To The Editor:
A group of concerned Middletown Citizens is forming an ad hoc group to consider the next steps following the Middletown Town Council’s refusal to discuss high school unification.
Our students deserve much more than the status quo, a high school of limited educational opportunities and an uncertain future.
If you are interested in participating in our discussions and taking part in this grass roots initiative, please add your name to our list of like-minded citizens at https://Aquidneckhighschoolunification.org.
We look forward to hearing from you and being part of our discussions.
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