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►Munich met Annual Yearly Progress on state assessment  - see profile at
►For Langdon Area/Munich upcoming events- click link below:


2016 Seniors

BR: Jakob, Brady, Shane, Ben FR: Michelle, Karlee, Jill

Christmas Program

K-12 Christmas Program Thursday, December 17th at 7:00

Emergency Announcements

In addition to Instant Alert, announcements regarding Munich School closing will be broadcast on the following:
            KDVL             (102.5 FM Devils Lake)
            KDLR              (1240 AM Devils Lake) 
            KZZY              (103.5 FM Devils Lake)
            KNDK             (1080 AM Langdon)
            KVLR              (97.5 FM Langdon)
            WDAZ             TV Channel 8

Jill, Traci, Ben, Mr. Vannett
Munich's FFA Chapter

The Munich FFA Chapter participated in the District 4 Leadership Conference at Stump Lake on Monday, September 27, 2015. Jill Lagein received a gold award placing 2nd in Job Interview and qualified for state. Traci Lagein received a gold award placing 1st in Extemporaneous Speaking and qualified for state. The Quiz Team took 3rd earning a silver award. Ben Lagein earned a gold award and was the High Individual in the district for the Quiz. Traci and Jill earned silver awards for the quiz. 
Munich, North Dakota is a small rural community located on State Highway #20 in the northeastern part of the state.  It is noted as a prime agricultural area producing large amounts of wheat, barley, canola, and soy beans.  Located on the central flyway, Munich boasts tremendous waterfowl hunting.  The Munich Magicians produced many quality athletic teams over the years.  Munich School is now cooperating with Langdon Area Schools in all sports.
Phone:  701-682-5321
Fax:  701-682-5323
Mailing Address:  PO Box 39
Physical Address: 410 7th Avenue

The School Board of Munich Public School District #19 in the Counties of Cavalier and Towner and State of North Dakota, supports the provisions of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act, which commit all North Dakota schools to the elimination of discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability in those programs and activities offered to its students and employees. It is the expressed intent of the Munich Public School District #19 to provide equal opportunities for all students and employees, free from limitations based on the above.

Munich, ND 58352.