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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.
Parent/ Student Information
Thursday, March 19, 2020
MMS has created a document for resources and information for students and their families. Please view this document for Google Classroom codes, Carnegie Learning information, staff email addresses, and more.
We Are Here For You
MMS is working hard to create an online environment to help students and their families maintain some academic structure. We know that is was sudden and we are continually working on improving what we can for our students and their families.
Please know you can reach out to us, and that we are all in this together.
Update for Middletown Unified School District
Friday, April 3, 2020
A letter has been released regarding the closure of schools in the State of California. Please see the letter below for additional information. MUSD will be closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic school year and will continue to provide Distance Learning. Please be patient with us as we navigate this together.
Thursday, March 26, 2020
A letter has been released regarding the closure of schools. Please read below for the information. LAKE COUNTY SCHOOLS PLAN FOR DISMISSALS THROUGH MAY 1ST.
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Mrs. Sabatier has released a new Principal's Message! Under the Home tab, scroll down to Message from the Principal to read it, or click here!
An excerpt from the LCOE (Lake County Office of Education) website:
UPDATED: March 18, 2020 9:00 AM
Governor Newsom stated in his press conference last night, “Don’t anticipate schools are going to open up in a week. It’s unlikely that many of these schools — few if any — will open before the summer break.”
Unless Governon Newsom issues an Executive Order requiring all California schools to stay closed until summer break, that decision remains under local control and governance. Lake County School District Superintendents will remain in close contact with Lake County Health Officer, Dr. Gary Pace, through the Lake County Department of Public Health. They will work in collaboration to make the best decisions for the safety and well-being of our Lake County students and community.
Reminder that Lake County Office of Education Deputy Superintendent, Cynthia Lenners, and her amazing staff of professional Educational Specialists have put together a great document with supplemental online resources for students from TK-12, to help during these school dismissals. ACCESS THOSE RESOURCES.
Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Parents and Students: Please note that the MMS Office will be in the office today and Wednesday the 18th. From then, we will be available through email. All staff will be available through district email. You can find this under the Home tab, and click on MMS Staff List. Or, click here.
For those who have requested a paper packet, you will be notified when they become available for pick-up.
Monday, March 16, 2020
Parents and Students: Please know we are working on creating digital instruction. Students, please view your class' Google Classroom for individual assignments. You can also view the Department Pages on the website here under Academics. There, you'll find more information regarding resources and schedules.
If your student has medication here in the Nurse's Office, it will be available for pick-up with Michelle on Monday, March 16th. Any questions or concerns,
please call (707) 987-1488.
Sunday, March 15, 2020
An excerpt from the letter below from Dr. Miller:
The safety and wellness of students, families, and staff are the highest priorities at Middletown Unified School District. Due to increased concerns about the COVID-19 situation and the potential impact on our schools and community, it is with a heavy heart that I announce that we will suspend all site-based instruction in Middletown Unified School District schools beginning Monday, March 16 through Friday, April 10, 2020. All sports, facility use, after school activities, after school care, and field trips will be canceled during this time as well. Prior to April 10, we will evaluate the situation and make a determination if we are able to resume site-based instruction.
Friday, March 13, 2020
MMS Family and Friends - Please find the latest information regarding COVID-19 and Lake County Schools. There is a letter from Dr. Miller, MUSD Superintendent, and a letter from the California Department of Public Health.
Per the Lake County Office of Education (LCOE), more information about possible school closures will be released by 4:00PM on Sunday, March 15, 2020. Once that information is released, it will be posted here for you to view. Here's the LCOE's link to their resouces: https://www.lakecoe.org/domain/1106
All District Superintendents and Brock Falkenberg, Lake County Superintendent of Schools will meet on Sunday, March 15 to discuss potential county-wide solutions to student dismissals. We hope to make an announcement to Lake County families by 4:00 PM Sunday afternoon about the status of Lake County Schools.
Thank you for your patience as our Lake County education leaders work in overdrive to determine the best solutions for our students and community.
Newest Press Release regarding MUSD School Closures
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.
For more information regarding Free and Reduced Lunch Application or to check the balance of your student's lunch account and add money, please visit the Food Service Page
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.