This week's Bomber Update is about our strategic plan survey: https://youtu.be/FL__c82B4LQ
5 days ago, Jennifer Crawford
Reminder: Mountain Home Public Schools will not be in session on Monday, April 8. Students will be exposed to some eclipse lessons in science classes prior to the event, and EACH student and staff member in our district will receive a pair of protective eclipse glasses to take home on Friday, April 5. Note: Protective eclipse glasses are also being handed out to library card holders at the Baxter County Library.
7 days ago, Jennifer Crawford
Reminder: Mountain Home Public Schools will not be in session on Monday, April 8.   Students will be exposed to some eclipse lessons in science classes prior to the event, and EACH student and staff member in our district will receive a pair of protective eclipse glasses to take home on Friday, April 5.  Note: Protective eclipse glasses are also being handed out to library card holders at the Baxter County Library.
February 15 Bomber Update: https://youtu.be/vDR0z9QQRFQ
13 days ago, Jennifer Crawford
We appreciate the work our School Resource Officers do every day to keep us safe! Thanks to Officer Helmert, Officer Shaw, Officer (OZ) Ables, Officer Campfield, Officer Holland, Officer Maze, and Officer Recktenwald!
13 days ago, Jennifer Crawford
picture of school resource officers
Mountain Home Public Schools will utilize snow routes in both the morning and afternoon on Tuesday, February 13.
16 days ago, Jennifer Crawford
Mountain Home Public Schools will run snow routes today beginning at 11:15.
17 days ago, Jennifer Crawford
Due to inclement weather, Mountain Home Public Schools will release today (Monday, Feb. 12) at 11:15 a.m.
17 days ago, Jennifer Crawford
This week's Bomber Update celebrates National Career & Technical Education Month! https://youtu.be/IbHRsyp4-V8
19 days ago, Jennifer Crawford
MHPS CLASSIFIED STAFF HIGHLIGHT: Mr. Thomas Merry Prior to joining MHPS, I worked at The University of Notre Dame as the Purchasing Manager for the concessions and catering for all sports. Ordering and dispersing the food for all of the sporting events gave me the opportunity to be on-hand for all the games. Soon I realized I wanted to be more involved in the menu planning, so I accepted the Concessions Manager position. Some people may think having your office in a 90,000-seat football facility would be the best part of the job; however, for me it was the creativity in creating menus that was the allure. During this time I bought a bakery that featured an Amish soft pretzel hand-twisted by one of our pretzel artisans. It didn't take long to realize I was a cook not a baker. I have worked many concerts, collegiate sporting events, and fed some famous people. However the most interesting was making Mitt Romney a pretzel when he was running for President. He was in shock when we rang it up and charged him full price for it. The best part of working here at MHPS is trying to make lunch a positive time for the students. Our dedicated staff truly cares about cooking food that these kids will enjoy and doing it within the strict guidelines of the government.
21 days ago, Jennifer Crawford
Mr. Merry
We have THE BEST counseling staff! We are so thankful for their work this week and every week!
21 days ago, Jennifer Crawford
happy national school counselors week to the best in the business
MHPS CLASSIFIED STAFF HIGHLIGHT: Mr. Thomas Merry Prior to joining MHPS, I worked at The University of Notre Dame as the Purchasing Manager for the concessions and catering for all sports. Ordering and dispersing the food for all of the sporting events gave me the opportunity to be on-hand for all the games. Soon I realized I wanted to be more involved in the menu planning, so I accepted the Concessions Manager position. Some people may think having your office in a 90,000-seat football facility would be the best part of the job; however, for me it was the creativity in creating menus that was the allure. During this time I bought a bakery that featured an Amish soft pretzel hand-twisted by one of our pretzel artisans. It didn't take long to realize I was a cook not a baker. I have worked many concerts, collegiate sporting events, and fed some famous people. However the most interesting was making Mitt Romney a pretzel when he was running for President. He was in shock when we rang it up and charged him full price for it. \ The best part of working here at MHPS is trying to make lunch a positive time for the students. Our dedicated staff truly cares about cooking food that these kids will enjoy and doing it within the strict guidelines of the government.
22 days ago, Jennifer Crawford
Staff Highlight picture of Mr. Merry
Bomber Update: Mrs. Dewey discusses the district's involvement in this week's "Capital for a Day" program. https://youtu.be/Af7ezE7QaZ8
26 days ago, Jennifer Crawford
a graphic that says "bomber update with mrs dewey"
This week's Bomber Update is a Fun Fact Friday from MHJH! https://youtu.be/MOvZ7wtOgSM
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Crawford
First and Second grade students at Nelson-Wilks-Herron Elementary worked hard to create art as gifts for our school board members for School Board Recognition Month. These seven students worked diligently to create beautiful art! We are so proud to provide art for our leaders to enjoy from the young students in our district! Pictured below from left to right: Alex, Jackson, Carter, Macie, Garnet, and Gabriella (second grade). Pictured separately is James Thomas (first grade).
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Crawford
james thomas with art project
group of kids with art work
We are thankful for our school board!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Crawford
January is school board apprecaition month - thanks to our school board - graphic with pics of all 7 members
Mountain Home Kindergarten, Nelson-Wilks-Herron Elementary, and Hackler Intermediate will all celebrate the 100th day of school on Wednesday, January 31!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Crawford
Mountain Home Kindergarten, Nelson-Wilks-Herron Elementary, and Hackler Intermediate will all celebrate the 100th day of school on Wednesday, January 31!
MHPS will run snow routes on the following routes both this afternoon and tomorrow morning/afternoon: 27, 47, 48, 53, 55, 56 and 57.
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Crawford
School will be in session on Tuesday, January 23. We will run regular bus routes.
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Crawford
School will be in session on Tuesday, January 23. We will run regular bus routes.
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Crawford
Bomber families, At my house this afternoon we’re watching every weather report we can find, and I imagine many of you are as well. There are no roads to drive or parking lots to scrape right now. We’re just in a holding pattern at the moment. I know that’s not a great answer for any of you, but that is where we are. I want you to know that — as it is on any regularly-scheduled school day — our goal is to be in session tomorrow. However, the reality is that we may need to cancel. If we do, I plan to let you know by 5 in the morning. At this time, our families are in a position where we have to hope for the best but prepare for the worst by making alternate plans for childcare, etc. if school is cancelled. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Mrs. Dewey
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Crawford