• Lynnette Williams

    Principal Lynnette Williams
    (845) 326-1628
    E-mail: lynnette.williams@ecsdm.org

    Dear Middletown City Schools Families and Community Members,

    It is with great enthusiasm that I introduce myself as the Executive Principal at Middletown High School. Over twenty years of experience as an educator has afforded me the honor to impact the instructional and leadership force of the academic landscape while contributing to the mission critical goal of fostering high leverage learning opportunities for scholars.  In addition to creating mentorship programs for youth and anti-violence initiatives, I had the distinct pleasure of serving as a teacher for Regents bound students with special needs on the secondary and elementary school levels prior to serving as an administrator on both the secondary and elementary school levels as well.  I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Master of School Social Work, and an Educational Specialist Degree in Special Education from Clark Atlanta University.  I am currently in pursuit of a Ph.D. from Suny UAlbany in the field of Education, Policy, and Leadership.  

    My vision is to serve as a transformational leader in the promotion of academic excellence, civic readiness, and emotional intelligence in a student-centered, safe, and collaborative learning environment.  My mission is to make certain that our educators, families, and community members work in concert with one another to ensure that each of our scholars have access and opportunities to achieve optimal success - as they so rightfully deserve.  I am driven by the desire to see each and every scholar win by pursuing their passions and fulfilling their purposes.  I am honored to uphold Middletown’s proud tradition of a commitment to excellence, college and career readiness, effective collaborations, and connected practices. I understand that academic innovation, socio-emotional wellness, health and safety are priorities that must live hand in hand - as a deficit in either one of these arenas can limit access to the others. 

    I look forward to hearing your thoughts, learning about your dreams, aspirations, hopes, and passions as we propel forward our collectively shared vision.  I enthusiastically anticipate meeting with you at our PTO meetings, in focus groups, town halls, and having informal conversations.  Information regarding these opportunities will be forthcoming. From every station, I am committed to the success of our scholars, our community, our district and our collectively shared vision.  I thank you for the outpour of love and support!  No one can do everything but together we can do anything. One Community. One District. One School.  One Middletown!  

    Yours in Service,
    Lynnette Williams
    Executive Principal


     Attention, Middletown High School families…..

    The Middletown High School instructional schedule will run a period 1-9 schedule every day. Each class will be approximately 42 minutes in length with 4 minutes between classes. Please refer to the bell schedule listed below. Our school day will run from 7:35 a.m. - 2:20 pm.

    All scholars will be attending in person learning this school year. We look forward to a productive and engaging school year!

    Here is the updated MHS class schedule:

    Period 1

    7:35 a.m.-8:18 a.m.

    Period 2

    8:22 a.m.-9:03 a.m.

    Period 3

    9:07 a.m.-9:48 a.m.

    Period 4

    9:52 a.m.-10:33 a.m.

    Period 5

    10:37 a.m.-11:18 a.m.

    Period 6

    11:22 a.m.-12:03 p.m.

    Period 7

    12:07 p.m.-12:48 p.m.

    Period 8

    12:52 p.m.-1:33 p.m.

    Period 9

    1:37 p.m.-2:20 p.m.



Welcome to Middletown High School

  • Accredited by the New York State Board of Regents, Middletown High School is recognized as a comprehensive secondary school that provides all courses required for graduation by the State of New York.

    Honors and accelerated college credit courses are available to high schoolers and students have the ability to choose from more than 100 tuition-free college course credits during their high school experience.

    In addition, the high school offers several academic Academies. For instance, all ninth-graders participate in our Freshman Academy and students in grades 9-12 may take part in the Academy of Information Technology (AOIT), the Academy of Finance (AOF), and the nationally recognized Project Lead The Way (PLTW) program. The Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) program is also offered.

    Fine arts, athletics, and enrichment after-school programs, in addition to clubs and intramurals, are also offered to high school students.

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