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This week's Muhlenberg County Schools' highlight comes from Muhlenberg County High School...

The culture blueprint value of "Power of the Herd" and the behaviors of "showing up" and "doing great things for other" are being demonstrated daily in the high school. "First, I’d personally like to thank all of the students, staculty, parents, and community members for their support of Muhlenberg County High School. I am truly blessed and honored to serve in my home community, and the amount of support we received last year was amazing," stated Principal Carver.  "From our rebranding and culture blueprint efforts, to increased student attendance and ACT scores, the momentum continues into the 2023-24 school year."

An area of focus this year for the high school is to increase community involvement by sending our awesome students outside our walls and by being more welcoming than ever to our community partners and stakeholders. For example, on Football Fridays, some of the Mustang players have been visiting our elementary schools so they can interact with and mentor some of our future Mustangs. 

The high school's science teachers invited officers from Kentucky State Police Detective Post 2 to speak to forensic science students. They reviewed the steps of crime scene investigations and procedures for pulling fingerprints as evidence.  Agriculture and JROTC instructors regularly have guest speakers to share their knowledge and experiences with students as well.

Student Council campaigns and elections have also been finalized, and Principal Carver is looking forward to leading with the following student representatives:  Corey Crick, Caleb Coin, Willow Strader, Hailey Pendley, Kylie Croger, Michael Schindler, Kennedy Shelton-Clark, Addyson Walker, Isaiah Ball, Carter Casebier, Madison Liggons, Regin Stovall, Lilly Darr, Katherine Kidd, LaShay Davis, Miles Bivin, Isaac Coats, Wilson Walker, Payton Armstrong, Logan Latham, and Caden Nantz.

In summarizing the first few weeks of school, Principal Carver shared, "Our students, staculty, parents, and community are owning their respective roles and embracing the hard-work, stronger-together, growth-mindset, and blue-collar approach to building a stronger school and stronger Muhlenberg County. We sincerely thank you for all your support!"  Who are we?  MC...Do the Work!