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Conant Smith: A Cross Country Success

In a sport where milliseconds count, the difference between first and second place can come down to the wire. Over the weekend, Conant Smith, a junior at Middletown High School, knows this all too well as he narrowly lost out on the first place medal in the Division I cross country state championship at National Trail Raceway.  With a time of 15:03.9, Smith placed second to Dustin Horter from Lakota East, losing by .04 seconds.


Prior to the state championship, Smith ran 10 races this year, winning seven, and setting course records on five of the courses. He set a school record and a personal record at the GMC Championships where he ran 15:00.2. At the Bob Schul Invitational, he broke Middie great, Jeff See's school record with a time of 15:10.0. See was a two-time State Champion in cross country and eventually raced in the 2016 US Olympic Qualifiers in the 3200 meter event. 


Since Smith is a junior, he has another year to prepare for next year’s championship, and, like most runners, he does not take a season off. Smith is running in the Nike National Championships the first week in December in Oregon. In the spring, he competes in Track & Field. Last year, Smith was fifth in the State Track meet in the 3200 meter run last spring and ran 9:14. Smith has a 1600 personal record of 4:12.9. He is ranked as one of the top juniors in the nation in track and cross country.


In his spare time, Smith is in SALT (Student-Athlete Leadership Team) and maintains a GPA of 3.679. ALl his hard work and dedication is getting noticed by colleges and universities. Schools reaching out with letters are: University of Michigan, Penn State, The Ohio State University, UConn, Villanova, Georgetown, North Carolina State, University of Florida, LSU, Oklahoma State, Arizona State, USC (Southern California), Miami University (Ohio), Furman University, and Northern Arizona University.

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Posted Thursday, November 9, 2017

ICYMI Middletown Schools Prepares New Era of Academics, Athletics

Journal-News: Turning a Historic Page

on Old Middletown High School

Middletown Schools Prepares New Era of Academics, Athletics

 

The Journal-News staff writer Michael D. Clark published a story on Middletown City School District’s construction project--renovating the current high school and building a new middle school. As Clark reports​, “in less than a year Middletown Middle School will go from the oldest school in Butler County to the newest.”

The future is certainly bright for students and staff here in Middletown Schools.

Turning a historic page on old Middletown High School

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Posted Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Special Board Meeting Notice

Notice is hereby given that; there will be a Special Meeting of the Middletown City School District Board of Education, Monday, October 2, 2017, 6:00 p.m., 4th Floor, One Donham Plaza, Middletown, Ohio 45042.

The purpose of this meeting is to present a Superintendent report on the analysis of the report card and to conduct some Business matters.

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Posted Wednesday, September 27, 2017

You're Invited! Middletown Early Learning Center Fall Festival

You're Invited to attend the Middletown ELC Fall Festival being held on Friday, October 20, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM. Please click on the following link for additional information.
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Posted Tuesday, September 26, 2017

MMS Teachers Paint Inspirational Messages

Thank You Ms. Cottle for Being the Reason! Superintendent Styles and several Central Office employees surprised MMS teacher Ms. Cottle this afternoon and presented her with the Middie Modernization Movement recognition. Over the summer Ms. Cottle and a group of teachers volunteered to transform the girls restroom with inspirational messages.  #MiddieRising

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Posted Tuesday, August 29, 2017

1st look: See the radical make-over of Middletown High School


After a year of wading through construction dust, Middletown High School students will soon have a clear sight of some of their school's historic renovations.

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Posted Tuesday, August 15, 2017

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