Welcome to Muncie Central High School
A Professional Development School in Collaboration with Ball State University.
Parents and Students:
We are once again in the middle of flu season. We all know
that getting the flu means several days of aches, pains,
and nausea and in turn can affect jobs and school
attendance. The experts have put together several suggestions for
ways that you can stay healthy this winter and possibly avoid the flu viruses.
- It's never too late for a flu shot
- Wash your hands frequently, especially after blowing
your nose, coughing or sneezing into your hands
- Avoid sharing drinks or food and stay away from persons
who are ill
- Eat right and get enough sleep, avoid allowing yourself
to become run down
- If you are sick with a fever or vomiting, stay home
from work or school
Some students have loaded applications (Apps) onto their school iPads that are not permitted by the Muncie Community Schools Responsible Use Policy. Our technology department has the ability to identify these Apps through the network. As unacceptable Apps are identified, we will disable the iPads containing these Apps. If we have to disable your iPad, you will have to turn it in to for us to remove the Apps and re-enable the iPad.
You can avoid having your iPad disabled by voluntarily removing these Apps at this time. The following Apps must be removed: Puffin Free – Kik – Tango – SnapChat – Instagram – Facebook.
Beginning Tuesday, December 9th we will start disabling iPads that we identify as not complying with the Muncie Community Schools Responsible Use Policy, starting with this list but including any others we identify.
After December 9th, remaining Apps or re-downloading Apps that do not comply with school policy will be subject to disciplinary action.
This is your opportunity to clean up your iPad.
Thank you for your cooperation.
School Closings and Delays
Muncie Community Schools makes every effort to notify school families in the event of school closings or a two-hour delay to the start of the school day. If school is canceled or delayed, we will utilize Honeywell Instant Alert, our phone and email notification system, and our school website, www.muncie.k12.in.us, and our Facebook to notify families. In addition, information will be sent to our local radio stations and the Star Press. The Indianapolis television stations also will be notified.
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Muncie Central Prom Donations
The Muncie Central Junior class is looking for donations from the community to make the 2015 Muncie Central Prom the best ever for our Juniors and Seniors. If you are a community member wishing to donate goods/services for the Prom, please contact Janna Ferguson (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to donate.
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