Middletown City School District educates its students on healthy lifelong habits, ensuring all students leave its hallways with the knowledge to make healthy choices. We are engaging students and communities in key events and programs. Middletown is a designated district-wide Title I, meaning all students receive free breakfast and lunch everyday through federally funded programs.
In Middletown’s urban, high-poverty setting, we must meet the needs of the community through non-traditional approaches, including a school-based health center (SBHC), run in partnership with Primary Health Solutions.
We understand the importance of accessible and affordable health care to families, which is why the SBHC provides care to all students who have parental permission to receive it, regardless of insurance coverage or ability to pay. The school-based health center is open all week, and a district transport van brings students—Monday through Friday—to the center. It will remain open during school breaks, including summer.
In partnership with Primary Health Solutions, Middletown Schools is working to meet the needs of the whole student and serve as a responsible partner to our families and community.