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Message from the CEO

Dr. Kwiatkowski

Dr. Lee Ann Kwiatkowski

Muncie Community Schools is a great place to receive an education, and I am honored to lead a talented, hard-working group of professionals dedicated to helping students. MCS enjoys a one-of-a-kind partnership with Ball State University that has turned our district into one of the most progressive urban districts not just in Indiana, but in the entire country with our cradle-to-career approach. The support we receive from a long list of community partners is remarkable, and we're so grateful.

Education has changed a lot over the years, and we are changing with it through culturally responsive practices that demonstrate how we value every student and family, and act as a community hub. We offer STEM, High Ability, Early College and Career Technical Education programs that prepare young adults for a productive, successful life, and I'm very proud of that. Please reach out if you would like to know more or become involved. Thank you!


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    MCS “Teachers of the Year” recognized

    Muncie Community Schools has named the 2022-23 Teachers of the Year at each of its schools. All award recipients were presented with commemorative plaques by their building principals and now become eligible for the overall district Teacher of the Year award, which will be presented at the start of the 2023-24 school year.

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