• Middletown H.S. North
    Principal: Patricia Vari-Cartier 
    Address: 63 Tindall Road,  Middletown, NJ 07748
    Phone: 732-706-6061  ---  Main Office Ext:1200
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  •  "What is Fusfoo?  
    Fusfoo gives high school students a safe, bully-free, educational and engaging space for content to be created, curated, shared and consumed. Editorial and video content will be created by  students - for  students and available on the devices they live by. Students can export their portfolio of work for college applications and internship and job interviews.  Participating high schools will become part of Fusfoo’s national high school network, where they can view and repost thoughtful, relevant and age-appropriate content created by fellow schools and students across the country on their schools’ unique sites. Fusfoo also creates opportunities for high schools to connect and stay connected with alumni and foster long-term support for school and district goals.
     

Welcome!
Today is
Today is a B day.
  • Middletown Public Schools

    closed Monday, January 21st

    Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

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    2nd Marking Period

    Quarterly Assessment Schedule

    (click here)

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     MN Lion image North News TV

    Click the video link below to view the most recent North News TV production.

     "NORTH NEWS" is a monthly news show covering a broad range of topics - interviews, current school and community events, sports, art, technology, and more - produced at Middletown High School North by TV Production students directed by their teacher, Mr. Chris Cullen.

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    Middletown North Civic Leadership Presents:

     Kiwanis Club of Middletown

    It is with great pleasure that the Middletown North Civic Leaders are honored to recognize the 
    Kiwanis Club of Middletown as our MP4 MN Heroes. 
     
    Please take a moment to click on this link to read about the organization and their work.  They are doing great things for the Middletown community and have connections to the North community as well.  (The organization's president and vice-president are both North Alumni and former Civic Leaders!)  
     
     
     

     

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    community care
     
     
    November 19, 2018
    Dear Middletown Families, Teachers, Staff and Administration:
               The Kortney Rose Foundation (KRF) is very grateful for your continued support of the Kortney’s Cash for a Cure Fundraiser. Our support over the years to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and as a primary funder of the Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium (CBTTC.org) have been significant thanks to donors like you. We realize you are the key to our success and cannot thank you enough.
               Total Raised by all [Middletown Townshop Public] schools including high schools- $10, 312.56 An Increase of over $2800 over last year! Phenomenal!
     
    We can no longer rely on the government’s National Institute of Health (NIH) for research funding; it only allocates 4% of its total research budget to all childhood cancers. It’s the small foundations, like ours, that are allowing this life saving research to begin and continue. That’s why our support is vital.
     
     
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  •  Anti Bullying Notice
     
  • HS North  Anti-bullying Specialist
    Jacqueline Duca, S.A.C.
    732- 706-6061 x 1301
    email: ducaj@middletownk12.org
      District Anti-bullying Coordinator
      Patrick Rinella
      732-671-3850 ext- 1042
      email: RinellaP@Middletownk12.org
    Office Location / Mailing Address:
    MHS North - Room 2121
    63 Tindall Road
    Middletown, NJ  07748
      Mailing Address:
      PO Box 4170
      Middletown, NJ 07748
     
     
     
    High School North's ABBR grade is 73.
    New Jersey schools are expected to earn an Anti-bullying Bill of Rights grade
    of 50 or higher out of a possible 78 points. 
     
     
    Midddletown Township School District Policy 5512- 
    HARASSMENT, INTIMIDATION AND BULLYING
     
  • 2018-19
    Middletown School District
    For information regarding emergency school closing or
    delayed opening procedures due to weather or other conditions.
  • Online scheduling for the 2019/20 school year began December 21st.  Students will be picking their electives and world language classes online.  The window for students to enter their selections runs from Dec. 21 to January 6, 2019.  Guidance counselors will be meeting with students starting Monday, Jan. 7 for scheduling of core classes.  All scheduling for the 2019/2020 school year will be complected by Friday, Feb. 22. 
     
    to go to the online scheduling instructions page.
     
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  • Scoliosis Screening
    Dear Parent/Guardian:

    New Jersey State Law requires that schools offer a biennial screening program for the detection of scoliosis or curvature of the spine, for students 10-18 years of age. 

    The school nurse carries out the screening. It is simple and takes less than 20 seconds per student. The examiner looks at the child’s back as he or she stands and bends forward. If your child is found to have a possible curvature, you will be notified.

    MHS North is scheduled to have its students screened on March 19th and 20th.

    CLICK HERE
    to open a letter with full information and an opt out form.

     
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  • Child Development Program Information and Application Packet

    CLICK HERE

    You will not be considered for admission into the Child Development Program until the entire application packet has been completed. 

    Please complete the required forms and return them to Ms Tully's mailbox by
    Friday, March 1, 2019

     All items must be received by 3/1/2019.
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  • Click the link below
    to view a
    presentation about

    MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP
    PUBLIC SCHOOLS

    ADVANCED PLACEMENT &

    DUAL ENROLLMENT PROGRAMS

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    MTPS presentation about Pathway and Academy Program Opportunities.
     
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    Click the links below to open and print Application Forms for the following programs:

    STEM Pathway  (due by April 19)

    GLP3 Pathway (due by April 19)

    BMAP Pathway (due by April 19) 

    Arts Academy (due by January 27)
     
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  • Feb. 22, 2019
    Annual PFA
    Gift AuctionPFA GIFT AUCTION INFO
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    Thank you for helping us help Middletown North! 
     
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  • Congratulations
    Mr. Milnes
    HS North 
    Teacher of the Year
     
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  • Thumbs Up - Congratulations

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  • Congratulations 
    First Marking Period
    Renaissance Award winners 
     
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  • Lunch Money Simplified LUNCH MONEY 
    SIMPLIFIED

    for more information.
     
     
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  • FAMILY ID is open for  SPORTS REGISTRATION
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    Athletics Department
    Forms  & Registration
    (Click the button below.)
     
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  • Student Articles Drop-off Prohibition
    Please be aware, to ensure the safety and security of High School North, the reception desk will no longer, under any circumstances, be accepting items such as  lunches, books, technology, backpacks etc. during school hours.  We appreciate your support and cooperation to our students. On behalf of the North faculty, we wish all of our students the best of luck on a successful school year. 
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  • Important announcement for all spectators attending district events:  
    For security reasons backpacks, purses, and bags of any type are not permitted at district events.  
    The zero tolerance drug and alcohol policy is strictly enforced.  
    Thank you for your cooperation. 
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  •  HSN DRESS CODE
        The student dress code is intended to provide standards of dress that are desirable and to discourage
    dress that is undesirable.
        Students are expected to groom and dress themselves in an appropriate manner.           Students must be dressed in designated clothing and protective equipment for physical education classes, science laboratories, and foods courses.
     
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  • 2018-2019
    STUDENT PARKING
    INFORMATION

    Dear Parent/Guardian of a 2018-2019 North Junior or Senior:
    No student may park on campus without a parking permit.
    If a junior or senior wishes to park on campus during the school year, the student must complete the parking application via Google docs
    which opens on Sunday, April 15, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. and closes by Friday, July 13,2017 at 11:59 p.m.
    (link at bottom of the page)
    Please note that the submission of paperwork does not guarantee the student willreceive a parking permit.
    Click the link below to open a letter with complete details about rules and eligibility and the link to the Google doc form.

     Click here to open the letter.

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  •  The Middletown High School North Community is committed to developing each individual’s maximum potential for acquiring, using, and enjoying knowledge so that each may become a productive and caring member of our society. In order to provide quality programs and excellent facilities that support each student’s academic and social growth, our school is committed to a strong participatory partnership with our staff, our community, our students and their families.

    We believe that….

    1. All students can learn and be productive members of the school community.
    2. All members of the school community deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.
    3. The promotion of positive interpersonal skills and acceptance of diverse groups of people are necessary for the personal and educational growth of each individual.
    4. Critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making are life skills that can be developed and enhanced across the curricula and through extra-curricular activities.
    5. Students should be provided a safe and nurturing environment with the necessary resources to foster physical and mental well-being.
    6. The school atmosphere must promote individuality, creativity, and originality; honesty and integrity are expected.
    7. Academic, social, and technological skills across the curricula prepare students for college and career ­readiness.