Middletown City Schools is offering sports camps and training sessions in variety of girls and boys sports, including football, softball, basketball, volleyball, bowling, soccer and cheerleading. CONTRIBUTED

Sports camps keep Middletown students engaged this summer

Middletown City Schools is offering sports camps and training sessions in variety of girls and boys sports, including football, softball, basketball, volleyball, bowling, soccer and cheerleading.

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The Middie youth sports camps are popular, said Destini Burns, spokeswoman for the Butler County school system.

“It’s inspiring to see so many of our students still hard at work during their summer break,” said Burns.

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“They are learning and being engaged in positive environments that will contribute to their overall success. They are interacting with not only our coaches but our Middletown High School students, who are in turn receiving the opportunity to build relationships and serve as role models for their younger counterparts,” she said.

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Big changes are coming to Middletown Schools when the 2017-2018 school year starts in August.

The district has a new superintendent — Marlon Styles Jr. — and will be opening parts of newly renovated Middletown High School. In the summer of 2018 the new Middletown Middle School will open on the high school campus.

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