Tonya Keller Community Center

Assistant Director of Middletown Recreation:  Mary Beth Wheeler
50 Bray Avenue
Middletown, NJ 07748
The Tonya Keller Community Center has many programs to offer.  Ranging from preschool to other youth and adult programs, there is something here for everyone.
Middletown Preschool
  1. Middletown Preschool
  2. Open Recreation Program
  3. Teen Night
  4. Community Garden

Middletown Preschool is a preschool playgroup for children, ages 18 months to Pre-Kindergarten. The age-appropriate curriculum includes: social skills, arts & crafts, stories, music, numbers, letters, shapes, colors, science, sight words, writing skills, physical education and games.

All classes run from September through June. The preschool schedule runs parallel to the Middletown Board of Education schedule.

Please be aware that the age of your child on October 1, 2018 will determine the class he/she will be registered.


Young Toddlers - Parent & Me
Mondays 9:30am - 11:30am
*This is a parent-child class for children ages 18-35 months*
$650 per School Year
10 Month Payment Schedule Offered

3 Year Olds
Tuesday - Thursday 9:30am-12:00pm
$2150 per School Year
10 Month Payment Schedule Offered

Monday - Thursday 9:00am-12:00pm
*The Pre-K is a structured program that teaches Kindergarten readiness skills*
$2750 per School Year
10 Month Payment Program Offered

All classes held at the Tonya Keller Community Center.

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