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    Muscatine Community School Disctrict (MCSD)
    Muscatine Community School Disctrict (MCSD)
    Muscatine Community School District offers public education from three year old preschool through high school. The district prides itself on making all of its students success stories.

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    MACARONI & CHEESE OR 

    CHICKEN FILLET SANDWICH

    TATER GEMS, Assorted Vegetables & Fruits 

    Picture retake day will be September 24th and 25th.

    Students the lost and found is in the office and is growing! Stop by if you are missing something.

    Virtual early out schedule 

    Hybrid early out schedule

    Students do you consider yourself to be creative, a go-getter, technology savvy, great at organization, helpful, or a good listener?  Do you wish you could have a say in planning fun school events?  If you said yes to any, or all, of those questions please consider joining the Susan Clark Junior High Student Council.  To apply, stop by the main office to grab a handbook and application form.  Applications need to be submitted by Wednesday, September 16 to the main office.  If you have any questions stop by room 14 or email Katie Castillo.

    Practices for volleyball, football, and cross country start September 8. Please read the following for more information. Athletics

    Students if you do not have your lunch ID card, please just give the cafeteria your name and they will look it up for you. You do not have to have your card to eat.

    Activity passes are available in the office they are $40.00 a check or cash can be sent to school with your student.  Credit cards cannot be used over the phone you can however purchase through your Powerschool payment account.  One important difference though is that JH and Elementary students can not come to HS games unless they are with a parent.
    If any student is interested in being a part of the yearbook to email Mrs. Mrosko at [email protected] or to stop by her room (#6) to sign up
    Yearbooks are now on sale, they are $16.00 check or money can be sent to the office.  Credit cards cannot be accepted over the phone but you are welcome to come to the office to make a purchase or use your Powerschool.

    If your student needs a book to read click the link for more information BookDash

    Student Fees: General Student Fee Structure Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Fees can be paid online via
    PowerSchool>InTouch Receipting or by paying in-person at the SCJH office

    A/B Hybrid Calendar

    A/B Bell Schedule

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