April 2: World Autism Day - Wear BLUE to show you care!

On April 2, communities around the world kick off World Autism Awareness Month with the "Light It Up Blue" campaign. Here in Appoquinimink, we're asking students and staff to show they care by wearing something blue to school, and there are plenty of other school-based activities being planned. In fact, MHS Senior Cynthia Papettas made autism awareness the subject of her senior project. Read more about her efforts to educate elementary school students...
High School Career Fair: April 2, during school

Appoquinimink will be hosting its annual High School Career Fair on Thursday, April 2. Students will have an opportunity to visit and talk with professionals from more than 35 different organizations. Participating businesses will have an opportunity to interface with more than1,200 students who are eager to learn more about these industries, the skills and academic preparation needed to be successful, the job forecast and pay.
FFA State Convention: ASD Students Take Home Numerous Awards!

Delaware's 85th annual Statewide FFA Convention was held at Delaware State University on March 10-12. Agricultural Education students from both high schools prepared all year for the chance to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in competitions referred to as Career Development Events (CDEs). These contests require the application of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, public speaking and collaboration to demonstrate mastery of the subject matter and standards.
MHS "One Book, One School" 2015
MHS invites parent and student feedback on the book selection for the upcoming "One Book, One School" Initiative.

Please take a moment to view the information provided in this summer reading survey. Please make your voice heard by answering the survey question. Thank you for your time.
MHS Agricultural Education Earns Top Honors at Delaware FFA Convention

The 85th annual Delaware FFA Convention was held at Delaware State University from March 10 - March12. Agricultural Education students representing Middletown High School, once again, took home numerous honors and top awards and will be representing, not only their school and community, but the State of Delaware in regional and national competitions in the Fall.

All photos provided by Mr. Billings were taken at the 85th annual Delaware FFA Convention held at Delaware State University.
Friendly's Fundraiser
March 31 / 5-9 p.m.
1500 People's Plaza, Newark OR 350 Dove Run, Middletown

AOPA, an organization that represents caring office professionals in our district, is holding their first annual Friendly’s Fundraiser. 10% of all proceeds from sales that night will go toward funding two scholarships to graduating seniors. Please join us for good food, good fellowship and a good cause. Students who visit will receive a coupon good for a free ice cream cone at a later visit. Note: You must present a copy of our flyer at the time of purchase.
Teacher of the Year: See Who Was Nominated

We’re proud to announce that 285 faculty members were nominated for Teacher of the Year honors. Click on the link below to see if your favorite teacher is one of our candidates!

In April, the District will host a dinner for our building-level TOY winners and announce the 2015-16 Teacher of the Year winner.
AP Information Night

On March 12, Middletown High hosted a parent information night about Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Dr. Veronica Perrine provided an overview of AP coursework and expectations. Our AP teachers brought an array of display materials and answered questions about what distinguishes an AP course from other classes. And a panel of current AP students participated in a lively exchange with the audience. A copy of Dr. Perrine's presentation and pictures from the event appear below.
Senior Weather-related Makeup Days Communication
On Friday, March 13, we emailed an update about weather-related makeups for Seniors. A copy of that letter appears below.
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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

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