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Middletown High School changes Graduation Date
Monday, February 09, 2009 4:16:09 PM - Middletown Ohio


MHS graduation day changes to June 8

The Ohio Department of Education allows school districts to have five "calamity" days which can be used to close school for emergency reasons. "This year, because of the wind storms in September and the recent extreme cold and snow, we have exceeded our five allotted days. To comply with state law, the district must make up three student. Even after making up the three student attendance days, if we have graduation on June 2 as planned, students will not meet the required days for student attendance. Therefore, we must move the day of graduation to June 8. The last day of school for Seniors is scheduled for June 5," said MHS Principal Dennis Newell. MHS Seniors, staff and parents were notified today.
If your graduation announcements have already been printed, we will have change of date cards ready for you to mail with your announcements. Please have your student see Mr. Hall or call Mrs. Gullett at 217- 2608 or email dalberico@middletowncityschools.com.
Newell continued, "I know that this change is an inconvenience for students, parents, and families, but the district's commitment to the safety and well being of our students precipitated school closings for reasons out of our control and for days which we must make-up."

Parents and students will be receiving notification this week regarding the upcoming district wide make up days.

The Ohio Department of Education allows school districts to have five "calamity" days which can be used to close school for emergency reasons. "This year, because of the wind storms in September and the recent extreme cold and snow, we have exceeded our five allotted days. To comply with state law, the district must make up three student. Even after making up the three student attendance days, if we have graduation on June 2 as planned, students will not meet the required days for student attendance. Therefore, we must move the day of graduation to June 8. The last day of school for Seniors is scheduled for June 5," said MHS Principal Dennis Newell. MHS Seniors, staff and parents were notified today.
If your graduation announcements have already been printed, we will have change of date cards ready for you to mail with your announcements. Please have your student see Mr. Hall or call Mrs. Gullett at 217- 2608 or email dalberico@middletowncityschools.com.
Newell continued, "I know that this change is an inconvenience for students, parents, and families, but the district's commitment to the safety and well being of our students precipitated school closings for reasons out of our control and for days which we must make-up."

Parents and students will be receiving notification this week regarding the upcoming district wide make up days.
Debbie Alberico
Community Relations / Communications
Middletown City Schools
1515 Girard Ave.
Middletown, OH 45044
Phone: 513.217.2625
Fax: 513.420.4652
dalberico@middletowncityschools.com
www.middletowncityschools.com

 


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