On Saturday, we were proud to attend the 2nd Annual Freedom Fund Banquet, "Endless Possibilities: Embrace, Encourage and Empower," hosted by the Middletown Odessa Townsend Delaware Chapter of the NAACP.
Summer Enrichment Camps: Register now through June 8!
This year, Appoquinimink has created a series of fun, week-long enrichment camps for students entering Grades 7-10. They include: Computer Science, Forensics, Graphic Design, Agriculture, Sports Marketing, Culinary Arts and Fashion Design (a course called Up Cycle That T-shirt). Camps meet from 8:30-11:30, Monday through Thursday. Fees are just $50/week. Click on this story for a copy of our brochure, detailed descriptions of each session and a registration form.
This is an exciting time of the year for seniors and their families. We have a variety of resources we have to offer here at Middletown High School. Please let us know what we may do to assist your family in the transition to the next chapter for your Senior. We look forward to celebrating this milestone with you and your families. Please see attached story for additional information.
DATES TO REMEMBER: May 12, 13, 14 Senior Exams May 15, 18 Commencement Rehearsal, 7:25 am May 14 Senior Awards/Scholarship Ceremony, 6:30 p.m. May 19 Commencement, 7:00 p.m.
We're pleased to honor the students from AHS and MHS who have been named valedictorian and salutatorian of their schools. Please click on this link for a brief introduction to each student, accompanied by their photos.
AFJROTC wants to help you “REMEMBER THE MOMENT” with the 2015 Graduation DVD. PLEASE INCLUDE GRADUATE’S NAME ON ORDER FORM (Pose for a photo at the video platform after accepting Diploma, or email a graduation picture for DVD cover. Yearbook Photo is default photo ) Please see attached order form.
Honor a military member, first responder, or other hero (past or present), by sponsoring a flag. Over 100 flags will be proudly displayed at Middletown High School, along Rt. 299 the week before and the week after Memorial Day 2015. Proceeds support local youth programs, scholarships, and Rotary’s community projects.
On April 21, we lost a treasured member of the Appoquinimink Family when AHS Science Teacher & Cross Country Coach Brian Conley lost his brave, 28-month battle with cancer. A devoted family man, Brian left behind a wife, Dawn, and two young children - John and Bryce. ASD staff and students are joining together for a fundraising effort that will establish a scholarship for Brian's sons.
We're updating the strategic plan for our school district. Your participation is vital! Please take 5-minutes to share your thoughts about our programs and services, help identify areas for improvement, and tell us how we can expand education and accelerate achievement. A link to the online survey is available below.
The mission of Middletown High School, a diverse and rapidly growing comprehensive learning community, is to challenge students to strive for personal excellence and to achieve distinction through:
Fostering an environment that offers opportunities that prepare students
to be global citizens - Character
Cultivating pride by supporting positive behavior - Attitude
Enabling all students to discover and achieve post
secondary endeavors - Vision
Implementing a diverse, rigorous curriculum - Success
To report bullying, harassment or other suspicious activities click on the S.O.S. logo. The S.O.S. Program was designed to provide students, parents and the community with another avenue of communication to ensure a safe environment for our students, staff and volunteers. All e-mails will be received by school administrators.
Families also have the option of contacting the school or state by phone:
or Delaware Department of Justice
Bullying Prevention & School Crime Contact (Ombudsperson)
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