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What's Happening at Middletown City Schools
Renovated High School and New Middle School Discussed at Rotary Club
District Business Manager George Long, MHS Principal Carmela Cotter and MMS Principal Michael Valenti presented information about the new Middle School and renovated high school at the weekly luncheon of the Middletown Rotary Club.  
To watch the videos of their presentations, click "Read More" below!
 
TRCs Make Big Impact on Student Engagement
It is an exciting time for technology in the classroom at Middletown City School District. Over the summer, 16 teachers voluntarily attended 40 hours of Professional Development to transform their rooms into Technology Rich Classrooms (TRC). The TRC teachers learned how to incorporate Google for Education and other online resources into their daily routines and lessons. The TRCs received a cart of 30 Chromebooks and an interactive projector to pilot a 1:1 (where there is one device per every one student) teaching approach.  Click "Read More" for the full article.  
Student Accident Insurance Offered to Parents
Middletown City Schools is happy to offer parents and guardians a solution to obtain insurance for your student through N. Carol Insurance Agency, Inc. Plan information, an application and claim form can be found by clicking here or by hovering over Parents at the top of this page and selecting "Insurance for Students." 
Vote for Middletown High School and Allante Simmons as Team and Player of the Week
The Middletown Middies have been nominated for the Gold Star Chili Team of the Week.  Middletown High School Football Player Allante Simmons has been nominated for the Mercy Ortho/WCPO 9 On Your Side Player of the Week.  Click read more below this article for more information and links to vote!  
New State Tests to Replace Ohio Achievement Assessments
During the 2014-2015 school year, most Ohio students in grades 3-8 will take a new and different set of state achievement tests that are based on Ohio’s New Learning Standards. The standards and new tests both reflect higher expectations for what students should know and be able to do in math, English language arts, science and social studies. The new tests also will better measure what students have learned and what they can do with their knowledge.

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