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What's Happening at Middletown City Schools
Wildwood Elementary goes pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Students and staff at Wildwood Elementary go pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.   For the month of October, the staff at Wildwood Elementary raised money to purchase a Dogwood tree (blooms pink in the spring) to support and honor those affected by the disease. It was planted on Monday, October 13 in the front of the school. The following Friday, the staff and students formed a pink ribbon on the back lawn of the school.  
MHS Teacher Publishes Novel
Our very own Katrina Fugate, English teacher at Middletown High School, has authored a young adult novel entitled Intuitive.   After serving in the Air Force and the Air National Guard, Mrs. Fugate received her literature and education degree from Miami University in Oxford.   She is married with two children, and two dogs.  Read more about Mrs. Fugate and check out the trailer for her new book at

Creekview Elementary is Going Green

Fourth Graders are taking an active part in the community by starting and implementing a recycling program at Creekview in conjunction with the Butler County Recycling & Solid Waste District. Students had to write a persuasive letter to their teachers and explain why they should be apart of the Green Team. Air Products and Chemicals donated safety vest for the Green Team to wear. Students distributed the recycling bins to each classroom and work as team to collect recycled materials. Creekview is currently recycling paper products and will be exploring other items to recycle as the year progresses. In addition, the

Green Team will be creating a video that will educate the school community about recycling. The Green Team will also begin to keep track of how many pounds or tons of material is recycled at school by analyzing the data.  

MHS Veteran's Day Program
Middletown High School will be presenting a Veteran's Day program on  Tuesday, November 11th, from 8:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. in the MHS theater.  They will host the University of Dayton Army ROTC Color Guard, and the keynote speaker will be LTC Ann Coghlin.  The MHS Band and Choir will provide the musical aspect of the program and MHS veteran staff members will be recognized. 
Get the Mobile Version of MCSD's Website
Did you know the Middletown City Schools website has a mobile version of the site that you can add to the home screen of your smartphone? Just type in your smartphone's browser and add it to the home screen!
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