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Hello Bombers, I want to remind you all that early voting on the high school renovation issue begins tomorrow, Tuesday, August 2 and goes through August 8 from 8-4:30 p.m. at the Baxter County Election Commission Headquarters on Fifth Street or at the Baxter County Courthouse. Election day is Tuesday, August 9 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and registered voters who live within district bounds can vote at the following locations: Baxter County Courthouse Baxter County Election Commission Headquarters Baxter County Training Center in Midway Eastside Baptist Church Henderson Fire Station Lakeview Civic Center Northeast Lakeside Fire Station I will be hosting tours of the high school facilities again this Thursday from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. (or until the last tour is complete). This is also a time to come and ask questions or provide feedback. Thank you and have a wonderful evening, Dr. Jake Long, Superintendent
Dr. Long announced this earlier this summer, but this is just a reminder for our families! School Supplies are provided AGAIN this year at MHPS (with the exception of backpacks and lunchboxes)! Go Bombers!
Thank you Superior Senior Care!
Are you interested in learning more about drones and competing in drone competitions? We're offering an Unmanned Aerial Systems Flex Course this year. Contact your counselor to register!
We have some awesome teachers from Pinkston and MHJH at Summit training in New Orleans. So proud of Ms. Minard, Ms. Free, Ms. Perryman, Ms. Kreager, Ms. Fairchild, and Ms. Miller for their hard work this week! They're heading home with great ideas!
The Mountain Home High School Career Academies French instructor Christy Lawrence led a group of 13 French students and adult chaperones on a tour of Montréal and Québec City from June 21 to June 26. The group explored the historical streets, viewed breath-taking buildings, visited natural marvels, and participated in fun, educational activities while traveling throughout the beautiful French-speaking Québec province of Canada. This group represented Mountain Home, Arkansas, and its high school with flying colors!
More fun at Summer Learning!
Students from Pinkston Middle School and Mountain Home Junior High attended Dixie Band Camp at UCA this week with more than 900 other students from across the country.
Summer learning science lessons with a twist: buoyancy, gathering water from breathing plants, filtration, aerodynamics, and gravity. What a great month!
2022 Graduates may pick up their final transcripts and diplomas from MHHS beginning on June 15!
Congratulations to our Girls and Boys State Delegates! AR Girls State Delegates: Brooke Bayless Lily Foster Haley Franks Trevi Sheaner Alea Vaccarella Audrey Young AR Boys State Delegates: Tanner Bohrtz Isaiah Kemp Ty Lawrence Jack Sheaner Emmanuel Westra
Seamless Summer Food Service Program begins June 6!
Our Pinkston Girls Running Club runs on Monday afternoons for about six weeks in the spring. The group -- including faculty sponsors Mrs. Lashley, Mrs. Coley, Mrs. McNeely, Mrs. Porter, and Mrs. Perryman -- focuses on positive body image and physical activity without competition. What a fantastic crew!
Arkansas Week is off to a great start at NWH! The Fun Time Twirlers showed students the Arkansas State Dance: Square Dancing!
Arkansas Week is off to a great start at NWH! Here you'll see Magician Scott Davis from North Arkansas Electric Cooperative and his two assistants!
Two National Junior Honor Society students at MHJH received national recognition as NJHS Outstanding Students this year. Hannah Baker and Zane Darracq received this award based on the five pillars of NJHS, leadership, scholarship, character, service and citizenship. The students receive a $500 scholarship with this recognition.
OUTDATED RECORDS TO BE DESTROYED The Mountain Home School District will be destroying all outdated special education and 504 records prior to June 2016. These records are maintained for six years after a student has graduated, dropped, or moved from the district. According to state and federal guidelines, these records should be destroyed six years after a student no longer receives special education or 504 services or records are no longer needed to provide services. All parties (18 years of age or older) who were served in special education programs/504, or parents/guardians of those students, have the right to review and request the records before they are destroyed. The special education records are available for pickup at the Mountain Home Special Education Office at 1001 S. Main Street. 504 records are available to pick up at the Mountain Home Public School Central office at 2465 Rodeo Drive. All offices are open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If not requested, the records will be destroyed on July 5th. Any question or concerns regarding special education records may be addressed by calling (870)425-1247. In regards to 504, you may call (870)425-1201.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT | Will Beckham: Will was a member of the baseball and golf teams as well as Bomb Squad, NHS, and FBLA. He serves as a volunteer firefighter at Northeast Lakeside Fire Department. Will plans to attend National Park College in Hot Springs where he will play baseball and study engineering. Congratulations, Will!