We are so proud of these students! All three placing winners in the Baxter County Spelling Bee were from MHPS! 3rd: Presley Mayfield - 4th grade 2nd: Hunter Coy - 7th grade Champ: Shirish Subedi - 7th grade Shirish will advance to the State Spelling Bee to be held soon.
National School Resource Officer Appreciation Day was January 9. We love this group of SROs, and we're so thankful for their work. Back row: Zach Ables (aka OZ) at Hackler Intermediate School, Ryan Thompson at Mountain Home High School, Nick Maze at Nelson-Wilks-Herron Elementary School, and Eddie Helmert at Guy Berry College & Career Academy. Front Row: Danielle Campfield at Pinkston Middle School and Mountain Home Kindergarten, and Lacy Holland at Mountain Home Junior High School. What a wonderful group! Make sure to thank them when you see them!
Third quarter dates to remember:
Order your Hackler Yearbook!
Hackler Holiday Bash
No school on Monday, November 1. See you Tuesday!
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.
Happy #NationalPrincipalsAppreciationMonth to the best in the business!
October 26, 2021 COVID-19 Report Hackler Intermediate School: 3 positive students. 2 family probable close contacts. Pinkston Middle School: 1 positive student. Mountain Home High School: 1 positive student.
October 25, 2021 COVID-19 Report Hackler Intermediate School: 5 positive students. Pinkston Middle School: 2 positive students. 1 positive staff. 2 probable close contacts.
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.
COVID-19 POSITIVE CASE INFORMATION: October 20, 2021 Hackler Intermediate School: 2 positive students. 7 probable close contacts. Mountain Home High School: 2 students. 1 probable close contact.
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
K-5 teachers worked hard last year reviewing and selecting a new Language Arts resource - Benchmark Workshop. They worked even harder over the summer collaborating and preparing to teach the science of reading backed lessons. We are so proud of their diligence and commitment to make sure Mountain Home students have what they need to prepare them for the future! Every member of the Bomber family is committed to excellence in education - every student, every time!
We loved having football players and cheerleaders unload cars with us at Hackler today! Thanks for being good examples to younger kids. Go Bombers!
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
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.
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.