Parents, The following is a link to a short parent reading survey regarding reading in the home.  This survey is very important because it will help Mulberry High School understand the culture of reading in our school and community.  Thank you for your participation.  Brad Williams,Principal Mulberry High School https://forms.gle/rTXqF3H1JV1Wk6xj8
about 1 month ago, Brad Williams
Parent/Teacher Conferences begin today at 3:00 p.m. at each campus. We are excited to see parents, guardians, caregivers, students and other family members! See you soon!
about 2 months ago, Lonnie Myers
Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held this evening, Thursday, October 20th, starting at 3:00 p.m. Parents please come to the high school to receive your child's 9 week report card and check on his/her progress with the teachers. If you can not make it to the school, please email your child's teachers to check on your child's grades and progress. Mulberry High School is also hosting the Finals of the District Volleyball Tournament this evening so some teachers will be in the gym helping with the tournament and may be unavailable at times. You may email these teachers or contact Mr. Williams, Mulberry High School Principal, to set up an alternate time to speak with the teacher. Thank you for your continued support.
about 2 months ago, Brad Williams
MPV Reminder: Friday, October 7th will be picture retakes and club and organization picture day.
2 months ago, Angela Bonewell
Pleasant View: Parents/Guardians, students were given papers for flu shots. If you want your student to get the flu shot, please fill out the paperwork and have it turned into the office by Wed., Oct. 5. Shots will be given Thur., Oct. 6. Also, Fall picture retakes will be Fri., Oct. 7.
2 months ago, Anthony Hood
MPV is seeking critical feedback from its students, staff, parents, and community regarding the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on teaching and learning. Your feedback will be used to inform the MPV planning committee for the use of funds received. https://forms.gle/QQfpwpxPtoiSRkMu8
3 months ago, Andrew Jernegan
Pleasant View Reminder: Next Wednesday, Aug 31, there will be Fall Portraits. These will be the pictures used for the yearbook.
4 months ago, Anthony Hood
Throughout the school year, we have opportunities for parents to serve on various committees or parent panels at the district and campus level. If you are willing to serve on a committee or parent panel, please complete this form. https://forms.gle/UZAZbNpXwrDRMegEA
5 months ago, Andrew Jernegan
High School Student Report Cards may be picked up at the High School Office Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Please call 997-1363 to make sure the office is open at the time you wish to pick up your child's report card. Also, please turn in any chromebooks, chargers, and/or hotspots not turned in on the last day of school. Thank you Brad Williams, Mulberry High School Principal.
6 months ago, Brad Williams
Marvin Primary parents, on Tuesday, May 10 from 5:30-7. We will host a literacy night for our students. Please stop by and enjoy our activities. We will be grilling hot dogs and passing out free books for our students to read over the summer. Please stop in and join us!
7 months ago, Heather Smyth
With the weather getting warmer, it is important for the students to drink water to stay hydrated. Students may carry a refillable water bottle. We do have water filling stations for them to fill their water bottles. Thank you.
7 months ago, Anthony Hood
Federal Programs Parent Survey The purpose of this survey is part of an ongoing effort to communicate with the parents of our school district in order to meet our students' needs more effectively. https://forms.gle/WpEsAQ62LMS9Bga99
8 months ago, Andrew Jernegan
This message is to inform you that the last day of after-school tutoring will be next Thursday, April 28, 2022. Thank you.
8 months ago, Anthony Hood
On Monday, April 25, Marvin Primary will have a Title 1 meeting @ 3:40 @ the Marvin campus. All parents are invited to attend.
8 months ago, Heather Smyth
THE DISTRICT IS TAKING BIDS ON A 2000 AMTRAN BUS. BIDS CAN BE TURNED INTO ADMINISTRATION OFFICE BY MAY 3RD. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT 479-997-1715.
8 months ago, Jan Williams
Please fill out this short survey about our book Dog Days that we read for our Family Reading Program. We hope you enjoyed it! https://forms.gle/FjBC3LpT2TSsXrK97
8 months ago, Heather Smyth
MPV Schools: Reminder - Everyone is invited to attend the presentation of "The Story of Anne Frank" Friday, April 1, at 7:00 p.m. in the MPV Auditorium. Admission is Free and we'd love to have you.
8 months ago, Andrew Jernegan
Pleasant View students will be going to the MPV Auditorium at the high school Friday afternoon, April 1, at about 1:30 for a play about Anne Frank. The play will last until approximately 3:00. Since the play will not be over until that time, the students will not be traveling back to Pleasant View Campus. We will load the buses for departure at the high school. Students that are parent pick-up or students that will need bus notes for alternate drop-offs will be affected because students are not coming back to Pleasant View Campus. Therefore, we are asking the following: 1. If your student is parent pick-up, then you will need to pick up your child at the Mulberry High School Gym. Students will be in front of the gym, and you may park in the parking lot beside the gym. 2. If your student needs a bus note for alternate drop-off, please contact the Pleasant View Campus Office before 1:00 pm on Friday. (479)997-8469 Thank you
8 months ago, Anthony Hood
MPV Schools: Everyone is invited to attend the presentation of "The Story of Anne Frank" Friday, April 1, at 7:00 p.m. in the MPV Auditorium. Admission is Free. The play will be presented by Bright Star Theater.
9 months ago, Andrew Jernegan
MPV is seeking critical feedback regarding the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on teaching and learning. Your feedback will be used to inform the MPV plan for the used of funds received. https://forms.gle/UafFG6qp9hMBHZjj6
9 months ago, Andrew Jernegan