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

February 23, 2023 

On Tuesday, Mullan High School was contacted by the Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) regarding hoax school shooting phone calls that are being placed around the country.  The latest one was made to a high school in Coeur d’ Alene.  These phone calls have been investigated and found to be unsubstantiated.  That said, however, if one of these calls are made to SCSO, they will respond as if it is an actual event until proven otherwise.  

Please don’t hesitate to contact Les or me if you have any questions or additional information/concerns. 

Jacki Almquist


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 2022, 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 10th day of January, 2022                                                                 

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


For those students who were in Special Education in the Kellogg, Wallace or Mullan Schools

through the year 2016, Silver Valley Special Services COOP will be destroying inactive special

education files. Inactive special education files through the year 2016 are scheduled to be

destroyed the first week of June 2023. Destruction of these records is the best protection

against improper and unauthorized disclosure. Please be aware that if you have special

education records on file with the school district, these records may be needed for Social

Security benefits or for other purposes in the future. If you would like your special education

file please call 208-784-7430 prior to May 5, 2023. You may pick up your file at the Silver Valley

Special Services Coop office located in the Kellogg Administrative Annex after making


Positions Open:

Part-Time Music Teacher         Full-Time Special Education Aide

Part-Time Elementary Aide

Contact District Office 208-744-1118

Application - Certified Teacher.pdf

Tiger Talk

I first want to take a moment to recognize the number of students who participate in school activities at Mullan - OVER 90% of our students participate in an extra-curricular activity such as sports, drama, or study body officer, and this number doesn’t include class activities, such as yearbook, band, and filming games which would push it to 100%.  This is an AMAZING number that few other schools can claim.  BRAVO to the Mullan students!!

It doesn’t seem possible, but the last month of school is here!  With the end in sight, we will continue to ride the tsunami wave of activities that will get us to June 2!  

High school and junior high track continue on their quest for top performances.  According to Coach Leitz, “The amount of progress for both junior and high school tracksters is amazing with multiple personal records at each track meet.”  With district and state track meets just around the corner, Mullan is showing a lot of potential!!  GO TIGERS!!

Mullan golfers have also been working hard on the course.  Coach Paul Elston says, “We have 6 golfers, 4 of whom also run track.  The kids have been improving since we began, and the scores are starting to come down.”  The double-sport athletes include Steve Petit, Zeke, Hess, Kofa Appiah, and Austin Zingler with Kason Lowman and Blake Knoll in their first year at golf.

The Mullan Drama Club gave a wonderful performance of “How I Met Your Mummy” under the direction of Mrs. Debra Morris on April 28-29. The kids were outstanding and demonstrated a natural ability toward comedy and slapstick!!  Performers include Leah Frazier, Livia Blankenship, Caitlin Garitone, Blake Knoll, Josh Houston, Zeke Hess, Austin Zingler, Jazzmyn Nelson, Logan Petit, Willow Puschert, and Avah Blankenship.  Stage support crew includes Zack Fritz, MHS Shop Class, Sherry Leitz, and Marie Evans. 

Each year North Idaho Region 1 recognizes the top ten percent of each high school’s junior class.  Mullan recipients of this award were Jazzmyn Nelson and Zeke Hess.  Each received a certificate and a medallion in recognition of their award at a ceremony held at NIC Boswell Hall on April 26.  Way to go, Jazzmyn and Zeke!

The North Idaho Student Teacher Academic Recognition (NISTAR) banquet was held at the Best Western Coeur d’Alene Inn on Monday, May 1.  NISTAR students are recognized based on both academics and activities, along with ranking in the top 10% of their class.  Caitlin Garitone and Zack Fritz were MHS NISTAR students.  They, in turn, chose an educator who made the most outstanding contribution to their scholastic development. Caitlin selected Ms. Leitz, and Zack selected Mr. Elson.  Congratulations to both Caitlin and Zack!  

The senior class will be giving their presentations of the Senior Projects on May 3.  This assignment is geared towards research and reflection of their educational and career prospects after graduation.  Mr. Paul Elston and several staff members will be the evaluators.

Junior high band students will have their spring concerts on Wednesday, May 3, in Mullan and on Thursday, May 4, in St. Regis.  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:  

HS Track @ Kootenai - May 2

HS Golf @ St. Maries - May 3

HS Golf @ Wallace - May 4

HS Meet of Champs Track Meet @ Post Falls - May 4

JH Track @ Timberlake - May 5

School Board Meeting - May 8

District Track @ Kamiah - May 12-13

“Paint the M” - May 15

HS Town Cleanup - May 16

HS Awards Ceremony - May 17

Elementary Town Cleanup - May 19

HS State Track @ Middleton - May 19-20

HS Sports Banquet - May 22

Kindergarten Graduation - May 24

HS Graduation - May 26

Memorial Day - May 29

8th Grade Graduation - May 30

Last Day of School (!) - June 2


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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