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

The Silver Valley Career Fair will take place on March 8th for all high school students (9th-12th grade) from Mullan, Wallace, and Kellogg! We are still looking for local vendors and businesses to present to students. If your business is currently searching for employees, interested in spreading information about your career or industry, or wants to hand out job applications, please sign up to attend the Career Fair! This is an excellent opportunity to educate the next generation about career possibilities in the Silver Valley. We are looking for all types of businesses: FOOD/BEVERAGE, MEDICAL/EMT, VETERINARY, RETAIL, RECREATION, AUTO, TOURISM, SECONDARY EDUCATION, HVAC, PLUMBING, ETC.!

 

The fair will be set up similarly to a business conference where students will have the ability to register for breakout sessions hosted by local businesses – these breakout sessions will allow businesses to explain and/or demonstrate what their business does and how a person could benefit from working for that company or in that industry. Businesses can also set up a booth and interact with students at their booth when they aren’t attending one of the breakout sessions.There are spots available for walk-by booth vendors or for 30-minute presentations to small groups of students. 

 

If your business/organization is interested in participating in this event, please sign up at the following link: https://forms.gle/39UjuWQYKkEpSVY27  If you have any additional questions, please contact Tina Karst 

Positions Open:

Part-Time Music Teacher Full-Time Elementary Special Education Aide        

Boys Varsity Assistant Basketball Coach       Full-Time Counselor

Contact District Office 208-744-1118

Application - Certified Teacher.pdf

Tiger Talk

We’ve started the second semester of the year, and the students have been super busy with new classes, activities, and basketball games!  The seniors have been filling out college applications and scholarships with a renewed sense of urgency as deadlines are approaching.  We have a number of students who are planning to attend post-secondary schools next year, and it’s fun to hear them making plans and considering their future options.  They’ve demonstrated considerable patience with the new FAFSA platform that hasn’t always been user-friendly.  Thank you to all the parents who attended the workshop in January.  I hope your efforts pay BIG dividends!!


Mullan hosted the annual girls and boys junior high basketball tournament on January 27 at the Little Gym and the Pavilion.  The tournament included 16 teams from Mullan, Kootenai, Coeur d’ Alene Tribal, Genesis Prep, Kellogg, Lakeside, and Wallace with over 150 athletes participating.  What a great event for our current and future hoopsters - a BIG shoutout to Mr. Spooner for the planning and coordinating of this event and another shoutout of thanks to the many volunteers who gave their time and support to make it happen.


Although the junior high basketball season is finished, the kids played through a tough season.  Every game, however, brought new and improved team playing ability and individual skills improvement.  We are all so proud of your efforts, even though they didn’t always show up on the scoreboard.  We will have a stronger team next year because of your hard work!  


Looking forward:  


HS Basketball (girls & boys) @ Lakeland - February 6

HS Girls Basketball District Tournament @ NIC - February 7

HS Boys Basketball @ Lakeside JV - February 12

School Board Meeting - February 12

HS Basketball (boys) @ Kootenai - February 13

HS Basketball (boys) @ Wallace - February 15

Presidents’ Day Weekend - February 16 and February 19  (No School)

HS Boys Basketball District Tournament @ NIC - February 20 & 22


Thanks to all who continue to make Mullan Junior/Senior High School the best school with the best students and best sports fans!!



Jacki Almquist

Principal

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