10 Past Events at Muncie Central High School

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Mar 16, 2010


  • Muncie Action Plan: Community Choices Workshop 5:30pm to 7:30pm @ Muncie Central High School Auditorium 801 North Walnut Street

    Jo Ann M. Gora writes:

    "The next step in the Muncie Action Plan is a community choices workshop, which consists of two events. The first is a public meeting that starts at 5:30 p.m. March 16 at the Muncie Central High School auditorium. More than 1,600 ideas were proposed at the December meetings. This meeting will review those ideas, develop a framework of goals, and draft initial recommendations. The workshop will take two hours.

    "The following day, March 17, everyone is invited to participate in the second part of the workshop, an open house from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in room 114 of the Innovation Connector (1208 W. White River Blvd.). This will be an opportunity to review the progress of the Muncie Action Plan, the only community plan being developed for and by participants, and to meet with key stakeholders for their perspectives on Muncie's future. At the end of the day, the research findings and public input will be synthesized into a coherent vision that will be reported to the steering committee.

    "The Muncie Action Plan will be a strategic guide that expresses the values and aspirations of our community while creating a compelling action agenda for the future. Please plan to attend one or both of these meetings and participate in shaping our city's future. Remember that we all are Muncie!"

Apr 25, 2013


  • Whitely Community "Reality Store" 5:15pm to 12:42pm @ Muncie Central High School

    Kathie Onieal, along with the help of several other community members and an Honors class at Ball State, will be hosting a “Reality Store.” This event will give participants an opportunity to understand how the world works in regards to money, planning, choices, and priorities by moving them through a series of booths.

    Eleven booths representing such things as entertainment, child care, and medical will be set up in two separate “Reality Stores,” one for children and the other for adults. Those participating in the event will first pick a job and then be assigned their salary. Throughout the experience, they will try to budget their lives based on these careers and salaries. This includes real-life concerns such as considering insurance, buying a home, and paying for other essential expenses. Our career fair will allow for children to learn how best to budget their money so that they can understand the importance of values and money management at a young age. It will also help adults considering a change in their lives a lesson in just what it takes to make it through those monthly expenses.

Nov 11, 2014


  • Veterans Day Honor Program with America's Hometown Band 5:30pm to 12:42pm @ Muncie Central High School Auditorium

    The City of Muncie and America’s Hometown Band invite all local citizens to a Veterans Day Celebration event -- ONE MUNCIE FOR VETERANS -- on Tuesday, Nov 11, in the Muncie Central High School auditorium.  The musical portions of this event are performed by Muncie’s own America’s Hometown Band combined “side-by-side” with high school band students from Delaware County. 

    The evening begins at 5:30 pm in the MCHS cafeteria with a complimentary spaghetti dinner for any veteran.  All others are encouraged to make a donation for their meal, with funds going to support local veteran activities.

    At 7 pm, the Veterans Day honor program proceeds with patriotic music, the presentation of colors, and comments by Delaware County Veterans Officer Janet Davis; local veteran Joseph Orick; Muncie’s Mayor Dennis Tyler;  Rev. Colby Smith; and Michael Austin from Muncie Central High School. Emcee for the evening is Dale Basham. Sponsors for this program are City of Muncie, Muncie Exchange Club, Ball State University, and Muncie Central High School. 

May 14, 2016


  • Middletown, USA 7:30pm to 12:42pm @ Muncie Central High School 801 N. Walnut St., Muncie, IN 47305

    Commemorating Indiana’s bicentennial, Masterworks Chorale presents a world premiere musical event celebrating Muncie as:

    Middletown, USA

    7:30 p.m., Saturday May 14, 2016, at Muncie Central High School, 801 N. Walnut St., Muncie, IN 47305.  

    For this occasion, Masterworks Chorale commissioned composer Marjorie Rusche to write a new cantata for chorus and orchestra.

    Middletown Chronicles: The Making of Middletown, America, gives musical voice to native voices of Muncie’s past and present: words drawn from letters, diaries, books and interviews of Muncie residents.

    The audience will experience Muncie as Middletown through music, spoken words, and visual images provided by The Center for Middletown Studies and the Archives and Special Collections, Ball State University Libraries.

    Masterworks Chorale has also partnered with Motivate Our Minds to share the Middletown history and experience with a group of local students. On May 14 these 4th and 5th graders will exhibit their own art in response to their perceptions of Middletown.

    In order to ensure that the “Middletown USA” event is accessible to all members of our community, tickets are free.

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Jul 20, 2021


  • Tech 101 6pm to 9pm @ Muncie Central High School Enter external door 11. Room room 122. 801 North Walnut Street, 801 N Walnut St, Muncie, IN 47305
    Cost: Free Registration at https://sustainablemuncie.org/fow/
    Ages: Incoming 9th Grade-Adult

    Tech 101 is a free workshop taught by Professor Randy Glaze, a Purdue instructor who is currently teaching dual credit engineering courses at Muncie Central High School. This workshop is designed for high school students or adults who are looking for an opportunity to develop their skills in design, 3d printing, and coding. Participants will learn techniques in 3d design and printing on Autodesk Inventor as well as programming using a FANUC robotic arm. Tech 101 is a partnership between Purdue University and the Muncie Technology and Engineering Network that is working to extend the technology instruction from the high school classroom into the community. The workshop will be held in Professor Glaze's Dual Credit classroom at Muncie Central High School. This will be a wonderful time for high school students who are interested in receiving STEM dual credit to explore Purdue and Ivy Tech credit opportunities.

Nov 5, 2022