The bricks are placed on pallets periodically during the week, with Tuesdays being the most likely day former Middletown Middies, memorabilia fans and those just seeking free bricks can pick them up, said Williams.
There is no limit as to the number of bricks people can have.
“I’ll refill the pallets as long as we have bricks that are in decent shape,” said Williams, who added the pallets can be found along the Baltimore and Girard street sides of the campus. “There are plenty of bricks.”
The demolition site is otherwise fenced off for safety reasons.
The school was Butler County’s oldest.
Middletown’s new middle school, which opened last month, is now located on the modern and recently renovated high school campus.
Williams estimates the demolition of the entire former school campus will be done by early December.
“A lot of school staffers are picking up the bricks. A lot of family members who have graduated from here are picking them up for memories,” Williams said. “It’s a big thing.”