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Here you will find resources such as the school calendar, walk-thru info, and supply list information! And check out for the latest news throughout the year!

*More information is in the process of being added to this page.


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Meet the Teacher

Join us Thursday, August 24th at Middlebrook.


12:00 PM

Grades 7 & 8 

A-L: 12:00 - 12:25

M-Z: 12:35 - 1:00 


2:00 – 3:00 PM 

Grade 6 

A-L: 2:00 - 2:25

M-Z: 2:35 - 3:00 

*Please do not bring supplies.

Family Movie Night

An opportunity for students and families to get together with friends old and new for an outdoor movie night at the Town Green on Thursday, August 24th, 6:30pm (postponed - rain).

Register: LINK

UPDATE: Due to the wet conditions and rain in the forecast, we are going to reschedule the outdoor movie night and social. We will announce a new date soon. 🌧☀️🌈

Open House

September 12 - Grade 6

September 19 - Grade 7

September 26 - Grade 8

WEB Orientation

Friday, August 25th at Middlebrook for 6th Grade.


Times sent by email.

7th Grade Activity Night

Students are invited to a fun night with a DJ and games on Friday, October 20th from 6-8 pm at Middlebrook. We need organizers and event volunteers, which is often as much fun for the volunteers as the students! Registration will open in September.

Volunteer: Coming Soon!

New to Wilton Parent Coffee

Thursday, August 24 - 11:00 AM

at Middlebrook

Photo Day

We’re looking for volunteers to ensure Photo Day 2023 runs smoothly. If you’re available to volunteer for two hours on photo day on Thursday, September 14th to help photographers and students get the shots just right, please contact:  Dana Quick →

This is a fun and rare opportunity to spend some time at Middlebrook during school hours. Order forms are handed out to the students during the  first week of school. Please complete an  online order form for each child at Middlebrook, Retakes/makeup date is November 15th.

6th Grade Activity Night

Students are invited to a fun night with a DJ and games on Friday, October 27th from 6-8 pm at Middlebrook. We need organizers and event volunteers, which is often as much fun for the volunteers as the students! Registration will open in September.

Volunteer: Coming Soon!

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WPS District website

Here you will find valuable information and links for WPS and Middlebrook on the newly designed site. Middlebrook School and Wilton School District websites are great resources that can answer many of your questions. There is also an app you can download!

Every Middlebrook Team has their own TEAM PAGE accessible through the Wilton Public School website. Check out your TEAM PAGE for information on supplies, homework, field trips, points of contact and more!

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PTA Welcome

Welcome families!

Thank you for all you do to support each other, our community, our teachers and administrators, our schools, and our children.

Principal's Welcome

From Principal Jory Higgins

August 15, 2023


On Wednesday, August 16, 2023 at 12:00 pm Schoology will open and at 12:30 pm the PowerSchool parent portal will open for parents/guardians and students to see class assignments for 2023 -2024. 


If you have any questions about your child’s schedule, please contact our school counselors via email. Your questions are important to us, and our counselors will address them as soon as possible.  Middlebrook school counselors will be onsite beginning Tuesday, August 23.


Grade 6    Mr. Trane Kessler   

Grade 7     Ms. Bonnie O’Brien

Grade 8    Mr. William Gerundo


Having trouble resetting your password? Please visit the Middlebrook website and under the "MB Information" menu click on "MB Course Registration" There you will find FAQ's and “How To” request PowerSchool password reset. (Use this link to get there directly)


As you shop for back-to-school supplies, (grade 6, 7, or  8 supply lists), please remember that all students are not required to change into gym clothes. 


Additional information will be shared on Friday, August 18, 2023.  Enjoy the week!

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6th Grade

All teams use the same supplies. Please note requirements for some subjects.

7th Grade

All teams use the same supplies. Please note requirements for some subjects.

All teams use the same supplies. Please note requirements for some subjects.

8th Grade

BTS Spotlight on Supplies


If you’re new to Middlebrook, there are lots of things that seem mysterious and so many questions you need answered.  We are taking a crack at your list:


Snacks: There is no set snack time at MB.  Snacks may be allowed at the teacher’s discretion. If you have questions or concerns,  please contact your child’s team leader directly.


Gym Clothes: Students may wear gym appropriate clothes such as shorts, leggings, or sweatpants and a t-shirt, and sneakers to school or change for gym if they prefer. They may wear any color they wish; families with older students may remember days when MB wore their team colors. Unless you remind your student to bring them home for washing, you may not see them until the end of the year.


Drop-Off/Pick Up: Please see the Handbook


Late Arrival: Drop off your student by the main entrance.  


Early pick up: If your student needs to be picked up early, just send in a note, which they must bring to the front office upon arriving at school.  You will need to go into school to pick them up.  It’s helpful to consult the Schoology Schedule.


Clubs: MB offers many clubs. Most clubs meet after school, but a few clubs meet before school. There is a $25 participation fee. Once the fee is paid, students have unlimited access to participate in as many clubs as they wish.  Be sure to talk to your student about clubs that might interest them. Students learn about clubs during September’s Club Fair, from their teachers, and from various bulletin boards around school.  Information is also available on the school website.  


No More School Dismissal Manager: Middle schoolers are responsible for their own dismissal plans. If your student is going home with a friend, or taking a different bus (to go into town, for example) you do not notify the school.  It is important to make sure that you and your student have a common understanding of the plan - if they leave with a friend, there is not a way for school staff to track them down for you.


Buses: students are allowed to ride other buses. But, note that students assigned to each bus have priority. If more students want to ride a bus than seats are available, your student will not be allowed to board the bus.  This occurs most frequently with the town bus, especially on Fridays. Check special bus assignments here If your child was hoping to get on a bus and they can’t because there wasn’t room, they need to work out their alternate arrangement. This could be calling an adult for a ride or walking if the destination is close enough.  


Lunch Options: Hot and cold lunch options and snacks will be available for students to purchase in the cafeteria. Indeed, there are more options than most kids realize. You can access menus online through Nutrislice. Find the link here.


Message Center: do not call or text your student on their personal cell phones during the school day.  Please call the Message Center at 203-834-4967 and leave a message which will be given to your student before the day ends.  In the event of an emergency, please call the school.

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Get involved with Middlebrook PTA this year! We welcome all members of the Middlebrook community to get involved at a level that meets the needs of your family. We support all families, students, teachers, administrators, and staff. You can get involved by joining the PTA, volunteering for PTA committees and events, donating to fundraising campaigns and purchasing spirit wear, attending meetings and events for students and families, tuning in to communications that connect our Middlebrook and Wilton community.

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Join the PTA for 2023-24.

Open Now on the MB PTA Website.

More information coming soon on the PTA sponsored directories and look for upcoming membership drives.

Thank you for joining.

PTA's mission is to make every child's potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children. #TogetherWeCan

Please volunteer for as much or as little as you can. This is a great way to get to know other families, make time to work on fun and important projects, and provide vital support to our school and community. We welcome all members of the community and our events and programs work best when we have a diverse group of volunteers, and faces new and old. 

The PTA appreciates the support of our families in our Annual Appeal to fund initiatives like Gifts and Grants that help provide resources and programs that benefit Middlebrook students and staff. Examples of student programs are Visiting Author, Birds of Prey Shakesperience, World Language, and professional development opportunities for teachers. G&G also fund equipment such as technology, improvements to Middlebrook Farm, and composting.

New Spirit Wear is being added soon!

GIFTS & Grants




parent and child RESOURCES

Principal's Welcome

Principal's Welcome

Wilton Youth Council



Middlebrook students can join us for a full year of leadership training, community service projects, and many fun activities, including ski trips!  Questions? Contact Tanya Leonard at



Wilton Youth Council offers parent education events and PeerConnection at Middlebrook. Please save the date for these Wilton Youth Council parent education programs! Like us on Facebook and visit for more detailed information about programs for youth, parents and our community, and sign up for our newsletter.  Questions? Email

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WYC Class Project 2028

What is it?
Class Project 2028 is a program of the Wilton Youth Council, a non-profit organization that represents the parents, caregivers, and students of Wilton's Class of 2028. The tradition of Class Projects started with the families of the Class of 1988 with the goals of building community for parents and students, creating drug- and alcohol-free events for students, and deepening community connections through outreach. Each Class Project is a years-long program which provides networking opportunities for parents and safe, social events for students, culminating in a community-wide celebration, Post Graduation Party (PGP), for our 2028 graduates. The project, all events, and the PGP are open to all students and their families living in Wilton and graduating in 2028, regardless of which school they attend.

Wilton SEPTA

Wilton Youth Services tends to the social, emotional, and behavioural needs of Wilton’s young people.  It provides information on all things child-related, referrals, consultation with parents and professionals, case management, problem assessment, and counseling services.

The Hub is the state-designated Regional Behavioral Health Action Organization (RBHAO) serving Southwest Connecticut. It’s a regional resource supporting and coordinating mental health, suicide awareness, substance use prevention and problem gambling efforts in the 14 communities from Greenwich through Greater Bridgeport. It supports local prevention councils to prevent substance use and promote mental health, and brings consumers and providers together to identify needs and recommendations in treatment and recovery systems.

Turning Point CT was developed by young people in Connecticut who are in recovery from mental health and substance use issues. While we’re not clinicians, we know what it’s like to feel alone, stressed, worried, sad, and angry. We’ve lived through the ups and downs of self-harm, drugs and alcohol, and the struggle to find help. Fortunately, we found what worked for us. Our goal is to provide information and support to help you choose your path so that you don’t have to struggle the way we did. Our mission is to empower teens and young adults in their search for emotional and mental health. Our website will help you understand your options and learn how to navigate the behavioral health system:

Wilton Youth Services 


The Wilton SEPTA’s mission is to build compassionate, trusting, and collaborative relationships with all members of our schools and community. We strive to ensure that the diversity of all children receiving Special Education and related services will be supported, celebrated and socially embraced. Collectively, we will work to increase access to resources; empowering every child with the opportunity and inspiration to thrive. Please visit our website or get in touch via email to find out how to get involved. Email

Wilton Pride

What is it?

Wilton Pride is a nonprofit organization that brings together LGBTQ+ community and allies. Find more on Facebook:

Wilton Pride Offers Resources to Support LGBTQIA+ Students for Start of School Year

The following article was created from a press release provided by Wilton Pride.

With the new school year beginning in Wilton on Monday, Aug. 28, Wilton Pride has shared information for students who identify as LGBTQIA+ as well as for the wider community. The organization has issued a press release with links to a “Back to School with GLSEN Student Guide” created by GLSEN (formerly the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network) that focuses on LGBTQIA+ inclusion and awareness in K-12 schools.

Leaders of Wilton Pride said the effort is part of a commitment to creating an inclusive and supportive community in Wilton for those students....


Special Education Network of Wilton, Ltd., is a not-for-profit organized exclusively for educational purposes, more specifically, to educate the public about special needs, special education and disability-related issues. It serves as an advocacy and supportive network for CT families of children with special needs, especially families of children with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) and Section 504 Plans under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

Your Academics is committed to ensuring that all students have the ability to access help when they need it most. We provide free tutoring for students in grades 3-12 encompassing a wide array of subjects including math, science, and history, to name a few. Additionally, during the summer months, camps are offered to allow students to continue learning in the summer.

Wilton Education Foundation

WEF is committed to supporting a strong connection between our schools and our community. WEF's support and partnership are important to the growth and continued success of some important programs at Middlebrook and across our schools. Programs such as the Career Fair and Science Fair, and community events like the Get Smart for Wilton 5K are ways that we can come together to support our students.

Your Academics

Here are a few articles and links we have collected to kick off the year. Please let us know what topics you are interested in and we will work to collect resources, plan events or guest speakers at PTA meetings, and work with our partners in the community to support you. Please email with your ideas or if you would like to partner with us.


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let's get digital

As we return to school, it is a good opportunity to review our digital citizenship and footprint in our community. 

These articles are good resources for introducing or discussing use of digital devices (The Smart Talk , Quick Guide) and for framing positive and intentional use of social media (Top 10). 

Last year, Middlebrook PTA sponsored a Wilton Youth Council webinar and book discussion on Diana Graber's, "Raising Humans in a Digital World: Helping Kids Build a Healthy Relationship with Technology". Here is a link to some of the resources. You can also find more resources and a link to find the book at


More Information on Digital Safety and Well Being - >.




Wilton Public Schools has adopted the Portrait of a Graduate. 

Our Mission: Wilton Public Schools inspire and prepare all students to contribute meaningfully to a globally interdependent society.

Our Vision:  Guided by expert instruction and a rigorous, learner-centered curriculum, our students actively pursue their goals and aspirations and grow to be productive and resourceful members of the community.

The six attributes of the Portrait of a Graduate are detailed below and have their own webpage:

Learn More >

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