Important Messages -
In Our Schools
On a snowy Dec. 11 morning, Thorne Middle School welcomed the tractor trailers, motorcycles, and star spangled vehicles of the Wreaths Across America caravan, which made a pit stop at the Port Monmouth school on its way to Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.
The overwhelming participation from District stakeholders in the development of our Strategic Plan has created a need to extend the process by dividing the third public forum into two sessions.
In cooperation with Tom Valenti of the Middletown Historical Society, Linda Maresca and Elaine Hinkley of the Middletown Township Historic Preservation Commission, and Township Committeewoman Patricia Snell, the District has formed a partnership help bring more local history into our classrooms.
More Headlines & Happenings
The overwhelming participation from District stakeholders in the development of our Strategic Plan has created a need to extend the process by dividing the third public forum into two sessions. For more information please visit the District announcement.
District parents are invited to take part in a survey that will help the administrative team develop the 2020-2021 school calendar. Please complete the short survey by following the link.
On Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019, district personnel hosted hundreds of middle school students and parents at High School North for Pathways and Academies night, an informational event to learn more about the focused educational offerings available at the high school level. If you were unable to attend but would like more information, please review this presentation.
To view an important message about the District's ongoing Strategic Planning process from Superintendent of Schools, William O. George III, Ed. D., please follow the link.
Please review the Strategic Planning Survey Trends before attending Public Forum #2 on Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. in the High School South cafeteria.
The District has launched the MTPS Pride District Newsletter, a publication to inform students, staff and stakeholders about news, events and other happenings throughout Middletown Township Public Schools. If you would like to subscribe to the newsletter please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
District Mission Statement and Beliefs
OUR MISSIONThe Middletown Township Public School District, in partnership with our resourceful and
historically rich community, provides students with a rigorous and relevant education,
rooted in the New Jersey Student Learning Standards, motivating them to recognize
and develop their full potential as responsible citizens, contributing to an ever-evolving
OUR BELIEFSWe believe we must function as a united community to...
1. Meet every student’s unique and individual needs, in a safe and nurturing
2. Prepare students for innovative opportunities in a rapidly evolving global society,
in which technology is integral.
3. Inspire, engage, and challenge students and staff to make the commitment to
become lifelong learners, both within and beyond the classroom walls.
4. Provide all students equitable opportunities for personal development by
maintaining progressive resources.
5. Support the success of our children, who are our future.
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Middletown, NJ 07748
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