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The Indiana Writing Project at Ball State University is already registering MCS students for this summer's Creative Writing Camp, which runs June 17-28. It's open to students in grades 2-11. Sessions are three hours, from 9 am to noon. Register here:


Chuck Reynolds from Muncie Community Schools talks about changes coming to the Fieldhouse, as well as Kindergarten round-up and other important information about MCS.

A very informative video about possible careers with Muncie Community Schools!

A very informative video about possible careers with Muncie Community Schools!

Muncie Community Schools underwent a radical change in 2018 when Ball State University entered into a historic partnership with the district in an effort to ...


Several students spoke about all the great things happening at South View Elementary during last night's school board mtg. Merlin the therapy dog was a big hit, too!


We're approaching a new year... maybe you're looking for a fresh start with a new job. If you enjoy helping children learn and grow, we are looking for Instructional Assistants and Pre-K teachers, among other positions. Check 'em out and apply today:


Our food service partner, Chartwells K12, debuted its new Global Eats program this week. It highlights foods from a featured country (Mexico, Italy, India or China) and offers MCHS students dishes created by chefs and dietitians. Find out more at


Schools are dismissing 2 hours early today, which should give students plenty of time to be dressed and ready for trick-or-treating. Be safe, have fun... stay warm!


13% of teens increased their knowledge of life skills (adulting 101) over the summer. *2023 Annual Report


A huge Thank You to the Knights of Columbus - Council 560 for their donation of new coats to MCS families (shown by Vol. Program Mgr. Alison Quirk). We are so grateful!


Education is at the core of the foundation’s mission. In our Annual Report, we look at how organizations are taking strides in early childhood education, supporting public schools, and preparing our youth for a brighter future.

Explore more:


Congratulations to South View Elementary students, staff and administration. After a year-long $10.1M renovation, officials today officially cut the ribbon on its updated building.


CAST’s main goal is to help individuals with autism smoothly transition out of high school depending on their intended career path, whether through college or not, by working with parents and teachers to increase employment chances for each student. The program enables one of the first transition-...


It's Principal Appreciation Month and we're very proud of ours! Thanks for all you do!
Clockwise, starting top left corner:
Ben Williams - Northside MS
Dr. Casey Smitherman - South View Elementary
Caleb Beasley - Muncie Area Career Ctr.
Gerry Moore - Longfellow Elementary
Evan Shroyer - East Washington Academy
Mike Raters - Southside MS
Craig Standish - Youth Opportunity School
Eric Ambler - West View Elementary
Chris Walker - Muncie Central HS
Brittney Charles - Grissom Elementary
Aiesha Allen - Noth View Elementary


Camp Crosley YMCA Indiana resident summer camp and year round retreat center serving Muncie, Chicago


Congratulations to Bearcat senior Ezra Fuller for being recognized as a National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Student! Ezra finished in the top 3% across the nation in this year's National Merit program of almost 1.3 million eligible students!


Ball Brothers Foundation is a long-time member of Muncie Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, and we’re proud to have our own Susan Brumley participating in this year’s Academy for Community Leadership program. Through the program, Susan will participate in community service, learn about local non-profit organizations, their staff, and the clients they serve, while also building stronger professional connections with fellow participants.
Communities do well when their citizens ask the question, “What kind of service can I provide that will make a positive difference in the lives of others?”
We are grateful to have organizations in our community that encourage this thinking and service.


Why we teach executive functioning...


What a great way to start the week...with a donation of 300 books from Books-A-Million at Muncie Mall. Thank you! We are organizing the donation and will then distribute to students.

Check out Action for Children’s all-new video conversation series, called Pull Up A Chair. It features AFC experts, prac...

Check out Action for Children’s all-new video conversation series, called Pull Up A Chair. It features AFC experts, practical tips, and meaningful discussions on various aspects of parenting and family life.

Welcome to the very first episode of Action for Children's Pull Up A Chair series! In this episode, "Co-Parenting As A Team", we'll explore the significance ...


Whitley plans to become a social studies teacher and, like Ewing, is enjoying his first week as a Ball State freshman.

Make sure you register for the Fall 22023 Childrens Art Classes while you have the chance!

Make sure you register for the Fall 22023 Childrens Art Classes while you have the chance!

Parents and guardians of children in grades 1-6 can register now for the annual Saturday Children’s Art Classes provided by the School of Art at Ball State


🎨 Calling all artists and supporters! 🖍️ Our after-school program is in need of colored pencils to fuel creativity and imagination. We've added these essentials to our Amazon wishlist, but you can also check out the items here:

Your generous donations can make a big difference! Feel free to drop off contributions at our Madison St. site. Let's bring more color into the lives of these young minds.


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