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Middle School Building Project Timeline

Community Forums - Middle School Feasibility Study
Middletown Public Schools  April 19th, 20th, and 24th, 2017 by TSKP Studio

The Woodrow Wilson Middle School Building Committee is seeking public input!

The public is invited to attend any one of the three upcoming forums:

April 19, 2017 Wed @ 7PM - Woodrow Wilson Middle School's Cafeteria (following the 6:00 WWMS Open House for incoming 7th graders).

April 20, 2017 Thurs @ 6PM - Snow Elementary School Auditorium

April 24, 2017 Mon @ 6PM - Lawrence Elementary School 

Come to provide your thoughts on what you would like to see in a new middle school. These forums are early in our process. 

Click here to view the flyer concerning the forums for the Middle School Building Project.


The committee unanimously chose a high-level conceptual layout for a new middle school using the current Woodrow Wilson property east of Hunting Hill Avenue.  The committee asked the architects to consider several different options including saving the current auditorium and incorporating it into the new school or demolition of the current auditorium and construction of a new auditorium with the new building.  The concept chosen will maintain the current pool as a separate facility.  The architects were also asked to consider saving the gym and auxiliary gym for city recreational use.  Other issues under consideration include temporary busing lanes while construction is in progress and reconfiguration of Hunting Hill Avenue, either temporarily or permanently, to provide space for construction equipment and permit students to more safely access the athletic fields on the western side of Hunting Hill Avenue.

The new building will likely contain a three-story portion, providing a separate level for each grade 6 - 8.  Though current Woodrow Wilson Middle School is approximately 180,000 sq/ft (including the pool), in light of new state guidelines and projected decreasing student enrollment, the new building will probably be between 125,000 to 150,000 sq/ft.  Currently, student enrollment grades 6-8 is 998.  By 2021, it is projected to be 898 (10% decrease) and by 2024, 821 (17% decrease).

On April 26, 2016, Mayor Dan Drew swore in John Giuliano, Sheila Daniels and Christopher Drake
to the Middle School Building Committee.

Mary Bartolotta - Chair
Christopher Drake - Vice Chair

Meeting Schedule:


January 26, 2017 – Conference Room A, BOE, 311 Hunting Hill Avenue
February 23, 2017
March 30, 2017
April 27, 2017 – Alternate Location
May 25, 2017
June 29, 2017
July 27, 2017 – Alternate Location
August 31, 2017
September 28, 2017
November 30, 2017
December 28, 2017


June 30, 2016
July 28, 2016 – Conference Room A, BOE, 311 Hunting Hill Avenue
August 25, 2016
September 29, 2016
October 27, 2016 – Conference Room A, BOE, 311 Hunting Hill Avenue
November 24, 2016 – Thanksgiving
December 29, 2016


Middle School Building Committee Agendas & Minutes

(Click on underlined date to view document)
These documents can also be found on the City of Middletown website


 AGENDAS - 2017


  AGENDAS - 2016

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