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.
Mailing Address: PO Box 39
Physical Address: 410 7th Avenue
Monday: Track (V) in Devils Lake starting @ 4:00 (Bus leaves Langdon @ 1:40) Results from Baseball (V, JV) vs. Pembina County North Varsity Won 14-7, JV Won. Friday: Track (V) Regional Track Meet in Larimore starting @ 3:00 (Bus leaves Langdon @ 12:00) Baseball (JV) Tournament in TBA starting @ TBA Golf (JV) in Langdon starting @ […]
Any students with an interest in Art or in STEM are invited to the 2017 Spring Art Show. Ms. Beston and Ms.LaRoque are accepting artwork from any school aged student willing to display their artwork in the school’s gym May 9 at 7 P.M. We will also be looking for students to show demonstrations illustrating […]
Amelia Hall, Nickolas Kingzett, and Payton Hall all star at the State Art Show in Minot. Amelia’s painting of the birds of prey and Payton’s Sumi-E horse will both be part of the traveling exhibit. Nickolas Kingzett’s painting of an Emu won the State of the Arts Award sponsored by Senator Heidi Heitkamp. This award places the […]
Munich had a great showing at the Math meet in Rollette tonight. Our fifth grade team of Nickolas Kingzett, Levi Woodrow, Emmy Pankratz, and Dexter Biby snagged first. Our sixth grade team of Paul Haus, Patrick Haus, Halle Habs, and Amelia Hall grabbed second. Levi Woodrow took first individually in fifth grade. Congratulations to all […]
Munich students scope out the Student Technology Association competitions in Bismark on March 20 and 21st. Hopefully next year these students will be competing in things such as Architecture Design, Tech Bowl, Video Game Design, and many other categories. Special thanks to Ms. Beston and Mrs. Sanderson for chaperoning and planning the trip.
Marketplace for Kids was held on March 13 at Lake Region State College. Our 3rd and 4th graders presented their STEM based projects. They worked hard and came up with some great inventions! The 5th and 6th graders also went along and they all attended various classes throughout the day. A fun and creative day […]