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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.

Today is a Purple Day

 

8th Grade students – The course selection process for the 2020-2021 school year at Muscatine High School will begin January 21st for students currently in 8th Grade at CMS.  Ms. Beran from Muscatine High School will conduct classroom visits on Tuesday, January 21st and Wednesday, January 22nd to provide students with course information and guidance on the course selection process.  

 

8th Grade Parent Information Night will be on January 15th from 6:30pm-7:30pm in the MHS Auditorium if you would like more information about the course selection process and Muscatine High School.

 

 

Boys basketball practice has started. Be sure you have all forms turned in to the attendance center.

 

ATTENTION

7th & 8th Grade girls interested in Track!!!

WHAT: Off season workouts with MHS track team

WHEN: Monday, Wednesday & Fridays. 

WHERE: Meet at MHS commons area by gym/cafeteria

Central Bus: 17-5

Students may ride these buses to practice, but need to find own transportation home! 

Questions?? Ask Mrs. Hyink!!! [email protected]

 

 SWIMMERS! We have Swimming Sign Up Sheets in our attendance office. Swim practice begins on Monday, January 27th @ 6:15 AM – 7:45 AM at MHS Pool; Swimmers will need to find their own ride to practice. We invite any and all students who love to splish, splash, and splat their way around a pool to join. It’s lots of fun, and great exercise. You must have a current physical, concussion form, and Insurance waiver completed to participate.  

Anyone who would like to help backstage on the musical, please sign up on the musical page of  www.muskiechoir.com this week.The drama director will be reaching out to everyone via email by the end of the week, hopefully to see if they would like to come to the first set building day on Saturday starting at 9am at Central. Please stop in the main office for the email address.

Students – a reminder that only students who are purchasing a lunch or food items are to be in the lunch line.  Students who are not eating or purchasing items may not be in the kitchen line, and should remain seated at lunch tables.

Get your last edition of Central Middle School’s yearbook ever! If you have not already purchased one, now is the time. Get your hands on the last edition of a piece of Muscatine history. They can be purchased in a few different ways. You may purchase online through www.jostensyearbooks.com for $16. They may also be purchased by cash or check or card in the main office.

Muskie Store is Open! The district has partnered with Phelps Custom Apparel to offer our staff, families, and community Muskie Apparel! This online store does not close meaning that it remains open for all of your Muskie clothing needs throughout the year.

Go to: https://stores.inksoft.com/phelpsstores_muscatine_muskies/shop/home and check it out!

Attendance: If you have any questions or if your child will not be at school for any reason, you can e-mail [email protected] or call 563-263-7223.

We are excited to encourage our middle school students to attend home basketball games, and cheer on our team!  We want to ensure that our students, as well as members of our community, and those visiting Muscatine are able to enjoy these events.

Here are some additional reminders of expectations for our middle school students:

  • Be Respectful 
  • Be Responsible
  • Stand and remove hats for the National Anthem
  • No horseplay or rough-housing in the middle school section is allowed.
  • Use appropriate language
  • Comply immediately with all stadium staff and law enforcement requests

We encourage families to take a moment to discuss these expectations with students to ensure an enjoyable time for all community members attending the game and supporting our Muskies.  Failure to abide by these expectations may result in removal from an event, and loss of privileges in attending future activities or events.

Enjoy cheering the Muskies as you support our team!

Go, Muskies!

 

Hey students! Did you know that every three minutes someone in the U.S. is diagnosed with a blood cancer? Pennies for Patients is a campaign that raises money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. This organization helps the families of patients who have this disease. Our school has accepted the challenge of helping to find a cure for blood cancer! We are joining over 25,000 schools across the nation to make a difference and raise as much money as we can in the next two weeks. Please bring in pennies starting Monday, January 13th and give it to your 1st period teacher. We are going to see which 1st period can bring in the most money. You want to put pennies in your own boxes and silver coins and dollar bills in other 1st period boxes to give them negative amounts. The winning 1st period will receive a doughnut breakfast.

Today’s lunch

Pancakes w/ sausage or cheeseburger, tri-tater,  assorted fruit, carnival cookie

 

Tomorrow’s lunch:

Chicken Filet Sandwich or Hot Dog on Bun, Little Caesars pizza, Glazed Carrots, Mandarian Oranges

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