Muscatine Community School District
|Muscatine Community School District|
|Type and location|
|Motto||Ensuring Excellence in Education for Every Student|
|Superintendent||Dr. Jerald Riibe|
|Students and staff|
|Colors||Purple and Gold|
The district consists of 7 elementary (K-5) schools, 2 middle (6-8) schools, 1 high school (9-12) and one alternative program, East Campus. In 2005, Madison Elementary received the National Blue Ribbon School designation, an award which was subsequently given to McKinley Elementary in 2010 and to Washington Elementary in 2011. The district is the only in Iowa to have three blue ribbon schools in this time period.
As of October 1, 2012, 5,304 students attended schools in the Muscatine Community School District.
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