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The philosophy of Mulberry/Pleasant View Bi-County School District is to enable all students to achieve their full potential intellectually, physically and morally, and to build character so they can take their place in society as responsible productive citizens
Mulberry/Pleasant View Bi-County School District is currently taking applications for an Intermediate Teacher (Grades 5-6). 

Mulberry/Pleasant View Bi-County School District is currently taking applications for a full time custodian. 
Special Board Meeting Thursday, January 29 @ 5:00 in the Admin Bldg
School Board meeting second Thursday of each month @ 7:00 in the Admin Bldg



MPV Spotlight
Mulberry High School FBLA students and adviser Lacey Hunter attended a business conference at the University of the Ozarks October 16.  The day consisted of competitive events, team building workshops and informative seminars.  Grant Bruce and Lexi Voorhees were each awarded a $2,500 U of O scholarship.  Kendall McClurkin received 5th place in the Job Interview Division.  Students attending:  Caleb Murders, Kendall McClurkin, Lexi Voorhees, Lucas Anderson, Brittany Edwards, Grant Bruce, Jamie Mills, Cheyenne Fields, Alyssa Smith.



    Superintendent's Thoughts

A successful school is the heart of the community. The Mulberry Pleasant View Bi County School District is an “Achieving District” based on the 2012 Arkansas District ESEA Accountability Report. The faculty and staff are dedicated to the implementation of the Common Core Standards. The Whole Child approach is fundamental to the Common Core. Our school district offers a variety of educational and extracurricular activities while providing smaller classroom settings allowing more individualized instruction. Please feel free to visit the administrators at each campus who will be happy to assist you and answer any questions you may have. We would like the opportunity to develop and nurture your children every day as we prepare them for success in a global environment.