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
The school district is taking bids on a
36" Range/Oven 6 Burner
Turn in bid by Jan 29th at Administration Office
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2016-2017 School Year
K - 12 Art Teacher
Equal Opportunity Employer
DEADLINE FOR SCHOOL CHOICE MAY 1ST
School Board meeting Second Thursday of each month @ 7:00 in the Admin Bldg
eSchool (Parent Access)
Arkansas Department of Education
Gifted and Talented
MPV Media Center
Greetings to Mulberry-Pleasant View Bi-County School District students, parents, staff, community members. It is my honor to serve as the Superintendent for Mulberry-Pleasant View Bi-County School District
As the new superintendent for Mulberry/Pleasant View Bi-County (MPV) School District, I am honored to be serving you during this exciting and productive school year thus far. I want to begin by thanking the numerous staff, parents, and community members who continue to provide a warm welcome since my arrival on September 14th. I look forward to spending the next few months learning even more about our District and the community.
Mulberry/Pleasant View Bi-County School District is focused on providing a quality education for each and every child. Indeed, it’s one of the reasons I wanted to come to MPV. As the employees of this District educate the community’s children, we will continuously improve to insure implementation of our District’s motto: Creating Leaders One Child at a Time. What I find inspirational about MPV is the dedication and capacity to continuously improve and implement our efforts to create leaders. I’ve been immediately impressed by the pride, determination, and knowledge demonstrated by our employees. Quite simply, I feel privileged to join MPV and become a part of the MPV School District. I so much appreciate our community, a community that so readily supports our endeavors.
I want to assure you that MPV is committed to providing our community with the best possible education for our children. Our school board members, district administration, principals, teachers and classified employees will continually analyze how we can preserve the core components of a quality education in the midst of economic challenges to education. Our desire is to Create Leaders One Child at a Time.
Lonnie Myers, Ed.D.
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