Elmwood-Murdock Public Schools is a school district that provides learning opportunities to students in kindergarten through grade 12. It operates a student council and serves more than 400 students. The district also provides special education to students with learning disabilities, as well as offers paper recycling services. Additionally, Elmwood-Murdock Public Schools offers alternate education options. It governs Elmwood-Murdock Elementary School, which is a learning institution that offers a range of educational services to students in kindergarten through grade six. Its curriculum includes language arts, math, science and social studies. The school also provides lessons in computer applications. Additionally, Elmwood-Murdock Elementary School organizes science fairs, as well as offers services to gifted students. The school administers a Penn-Harris-Madison Educational Foundation.