Welcome to Mifflin County School District




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  • On Monday, November 9, a Jostens representative will be meeting with 12th grade students during first period to discuss graduation supplies including caps and gowns.  He will also meet with 10th grade students during 6th period to discuss ordering class rings. The order days will be on Thursday, November 19 and Friday, November 20.


    Check out our new Health & Wellness Website

    Bucket List Info

    New Health Groups

    Best Apps to Stay Healthy

    and Much More!!!

    Click here for the website


    Providing career information for local youth
    Job Shadowing
    College and Career Fairs

    Click here visit site and view more information
  • 2016-2017 Kindergarten Registration

    **Attention to all parents if your child hasn’t registered for 2016-2017 please contact your school

  • Don’t miss the chance to attend all four sessions!


    Act 71 was signed into law in Pennsylvania on June 26, 2014. This law requires school entities to adopt a youth suicide awareness and prevention policy; as well as provide ongoing professional development in youth suicide awareness and prevention for professional educators in buildings serving students grades 6-12. Additionally, it permits school entities to incorporate curriculum on this topic into their instructional programs pursuant to their youth suicide awareness and prevention polices.

    **More information regarding suicide prevention has been added under the Students/Parents link.

    Want to see your photos in the yearbook? If so, download the free app Replayit on your smart phone or visit Replayit.com. Once you have downloaded the app or visited the site do the following:

    1. Type Mifflin County High School
    2. Enter the Password: Huskies

    You will need to register your name and email the first time but once you do that you can upload pictures and videos as often as you like. So your sports photos, prom pictures, Sprit Week pics or school event photos can now be uploaded to Replay it. You will be able to access the site anytime (even after the year is over) to look at the pictures and videos and we will even use them in the yearbook.
    The site is up and running so start sending us your pictures and videos!

    In November 2014, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania enacted wide sweeping changes to the Child Protective Services Law that went into effect December 31, 2014.  As such, this has impacted the school district in a number of ways to include the requirement for volunteers to obtain clearances.  The district has required clearances for some volunteer positions but not all.  The changes to CPSL require that all volunteers who have direct interaction with children have clearances, effective July 1, 2015. In addition, those clearances must be updated every three (3) years.


    Volunteer activities include: booster organizations where volunteers are chaperoning students, any home and school activities where volunteers are interacting with children, any volunteer coaches, any volunteers for school trips, and any volunteers for classroom activities.


    The volunteer instructions to obtain clearances and the volunteer affidavit are available through links under the Students/Parents area.

    Volunteer Instructions for Clearances

    Volunteer Affidavit in lieu of FBI Clearance

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