For the month of November, the district will focus on effective collaborators. Here's our first example of this in action...Members of the Greenville Fire Department stopped by South Middle this morning for a safety walk-through. While visiting, they took a few minutes to shoot some hoops with students.
4 months ago, Carla Embry
Greenville Fire Dept at MSMS
Greenville Fire Dept at MSMS
Greenville Fire Dept at MSMS
Greenville Fire Dept at MSMS
The Career and Technical Education Department at MCHS hosted a fall advisory meeting last Wednesday. Engaged citizens throughout the county were invited to meet and hear from teachers in the following areas: Agriculture, Family and Consumer Sciences, Automotive, Electrical Assistant, Industrial Maintenance, Engineering, Health Sciences, Business, and Game Design and Development. One of the goals of this meeting is to help the CTE Department develop and expand current pathways as they relate to the variety of careers within our community. While the advisory meeting was taking place, Senior David Diese performed throughout student lunches in Mustang Café. Diese has self-taught himself to play the keyboard and shared that talent with the school.
4 months ago, Carla Embry
CTE Advisory Meeting
CTE Advisory Meeting
CTE Advisory Meeting
CTE Advisory Meeting
CTE Advisory Meeting
CTE Advisory Meeting
CTE Advisory Meeting
Senior Performing
Senior Performing
Juniors and seniors from Mr. Blake Perkins' Psychology class at MCHS were asked to create a children's book that focused on primary age students and their abilities to handle emotions and social settings. As a class, they felt social and emotional learning was a vital part of a child's development and, therefore, focused their books on teaching important skills to handle emotions and social situations at school. Some of those high school students visited Longest Elementary and Bremen Elementary today to read those books to second graders. Check out these engaged citizens as they are actively learning in class.
4 months ago, Carla Embry
image of book reading
image of book reading
image of book reading
image of book reading
image of book reading
image of book reading
image of book reading
image of book reading
image of book reading
Psychology Class
Mrs. Mefford's Culinary Class at MCHS visited Muhlenberg South Elementary's first graders today. High school students helped first graders create spooky snacks and shared a few stories with them. Check out these engaged citizens...
4 months ago, Carla Embry
Culinary Class at MSES
Culinary Class at MSES
Culinary Class at MSES
Culinary Class at MSES
Culinary Class at MSES
Culinary Class at MSES
Culinary Class at MSES
Culinary Class at MSES
Culinary Class at MSES
The Board of Education recognized 17 outstanding teachers who achieved a rank change through the completion of the GRREC ED Rank Change Program at the October board meeting. The rank change program began in January 2021. Each of these teachers selected a content focus area for their 2-year professional growth journey and engaged in deep professional learning and action research in their current role. They presented a Capstone project that included a Problem of Practice, research, implementation, and impact data to earn their rank change. Congratulations to each of these teachers!
4 months ago, Carla Embry
Elementary Teachers
Elementary Teachers
Elementary Teachers
Middle School Teachers
High School Teachers
Here is October's Gifted and Talented Newsletter...
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GT Newsletter Image
It's School Bus Safety Week! 🚌 Families, please take a moment to go over these important tips regarding bus safety with your children...
5 months ago, Carla Embry
Bus Safety Tips
The Muhlenberg County High School Agriculture Department offered a Wildlife Resources class aimed at providing hunter education certification, which is legally required for hunting in Kentucky and other states. IHEA Hunter Education Instructors, Kentucky State Police, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, and shooting sports coaches covered a range of topics, including equipment knowledge, shooting skills, hunting techniques, safety, ethics, and wildlife conservation to ensure students complete firearm range certification.
5 months ago, Carla Embry
Hunter Ed Class
All Muhlenberg County Schools will be closed October 9-13 for Fall Break.
5 months ago, Carla Embry
Fall Break
Native of Muhlenberg County, Colonel Curtis W. King, visited Muhlenberg County High School on September 29, 2023 to speak to students about leadership, good citizenship, and pursuing life dreams and professional goals. Colonel Curtis W. King is the 45th Commandant of the U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery School, Chief of Air Defense Artillery, and Deputy Commanding General of the Fires Center of Excellence and Fort Sill, Oklahoma. COL King has been nominated by the President for the rank of General and will soon be promoted. Following his information briefing with students, COL King received a capability briefing from the JROTC Mustang Battalion Command Team and Primary Staff. Upon completion of the capability brief, COL King participated in a High Intensity Workout (HIT) with cadets that consisted of a 50-yard slalom with an 80-pound sled drag, a 10-pound medicine ball over head throws with core truck throws for 50 yards and a Log Physical Fitness that consisted of overhead presses, curl ups, standing crunch and three 50-yard sprints. COL Curtis King graduated from Muhlenberg North High School in 1992 and graduated from the United States Military Academy in West Point with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army in 1996. He also holds a Master of Science in Strategic Military Studies from the United States War College. COL King is married to the former Kimberly Wilcox, and they have three children.
5 months ago, Carla Embry
Colonel King Visits MCHS
Colonel King Visits MCHS
Colonel King Visits MCHS
Longest Elementary hosted a Celebration of Learning yesterday afternoon for all students and their families. Students shared in their classrooms all the wonderful things they have been learning over the past nine weeks. For more photos of the event including the Kindergarten Letter Fashion Show at the close of the evening, visit Longest Elementary's Facebook page.
5 months ago, Carla Embry
LES Celebration of Learning
LES Celebration of Learning
LES Celebration of Learning
LES Celebration of Learning
LES Celebration of Learning
LES Celebration of Learning
LES Celebration of Learning
LES Celebration of Learning
LES Celebration of Learning
It's October and our Judge Executive Mack McGehee has signed a proclamation inviting all citizens to duly note that it is "Muhlenberg Goes to College Month." Through the assistance of Muhlenberg Achieves, our high school seniors will be encouraged to submit at least one application to a college or institution of higher learning this month. "An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." ~ Benjamin Franklin
5 months ago, Carla Embry
Judge Executive
Judge Executive
Judge Executive
From bouncy houses and painted faces to pumpkin decorating contests and color-sprayed hair, three of our elementary schools are hosting fall festivals today. Bremen Elementary, Greenville Elementary, and Muhlenberg South Elementary have lots of smiling faces as our students enjoy having fun! Thank you to all of our staff, families, and volunteers who have helped to make this an exciting day. The community is invited to attend any of these this evening.
5 months ago, Carla Embry
Fall Festival-GES
Fall Festival-GES
Fall Festival-MSES
Fall Festival-MSES
Fall Festival-MSES
Fall Festival-MSES
Fall Festival-MSES
Fall Festival-BES
Fall Festival-BES
Fall Festival-BES
Students across the district participated in the national "See You at the Pole" day this morning before school. Several students at Longest Elementary met and Deputy Kerry Vincent shared a few thoughts.
5 months ago, Carla Embry
See You at the Pole
See You at the Pole
See You at the Pole
See You at the Pole
All 3rd graders at Longest Elementary just finished reading "The Lemonade War" novel by Jacqueline Davies. As a Project Based Learning activity, students created business plans on how to set up a lemonade stand. From calculating prices and collecting donations to advertising and creating work shifts to sell the lemonade, students collaborated together and competed by class for the most money raised. Each class sold lemonade during recess and will be donating the proceeds to the Humane Society. Another great example of our Profile of a Learner work in action. Way to go, students! Thank you to all who contributed to this activity.
5 months ago, Carla Embry
Lemonade Wars LES
Lemonade Wars LES
Lemonade Wars
Lemonade Wars LES
Lemonade Wars LES
Lemonade Wars LES
Lemonade Wars LES
Lemonade Wars LES
Lemonade Wars LES
Lemonade Wars LES
Muhlenberg County High School senior, Paxton Evitts, signed his letter of intent with Indiana University Southeast to continue his tennis career next fall. Coach Clif Winchell attended the signing and is looking forward to working with Evitts at the college level. Congratulations, Paxton Evitts!
5 months ago, Carla Embry
Evitts Signs
Evitts Signs
Evitts Signs
Evitts Signs
Evitts Signs
Evitts Signs
Throughout this work day, various groups of employees are meeting to collaborate together across the school district. All special education teachers, counselors, and related service providers are receiving special education update training from WKEC staff at Martin Hall.
5 months ago, Carla Embry
SPED Teachers
SPED Teachers
New teacher training was held yesterday afternoon at the Board of Education. These teachers meet once a month to discuss and learn all about being the best versions of themselves as teachers in the Muhlenberg County School District.
5 months ago, Carla Embry
New teachers
Are you or someone you know looking for a part-time job? Muhlenberg County Schools currently has substitute positions open. Check out this flyer and visit the following link to apply: https://muhlenberg.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx.
5 months ago, Carla Embry
Subs Needed Flyer
Muhlenberg County Schools will not be in session Friday, September 22, 2023. As indicated on the district calendar, this will be a Work Day for all staff. Students, enjoy a long weekend!
5 months ago, Carla Embry
No School September 22, 2023