In June and July 2020 (10-11 AM), meal bags (breakfast and lunch) will be available from five of our K-5 elementary schools and the MS/HS. We will hand out the bags at the front doors. To learn more, click here

 

Wildwood Elementary

Return to Learn Plan

"Return to Learn" Plan & Guidelines

Posted on: June 30, 2020

From the Desk of Marlon Styles, Jr., Proud Superintendent Dear Middies: The Middletown City School District believes the reopening of our schools should be a decision informed by applicable health and safety information.  Our number one priority

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Enrollment Information

How to Enroll/Register new students & kindergarten at Middletown City Schools

Posted on: June 14, 2020

How to Enroll/Register your Child (Kindergarten, Open Enrollment, New to District) at Middletown City Schools (Cómo matricular/registrar a su estudiante en Middletown City Schools. Haga clic aquí.) Kindergarten, Open Enrollment,

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Marlon Styles, Jr.  Superintendent, Middletown City School District

Black Male Superintendent’s 24 Hours of Joy & Pain - 3 Things

Posted on: June 11, 2020

Press the pause button for just one minute.  It is time for me to reflect on the last 24 hours of my professional life.  I want to share my thoughts with you.  My emotions include both joy and pain as a result of three professional experiences

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MCSD BOE Members

"To Inspire" A Message from the Board of Education

Posted on: June 8, 2020

Middletown City Schools stands united in the fight against racism. We are a district that emphasizes social justice and realize that we must be intentional in our work to fulfill our nation’s promise of freedom and equity for all children.

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Marlon Styles, headshot

"I believe in you." A Superintendent's Message of Hope

Posted on: June 1, 2020

To our students, breathe.  You represent the hope in this country that will ensure the fair treatment of all people.  You represent not just change, but breath and hope.  Yes, hope.  For this reason, I want you to understand that Middletown City School District joins you in all your pains to make your dreams come true. 

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2020 retirees

Happy Retirement, Middies!

Posted on: May 26, 2020

Cindy Higgins Ms. Higgins has been serving in Middletown Schools for 32 years, most recently at Amanda Elementary. Her greatest memories will always be the interactions with students because “no two days are ever the same.” She’s right, and

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covid update

Update #19: Athletics & Facilities

Posted on: May 26, 2020

The Middletown Athletic Department is in constant communication with OHSAA and the Middletown Board of Health. We are excited by the news about sports opening back up, but we will take the proper amount of time to ensure the safety of all of our

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June Food Locations

Update #18: COVID-19 Food Locations and Times

Posted on: May 20, 2020

May 20, 2020 is the last day of the May meal pick-ups, but we will be back in June! Starting June 1 - June 30 (Monday-Friday, 10-11 AM), meal bags (breakfast and lunch) will be available from five of our K-5 elementary schools and the MS/HS. We will hand out the bags at the front doors.

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student pick up information

Update #17 COVID-19: Student Pick-Up Information

Posted on: April 29, 2020

Middletown High School Students with last names beginning with A-M will pick up at the front of the building by the main entrance on Thursday, May 7, 2020 from 9:00 AM to noon.  Students with last names beginning with N-Z, will pick-up at the front

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Covid update

Update #16 COVID-19: Video Message

Posted on: April 24, 2020

In the latest video update from Superintendent Styles, he addresses: 1.) the locker/cubby cleanout process (aka how can I get my student's things?!), 2. grades and promotions, and 3.) how to access free, secure Wi-Fi at the school buildings and Barnitz

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