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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 Schools is accepting bids now for a 2010 Bad Boy Zero Turn Mower Pro Series ADS 60" 30 HP Kohler 280 hrs Very Good Condition. Turn in bid by October 8, 2015 at Administration  Bldg

Employment Opportunities 
Special Ed Para Professional
Bus Driver
Equal Opportunity Employer
School Board meeting Second Thursday of each month @ 7:00 in the Admin Bldg



Congratulations Class of 2015!




Greetings to Mulberry-Pleasant View Bi-County School District students, parents, staff, and community members.  It is my honor to serve as the Superintendent for Mulberry-Pleasant View Bi-County School District.  Mrs. Dana Higdon was a dear and respected colleague to all of us in the education field. 
There are times when it is difficult to communicate a message in the appropriate manner.  I pray this message is received as my deepest respect and admiration for Mrs. Dana Higdon.   During these times of deep sorrow I am hopeful we are able to support each other as we deal with the many feelings that we begin to experience. It is with great sorrow that I share this message.

Losing a beloved and respected leader is difficult for us to understand, especially when it is a wonderful Superintendent to whom Mulberry-Pleasant View School District meant so much.  I am aware that we all feel different emotions: shock, sadness, confusion and especially broken hearts. I truly have been touched by the way all of you have cared for and supported each other.

In memory of Mrs. Dana Higdon, the thought process has begun as to how we might best honor such a gracious, loving and kind school leader.  In the interim period, the legacy of love “SuperDana” shared with every individual student, staff member and community member will endure.



Lonnie Myers, Ed.D.,