Tomorrow, September 19th, 2020 is a Virtual Learning Day. Please direct questions to the appropriate school principal. It is important to remember that completed school assignments will be the method for recording attendance. It is also important to remember that no students or staff are required to be physically present at the school site.
Important Announcement: The Mulberry/Pleasant View Bi-County School District is excited to announce a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony for our new MPV Auditorium. It will be held September 22, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. . The public is invited. Masks will be required and temperatures will be taken due to COvID-19. Parking is limited at this time. Overflow parking will be available in the high school parking lot East of Mulberry High School and in an open lot west of MPV Auditorium on Alma Avenue.
Reminder: Saturday, September 12th (day after tomorrow) is a virtual learning day for MPV School District. This will be the 2nd of 6 virtual days we are doing. Please support our students in providing and completing these assignments or assessments. Completing the assignment counts as the daily attendance.
Reminder to all staff, students, parents and guardians: 1. Do not come to school if Running a fever. 2. If you or anyone in your household is tested for COVID-19, do not return to school until test results indicate you and your family members are not a positive case of COVID-19. Thank you for helping us work towards a healthy learning environment.
Governor Asa Hutchinson announced that school district data reflecting the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in each school district will be reported on the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) website. Additionally, trend information on new cases in school district zones can be found on the Arkansas Center for Health Improvement (ACHI) website. MPV has a Point of Contact (POC) identified to be the liaison with ADH and a process in place to help minimize the risk in out schools. As cases associated with students or staff in the school district are confirmed, those individuals will be notified by health department officials. Any student or staff member who has been identified as a probable close contact will be notified by health department officials or the District POC and will be advised of next steps. For the privacy of students and staff, MPV will not be sharing any detailed information related to individual cases. We are committed to providing the safest learning environment and will continue to follow guidance by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Arkansas Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) in conjunction with the Arkansas Department of Health.
Saturday, August 29th is a Virtual Learning Day. Principals and teachers will inform students of the day’s assignment. Teaches and Principals will be available on Saturday via email if needed. Please call your school principal if you have questions. Encourage all students to engage with the planned assignment.
MPV School District: Issues regarding our phone system have been resolved.
MPV School District: We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our phone system. We are working on resolving this problem as quickly as possible and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Important reminders for the health and safety of our students, staff and community: 1. Please make sure to have an updated phone number on file with your child’s school. 2. Please keep children home if they are running fever, coughing, or generally appear to be ill. . 100.4 and above is the unacceptable temperature but any fever should be reason to keep a child at home during COVID-19. 3. Put a mask on your child before they get on the bus. 4. If a child appears to be ill the bus driver may take a child’s temperature with a touch-less thermometer. Please be available if possible if there is a need to keep the child home. 5. If you have a young child riding the bus please try to be with them at the bus stop. 6. Please be at the bus stop early the first few days in order to become familiar with the arrival time each morning. 7. Parents dropping off children at school should not get out of car to go to classrooms. Contact your principal if there is a need to do otherwise. 8. All visitors should wear a mask and check in at the respective school office. 9. Please be patient as we all do our best to follow ADH guidelines and keep our children healthy. 10. Positive cases within our student body or staff should be reported to the Point of Contact (POC) for MPV Schools, Mr. Anthony Hood. Phone numbers are: 479-997-8469 or 479-297-1948. 11. Marvin Primary Phone number is 479-997-1495, Pleasant View Campus 479-997-8469 and Mulberry High School is 479-997-1363. Please call your school principal if you have questions. We love our kids and can’t wait to see them. We are optimistic and excited to begin the year!
Breakfast and lunch will be available to MPV Virtual Students. In order to reserve meals for your children, you may request meals from the nearest cafeteria or the cafeteria of your choice. Please call the office at the campus you choose before 9:00 a.m. This will allow the needed time for cafeteria staff to prepare the number of meals ordered. The meals may be picked up in the front office at each respective school between 10:30 and 11:00 a.m. Mulberry High School—997-1363 Pleasant View Campus—997-8469 Marvin Primary—997-1495
From MPV Administration: The Revised 2020-21 School Calendar will be on the website. An updated informational letter concerning the starting of school will also be on the website.
MPV Administration: We understand everyone is a bit anxious about getting information concerning the start of school. The difficulty of releasing plans to this point has been the ever changing directives and guidelines from the department of education and Arkansas Department of Health. Even yesterday, we were informed that we would have to change the date for starting school. When we do send information, we want to be as accurate as humanly possible. Toward that end, the District plans to release a letter to parents and community during the week of July 20th. That date will be one month before school starts on August 24th. We are hopeful the Arkansas Department of Health and Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for Arkansas will be fairly certain of their expectations for us by then. It is important to understand that information could change after that date depending on the status of COVID-19. We appreciate your patience and can’t wait to see our students!
The Governor announced today that schools would not be allowed to start until August 24th. We will anticipate starting that day. Some adjustments will have to be made to our school calendar but we will work through that as promptly as possible. The MPV School District’s number one priority is our students and we are looking forward to seeing each student on the 24th. Keep looking for updates from the District as we prepare for a successful year.
ArtUp invites you to help celebrate the 4th of July. The celebration is called “Chalk the Walk” and all get a free snow cone if a work of art is completed in a pre-marked social distance space provided. Chalk for the project is provided. Hot Dogs and Snow Cones will be for sale as well. This event is Saturday, June 27th in Downtown Mulberry. We encourage MPV students to take advantage of this fun experience provided by ArtUp!
MPV Administration: Parents and Guardians will be receiving a letter from Dr. Myers concerning returning to school. It is somewhat general in nature with many more specifics coming later in July as we get closer to school. For now the District is attempting to obtain a close estimate as to how many parents will send students back to school (with safety guidelines in place being followed) and how many parents will most likely prefer remote (at home learning) via technology. We will also offer a blended program using some instruction face to face and some instruction done remotely. In summary, the letter basically will ask you to contact your principal if remote learning is what you fully expect to do. Please don’t worry about this being a final answer. We are simply attempting to determine how many students we may be serving remotely. Thanks and we appreciate you!
All report cards that have not been picked up at the school site are now located at the Administration Building located at 424 Alma Avenue. You may pick them up between the hours of 8:30-2:30 Monday-Friday.
Message from MPV Administration: MPV School District will have a Title 1 Evaluation and Planning meeting June 15th, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. in the District Administration Building. Parents and Guardians are invited to attend in order to help us plan on how to most effectively support our students.
Pleasant View parents and students: This is a reminder that this Thursday, May 21 is the last Thursday for packet drop off. Please turn in the following from 1 pm to 6 pm: all completed work, any checked out chromebooks and chargers, and/or any checked out musical instruments. Thank you.
MPV School District: The Federal Programs Parent Survey is very important and will be helpful to us in planning for future instruction. https://forms.gle/9ziThBWo2xV6Lk9w7
25 meals left today (May 13). Come to front of Mylberry High School now. First Come-First Served!
Pleasant View will be hosting its annual Literacy Night this Thursday from 1 to 6 pm. Due to restrictions, Literacy Night will be different this year and will be curbside. We will pass out books to our students curbside until supplies last. Names will be collected and there will be a 5th and 6th drawing and a 7th and 8th drawing for a Kindle. There will also be drawings for some baskets.
Coach Edwards is requesting that baseball uniforms be returned to Mulberry High Schoo tomorrow, May 7th.
MPV Administration: 1. If you are interested in a grab and go program for lunch this summer please notify the district by calling 479-997-1715. We have only had 25 responses and will need more responses to justify having the program. The meals would be picked up at Mulberry High School. 2. Meals will be delivered on Monday and Friday of next week (May 11 and May 13). 3. AMI Packet drop off and pick up is tomorrow 1p.m.—7:00 p.m. (May 7th) 4. If you have a student entering Kindergarten or are interested in the Pre-Kindergarten program, please contact Mrs. Hopkins and Mrs. Thomas on the Marvin Campus. 5. We love our students and we miss seeing them.
MPV Administration message: 1. Meals go out today. The meal sacks will include school day meals through Monday morning, May 4th. 2. Our last meal delivery for the school year will be Wednesday, May 20th which will be enough to last through Tuesday, May 26th. 3. We are surveying parents as to if parents and/or children would come to Mulberry High School once a week for a “grab and go bag” this summer which would contain food for one week.Please contact Reba King at 997-1363 or the the administration building at 997-1715. Please just say yes, I would participate in a grab and go at Mulberry High School this summer. 4. AMI drop off and pick up is tomorrow, Thursday the 30th of April. The last AMI day will be Thursday, May 21st. 5. Coach Edwards has requested that baseball players return uniforms to Mulberry High School on Thursday, May 7th. 6.We love our students and we miss them!
PV students and parents: This Thursday April 30 from 1 pm to 6 pm, all students grades 5-8 need to come by the Pleasant View Campus and pick up a book for their English classes for the next several weeks. We will have the contents of their lockers available for pick up as well. Grades 5-7 will also be given a summer bridge book that students can keep and use over the summer if they wish. Thank you.
MPV Administration: 1, AMI Packet drop off and pick up is today (Thursday, April 23rd) at each campus. 2. Food delivery will be Monday, April 27th and Wednesday, April 29th. One delivery will include a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. We do not have any students who are receiving meals who have stated they have a peanut allergy. It is very important to call Reba King at 479-997-1363 to alert her of any allergies and arrange for a different sandwich to be delivered. 3. We love our kids and pray for their safety each day.
The School Board meeting that was to be held on May 14, 2020 has been moved to May 05, 2020.
MPV School District: we have 30 meal sacks left today. Please pick up immediately at the front door of Mulberry High School if interested. We want to give food to as many kids as possible whether they attend MPV or not during this COVID-19 crisis.
MPV Administration Announcement: 1. AMI Packet drop off and pick up is tomorrow 1 p.m.-6:00 p.m. at all schools. 2. Food Delivery will be tomorrow 10:30-noon (April 16) as well as Monday April 20th and Wednesday, April 22. There will be enough food delivered on each day to provide breakfast and lunch for AMI school days.
Summary of Superintendent Update, April 7, 2020. 1. The Governor stated there would be mo more on-site instruction this year. 2. Continue to communicate with your teacher(s) and principal(s). 3. Someone will continue to be in the school office 8:30-2:30, M-F. 4. Drop off completed AMI packets and pick up new ones at your school between 1 and 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 9, 2020. 5. Schools will be closed Friday, April 10 and Monday, April 13, 2020 for scheduled holidays. 6. Food delivery for next week is Tuesday, April 14th and Thursday, April 16th. Directions for proper storage of food items in the sack will be attached. 7. Together...Developing Leaders One Student at a Time—Every Time!
MPV Administration: This is a reminder that AMI drop off of completed packets and pick up of next weeks packets will take place today 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at each campus.
MPV School District: Important Superintendent Update: http://www.mpvschools.com/article/223843?org=mulberry-pleasant-view-school
MPV Admininistration: These are key points I hope to have on our webpage soon. During COVID-19 someone will be at each school office M-F from 8:30-2:30. Please communicate with school principals and teachers concerning your students’ academic questions. Food services will continue with potential delivery modifications in the future. Please deliver your AMI packages to the students’ home school on Thursday afternoons between 1-6 p.m. Also pick up packets for the next week (if it applies to your student). Stay on a schedule academically and physically if possible with your students. We know this isn’t easy for families. We pray for all of you daily. Try to spend 3-4 hours per day with learning. We love and miss our kids. This process begins tomorrow Thursday, April 2, 2010.
From MPV Administration: AMI days resume on Monday, March 30th. Meals delivered via bus on regular routes 10:30-noon beginning Monday, the 30th. K-12 Resume work on AMI Packets. Look for updated messages on MPVFacebook and messages from the District teachers/administration daily concerning assignments and assignment collection. Contact principals if student does not have internet access. 2020 Seniors, watch for updates from Mr. Williams. Contact teachers for support. Together, we will make this work for our kids! Be patient with us as we navigate new ways to help our students succeed.
MPV School District: There were about 60 meals left over from the last three days. Anyone can go to the front door of Mulberry High School now until 12:15 to get the sacks of food.First come-First served. Happy Spring Break everyone!
MPV School District: The Governor has announced that public schools will now be closed through Friday, April 17th. All of you will be receiving frequent messages concerning this longer term. At this moment, we are out for Spring Break until March 30th. Stay healthy and enjoy the family time until then. Rest assured we will develop ongoing AMI plans and plans to continue serving breakfast and lunch to our students. We love our students and staff. We will get through this together.
11th graders will be taking the ACT on February 25th, 2020
Rocket League - Mulberry HIgh vs Centerpoint High will stream at 4PM. twitch.tv/mpv_esports
Report Cards went home 1/9/2020
Welcome to our new website!