MHHS September Newsletter

Something's Happening Here!

Event of the Month!

Student Council: STUCO on the Ropes

STUCO at Kiwanis Luncheon.

Mr. Arritt and Ms. Thompson took three Student Council members to the Kiwanis Luncheon today to speak to them about our school. Lupita, Alex, and Natalie did an amazing job, and represented our school well! They were all very eloquent, and really helped the audience understand what it means to be a Phoenix, and what makes Mt. Harrison so amazing! (Left to Right: Alex Lopez, Natalie Cruz and Lupita Paz)

MHHS: Mt. Harrison High School

MHHS is the alternative school for Minidoka Count School District. MHHS provides an alternative learning environment for various learning styles and students' needs. MHHS is proud to follow the concept of R.I.S.E.





Meet the Staff: Math!

The Importance of Mathematics

We use Mathematics in our everyday life. Math builds critical thinking, problem solving, budgeting, and builds confidence in the ability to try something new with limited fear. Some careers related to math include:

  • Engineering
  • Bio-Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Finances
  • Business Ownership
  • Construction
  • Mechanics
  • Welding
  • Farming/Agriculture
  • Cooking
  • Art
  • Web Design

For further careers on Mathematics visit the Math Career Resources page at Irvine University in the California.

Announcements: Save the Dates for October Events

  • SLTC MHHS: September 19, 2018 3:00-6:30 PM
  • Teacher Inservice: October 4-5, 2018: No School
  • PTC: October 18, 2018: Early Release. 1 PM
  • PTC: October 19, 2018: No School
  • 2nd Quarter: MHHS October 24, 2018

MHHS Senior Hoodies

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Hispanic Youth Symposium: September 17, 2018

Students attended the Hispanic Youth Symposium at College of Southern Idaho to visit colleges and universities for further educational experiences and sign up for scholarship interviews. Pictured left to right, Ysabelle Campos, Breanna Tellez, Lupita Paz and Cindy Camarillo.

Students of the Week: September

Jay Gaza: September 10-14, 2018

Mr. Garza is currently a senior at MHHS. He is a successful student, a responsible administrative assistant and a positive influence on his peers and friends. Mr. Garza's Senior Project is on Becoming a Police Officer! Mr. Garza's peers describe him as friendly, kind and willing to listen with a sympathic ear. Congratulations Mr. Jay Garza!

Taylor Cantu: September 17-21, 2018

Taylor Cantu is a self-described artist, adventurer and a super creative person. Ms. Cantu attends MHHS and says, "Going to school prepares me to go on after high school. I am getting excited to start my Senior Project!" Ms. Cantu's Senior Project covers photography and a career pursuing the art of taking pictures. Congratulations Ms. Cantu!