April 16, 2023
2023 Youth of the Year
Lily be honored at the Cinco De Mayo Golf Tournament on May 5 at Eagle Crest. She will also be featured on Channel 5. Stay tuned for updates!
2023 MHS Academic Banquet
Dr. Dean Cantu, Dean of Health Sciences at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith, was the guest speaker at the banquet.
On Saturday, April 15, our 2022 Miss Mountainburg, Jyme Hall, assisted at the Miss River Valley Pageant held at the Alma Boys and Girls Club.
Two of our 2023 Little Miss Mountainburg titleholders entered the pageant. Megan Lindsey was crowned Miss River Valley Queen for ages 8 - 11. Ella Breeden was the 1st Runner-Up in the same division.
ACT Aspire Testing Dates
Parents, help us by keeping your children motivated and focused. We believe in our students and we know that they can and will succeed!
How to Train Your Dragon
Becky Dean, MES Counselor
Steve Johnson, MMSBA Counselor
Barbara Daniel, MHS Counselor
College Access Initiative - University of Arkansas Fayetteville
This is a great opportunity for incoming sophomores, juniors, and seniors for the 23-24 school year.
Complete List of CAI Workshops
We can customize any of our workshops to fit the needs of your students/families and timeframe.
This workshop will help students gain a broad level understanding including conquering the balance between speed and accuracy on the ACT, removing mental blocks that inhibit performance, gaining familiarity and confidence with the test format, understanding the role the test plays in the college planning process, and moving towards true potential on the ACT.
Begin with the End in Mind
This presentation is targeted specifically to 8th and 9th grade students and is inspired by Sean Covey’s “7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens”. Students will learn about college and how they can best use their time throughout high school to prepare for post high school.
This presentation reviews the admissions and scholarship application processes as well as some things to consider as you continue your college search.
Designing Your Life
This workshop is inspired by the book “Designing Your Life” by Dave Evans and Bill Burnett. It helps students brainstorm and start designing their futures during and after high school.
Financial Aid: 101
This presentation is designed to give students and/or parents an overview of the federal and state aid processes and important deadlines as well as how to start searching for scholarships.
This workshop teaches students how to make wise financial decisions to promote financial well-being over their lifetime.
Ready Set Goals
This workshop is designed to help students learn the importance of a growth mindset in relation to setting goals. Students will set a S.M.A.R.T. goal, create an action plan, as well as identify useful resources and their support system
Making Good First Impressions
This workshop gives students hands-on experience in learning how to craft a good first impression.
This workshop goes into the different types of scholarships, how to start the search, as well as how to spot scholarship scam red flags.
This presentation goes into what time management is and how students can create their own time management system for success in high school and beyond.
Writing about YOU! Scholarship Essay Writing
This workshop provides students with more insight to scholarship processes as well as help students start the brainstorming process in a unique way that will increase chances of being awarded a scholarship.
CAI Summer Programs
ACT Academy is an annual residential summer program hosted on the University of Arkansas Fayetteville campus to help students tackle the ACT and provide more information about college admissions, academics, and campus life. Students will work on developing their ACT test-taking skills as well as learn about the many exciting opportunities at the University of Arkansas while staying in a residence hall and experiencing campus life.
We will host two sessions of ACT Academy in summer 2023:
Session 1: June 6-10
Session 2: July 11-15
Application: The application will open on November 1, 2023 and will close on April 1, 2023. Students will be notified if they are selected to attend mid-April. No late applications will be accepted. When the application is open, you will be able to access the link here or on our website.
Cost: It is free to apply. If selected/invited, students will need to pay a $30 program fee plus the ACT registration fee. More information will be sent to those invited on the fees. Students on free/reduced lunch have the potential to have both fees waived. The cost of the residence hall, meals, and classroom supplies are covered by the College Access Initiative.
Students must be in 10th-12th grade in the 2023-2024 academic year to apply.
Students who are invited and attend ACT Academy must stay on campus in the residence hall and participate in all parts of the entire program.
Jump Start is an annual residential summer program hosted on the University of Arkansas Fayetteville campus that helps rising seniors interested in applying to the UA get a jump start on several college-going processes. Students who attend will complete the UA admissions application, start the scholarship search process, network with departments across campus, and more.
We will host one session of Jump Start in summer 2023:
Application: The application will open on November 1, 2023, and will close on April 1, 2023. Students will be notified if they are selected to attend mid-April. No late applications will be accepted. When the application is open, you will be able to access the link here or on our website.
Cost: It is free to apply. If selected/invited, students will need to pay a $40 program fee. Students on free/reduced lunch have the potential to have the program fee waived. The cost of the residence hall, meals, and classroom supplies are covered by the College Access Initiative.
Students must be graduating high school in December 2023 or May 2024 to apply.
Students must have interest in applying to and learning more about the University of Arkansas.
Students must be currently on track to meet the UA’s automatic admission criteria (3.0 GPA)
Students who are invited and attend Jump Start must stay on campus in the residence hall and participate in all parts of the entire program.
Great Opportunity for Future Teachers
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For applications visit https://www.mountainburg.org/
Applications are available on the APPLICATIONS PAGE. Please save this application and then email it, along with the other supporting documents to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If email is not available, please send all documents to: Superintendent – Mountainburg Public Schools 129 Hwy 71 SW Mountainburg, AR 72946
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER—The Mountainburg School District does not discriminate in employment and education practices relative to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, or disability.
Keep Up with Mountainburg Schools
The Mountainburg Board of Education meets once a month unless a special meeting is needed. A study session will be held at 5:15 and the business session will be at 6:00 PM. Meetings are held downstairs in the Mountainburg Administration Building.
Any changes regarding meeting dates and/or times will be posted on Facebook and the LiveFeed on the district website.
- July 18, 2022
- August 15
- September 19
- October 24
- November 14
- December 12
- January 16, 2023
- February 20
- March 13
- April 17
- May 15
- June 19
Location: 129 U.S. 71, Mountainburg, AR, USA
Phone: (479) 369-2121