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School Breakfast/Lunch Program
We are pleased to inform you that Middletown City School District will again be implementing a new option available to schools participating in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs called the Community Eligibility Provision for School Year 2015-16.      Please click "Read More"  
Kroger Incentives
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Middletown Welcomes New Faces
When teachers and staff return to school there will be some new faces in the crowd.  In fact, this year Middletown welcomes 100+ teachers and staff and four new administrators.  Each of the hires was made to replace a pervious staff member; none of the positions are additional or new to the district’s bottom line.  

“This is an exciting time for our schools and you can just feel the energy,” stated Sam Ison, superintendent.  “We have some wonderful things happening for our students, like the construction projects but we also have some new employees and they are thrilled to be at Middletown.”
Like many districts throughout Ohio, the last school year is one of the big retirement years for teachers and staff.  That is due to the changes in Ohio’s retirement system which made it very attractive for someone at the end of their career to retire then.
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Athletic Schedule
Check out our athletic schedule for the next 2 weeks. Schedules are subject to change.  

Note:  Soccer, volleyball and football games thru Aug. 21 are scrimmages. Regular season competition begins Aug. 22 for these sports.  

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Go Middies!  
Middletown Receives Three Principal Trainees from State
Among the new faces at Middletown schools this school year will be three scholars from Ohio’s new program called “Bright New Leaders for Ohio Schools.”  The three Bright scholars will shadow Middletown administrators throughout this school year only and at zero cost to Middletown residents.  

“We are thrilled to receive three scholars and we certainly appreciate that they have a calling to work with high-poverty schools,” stated Sam Ison, superintendent.  “Our schools need and deserve excellent and energetic leaders.”

Ohio’s Bright scholar program is in its first year and is designed to train and educate future principals by placing them in the highest poverty schools.  Among the 35 scholars statewide, Middletown is receiving three. 

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