We believe that students
should be empowered & accountable
for their own learning
engagement for highly
Parents are invited & expected
to be actively involved in
their children's education
form the basis for learning
to BE creative, intuitive,
and analytical thinkers
PURSUE your passion
Welcome to MOT Charter School
MOT Charter School serves students in grades K-12, on two campuses in Middletown, Delaware. Our team provides an intellectually rigorous academic program in a warm and nurturing environment where children learn and flourish. Valuing the experience of the whole child, MOT Charter strives to model the responsibilities which come from being part of an interdependent, yet diverse community; where open and honest communication helps build compassion, understanding, collaboration, integrity and leadership.
MOT Charter’s Tri-M Honor Society is holding a Food Drive!
Where: MOT Charter High School
When: Tuesday, December 1o, 2019 – January 6, 2020
What: Non-perishable food and household items.
Suggested Items include:
Grocery store gift cards/financial donations (to be used to purchase meats, fresh produce)
Apple pie filling
Applesauce (quart jars & individual cups)
Baggies – quart and gallon Ziploc baggies
Canned white meat chicken breast and tuna
Chicken or turkey stuffing mix, boxed
Corn Bread Mix
Gravy: jars of turkey, chicken, and beef gravy, packets of beef gravy mix
French’s Fried Onions
Instant ice tea (sweetened) and lemonade mix
Ketchup & Mustard
Macaroni & Cheese, boxed
Mashed Potatoes (Idahoan brand)
Mayonnaise (Hellmans and Miracle Whip)
Pancake Mix (large bags, Krusteaz)
Paper Products: towels and dinner napkins
Pasta – spaghetti, elbow macaroni, wide egg noodles
Pickle relish, sweet
Pie crust mix – boxed (not fresh/frozen)
Potato chips, individual bags
Pumpkin pie filling
Ramen soup packets – chicken
Salad Dressings: Ranch, Caesar, and Italian
Soups: cream of potato, cream of chicken, tomato, chicken noodle, cream of mushroom
Stock: chicken, beef, vegetable
Trash bags – 4 gallon size, tall kitchen trash bags, 39 gallon
garbage/lawn & leaf bags (Hefty)
Varieties of canned vegetables
Yams/sweet potatoes, canned
Featuring student performances from the instrumental music, vocal music, and dance programs. An array of work for our visual and digital arts students will also be displayed. No tickets are needed, but guests are asked to bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the food drive sponsored by Tri-M. Concessions and gifts will be available for sale before the show and during intermission.
Go through your closets and start getting creative – we’re having a little fun before winter break with an Ugly Sweater Day on December 20th. Each grade level can win a prize and the all-important bragging rights among your friends by taking the “Best in Class Sweater Award” – the categories this year are: Ugliest, Cutest, Funniest, and the Sweater with the Best School Spirit. All votes count – prize winners determined by Student Vote!
Cost to Participate is $2.00 – all proceeds will help fund student activities.
Teachers are welcomed to join in on the fun – student will be voting on Ugliest Staff Sweater.