and households struggling to afford internet service.