Dragon Weekly

Week of October 19

There is Always Something Great Happening at Mountainburg Schools!

We are continuing to work hard to provide effective means of communication about Mountainburg Schools to students, parents, and patrons.

If you have students enrolled in Mountainburg Schools, onsite or in the Dragon Virtual Academy, and you are not receiving texts, phone calls, or emails from the school (and plenty of each has been sent out), please contact the appropriate campus office(s) to make sure the information that is in E-School is correct.

Communication is paramount between the schools, the family, and the community.


Below is information for Parent-Teacher Conferences at each campus.

Mountainburg Middle School and Mountainburg High School

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Mountainburg Elementary

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BE Happy, BE Free, BE a Drug Free Dragon!

All the campuses will be participating in Red Ribbon Week, October 27-30:

  • MMS and MHS students will be having a class competition to see which class can get the most commitment signatures to be drug-free on their class poster.
  • MMS and MHS students will also be doing a daily reading that is chosen by the English teachers. Students will be encouraged to write what the theme, BE Happy, BE Free, BE a Drug-Free Dragon! means to them.

This is a great time for parents to talk to their children about what being drug-free means.

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  • Opioid abuse is now the leading cause of accidental deaths in the United States with one in five high school seniors reporting that they have misused prescription drugs

  • Children of parents who talk to their teens regularly about drugs are 42% less likely to use drugs than those who don’t; yet, only a quarter of teens report having these conversations.

Senior Recognition

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Senior members of the Dragons Football Team, Dragon Cheerleaders, Band of Dragons, and Guard of Dragons will be recognized in a pre-game recognition ceremony on Friday, November 6, 6:30 PM.

Family and Community Engagement (FACE)

There is nothing more valuable for a child than to see their parent(s) involved in their education and their extracurricular activities. It truly can make a world of difference.
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Annie Beasley and Bryce Beasley competed at the Junior Sheep Council over the weekend.

Results from Arkansas Junior Sheep Council:

Annie Beasley

  • Reserve Premier Exhibitor
  • Reserve Overall Senior Showman
  • One of the Top 10 ABL

Bryce Beasley

  • Reserve Premier Exhibitor
  • Overall Junior Showman
  • One of the Top 10 ABL

Good Job and thank you for always representing yourselves, your family, our school, and our community in all of your livestock competitions.


This week at Mountainburg Middle School Brain Academy, students participated in a workshop about what it really means to be DRAGON STRONG! Here are some art pieces that were created when asked what being DRAGON STRONG meant to them.

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Campus Offices:

  • Mountainburg Elementary - 479.369.2762
  • Mountainburg Middle School - 479.369.4506
  • Mountainburg High School - 479.369.2146
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