News & Announcements

  • Odyssey of the Mind teams headed to Worlds!

    Posted by Kevin Witt on 5/23/2023 1:30:00 PM

    The NYS champion Odyssey of Mind teams from Monhagen Middle School and Presidential Park Elementary School participated in the 2023 World Finals from May 24-27 at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich. Monhagen finished seventh.

    Following the opening ceremonies at 7 p.m. on May 24 at the Breslin Event Center, Monhagen competed  with its long-term problem on May 25 - and then did "spontaneous" at 10 a.m. on May 26  at Michigan State. Presidential Park competed with its long-term problem at 11:27 a.m. on May 26, and "spontaneous" at 3:22 p.m. on May 27. The closing ceremonies were held on May 27.

    Presidential Park is coached by Julie Nolan and Mildred Silva, with team members Julianna Galdamez, Kamila Chilito, Julia Grogan, Avarie Jones, Nafisha Uddin and Lauren Geoghegan. Monhagen is coached by April Moran and Sharleigh Carter, with team members Alexa Ocasio, Addison Strenfel, Heather Checo, Jailene Rivera, Addison Burger, Norah Cardinal and Jailynn Harmon.

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  • Community Connectors

    Posted by Veronica Layag on 4/5/2023

    Would you like to welcome scholars to school and offer a warm smile?

    Be a school Community Connector. Community Connectors volunteer on school mornings to greet our scholars! They build bridges between our school and the community at large.

    To become a Community Connector, you must:

    • Attend an orientation session.
    • Be Board of Education approved.
    • Be fingerprinted and background checked.
    • Meet with the Superintendent and/or School Principal

    Interested? Contact the Superintendent's office at

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  • My Brother's Keeper Update

    Posted by Caroline Woodward on 3/24/2023

    My Brother's Keeper presented updates at the March 23, 2023 Board of Education Meeting!

    Click here for the presentation.

    Click here for pictures.

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  • BOE approves Real Property Tax Law 466-a local eligibility

    Posted by Kevin Witt on 2/21/2023

    At its February 16 meeting, Middletown's Board of Education approved eligibility requirements for local volunteer firefighters and ambulance workers to receive a reduction in school taxes through Real Property Tax Law 466a, as enacted by Chapter 670 of the Laws of 2022. Those eligible can receive up to a 10 percent reduction on the assessed evaluation of their primary residence.

    Click here for the Board of Education presentation

    Assessor's office contact information
    City of Middletown: Marianne Feely, (845) 346-4141
    Town of Wallkill: Lisa Chutka, (845) 692-7811
    Town of Goshen: Alan W. Eskew, (845) 294-7121, ext. 1233
    Wawayanda: Heather Shields, (845) 355-5700, ext. 9

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  • Digital Equity Survey Reminder

    Posted by Caroline Woodward on 1/24/2023

    NYSED requires districts to submit a student digital access survey for every student attending our district. They will use the information from the responses to plan strategies for digital and educational equity for all NYS students. We are asking you to help us fulfill this requirement and complete this survey for each grade Kindergarten-12 student in your family attending Middletown City Schools. 


    Digital Equity Survey (English)     Encuesta de equidad digital (Español)


    The information you submit is confidential and will only be shared with NYSED. 

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  • Chromebook Orientation Sessions

    Posted by Caroline Woodward on 1/9/2023

    Chromebook Orientation Sessions are for scholars who are ENTERING 6th GRADE or are NEW TO THE DISTRICT and are in GRADES 6-12.  The training sessions will be 90 minutes long.  A parent or guardian must accompany the scholar throughout the entire 90 minute training session.

    Click here to register.


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  • Our Approach to Safety and Security

    Posted by Caroline Woodward on 12/13/2022
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  • Twin Towers/Maple Hill Annex at Truman Moon capital project

    Posted by Veronica Layag on 11/4/2021

    In December of 2021, Middletown City School District residents approved a referendum to fund the repairs and upgrades needed for Twin Towers Middle School and Maple Hill Annex at Truman Moon. Click here to learn more. 

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  • District Wellness Policy

    Posted by Kevin Witt on 3/22/2019
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