“There is life here in Middletown Schools and we’re excited to show our community what our students experience every day,” Beadle said.
The event is open to the public but free tickets that double as RSVPS, which are available on the district's website, are required so district officials can better plan for the crowd in the year-old Wade E. Miller sports arena and the adjacent Middletown Middle School, which opened in September.
Middletown City Manager Doug Adkins will be among the speakers addressing the crowd in the arena.
“We will premiere the video at 6:45 p.m. and then release the community into the middle school and high school,” Beadle said.
“Each school will show off two to three innovative ways they help students. For example, Wildwood Elementary will have their Robotics Club at the event; the Amanda Elementary STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) Room will be dismantled and reassembled in the high school and the music department will have on-going concerts in the high school auditorium,” among the variety of student-led exhibits, she said.