Community & School Events

Please join all members of Middletown's PTA's/PTO's Leadership and School Governance Councils to have a  light dinner and conversation at the Woodrow Wilson Library, 372 Hunting Hill Avenue on 
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Evening in collaboration with the Nellie Mae Education Foundation where Vibrant public engagement and school-community partnerships are essential to improving schools and better preparing our students to be successful learners, workers and leaders. Equity is at the heart of our work.

The Middletown School's Bookmobile distributed 10,000 books over the past 3 summers!

A special thank you to all our volunteers who collected and sorted books througout the year and to all the principals, staff, parents and community partners who drove the van and helped put just right books in the hands of so many children and families.

  • The Middletown Schools Association has been collecting and sorting books for our Bookmobile. These books are then distributed for free over the summer months and at various events throughout the year.
  • To date we have given out over 10,000 books.
  • New/gently used children's books for grades PreK-12 can be donated to any of the schools or dropped off at 310 Hunting Hill Ave.
  • Volunteers are always welcome to help us clean, sort and distribute books. Please contact Bookmobile Chair, Stephanie Alderman at 203-641-4739 with any questions.
  • A special thank you to everyone who has donated books, all our volunteers; the Principals and staff volunteers, the Middletown Schools Association, Russell Library, Altrusa Club, Read to Grow, Inc., the Book Bower, Kiwanis, Saroptomist, Girl Scouts, Timeless Trendz Consignments, Reading Well for Kids, Millard Group, Brenda Buzzi, Lisa Santangelo, ...

Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce Expo - October 28, 2011

Click on above Photo to view more pictures - Congratulations to Middletown Public Schools - Second Place Winner at the Middlesex Chamber of Commerce Expo on Friday, October 28th. Donna Marino, Parent Resource Coordinator, & Victoria Alderman, student, displaying second place. This year our booth featured the book mobile and we gave out over 250 free books to parents, grandparents, friends and children.

Click here for more information on the Reading Program.