No school on Monday, November 1. See you Tuesday!
29 days ago, Jennifer Seaman
a graphic that says no school monday november 1
October 28, 2021 COVID-19 Report Hackler Intermediate School: 1 positive student. 1 probable close contact. Pinkston Middle School: 1 positive student. 2 family probable close contacts. Mountain Home Junior High School: 1 positive student.
29 days ago, Jennifer Seaman
Happy #NationalPrincipalsAppreciationMonth to the best in the business!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Seaman
a graphic with 7 adults pictured that says Happy National Principals Appreciation Month
October 21 COVID-19 NWH: 2 positive students. 6 probable close contacts. Hackler: 5 positive students. 14 probable close contacts. Pinkston: 2 positive students. 9 probable close contacts. MHJH: 1 positive student. MHHS: 1 positive student.
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Seaman
MHPS Homecoming Parade: Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. Parade route begins at Redeemer Lutheran Church and runs through the downtown area! #Committed2MH @Dr_JakeLong
about 2 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
a graphic: MHPS Homecoming Parade: Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. Parade route begins at Redeemer Lutheran Church and runs through the downtown area!
Attention Parents/Guardians:
about 2 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
a flyer for having students tested through Child Find
MH FFA placed at district fair in the Livestock Skills-O-Thon!
2 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
teens at a fair with ribbons
Learning the metric ruler by measuring growth of their Grow Beasts in Mrs. Hudspeth’s 8th Grade Science class at MHJH!
2 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
teen boy holding toy turtle
teen girl using ruler
kid and teacher doing science experiment
Learning the metric ruler by measuring growth of their Grow Beasts in Mrs. Hudspeth’s 8th Grade Science class at MHJH!
2 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
kid and teacher doing science experiment
teen girl using ruler
teen boy holding toy turtle
Attention Parents/Guardians:
2 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
a flyer for having students tested through Child Find
First Baptist Church gets a big shout-out from the MHJH staff today for providing them with lunch! Thanks, FBC!
2 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
a picture of a chicken sandwich and chips
Congratulations to Kira who got a perfect score on her Microsoft Word MOS industry certification exam.
2 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
a teen girl holding a certificate
Coach Newsom had an amazing lesson yesterday teaching students about empathy!  Way to raise self awareness, Coach!
2 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
junior high kids standing in a hallway
junior high kids standing in a hallway
If you're interested in becoming a MHPS Bus Driver, click this link to apply! We offer benefits and a great schedule! https://bombers.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=392
2 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
a graphic that says bus drivers needed
Mrs. Adamson’s Psychology students are enjoying conducting a group research project of careers in the Psychology field.
2 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
teacher helping student with laptop
Students in Mrs. Bookout’s room were discussing “To Kill A Mockingbird” today. Mrs. Bookout did a great job elevating student thinking by having them cite evidence and even supported history teachers by connecting Jim Crow Laws into the culture of the novel.
2 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
teacher in front of students in class
COVID-19 Update - September 9, 2021 Nelson-Wilks-Herron Elementary: 2 positive students. 2 probable close contacts. Mountain Home Junior High: 1 positive student. 1 family probable close contact.
3 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
September 8, 2021 COVID-19 Update Nelson-Wilks-Herron Elementary: 1 positive student. 1 family probable close contact. Hackler Intermediate School: 1 positive student. 1 family probable close contact. Mountain Home Junior High: 1 positive student.
3 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
Attention parents/guardians of students who ride bus 36: The bus has had a mechanical issue that will cause some riders to be dropped off late.
3 months ago, Jennifer Seaman
The deadline for the Salvation Army Shoes, Socks and Skivvies Program is Tuesday, September 7. If interested, families should call Kayla at 424-5708 to sign up by Tuesday!
3 months ago, Jennifer Seaman