MHHS Prom tickets go on sale Monday, January 31st for $25. The price will increase to $30 after February 28th. Juniors and Seniors may purchase one prom ticket for themselves and one for their date. Please see Mrs. Chapman or Mrs. Lunsford to purchase prom tickets.
10 months ago, Jennifer Crawford
a flyer for MHHS prom on April 2 at ASUMH
French Club Chili Supper has been rescheduled for March 7, 2022!
10 months ago, Jennifer Crawford
French Club Chili Supper: March 7 from 4-6 - email clawrence@mhbombers.com for more info
BOMBER CADET WINS AVIATION SCHOLARSHIP The Leading Edge Aviation Foundation of Baxter County recently awarded Cadet Ensign Johnathon Mason a scholarship to attend the National Flight Academy (NFA) in Pensacola, Florida. The son of U.S. Army veterans Lee and Kelly Mason, Johnathon is a member of the Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) of Mountain Home High School where he commands the Drone Team, is a member of the Academic Team and Marksmanship Team, and he has obtained a commercial drone pilot license. The MHHS NJROTC unit is led by Chief Jason Williams, the Naval Science Instructor and retired from the U.S. Navy after more than 21 years. Jason explains that Johnathon’s experience at the NFA this summer will include living aboard the virtual aircraft carrier, AMBITION. Each deck of the virtual ship is designed to simulate a modern aircraft carrier. The main deck houses the galley, mess deck, administrative spaces and the aircraft hangar bays. The first deck is dedicated to academic spaces including the operations and intelligence centers, while the second and third decks house sleeping quarters, team building compartments and activity rooms. The Leading Edge Aviation Foundation (LEAF) is made up of local area pilots who work to gather funds to provide resources to educate, encourage and award financial assistance to people interested in aviation who might otherwise be excluded. In addition to student scholarships like this one, to date more than 30 learner pilots have trained with LEAF instructors and aircraft. LEAF members also support the Civil Air Patrol Wing of Baxter County and the aviation clubs of the Mountain Home school district. To join this effort and make a tax deductible donation to LEAF send an E-mail to: leadingedgeaviation@gmail.com. Information will be provided. Directors of the Leading Edge Aviation Foundation present scholarship award to NJROTC Cadet Ensign Johnathon Mason: L to R Tim Phelps, David Dover, Gerald Gaige, Cadet Mason, Kyle McAlister, Bill Nazarenko, Steve Johnson, Chief Jason Williams. Photo by Dani Pugsley
10 months ago, Jennifer Crawford
a boy receiving a big check scholarship from older men
Sweetheart T-Shirts and Sweatshirts are for sale here! We LOVE this design! Order by 1/30/22!
10 months ago, Jennifer Crawford
Sweetheart tshirt design
Sweetheart Dress-Up Days - February 7-11, 2022
10 months ago, Jennifer Crawford
Sweetheart Dress-Up Days - February 7-11, 2022
Mountain Home Public Schools will not be in session tomorrow, Thursday, January 20. Students will complete AMI day 1 assignments.
10 months ago, Jennifer Crawford
A graphic that says AMI day 1 January 20, 2022
Early release today: 1 p.m.
10 months ago, Jennifer Crawford
A graphic that says MHPS will release at 1 p.m. today. 1/19/22
Bomber Families, Mountain Home Public Schools will release today at 1 p.m. due to forecasted winter weather that could impact transportation later in the afternoon. Thank you, Dr. Jake Long
10 months ago, Jennifer Crawford
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!
11 months ago, Jennifer Crawford
a picture of 6 school resource officers
Third quarter dates to remember:
11 months ago, Jennifer Crawford
Third quarter dates to remember: January 3: First Day of third quarter January 12: Student early dismissal at 2 p.m. January 17: MLK Jr. Day - No school January 27: Student early dismissal at 2 p.m. February 10: Early dismissal and P/T Conferences 1-7 p.m. February 11: No school for students February 14: Teacher In-Service; no school for students February 23: Student early dismissal at 2 p.m. March 10: Student early dismissal at 2 p.m. March 11:  End of third quarter
And big kids enjoy the snow excitement too! Here's a picture of a couple high school boys having tons of fun!
11 months ago, Jennifer Crawford
two teen boys playing with snow
French Club Chili Supper! Don't miss it!
11 months ago, Jennifer Crawford
A graphic for French Club Chili Supper on Jan 21, 2022 at 4-6 p.m. at MHHS Cafeteria
Everyone is invited to the upcoming MHPS Band Concerts! HS Band Concert : 2:30 p.m. Sunday 12/12 at The Sheid MS & JH Bands Concert: Monday 12/13 at Dunbar Auditorium. 7th grade at 6:30 and 8th/9th at 7:30. Admission is free. We hope you can attend! Merry Christmas
12 months ago, Jennifer Crawford
a flyer for band concerts
This morning the Class of 2022 held a Senior Breakfast. Special thanks to the businesses and individuals who donated to make this event possible: Farmers & Merchants Bank, Sherrie On Style, Car Care, James Boyett State Farm, Evelyn Drake, and Homebound Medical.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Crawford
six high school students at a breakfast event
No school on Monday, November 1. See you Tuesday!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Crawford
a graphic that says no school monday november 1
Happy #NationalPrincipalsAppreciationMonth to the best in the business!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Crawford
a graphic with 7 adults pictured that says Happy National Principals Appreciation Month
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.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Crawford
Senior, Taylor Schumaker and 2021 graduate Josie Kelly both acted as representatives of Mountain Home Public Schools and their respective State level CTSOs (Career & Technical Student Organizations) Tuesday at Arkansas State Fair. Taylor currently serves as the State FBLA Secretary while Josie serves as the State FFA President. They addressed hundreds of CTSO members (Present CTSO organizations: FBLA, FCCLA, FFA, DECA, HOSA, Skills USA, and TSA) about their organization's goals as well as influences that contribute to a successful State Fair.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Crawford
two teen girls in a rodeo arena
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 year ago, Jennifer Crawford
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.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Crawford