MVP: Middle Virtual Program News

Blog Entries - September 2021

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In the Middie: The First Two Months

Posted on: September 30, 2021

Let's take a look back on the last two months: from new teacher orientation and and device distribution to updates at Rosa and Amanda, we've had a lot of new and a lot of growth. Let's keep the focus and see what the next two months brings us! Let's

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MHS/MMS Winter Season Participation Information

Posted on: September 29, 2021

2021-2022 Winter Season at Middletown High School/Middle School To tryout or participate, you MUST  Register ONLINE through Final Forms https://middletown-oh.finalforms.com Complete your Sports Physical (OHSAA Pre-Participation

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Bus Drivers Wanted

Posted on: September 23, 2021

In an effort to recruit and retain bus drivers, Petermann Bus is offering a competitive incentive program to current and new drivers. New drivers will receive $2,000. Current drivers will receive a $2,000 referral bonus. Positions start at $17/hour.

 

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Statement: September 23, 2021

Middletown City Schools Statement: September 23, 2021

Posted on: September 23, 2021

Upon recommendation from Middletown Police Chief Birk, the Middletown High School football game vs Colerain High School originally scheduled for Friday evening at Barnitz Stadium has been moved to Colerain High School Football Stadium. This decision comes

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Coming to Middletown High School: The No Hate High School Tour

Posted on: September 22, 2021

The No Hate High School Tour, now in its 21st year, is an incredibly impactful educational program that uses the energy and excitement of action sports to deliver critical bullying prevention tools, techniques and information to students in a relatable,

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We need your help: TikTok Challenge

Message from the Superintendent

Posted on: September 20, 2021

In the past week, schools around Ohio - and across the country - have been hit by acts of vandalism that appear to be inspired by a trend on the social media app TikTok. This trend encourages people to steal or damage school property. Our high school alone has had many such incidents, including restroom vandalism and threats of violence towards our students and staff.  

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See Something, Say Something. Speak up!

See Something, Say Something

Posted on: September 19, 2021

(UPDATE 6:10 PM 9/19/21) We’ve been working with our School Resource Officers (SRO), staff, and local law enforcement to figure out if the MHS threat is credible. Currently, there is no evidence suggesting the threat is credible.

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