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MAHS Mini-THON Events

February 14, 2019 in Featured - MAHS, News by Zorbaugh Jody

MAHS Mini-THON PAINT PARTY CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION FORM  

Make Up Days

February 8, 2019 in News by Zorbaugh Jody

As communicated on the District calendar, Monday, February 18, 2019 and Thursday, April 18, 2019 are designated as make-up days if needed. Due to school closures on Wednesday, January 30, […]

Signing Day – February 6, 2019

February 7, 2019 in News, News - MAHS by Zorbaugh Jody

Richie Sykes, son of Richard Sykes, has committed to play football at Sacred Heart University. Cole Senior, son of Joe Senior and Leslie Marra, has committed to play football at Bloomsburg University.

At A Glance – February 2019

January 31, 2019 in Featured - Fink, Featured - Kunkel, Featured - MAMS, Featured - Reid, News by Zorbaugh Jody

Welcome to this month’s edition of At A Glance. To get started, simply click on the banner associated with the article you wish to read.

2019 Kindergarten Registration

January 31, 2019 in Featured - Fink, Featured - Kunkel, Featured - Reid, Featured News by Zorbaugh Jody

We are excited to welcome your Kindergartner to Middletown Area School District! Fink, Kunkel and Reid Elementary Schools are looking forward to meeting their newest Raiders in the Fall of 2019. Welcome […]

Raider Newscast – All Episodes

January 31, 2019 in Featured - MAHS, Featured - MAMS, Featured News, News - Fink, News - Kunkel, News - Reid by Zorbaugh Jody

TIM&tim have become the talk of the town! You can view all their newscasts here! Filmed at Reid Elementary with the assistance of Kindergartners: Reid Stellar Student, Spunky’s Corner featuring RaiderPacks, Kate Fitzpatrick’s […]

What is…MARA?

January 31, 2019 in News by Zorbaugh Jody

Mission Statement: MARA’s mission is to build a stronger community through enhancing, diversifying, and increasing recreation opportunities. Middletown Area Recreation Alliance (MARA) is a joint partnership between Middletown Borough, Royalton […]

2018 MASD Year in Review

January 30, 2019 in News by Zorbaugh Jody

CLICK ON THE PHOTO ABOVE TO VIEW THE “YEAR IN REVIEW” PUBLICATION.  

Kids Heart Challenge

January 29, 2019 in News by Zorbaugh Jody

The 2019 Kids Heart Challenge, previously known as Jump Rope for Heart, will be held at MASD elementary schools on the following days: Kunkel – February 15 Reid – February […]

Raiders Advance to Quarterfinals

January 29, 2019 in News, News - MAHS by Zorbaugh Jody

The Raider wrestling team defeated ELCO 45-32 which advances them to the District 3 AA Quarterfinals. They will wrestle two matches at Northern Lebanon High School on Wednesday, January 30. Match #1: […]

Stellar Student @ Fink

January 29, 2019 in Featured - Fink, News by Zorbaugh Jody

Chloe Hugendubler is a 9-year-old girl in Ms. Rothrock’s third grade class at Fink. Chloe has a big family and lives with her mom, dad, brother, two sisters, and their […]

Up Next in February 2019

January 29, 2019 in Featured - MAMS, News, News - Fink, News - Kunkel, News - MAHS, News - Reid by Zorbaugh Jody

February 1, 2019 EARLY DISMISSAL FOR ELEMENTARY Elementary Parent Conferences in PM Kindergarten Registration Opens February 2, 2019 Souper Saturday MAHS Jazz Band, 6-8:00pm February 4, 2019 NO SCHOOL FOR […]

Stellar Student @ Reid

January 29, 2019 in Featured - Reid, News by Zorbaugh Jody

Ace Hartnett is a sport-loving 4thgrader at Reid. He really enjoys playing basketball and baseball. Ace has been on a basketball team for 3 years and a baseball team for […]

Stellar Student @ Kunkel

January 29, 2019 in Featured - Kunkel, News by Zorbaugh Jody

“Can I Tell You Sumpin’?” His name is Christopher. He’s a Kindergartner at Kunkel Elementary. He may be little, but he’s full of personality and cuteness; and extraordinary kindness. Christopher […]

Safe2Say Something

January 28, 2019 in News by Zorbaugh Jody

Dear MASD Families: As a school system, we are committed to creating and sustaining a comprehensive, coordinated effort to improve the overall safety and well-being of our students, educators and […]

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