April Newsletter

MHHS: Important information for Upcoming Events!

Student Led Teacher Conference

SLTC: May 1, 2019

Our final Student Led Teacher Conference is May 1, 2019, from 3:30-6:30 PM. This night is also our Senior Presentation Night when we celebrate our students' excellent senior projects. We invite all patrons and parents to visit our school on May 1, 2019, during the Student Led Teacher Conference to view these projects, visit with the faculty and staff, and check on the progress of their students. As always, we strive to assist your students in every way possible to assure their future success! We are also serving a sweet treat! See you there!

Senior Spotlight Night

Senior Spotlight: May 10, 2019

The MHHS Senior Spotlight Night is on May 10, 2019, at Rupert Elks. The festivities begin at 5:30 PM. Please contact Ms. Dallolio at MHHS if you have further questions. Our number is 208-436-6252 ext. 215.

Minidoka County School District Bond Election

Upcoming Bond Election: May 21, 2019

Minidoka County School District Bond Election

Minidoka County School District encourages all eligible residents of Minidoka County to vote in the May 21, 2019, bond election. The following are the plans for the use of the monies from the bond for specific improvements to MHHS:

  • Two additional classrooms at MHHS.
  • Upgrade HVAC at MHHS.
  • The replacement of all hollow-core doors in all secondary schools.

Additional monies are scheduled for improvements throughout the district. To explore more improvements, please check out the Minidoka County School District Home Page. If you need an absentee ballot, please contact the Minidoka County Courthouse with this information!

MHHS Graduation Class of 2019

Graduation: May 22, 2019

Please join our MHHS family for the 2019 graduation. Our students walk the stage at Minico High School Auditorium on May 22, 2019, at 6:00 PM. We are proud of our students and welcome all of our families to share in our appreciation of these students and their hard work! Seating is often limited, so please come early enough to share this joyous event!

MHHS End of Year BBQ Bash

BBQ Bash: May 30, 2019

Come join us for a celebration of the 2018-2019 school year on May 30, 2019, from 10:30 AM to 1:00 PM. The faculty, staff and community members are cooking and serving hamburgers, hotdogs, french fries, drinks, cookies and all the condiments! Along with the excellent food, door prizes and drawings, a bounce house and the Idaho Army National Guard's obstacle course will present wonderful activities for students and parents alike! As always, this our treat as a way of saying thank you for being such awesome students, parents and patrons of MHHS. Prior to the celebration, an awards assembly will take take place at MHHS. Stay tuned for further details on this event!

Student Engagement: The ARTS! Hands on Gets a Hand!

Focus on Youth: Written by Angela Schneider

MHHS students participation in a talent show at the Wilson Theatre on April 5 and April 6, 2019, which was sponsored by the DeMary Library. This was an event to display local student’s amazing talents in a variety of areas such as: dancing, singing, sculpting, and drawing.

Our outstanding students from Mrs. Hurst’s English 11A and Mrs. Schneider’s English 9A classes submitted polymer clay projects. Descriptions of each project is defined below:

Candi Hurst:

Polymer Clay Rabbits: English 11A MHHS 2019-2020

The authentic artifact, the creation of an articulated polymer clay rabbit modeled after Edward Tulane, generated by the English 11A course focuses on the following areas of development:

  • Student engagement

  • STEM to STEAM design and application

  • Listening and revision of instructions and skills

  • Character development

This project revolves around the book The Miraculous of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo (2006). The book focuses on the changes in a character through life’s changes and trials. This book is also loosely based on the classical novel Orlando by Virginia Wolfe (1928), also focusing on changes throughout a plethora of lifetime experiences.

Angela Schneider:

Polymer Clay Mice: English 9A MHHS 2019-2020

Students were encouraged to create a replica of Stargirl’s pet rat to illustrate a character within the story of Stargirl. English 9A focuses on:

  • Creating Student-centered work

  • Comprehending literary text

  • Developing the ability to design a work of art

  • Experiencing a different medium

This project encompasses information from the novel by Jerry Spinelli, entitled: Stargirl (2000). The novel describes a young teen expressing herself uniquely and the narrator’s personal account of how he falls in love with Stargirl.

Furthermore, one student, Ayla Hernandez, submitted multiple pieces of her drawings and sculpting. Also, she had the courage to dance and sing on Saturday at the Wilson Theater. Thank you to everyone that submitted their projects.


MHHS is the alternative school for Minidoka County School District. We are proud to serve alternative students and engage them in alternative manners to assure strong connects to curriculum and learning.

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