Muscatine Community School District
Muscatine Community School District
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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** Daily News & Information ** Home of the Muskies!

Happy Memorial Day Weekend!


Visit the MHS Official Activities Site to see what’s happening for Schedules, Rosters, Directions, Etc.!

Announcements in Green – New
Announcements in Blue – Previous Day
Announcements in Black – 2 or more days old (per request)

Food Distribution List: Food Distribution List
Community Services: Community Services Information

𝗙𝗥𝗘𝗘 𝗪𝗜-𝗙𝗜 𝗛𝗢𝗧 𝗦𝗣𝗢𝗧𝗦 𝗡𝗢𝗪 𝗔𝗩𝗔𝗜𝗟𝗔𝗕𝗟𝗘! Access to these temporary hot spots during COVID-19 can be found in the parking lots of Jefferson and Franklin Schools and in the student housing section of MCC. You’ll want to be in direct line of sight as much as possible with the radio/transmitter for best results. Please remember to use current social distancing guidelines to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Our thanks to Muscatine Community School District and Muscatine Community College for this partnership!

Transcripts: If you need a transcript, please fill out the Transcript Request Form (or include all the information requested on the form) and email [email protected]

** Employment Opportunities **

  • Geneva Golf & Country Club is currently hiring lifeguards. If you are interested, please call 263-8942 for more information. 
  • Summer Employment Opportunity – Corn Detasseling: Must be at least 14 years old by June 16, 2020.  If you are interested in working this summer, please click here and fill out the form.  Additional information will then be sent to the email address you have provided.

** Daily News & Information **

  • Play ball! Softball and Baseball practices may begin June 1. Look for communications from  your softball/baseball coaches!
  • Students in Grades 9-12, who have a school band or orchestra instrument at home:
    The MHS Band and Orchestra staff will be at MHS on May 26th to take in returns for school instruments that were issued for the 2019-2020 school year. That return will be next week.
    Please read all of the points below to see how this is being done:

    • Returns for instruments will happen on Tuesday, May 26th from 1pm-5pm.
    • Returns will only be accepted at the band room doors (south end of the building next to the cedar street parking lot).
    • Do NOT try to enter the building from any other entrance or drop of the instrument anywhere else other than the band room.
    • Pull up on the road next to the band room and one of our directors will help you get your instrument checked in.
    • The band and orchestra directors will be seated either outside the band doors or just inside the doors. If you’d like to bring your instrument up the side walk for them, that is fine, but do NOT go into the building.
    • The band and orchestra directors will take precautions to protect themselves and you from the spread of COVID-19. Please understand we have a responsibility to keep the building clean and safe, and what we’re asking you to do here is to keep the school building safe for staff.
    • If you would like to keep your band or orchestra instrument over the summer, you must email your director ASAP. They will get you the information you need to that end.
    • Seniors MUST turn in their instruments. Any instruments not accounted for will be charged to the family for the full price for the replacement of the instrument.
    • UNIFORMS must also be turned in at this time. If you took your uniform home (in particular Orchestra students signed up for the Europe trip), you must return your uniform for summer cleaning. Families that do not return their uniform will be charged the full price for the summer cleaning fee.Thank you for your prompt attention to this. We have to get instruments in for repairs over the coming week, and want to make sure all of our gear is in fantastic shape for the 20-21 school year.
      Please make sure that, even if you are busy, that someone in your household is making sure this is taken care of in the timeframe provided. Staff are being asked to minimize time spent in the building, so getting an alternate time to get this done is likely not an option.
      Let us know if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing many of you on Tuesday.
      Jon Thoma – Orchestra Director, MHS
  • Current 9th, 10th, & 11th Grade Students: Calling all Key Clubbers!   Key Club Flyer
    Key Club is a high school service organization. Everyone is welcome to join our club and many find it a welcoming environment where you can meet new friends and ways to participate at Muscatine High School. The MHS Key Club members participate in service to our school and community in many ways – we host blood drives, the high schools talent show,  participate in the United Way Day of Caring, volunteer with and raise money for local and national organizations. Students learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions. Last year, our club completed over 700 hours of community service and won an achievement award from our District!
    We are always looking for new members for this upcoming school year! If you are interested in learning more about Key Club, stay connected with us! We are planning a few summer/fall social events and volunteer opportunities (depending on when school administrators approve athletic/activities gatherings) and we’d love for you to join us!Stay connected with us:
    Instagram: @muskiekeyclub
    Twitter: @muskiekeyclub
    Remind: text @kclubmhs to 81010
    Or email Mrs. Keltner ([email protected]) or Mrs. Rauenbuehler ([email protected]) with questions or to be added to our email list!
  • Last day to submit homework to teachers!  All work needs to be emailed to teachers by 3:30pm TODAY!  Papers will be graded and entered into PowerSchool after 3:30pm today.  (This does not apply for ALC students.)
  • TODAY! 2nd Semester Grading Reminder: Please review the Grading communication (previously communicated on April 28) as the grading deadline is quickly approaching – May 22nd!  If you are happy with grades posted on PowerSchool, you do not need to do anything!
  • TONIGHT! Mark Your Calendar for May 22nd for the 11th Annual VIRTUAL Giles Joslyn Memorial Stringfest hosted by Muscatine School Orchestras.
    We are excited to present our 11th Annual Giles Joslyn Memorial Stringfest! This year, the format will be VERY different, with our performance being entirely online, but the spirit of Stringfest remains the same. Students and performers are hard at work preparing for this event.
    Our performance will be broadcast right here on Facebook Live on Friday, May 22nd. Our concert will feature student performers from 4th grade to 12th, as well as professional musicians around the community and around the country!
    There is no admission, but with one of the main missions of Stringfest being to raise funds for our students who need it most, we will be doing an online fundraising push that weekend. That fundraiser will kick-off at the beginning of Stringfest at 7pm on the 22nd, and conclude 48 hours later at 7pm on the 24th. We will have Venmo set up for people to donate that are willing and able. With this being the 11th Annual performance, we have a goal to raise $1,100! That Venmo information will be posted for everyone to donate on the 22nd. So please, mark your calendars and join us from the comfort of your own homes on the 22nd! We are so happy to be a part of this wonderful, supportive community, and look forward to performing for you all!
  • 2020 Scholarship Local Scholarship Winner Video link: 2020 MHS Local Scholarship Awards Video
    Congratulations to all!
  • Seniors: If you were not able to pick up your Grad Sign on May 18th, you/family member can pick it up on May 27th during Senior Pick-up/Drop-off Day.  A schedule for student times is being developed and will be communicated to parents by School Messenger and to students by school email by May 24th.
  • Yearbooks: Unfortunately yearbooks will not be available for seniors to pick up on May 27th.
    Jostens will be scheduling their own yearbook pick up event at MHS. At this time we do not know the date or if this is for all those that purchased yearbooks or just seniors.  More info will be communicated when we receive updated info from Jostens.
  • Senior Obligations: Senior Obligation List by Student ID # Please review the senior obligations list and see if your Student ID is listed. If you do not remember your student id number, log into PowerSchool and it will be listed there.  If your student id is listed, the fee listed is the total amount owed. If you would like detailed fee information, please email [email protected]. You can pay online anytime at or on May 27th when you turn in items and pick up your cap & gown, etc.    InTouch Receipting Payment Instructions 
    Debit/Credit Cards are the desired form of payment on May 27th for school fees. Please bring all items that you need to return on May 27 which may include (laptop/charger/bag, textbooks, library books, calculators, remaining orchestra uniforms/band & orchestra equipment, etc.)

    Note: Due to COVID-19 and the unavailability of turning in textbooks and library books, these may not be included in your senior obligations. If you have a school-issued textbook or library book and you do NOT return these on May 27th, you will receive a a bill for these outstanding obligations.
  • Seniors: Cap & Gowns – If you did not purchase a cap/gown/tassel, you may do so by bringing
    $50 cash or money order made out to Jostens on May 27th.  If you ordered a cap & gown but have not paid yet, you can pay online at or by calling 800-JOSTENS (567-8367).
  • 2020 Graduation will be on July 2nd at 7PM at the MHS Stadium. If inclement weather, graduation will be held in the MHS Auditorium student by student. More info will be communicated as the date gets closer, but July 2nd is the date you will graduate from Muscatine High School! 4 tokens will be given to each senior at the May 27th Senior Pick-up/Drop-off Day which they will sign for.
  • MHS Graduation Plan Communication: MHS Graduation Plan
  • Students: If you moved since March 12, 2020, please email [email protected] with your updated address.  We are receiving many returned letters/communications that have been mailed. We want to make sure your family is receiving these important communications!
  • FFA Members: If you are planning to show livestock and haven’t talked to an Ag teacher on sign up contact Mr. Paul ASAP at [email protected]
  • 2020 Muscatine County Fair Queen Competition: If you are a young lady between the ages of 16-21 and are interested in participating and representing the Muscatine County Fair this year, please complete and submit the attached application.
    2020 Muscatine County Fair Queen Registration Form
  • Parents: If you have not received or updated your student’s 2020-21 MHS Student Registration information, you will be receiving a phone call to update the information. Two attempts were made via email address that is on file. Contact information that is on file will be verified as well as emergency contact and medical info.  (Online registration for 2020-21fore returning students is discontinued so this is the process we are using to update each student’s information. Thank you to everyone that already responded!
  • The 2020-2021 Muskie Dance Team (Pom Squad) is looking for new members!! Auditions will be done virtually, with all materials online. All students who wish to audition need to start here  An email link with audition material will be emailed out to you along with the process.  Please email: [email protected] with any questions.
  • Yearbook Status: We are looking at options for yearbook pickup. Yearbooks have NOT been delivered to MHS yet and aren’t scheduled to until the end of May. Contact will be made to those that purchased when the distribution plan and date(s) are available. 
  • Students taking concurrent classes at MCC: MCC classes are still in session and you will need to complete work according to the college’s guidelines. If you are taking a concurrent class, please contact your instructor for details and options, as they are somewhat different than the high school’s grading process.
  • Now is the time to submit Silver Cord forms! If you’ve completed volunteer work but haven’t submitted your Silver Cord form, complete the form and submit to your grade level counselor.   Silver Cord Form link
    MHS Counselors: 
    9th Grade: Brandon Welsch [email protected]
    10th Grade: Scott Mauck [email protected]
    11th Grade: Jacob Mueller [email protected]
    12th Grade: Karey Hawkins [email protected]
    Career: Maureen Beran [email protected]
    At-Risk: Troy Kulland [email protected]
  • Driver Ed information can be obtained from the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency (MBAEA) website –
    Summer Session dates are:

    June 8 to 27
    June 29 to July 18
    July 20 to August 8
    FYI – classes do have maximum capacity, so please contact our office at [email protected] as soon as possible.
    2020-21 Driver’s Ed sessions will be open for registration on July 1st online.  Driver Ed information can be obtained from the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency (MBAEA) website –
  • ACT ACADEMY: A great way to keep up with academic skills and to prepare for the ACT during this time at home is through ACT Academy. (11th grade students received their ACT scores from their February test, and may be planning to retake it in the summer or fall.)Check out the resources on, where you can focus on certain subjects/skills according to your most recent scores, if you have already taken the ACT test. If you are thinking of taking your first ACT test, take advantage of getting a head start and utilize this FREE resource! If you do not have an account, view this tutorial for instructions. (Student were also emailed a pdf of the tutorial.)This is a completely free resource that can be accessed at home! If you have questions, email Mrs. Mueller at [email protected]Note: Students typically take the ACT test a couple of times to improve their score for college entrance and also for scholarship opportunities!!   MHS 11th grade students have had the benefit of their first ACT test being paid for by MCSD with the test administered by MHS staff during a school day.  Additional ACT tests are paid for by the student.
  • Seniors: For a list of scholarships available at this time, please click on the ‘Scholarships’ link below.  Scholarships are listed by the month of their due date.  Scholarships (You can also search the internet for other scholarships available!)
  • Parents and Guardians: Our school utilizes the School Messenger system to deliver text messages, straight to your mobile phone with important information about events, school closings, safety alerts and more.*  You can participate in this free service* just by sending a text message of “Y” or “Yes” to our school’s short code number, 67587.  See flyer for more information.   SMS Text Opt-In Flyer.pdf
  • Driver Ed information can be obtained from the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency (MBAEA) website –

** Silver Cord Opportunities/Volunteer Opportunities **

  • Silver Cord Form- Google Form: The Silver Cord Form is now a google form that you submit online.  Silver Cord Form link

** Sports Information **

** Fundraisers **

** Scholarships **

  • For a list of scholarships available at this time, please click on the ‘Scholarships’ link below.  Scholarships are listed by the month of their due date.  Scholarships

** Keep informed on what is going on at MHS! **

Activities/Athletics: RSchool Today
Announcements: MHS News
Facebook: MHS Facebook Page
Twitter: @Muscatine HS

Instagram: @Muscatine HS
Snapchat: Muscatine HS
Student Handbook: MCSD Student Handbk
Curriculum Guide: 2020-21 Curriculum Guide


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