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Ad Hoc Redistricting Committee Information

Middletown Public Schools Elementary School Consolidation Analysis dated April 14, 2016 presented by Dr. Charles at the May 10, 2016 Board of Education Meeting. (Note: large document may take a few seconds to load.)

Final Ad Hoc Committee Redistricting Report to the Board of Education
on February 8, 2016.

Public Forum information is found in the beginning of this site followed by the Redistricting Committee Meeting information.

Public Forums

Parents and guardians are invited to attend an upcoming community forums to discuss elementary redistricting.   This is the community’s opportunity to provide input on the redistricting plans being considered. Here are the dates and the locations of these community forums, along with information presented at that forum:

View Letter from Dr. Patricia Charles dated September 25, 2015 concerning redistricting plan which is scheduled to go into effect during the 2016-17 school year.

Please click here to access the Elementary Redistricting: Preliminary Alternatives shared on September 14, 2015

The Initial Redistricting Committee Meeting was held on Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 5:30 P.M.  The meeting was held at the Dr. Alfred B. Tychsen Administration Building, 311 Hunting Hill Avenue (Room #1), Middletown, CT.  Please view the Redistricting Committee Kick-Off Powerpoint presented on that day.



Ad Hoc Redistricting Committee Meeting Dates, Agenda, Minutes, etc.



Ad Hoc Redistricting Committee Members -  June, 2015

Members Constituency RepresentedContact E-mail Address
Augur, RebeccaConsultantRebeccaa@miloneandmacbroom.com
Cannata, TomPrincipal of Wesley SchoolCannatat@mpsct.org
Charles, PatriciaSuperintendentCharlesp@mpsct.org
Daniels, SheilaBOE MemberDanielssh@mpsct.org
Fitzpatrick, ColleenE.I.S.T. at Snow SchoolFitzpatrickc@mpsct.org
Hart, AvaBOE Member & Community RepresentativeHartava@mpsct.org
Henderson, RichardPrincipal of Farm Hill SchoolHendersonr@mpsct.org
King, SeanParent Representative from Spencer SchoolSeankingesq@gmail.com
Loffredo, VincentBOE MemberLoffredov@mpsct.org
Macri, EnzaAssociate SuperintendentMacrie@mpsct.org
Pawlak, JaniceMFT President & Teacher Representative from Wesley SchoolPawlakj@mpsct.org
Sesta, CarynParent Representative from Moody SchoolCaryn.sesta@yahoo.com
Thazhampallath, Geen 
City Representative & Parent Representative from Bielefield SchoolGeen.Thazhampallath@MiddletownCT.gov
Waterman, AmyFamily Resource Center Program Coordinator & Representative from Macdonough School & Farm Hill SchoolWatermana@mpsct.org




SCHOOLS BY STREETS List (Revised 4/11/2016) Use this list to look up street and assigned school.

Racial Imbalance Plan

3rd REVISION to Plan to Address Racial Imbalance dated October 4, 2013

Middletown Public Schools received an Approval Letter for its Redistricting Plan from Commissioner Mark K. McQuillan of the State Department of Education dated September 7, 2010.

2nd REVISION to Plan to Address Racial Imbalance dated May 24, 2010 - submitted to the Connecticut Department of Education.  (This is an extremely large file 17,126 kb - please be patient)

Welcoming Timeline for Families Moving to a New School updated May, 11, 2010

State of Connecticut Racial Imbalance letter dated April 21, 2010

Demographic Breakdown by School - April 22, 2010
5 year projection by School & Grade - May 20, 2010

Ad Hoc Feasibility Committee Recommendations - March 9, 2010

Board of Education voted on these recommendations, Tuesday, April 6, 2010.  Location - Middletown High School - Auditorium 7 P.M.

The Revision to Middletown's Racial Imbalance Plan dated February 1, 2010, was submitted to the Department of Education.

List of names and contact information for the BOE Ad Hoc Feasibility Committee dated December 15, 2009.

Click here for more information regarding the JCJ Architecture Feasibility Study.

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