Muskegon Public Schools 2019-2020 Calendar

September 3, 2019

Important Bond Proposal Community Meetings Scheduled - Please register by clicking on this link so that we can plan accordingly

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Mission Statement

Provide a safe functional environment where students learn to effectively communicate, problem solve, and critically think.

Vision Statement

Prepare all students socially and academically for life beyond high school by providing a safe, functional and positive environment where students can think critically, communicate effectively, as they take responsibility for themselves, their community, and their world.

Belief Statements

  • We believe that all students can learn.
  • We believe in the relationship between success and self-esteem.
  • We believe our students must acquire the attitudes, essential skills, and technical skills necessary for employment.
  • We believe that cooperation among school, parents, and community enhances learning.


Daily Schedule
Monday – Friday

7:45 a.m.- 2:50 p.m.


Late Start Tuesdays

9:00 a.m. to 2:50 p.m.


Half Day

7:45 a.m. to 11:25 a.m.


Wednesday March 13, 2019 4:00 – 7:20 p.m.
Thursday March 14, 2019 3:30 – 6:30 p.m.



MHS Parent Compact

Student Code of Conduct 2018-19





Muskegon Teen Health Center Hours

Monday – Friday:
8 am – 4:30 pm
Closed daily for lunch from 12:30 pm – 1 pm

Hours of availability vary occasionally due to meetings, late start and school closings.

Make an Appointment

The Muskegon Teen Health Center is operated by Hackley Community Care which is a Federally Qualified Health Center.  Students ages 5-21 from all school districts may access the Teen Health Center.  We provide comprehensive primary medical services, behavioral services, and dental health services, including but not limited to:
Medical Services
The Teen Health Center (THC) will not ​“take over care​”​ ​routinely provided by your student’s Primary Care Physician unless the parent/guardian requests that ​the Teen Health Center becomes their child’s “medical home”.
The ​Muskegon Teen Health Center can give immunizations. Parent must submit a separate signed consent form for this service.
Dental Services
The Muskegon Teen Health Center provides complete dental care. We are also providing mobile preventative services at some of the other schools within the district. If your child needs treatment and doesn’t have a dentist, we are happy to become your child’s dental home.
Insurance and Co-pays
The Muskegon Teen Health Center has a grant to cover medical and behavioral health copays for children ages 10-21. We also ​accept all types of insurance​. If ​families don’t have insurance​, the​ Teen Health Center​ can help ​them apply and also offers a sliding fee scale program. Co-pays are billed for dental service provided at the Muskegon Teen Health Center.  A signed parental consent is required for your child to receive most services. The ​School Programs Staff can see patients without ​a parent present as long as there is a signed consent on file. ​They can see your child only once with a ​parent’s verbal permission, which can be given over the phone to a Hackley Community Care School Programs staff member​.  Please call 231.733.6680 to schedule an appointment.

Jamie Dickinson, PA-C, School Program Medical Provider
Stephanie and Terri, School Program Medical Assistants
Carmel McKentry, MA, LPC, School Program Behavioral Health Consultant
Joshua Joshua, DDS, School Program Dentist
Julie and Merodie, School Program Dental Assistants
Lindsey Hoffman, RDH, School Program Dental Hygienist
Krystal Matthews, School Program Receptionist
Kristy Carvey, School Program Assistant
Joy Evans, School Program Manager

Additional Information
Hackley Community Care School Programs consist of three different models in seven different schools, four of which are in the Muskegon Public School district. The three different models are Teen Health Centers (THCs), School Wellness Programs (SWPs) and Behavioral Health only sites. The School Programs are a model of care for underserved children and youth that increases coordination of medical and behavioral healthcare services. These sites serve as a natural anchor for kids, residents, neighborhoods, and schools.  Hackley Community Care School Programs must abide by all Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) laws for privacy and cannot tell school staff why a child has accessed their facility. Health records are not given to school staff without appropriate releases signed by a parent.


1Million Project logo

Students in the 1Million Project will receive a free wireless device (depending on availability) and up to 3GB per month of free internet connectivity during the time they are in high school. This is only available to students in grades 9-12.
If you are interested, talk to your teacher or contact the guidance office.


Muskegon High School Annual Education Report