Parent Resource Center
Welcome to the Parent Resource Center
The goal of the Parent Resource Center (PRC) is to help the parents and families of the Middletown School District become partners in their child's education and have fun learning together in a family-centered environment. Click on Calendar for scheduled events, view the Inventory for available resources, and check out our Newsletter for great ideas and suggestions for parents.
"Parent engagement equals student success."
Click on the links in the upper right corner to see a list of books, activities, games, and parent resources currently available in the PRC. Items can be requested in one of the following ways:
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call the PRC at 513-420-4566 ext. 3314
- Come to the Center during walk-in hours
- Request materials online by clicking here
Materials may be signed out for two weeks at a time and returned to the PRC or to your child's teacher.
Home & School Connection Newsletter
The Home & School Connection newsletters provide tips and activities that can be used immediately to build reading proficiency. Click on the links to the right to view the monthly newsletters, in both English and Spanish.
Schedule & Contact Info.
Schedule:Monday & Wednesday 8:00-1:00 School Visits and Workshops (call for appointment)
Tuesday & Thursday 8:00-1:00 Walk-in hours at Highview
Phone: 513-420-4566 ext. 3314
Location: Highview 6th Grade Center - Room 19
Middletown City School District
Section 504 Statement
No pupil shall be discriminated against because of age, color, disability, parental status, marital status, race, national origin, religion, sex, or veteran status. Parents who have a temporary or permanent disability may request the district to provide appropriate accommodations necessary for them to participate in essential instructional activities of their students. Students who are at least eighteen (18) years of age may submit their own requests.
It is the policy of the Middletown City Schools to provide a free appropriate public education to each qualified student with a disability within its jurisdiction, regardless of the nature or severity of the disability. It is the intent of the district to ensure that students who are disabled within the definition of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 are identified, evaluated, and provided with appropriate educational services. Students may be disabled under this policy even though they do not require services pursuant to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Under Section 504, due process rights of qualified students with disabilities and their parents are guaranteed in the Middletown City Schools. Mrs. Cheri Bryant is the District Coordinator of Section 504 for Middletown City Schools. She may be contacted at the Middletown City Schools Board of Education Office, 1515 Girard Ave., Middletown, OH 45044; 513-423-0781, or email@example.com. Principals or their designees are the school Section 504 team chairpersons and may be contacted at their respective buildings.
A copy of the district’s Section 504 Guidelines and grievance procedures may be found by clicking HERE, or a paper copy may be requested at the board office.