Student Resources

Middletown City Schools offer remote and virtual instructional delivery models to meet the learning needs for all students. Click on your model of choice to access the resources.

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Remote Learning

This delivery model will occur if a student becomes sick during the school year, a classroom or school building must close, the district closes all school buildings, or the governor orders a school shutdown. Students will receive school work from their teacher via Google Classroom or Schoology and students will have opportunities to interact with staff and students virtually.

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Virtual Learning

This delivery model is for students in grades K-12 who choose not to attend school during the school day. Virtual students will be totally online for their school work. Students must commit for an entire semester. Virtual Learning at Middletown City Schools provides a more flexible approach to learning, but requires students to be self-motivated. Students are generally able to work at their own pace (asynchronously) to complete online work, usually through a program such as School PLP (K-5) and APEX (6-12 program). Teachers will monitor student work, provide necessary support, and provide office hours for student/parent questions.

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Chromebook and Supply Pickup

During the week of August 17, students (grades 1-12) will pick up their school-issued device (Chromebook) from their school building. 

Our Kindergarten students will pick up their school supplies and school work during this time.

For the pick-up schedule, click here

Help Desk

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Help Desk

Middletown City Schools offers two options for students and parents in need of assistance accessing student digital resources and Chromebook issues.

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 Contact our live support 513-217-2688
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