Mentor-Intern Program

  • Welcome to the home of the Middletown Mentor-Intern program. Here you will find information about our program along with helpful links to our policy, meeting schedule, resources, forms, and much more!

    If you have any questions or concerns, please call Stacey Atlas, coordinator, at (845) 326-1317 or contact her via email.


    About our program


    The purpose of the Middletown Mentor-Intern Program is to retain highly qualified teachers. These beginning teachers, who are new to the Middletown City School District and qualify, are assigned experienced, trained mentors who will provide support through frequent and guided contact. The program also helps to ease the transition for new teachers, while fostering a collaborative professional community. The program is in accordance with section 100.2 regulations of the Commissioner of Education (please see the Mentor/Intern Policy below).  



  • Mentor Application

    If you are interested in being considered to serve as a Mentor for the incoming school year or be placed on our bank for the future, please complete this application and return it via interoffice mail to Stacey Atlas at Monhagen.

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  • Policy

    Middletown Mentor/Intern Policy
    In accordance with the amendments to section 100.2 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education, effective December 4, 2003, the school District’s Professional Development Plan must address provisions for a mentoring program.
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  • Resources

    These resource materials are available to you through the Mentoring Office. Please contact Stacey Atlas by email or call the office at (845) 326-1317. The resource material(s) will be sent to you via inter-school mail. If the material(s) is currently on loan, it will be sent to you as soon as possible.
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