District Headlines & Features

  • "Muhlympics 2022"

    Check out the pictures from Muhlympics 2022! Our children had a wonderful time. Thank you to all of our administrators, teachers and staff for all your hard work and dedication to our children. Thank you Pryscilla Figueroa for these wonderful pictures and memories.

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  • Summer Style 2022 Information / Registration Link

    Our Nationally Renowned Summer Program is Back!

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  • Blackboard/Connect-Ed Calls

    If you are having problems with the mass notification calls.

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  • MSD featured article on CNN News!

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  • Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

    The Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) program, which will provide free Internet to qualifying low-income households during the COVID emergency, will begin accepting enrollments on Wednesday, May 12, 2021

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  • Continuity of Education Plan

    To promote the continuation of teaching and learning despite circumstances that interrupt normal school attendance for all students. Promover la continuación de la enseñanza y el aprendizaje a pesar de las circunstancias que interrumpen la asistencia escolar normal para todos los estudiantes.

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  • Berks County Schools Public Health Emergency Decision Making Framework

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  • Safe To Say Something

    Muhlenberg School District will be utilizing a new statewide school safety program called Safe2 Say Something, run through the cooperation of the Sandy Hook Promise Organization. This program is designed to provide students, staff, and parents with 3 different options to report suspected or potentially dangerous situations anonymously to school and law enforcement officials.

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  • Comcast Internet Essentials Program

    We know that many students and their families depend on the Internet, whether at school or at home, so they can do homework, search for jobs, access financial or government services and much more. As an educator, I know that having the Internet at home is critical to ensuring that your child can stay connected to online assignments, classmates and teachers.

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