What are the schools in Mifflinburg PA?
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Why choose mitmifflinburg area schools?
Mifflinburg Area Schools are a community dedicated to an inspiring educational program that enables all students, as lifelong learners, to reach their potential, demonstrating citizenship in a global society.
Who can get an account at Mifflinburg?
Before getting started, consider the following comments. All legal guardians and natural parents of Mifflinburg students with correspondence rights qualify for an account. Household papers were sent home on the first day of school to verify all such individuals.
Guest Teacher Program
Substitute teacher training is available via one-day virtual sessions provided by the Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit . See more information provided.
Grandparent Caregiver Support Program
Information on available programs for grandparents supporting their grandchildren.
Who can inspect a student's file?
Only school personnel may inspect a student’s file. Consent from the parent or student over 18 is necessary before information is released outside the school system. Some information, such as student’s course of study, school activities and photo, is designated consent.
What is middle school?
MIDDLE SCHOOL. Core subjects include a balanced literacy program and a standards-based math program to develop basic reading, writing and math skills. Practical arts classes are offered in art, music, family and consumer science and technology education. The middle school also is pleased to offer:
Is Mifflinburg Area School District open?
Mifflinburg Area School District’s programs are open and available to all students. The district does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national and ethnic origin, disability or political affiliation in administering its educational policies and programs.