In Our Schools

  • Please Participate in the MTPS Independent Reading Survey.

    Please follow the link to take the MTPS Independent Reading Survey.

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  • Virtual Learning Resources & Additional Supports

    Please follow the links below to find more information regarding COVID-19, Virtual Learning and Free and Reduced Lunch.

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  • Dr. George Addresses Elementary Grading for Third Trimester

    As we move to close the school year and report on student progress, it is important to recognize that our student’s final report card will include valuable feedback about their progress throughout the virtual learning process. Assessment is the most consistent tool used to determine a student's mastery of grade level standards.

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  • Access the May 27th Virtual Board of Education Special Voting Meeting

    Thank you for your interest in attending the May 27th virtual Board of Education Workshop/Voting meeting. The public portion of this meeting will begin at approximately 7 p.m.

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  • MTPS Restructuring the Elementary Experience to Align with State Mandates

    Recent mandates delivered by the New Jersey Department of Education and the State Board of Education aim to prepare students for future learning and employment in a globally-connected and technologically savvy community. These pieces of legislation require the Middletown Township Public School District to adjust the design of its educational programming accordingly.

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  • Dr. George to Retire from MTPS After Nearly 9 Years with the District

    After nearly nine years with the Middletown Township Public School District, Superintendent of Schools, William O. George III, Ed. D., has announced his retirement effective September 1, 2020.

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  • Free & Reduced Meal Program During Virtual Home Instruction Days

    For information regarding the district's Free & Reduced Meal Program during mandated school closures, please review the text below.

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  • High School South Hosts Virtual Celebration for NCAA Student-Athletes

    On Friday, May 8th, Middletown High School South coaches and administrators came together to honor Eagles student-athletes who recently signed their National Letter of Intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level.

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  • 32 High School Seniors Honored for Earning NJ Seal of Biliteracy

    We are proud of the Middletown students who achieved the Seal of Biliteracy and the teachers and administrators who facilitated and supported the initiative. This virtual celebration is to honor the 32 high school seniors from the Middletown Township Public School District that recently earned their New Jersey Seal of Biliteracy. Congratulations to all!

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  • Dr. George Addresses Virtual High School & Middle School Grading Policies (5.5.20)

    The district’s virtual middle school and high school grading policy was developed in collaboration with teachers, students and administrators. These protocols consider the varied needs of our students, including those who are contending with anxiety related to financial, connectivity and technological concerns, as well as those who must provide care to younger siblings while their parents continue to work. No situation at home is the same, and we did our best to address these social-emotional concerns while stressing the importance of a strong academic program that aligns with our district goals and New Jersey student learning standards.

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  • Dr. George Thanks Our Nursing Staff on School Nurse Day

    National School Nurse Day, May 6, 2020, is a time to celebrate the specialty practice of school nursing. The theme for this year is School Nurses: Supporting Students in Times of Crisis. During these challenging times, all members of our school communities have been required to take on unprecedented roles and adapt quickly to changes in their jobs.

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  • Governor Announces School Closures for In-Person Instruction for Remainder of Academic Year (5.4.20)

    On May 4, Governor Murphy announced that the statewide school closures for in-person instruction will be extended through the end of the 2019-2020 academic year. In accordance with the Governor’s communication, the Middletown Township Public School District will continue to implement our virtual home instruction plan.

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  • Dr. George Thanks Our Educators During Teacher Appreciation Week

    This year, our teachers are working virtually and we do not have the same opportunities to celebrate their efforts. Our appreciation for teachers has never been greater than during the challenging days we are experiencing in our community, state, and nation.

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  • Dr. George Echoes Sentiment of NJ Commissioner of Education in Celebrating our Principals

    Your dedication and tireless support is more important than ever during these challenging and unprecedented times. Please know how proud and appreciative we are of your efforts.

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  • Our Future Ready Journey: Growth in the Face of Unparalleled Challenges

    In a time of great uncertainty spurred by COVID-19 Coronavirus, there is one thing we can be certain about, and that is the fact that our students and staff continue to grow and thrive in the face of unparallelled challenges.

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  • Our Future Ready Journey: The Work Continues

    Our journey began in fall 2014 in the back of the middle school media center. A small group of administrators and teacher-leaders who shared a passion for educational technology, met for the first time to discuss best practices and how to empower educators and students to use our brand new one-to-one devices effectively and meaningfully. After a few productive meetings of sharing ideas (and fears), one member of the team pulled up the Alliance for Excellent Education’s website, which showcased the new Future Ready Schools’ Framework. The seemingly daunting task of implementing equitable digital learning was organized simply into seven “gears,” and at the center of the framework was the phrase, “Personalized Student Learning.”

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  • Fun, Free & Creative Activities to Contend with Social Distancing

    The isolation of social distancing may seem overwhelming at times, but plenty of activities are emerging for students and families to take part in. Earlier this week a video of Ocean Avenue fifth grade student Leah Johnson was circulated on the district’s social media platform and celebrated by the greater school community

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  • Offering Support for Our Students' Social-Emotional Wellbeing

    The importance of social and emotional learning (SEL) for students has come to the forefront during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our support staff, consisting of Social Behavior Support Specialists, Guidance Counselors, Student Assistance Counselors, and School Nurses, has risen to the challenge of maintaining and augmenting SEL in a virtual setting.

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  • Dr. George Provides Perspective on Our Progress and the Road Ahead (4.10.20)

    Though we are operating in an unprecedented moment in time, our school community is thriving. The commitment of our students to strive toward positive learning outcomes is inspiring. I am overcome with pride to witness the dedication of our staff members, who continue to create and deliver purposeful, meaningful and engaging virtual lessons. I am grateful to our parents and guardians who remain steadfast in support of their children’s education.

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  • Our Future Ready Story: Parents & Guardians Playing Pivotal Role in Virtual Learning

    Damien Font, a third grade teacher at Middletown Village Elementary School, explained that the working relationship between teachers and parents is stronger than ever.

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