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Update #11 COVID-19

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Update #11 COVID-19

Mar 23, 2020

Dear Middies-

How was your first week learning in the home? We missed you! A big thank you for all the positive remarks, fun pictures, and open-mindedness as we navigate our new normal together. 

On Sunday, Governor DeWine ordered everyone to “Stay at Home” unless you have an essential reason to leave the house. The breakfast and lunch pick-up is essential, so the food pick-up will continue as normal! We changed a few of the bus stops, so make sure to review your stop here or you can look out for the new yard signs we will place at each bus stop.

We have many fun things happening this week to keep your student engaged with their friends and teachers. Below are just a few examples. 

  • Virtual Spirit Week: Many of our schools are hosting a virtual spirit week this week. Find the details on your school’s Facebook page, Twitter accounts, or Class Dojo/Google Classroom/Schoology/etc. 

  • Virtual Scavenger Hunt: This Monday and Tuesday Mayfield Elementary will have a virtual scavenger hunt! Check your teacher’s Google Classroom for details. 

  • Coloring Book Pages: Print off HERE or pick-up at one of our food stops.

Here’s how some of our teachers and administrators are getting by: with a little help from their own kids and fur-kids! Stay healthy, Middies! We are #MiddieRising 

Things to Remember

We closed the Central/District Office (including enrollment).

  • If you need to reach someone, you can call 513-423-0781 between the hours of 9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon.
We suspended in-building Kindergarten Registration.

Today, March 23, you can expect teachers to post another round of student assignments (via Class Dojo, Google Classroom, Schoology). If you do not receive anything or you have specific learning questions, please email your student's teacher! They are here for you!
Teacher email: First Initial Last Name
  • Ex.: John Doe =
How to Login to Schoology:
Middletown City Schools serves a diverse community with varied access to technology. We cannot ensure all students have access to digital devices and the internet at home. During the school closure, students can complete assignments with paper/pencil OR digital. These assignments are for skill retention and enrichment; grades will not be posted.

Midd State Assignments: students will continue on their online platform Edmentum/PLATO.

Free Wi-fi: For those with devices at home, Spectrum is providing free broadband for 60 days for households without existing service that have K-12 age children or college students to allow for remote learning opportunities. To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. For more details, click the link.

To reach a health representative for more information on COVID-19:
The Ohio Department of Health has opened a call center to answer questions regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19). The call center will be open 7 days a week from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM and can be reached at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634).
Please call any of the three Public Health Agencies with additional questions:
  • Butler County General Health District: (513) 863-1770
  • City of Hamilton Health Department: (513) 785-7091
  • City of Middletown Health Department: (513) 425-1818
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