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Extended Learning Plan To Address Gaps In Student Learning

Governor DeWine has requested that school districts share their plans to mitigate the learning loss in response to the pandemic. Middletown City School District will utilize the Multi-Tiered Support System (MTSS) to meet the needs of our students impacted by COVID-19.

The first tier of support will utilize formative data to insure students are receiving routine intervention and enrichment during the school day. The elementary schools are focusing on reading and math support while Highview 6th Grade Center, the Middle School, and the High School are placing emphasis on intervention within each core course a student is taking. All Middletown schools are working to address the learning needs of the whole child as well as providing activities to support social and emotional needs. 

A second tier of support addresses socialization and the need for students to connect with their peers. Middletown Schools are providing a rich variety of enrichment experiences during after school hours that range from virtual clubs to face to face clubs as well as extra help sessions. These opportunities will begin the week of April 5 and conclude in May.

This summer we will offer opportunities to continue student learning. Teachers are working to design these experiences and they will be shared by each school with their community in the weeks to come.  

Middletown City Schools has strong community partnerships to provide counseling and mental health support as well as medical services available at Primary Health Solutions located in our School-Based Health Center at Middletown High School. We continue to monitor the needs of our students and we are committed to providing multiple approaches to support the wellness of our school community.