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Welcome to Middletown Middle School! It is our goal to provide a quality education, an appreciation of cultural diversity, and a sense of social responsibility for all students. Our educational programs are designed to teach not only content, but to teach students to value themselves and others in a safe, supportive environment. Middletown Middle School strives to provide our students with the opportunity to become excellent, contributing members of society.
MMS will be closed for summer beginning Friday, June 25th- Friday, July 30th. If you're needing assistance, please reach out to the district office at (707) 987-4100
Incoming 8th grade orientation: Wednesday, August 4th
Incoming 7th grade orientation: Thursday, August 5th
Both days are from 4-6 P.M.
Monday, August 16th, 2021 is MUSD's first day of school!
Incoming Orientation 2021-2022
Welcome to Middletown Middle School! Our orientation dates for the 2021-2022 school year are on the calendar!
Wednesday, August 4th from 4-6 P.M. will be for 8th graders and their families
Thursday, August 5th from 4-6 P.M. will be for 7th graders and their families
Students will be taking their yearbook photo, submitting documents, receiving their Chromebook, class schedule, and be able to purchase their P.E. clothes and ASB Card as well as pre-order their yearbook!
For more information, please visit our Incoming Orientation page!
We welcome you back to campus for the 2021-2022 school year! See you in August!
First day of school is Monday, August 16, 2021
To stay in the know, you can follow our Middle School calendar and our Daily Bulletin. These resources will help students, families, and the community be involved in what's happening with MMS!
Check out the Calendar Page under Our School or use the link.
Sign up for Remind! A great way to get reminders about school events.
Air Quality Guidelines
Here are the guidelines for the Lake County Schools in regard to air quality and activities. Rest assured, we take student health and safety seriously. The smoke is stronger due to lack of wind movement and thus we are able to see and smell it more than usual.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us, or the District Office.