MiddieNet: The Intranet of Middletown City Schools
The mission of the Middletown City Schools is to provide our culturally diverse students with highly-challenging and engaging school work, which assists them in gaining valued knowledge and skills. We will continue to operate the district in a fiscally responsible manner with a priority of student achievement.
Staff Growth Goals
In preparing for full implementation of the new state mandated evaluation system, the RttT team would like everyone to choose one professional goal and one personal goal for second semester. While data on these goals will not be collected this year, selecting and signing the goal sheet electronically, will help us refine the online process for next year. Thank you for working with us as we complete this RttT goal.
During early release, you will get to create an Adobe digital signature and practice filling out a Staff Growth Goals PDF form and submitting it. Your group presenter will give you explicit directions, so please wait before clicking the links below.
This Spotlight will provide professional development for educators, in addition to helping administrators meet E-rate requirements of the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) and the Protecting Children in the 21st Century Act.
Today’s students must know how to interact with others online in social networking sites, in chatrooms, and when instant messaging and texting. Knowing how to protect themselves online from cyberbullies, online predators, and scams is important to ensure their safety and well-being while learning and interacting online.
Let's Share Our Accomplishments! Do you have MCSD News worth sharing? Student Competitions…Musical Performances…Professional Accomplishments...Research Grants...and more... Please submit all happenings at your school here.
We invite you to send us good news for dissemination to the community and external media outlets. You can also call us at 513.217.2665 to discuss a story idea.
If your school, team, club, or organization is doing anything that might be considered newsworthy, please let us know! If you're not sure, go ahead and send it to us. We want to spread the word!
Our office will review the information you submit and then choose the appropriate venues for distribution. In some cases, we may write a press release; in others, we may include it in our list of story ideas that the media might be interested in. Other options include running the item in various publications (district newsletter, postcards, etc.) or any of the other venues.
Somethings to think about are:
If you want your event published in the newspaper it must be submitted two weeks prior to the event. Please submit all happenings at your school here.