Welcome to Mullan School District #392​

The Mullan School District is committed to providing a safe, inspiring, enriching and rewarding educational environment for the purpose of helping students live satisfying and fulfilling lives while attaining and maintaining their maximum potential as successful, productive citizens.

The school district is also committed to working with business and community leaders, local, state, and federal governmental officials and agencies to help foster an economically and socially sustainable environment for our school district, while protecting our historical and cultural community values.

District Announcements

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the regular meetings of the Board of Trustees of the Mullan School District will be held for the conduct of business at 7:00 p.m. in the John Mullan Elementary Board/Faculty Room on the SECOND Monday of each month continuing through December 2025, unless the Board duly cancels such regular meeting or, by resolution and written notice, changes the uniform day of the uniform week designated for regular meetings of the Board.


Said regular meetings of the Board of Trustees are held pursuant to Section 33-510, Idaho Code.


Dated this 8th day of January, 2024                                                                 

Cathy Anderson, Clerk of Mullan School District #392,  Shoshone County, Idaho

Special Education Survey Notice

Tell Us About your Experience.

If you are a parent of a student  receiving special education services, the Idaho Department of Education wants your feedback.

The Parent Involvement Survey is you r chance to give input about how well your student's school has involved you in their education.  If you receive a Parent Involvement Survey from the Department through email or mail, please take a few minutes to complete the survey.

Keep an eye out, surveys will be sent out during the first week of June from the address noreply@experience.idaho.gov.

Your input can help improve parent involvement in Idaho.


Mullan is looking for several certified individuals for the 2024/2025 school year.

We have five positions to fill.

Individuals with multiple endorsements are encouraged to apply.

Music Teacher (Elementary & Secondary)

Secondary Title 1 Aide

Extracurricular Positions

Football Coach

Head Boys Basketball Coach

Assistant Boys Basketball Coach

Applications can be found on our website MULLANSCHOOLS.COM.

Application can be found on our web-site mullanschools.com.

Send applications and inquires to

Mullan School District #392

345 Park St.

Mullan, ID 83846

District Office 208-744-1118

Or canderson@mullanschools.com

Application - Certified Teacher.pdf

Tiger Talk

May is a bittersweet time for educators. We're busy with end of the year lessons and activities, and, like the students, we're guilty of counting the days until summer break. On the flip side, however, is the realization that the seniors (some kids we've had in our school for over 12 years). It's hard to say goodbye. Yes, we wish them well in their future endeavors, but we know we'll miss them. This year's class has scholars, athletes, artists, comedians, poets, musicians, and dancers, just to name a few of their attributes, and I look forward to hearing where life's journey takes them. I hope they realize what a privilege it's been to share this part of the trip.

High school continues a successful year.  Our regional track meet had Kofi Appiah running the 100 and 200 meter; Autumn Charvez with 100 & 200 meter, and shotput; Michal Morgan with shot put and discus, and Josh Waddell with shot put and discus.  Kofi Appiah qualified for the state track meet in Boise for both the 100 and 200 meter.  GO TIGERS!!

Mullan golfers had a great season on the course.  The following made regionals:  Kofi Appiah, Zeke Hess, Logan Petit, Steve Petit, Alex Trogden, Avah Blankenship, Autumn Charvez, Danika Niemi, and Rylee Niemi. Kofi and Autumn are double-sport spring athletes with track and golf! Unfortunately, none of our golfers made the cut for state, but we are proud of their accomplishments for the season.

The Mullan Drama Club “Dead Men Don’t Need a Dress Rehearsal” under the direction of Mrs. Debra Morris on April 26-27. Our students are born actors and put on a great performance!  Actors include Blake Knoll, Josh Houston, Zeke Hess, Steve Petit, Alyssa Bosson, Hayden Hass, Rylee Niemi, Logan Petit, Rianna Owens, and Avah Blankenship.  Stage support crew includes Lacie Morris, Caylee Crandall, MHS Shop Class, Sherry Leitz, and Marie Evans. 

North Idaho Region 1 recognized the top ten percent of each high school’s junior class.  Mullan recipients of this award were Laeylah Parish and Talan Rupp Connors.  Each received a certificate and a medallion in recognition of their award at a ceremony held at NIC Boswell Hall on April 24.  Congratulations Laehlah and Talan!!

In addition, the North Idaho Student Teacher Academic Recognition (NISTAR) banquet was held at the Best Western Coeur d’Alene Inn on Monday, April 22.  NISTAR students are recognized based on both academics and activities, along with ranking in the top 10% of their class.  Josh Houston and Zeke Hess were MHS NISTAR students.  They chose the educator who made the most outstanding contribution to their scholastic development. Josh selected Mr. Clark, and Josh chose Mr. Spooner.  Congratulations Josh, Zeke, Mr. Clark and Mr. Spooner!  

The senior class gave their presentations of the Senior Projects on May 1 & 3.  This assignment is geared towards research and reflection of their educational and career prospects after graduation.  The seniors did an outstanding job presenting each of their post graduate plans!!

Gabe Haas was our Mullan band student and joined the St. Regis band for their spring concert on Wednesday, May 8 in Mullan. The virtual band class with Mr. Derek Larson and St. Regis has been an innovative way to keep music in our junior high school.  Thank you to Derek and to Kayla Frazier for making this possible!

Looking forward:  

School Board Meeting - May 13

HS Awards Ceremony - May 15

State Track in Middleton - May 16-18

HS Sports Banquet - May 21

Kindergarten Graduation - May 22

HS Graduation - May 24

Memorial Day - May 27

8th Grade Graduation - May 28

Last Day of School (!) - May 31


Thanks to all who continue to make Mullan Junior/Senior High School the best school with the best students, best teachers, best parents in the best little town in Idaho!!

Jacki Almquist


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