Middletown High School News

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"James You Are Loved" Memorial Fund

Posted on: March 5, 2021

The purpose of the Memorial Fund is to provide monetary support for James’s two siblings, Rachel and Lucas. One hundred percent of the donations received will go to the siblings. The proceeds will not be used for funeral expenses as the arrangements have been generously donated.

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ICYMI Journal-News: Middletown unveils $2.5 million in school budget cuts, talk of possible tax hike

Posted on: February 10, 2021

In a recent article, Journal-News Staff Writer Michael D. Clark writes about Monday’s Board of Education meeting where “Middletown school officials said they need to slice $2.5 million from the district’s budget in order to avoid” a fall levy.

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Change of Schedule: Week of Feb. 22

Posted on: February 5, 2021

Change of Schedule: Week of February 22 *All K-12 in-person learners*  On Friday, February 26, district teachers and staff will receive their 2nd dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Instead of the typical remote/Zoom day on Wednesday, it will take place on

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Posted on: January 13, 2021

Excited for the future? When it comes to our students' futures, we should always be certain. Sign-up for a Zoom call to learn how you can help us strategic plan!

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Middletown Schools to Stay Hybrid

Posted on: January 12, 2021

At the Monday, January 11, 2021 Board of Education meeting, the board members decided to continue the hybrid learning through the third quarter. The board will revisit their decision at the February 22, 2021 meeting. While MCSD remains hybrid, students with

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MCSD COVID-19 Guidelines: 14-Day Quarantine Protocol

Posted on: January 4, 2021

MCSD made the decision to stay with our current safety protocols including the 14-day quarantine. 

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ICYMI Middletown Leader to Ohio Legislators: Stop Discriminating Against Students

Posted on: December 30, 2020

In a recent article, Cincinnati Enquirer reporter Keith BieryGolick describes his sitdown meeting with Middletown City Schools Superintendent Marlon Styles, Jr. In the Question and Answer style article, BieryGolick starts off by writing about the testimony Mr. Styles gave to Ohio legislators, how the pandemic has shaped the school year, and how Mr. Styles and his staff are educating the district’s students. 

 

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Superintendent of the Year: Marlon Styles, Middletown City School District

Posted on: December 10, 2020

*IN CASE YOU MISSED IT* Superintendent of the Year: Marlon Styles, Middletown City School District Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, an Ohio superintendent took his push to close equity gaps to the national stage. K-12 Dive, a leading education publication,

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High School going remote Dec. 3 - Dec. 18

Posted on: December 2, 2020

As you know, there has been a recent increase in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in our area. Starting tomorrow, December 3 through Friday, December 18, all MHS students (A-Z) will have classes in a fully remote learning setting. After the holiday break, we will return to our hybrid model (A-L Monday and Tuesday, M-Z Thursday and Friday). The first day back is January 5, 2021.

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Journal-News: Butler County officials react to school voucher program changes

Posted on: December 1, 2020

Middletown Schools Treasurer Randy Bertram described the expanded EdChoice as “a disservice to education.” The district’s obligation for vouchers would increase from 281 students to 586 students next year, he said. Many of those students never attended any Middletown public school.

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