The Communications and Public Information Office of the Murray City School District (MCSD) coordinates all communications with parents/students, District personnel, and other key stakeholders such as news media, other districts, local and state officials, community partners, and others.

Communications Officer/MEF Associate Director:
Doug Perry
| 801-264-7400 |

Office Hours: 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM

5102 Commerce Drive | Building #1 | Murray, Utah 84107
Phone: 801-264-7400

MCSD Communications Infographic (English)

    The Murray City School District website is the primary communications tool for the District to post information. However, each school also has it's own website to communicate more directly with their own communities.
  • Social Media
    Murray City School District requests that all participants on our social media pages behave respectfully and civilly. These pages are utilized for celebrations, important notifications, and general information about our students, educators, and community partners. While the First Amendment to the US Constitution protects most speech, there are clear limitations when that speech is obscene, threatening, defamatory, or irrelevant to the posted information (off-topic or SPAM). Those who contribute non-protected discourse will be limited in their participation (or potentially blocked). 
  • ParentSquare
    ParentSquare is MCSD's official communication tool with families of students. This web- and app-based platform communicates messages through a downloadable application, email, text, and outbound voice messaging. This tool is ONLY for official school communications (see below for PeachJar for non-school entity communications). Families need to create their ParentSquare account by going to and using the email address they have in the District's student database called Aspire. This will validate their permission to create/use a Parentsquare account. From there, you will be notified as messages are posted from your school and the District.
  • PeachJar
    PeachJar is a third-party email platform whereby governmental, non-profit, and for-profit entities can communicate information about events, activities, and programs available to parents and students within their schools or the MCSD. Submissions in the form of a PDF flyer can be made at by creating a user account, paying a small fee, and designating the schools and dates you wish to submit your flyer. These are then approved by MCSD and sent out on Fridays. Please ensure all submissions are one file (of 1 or more pages) and no more than 4 MB of total space.
  • Alumni News webpage - If you have alumni info to share, send us an email!
    Information regarding Murray High School alumni events and news.

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CONNECT your Murray High School graduating class with the NEW Murray High Alumni Association!

Spencer Olsen, president
Murray High Alumni Association 
Murray Education Foundation Board Member
Cell: 385.439.9193
Facebook: Murray High Alumni Association
Murray High Alumni website - CLICK HERE

If you have information about upcoming reunions or school alumni events, please email them Spencer Olsen, Murray High Alumni Association President (contact information above).

You may also email the Murray City School District offices at or call the DO and ask for Doug Perry.

2022 EVENTS:

Class of 1977
August 6, 2022
The Gathering Place at Gardner Village, 6 pm
Contact for more information is Kevin Westenskow at 801.634.9644 or email at



Public Use of School Grounds and Trespassing English | Spanish

MCSD observes Utah's open record laws (GRAMA), with added specific protocols and policies that offer clarity found below.

English | Spanish

All record requests must be filed through the State's Open Records portal found here:

Special thanks to Family Search International for providing MCSD with scanned PDF files of nearly all our Murray High School Year Books. We are missing only a handful: 1932, 1933, 1934, 1944, and 1948. If you have one of these years in your possession or think you might know of someone who does, we would love to create a digital file for this archive. Contact Doug Perry at the District Office at 801-264-7400 or

Here's our archive:

Multiple sources have confirmed that in 1944 there was a paper shortage, and students could not create a yearbook. This coincides with the unique size of the 1945 yearbook, which is much smaller than all the other yearbooks throughout MHS history.