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Welcome to Melba Jr/Sr High School


6870 Stokes Lane
Melba ID 83641
Office #: 208-495-2221
Fax #: 208-495-2188

2014-2015 Student Handbook
2014-2015 School Calendar
School Supplies List

Calendar Section
News Section
School Fees Section
Principal's Corner

Melba Junior/Senior High School:

Calendar Events

September 15 - 20 Theme: Superhero Week


Dance Practice Class - 4:00-5:00pm


JR High Football at Marsing - 4:15pm - 2:45pm leave time
High School Volleyball home vs Marsing - 5:00pm


JR High 7th Grade Volleyball at Cole Valley - 4:15pm - 3:00pm
JR High 8th Grade Volleyball home vs Cole Valley - 4:15pm


Cross Country at Nyssa - 4:00pm - 2:00pm leave time
High School Volleyball at New Plymouth - 5:00pm - 3:15pm leave time
JR High Volleyball at Nampa Christian - 4:15pm - 3:00pm



Varsity Football vs West Side in Burley at 1:00pm Leave time TBD

Melba JR-SR High School News

Weekly Theme

The theme of the week this week is Superhero Week. The student council challenges as many people as possible to come decked out in all their superhero wear at all school and sporting events. We would love if people would post their pictures on social media using the hashtag: #MelbaSuperHero

Spirit Shirts for Sale

The Melba High School Student Council will be selling spirit shirts for $10 each. Please feel free to contact Student Council advisor Ms. Bosch-Wilson to order one. A shirt will be set aside for you to come and pick up. The logo is as shown below:

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Applied Math Students Create Bridge

Adam Bradshaw and Kyle Shaul designed and built this toothpick bridge in Mrs Hyde's Applied Math class. The bridge weighed 106 grams and held up 225 lbs plus the weight of a metal trash can. Way to go Adam and Kyle!

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Blood Pressure Screenings for Staff, Middle & High School Students

There will be blood pressure screenings available for all staff, middle, and high school students during the middle school and high school lunch period from Monday through Thursday, September 22-25.

Melba Crimsonettes Thirty-One Raffle

The Melba Crimsonettes are selling "Thirty-One" raffle tickets. For 15 days in October a name will be drawn for the winner of a $35 value Thirty-One item. Proceeds will go towards choreography and competition fees for the dance team. Contact Coach Cindy Hill or a dance team member and purchase your tickets today!

Raffle ticket prices are:

  • $5 - 1 ticket
  • $10 - 3 tickets
  • $20 - 8 tickets

Moxie Java Fundraisers

Starting Monday, September 22, Melba High School will be hosting Moxie Java Mornings every Monday and Thursday morning, from 6:45-7:45am in front of the high school. Brewed coffee will be $2 and other drinks will be $3.75. Please come and have some delicious drinks!

Dance Team Classes & Clinics

Every Monday in September, there will be technique classes for current dance team members and anyone interested in trying out for the competition season. The classes will be from 4:00-5:00pm and the cost is $5 per class (non-team-members) which will go towards choreography fees if chosen to be on the team. On Wednesday, September 10, there will be a parents meeting and fundraiser kick-off for all interested members and prospective dancers. We will be having tryouts on Thursday, October 9, after a week long clinic held October 6-9 for boys and girls grades 9-12. All participants in the clinic will perform at halftime for Homecoming on Friday, October 10. The clinics will also be for Flash Mob 2014 and will be open to the community ages 3 and up with a $20 fee.

Washington DC Trip Meeting

An important meeting for the upcoming Junior High Washington D.C. trip will be held Wednesday, September 24, at 5:00pm in the Commons area. Receive $25 off your child's trip by attending this fun 30-minute parent meeting to learn more about this exciting opportunity. For trip information and to sign up for the trip online visit and use Trip ID #107106. For more information contact Vonnie Willis or call at 208-495-2230.

Washington D.C. Trip Information

Melba FFA Dairy Judging Team

The Melba FFA Dairy Judging team placed 4th overall as a team in competition with individual placement as below:

  • Georgia Berrett - 5th
  • Jayme Bills - 9th
  • Jerod Berrett - 13th
  • Michelle Riley - 16th
  • Michael Reiber - 18th
  • Timber Brower - 20th
  • Megan Smith - 30th
  • Julia Reeves - 48th

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Fabrication Class Needs Livestock Panels

The Melba High School Fabrication class is looking for people to donate bent and/or broken livestock panels. The panels will be fixed and re-sold to raise money for future projects. If you have panels you would like to get rid of, please contact Mr. Silver or any student which you know is in the class.

Information about Dual Credit Classes

Melba High School offers Dual Credit in multiple classes. It is a great way to get a head start going to college. Any student who is on free or reduced lunches can get some credits for free with proper paperwork. A scholarship essay of one page should sent to CWI for a financial need scholarship. More information is in Dual Credit form book. Additionally, Seniors can receive $400 and Juniors can receive $200 from the state by completing the Fast Forward document. Visit the Advanced Opportunities webpage for more information on the Fast Forward program. Junior and Senior students must fill out a paper for each dual credit class they take.

Important Dual Credit dates:

  • Scholarship Papers are due to CWI on September 12 - must be mailed
  • Registration is due on the September 22 - To Mr. Lincoln
  • Payment due December 16
  • Drop deadline January 16
  • Withdrawal deadline January 30

Melba Dual Credit Classes:

English 11 Phsical Therapy Aide Business Computer App
English 12 Certified Nursing Asst Accounting
Pre-Calc/Trig Pharmacy Tech Physics
Calculus American Gov (fall) Chemistry
Health Occupations American Gov (spring) EA (1st Year)
Medical Anatomy/Term Sociology EA (2nd year)
Sports Med 1 History 1 Entrepreneur
Sports Med 2 History 2 Welding 1
Welding 2

Get MHS Home Game Passes

Get your season passes for Melba High School home games. These are good for Football, Volleyball, Basketball and Wrestling. They are not valid for jamborees, WIC League, District or State Tournaments. Costs are:

  • Individual $90
  • Couple $140
  • Family $160

Come by the High School office to purchase or at the first home games to save money on admission prices!

Melba College and Career Readiness Pathways

Melba JR/SR High School has organized the College and Career Readiness Pathways Plan for all students who are interested in earning college credits towards specific career certifications or college opportunities. Each Pathway shows parents and students what classes need to be taken year by year to earn these credits and receive the training towards career certifications.

College and Career Readiness Pathways

Computers For Kids

Parents and Students: Would you like to recieve a computer?
Follow this link for details on how you can get one for free or at a discounted price:

Computers for Kids Idaho

Melba Junior/Senior High School
2014-2015 Student Fees
Item Fee
Class Dues:
Senior (includes Cap/Gown) $35
Junior $20
Sophomore $15
Freshman $10
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High School Yearbook $55
Junior High Yearbook $25
JR/SR High School Activity Card$25
Technology Fee$5
Art Fee - Per Semester $20
Lock - $3 credit upon return in usable condition $5
Pay to Participate:
HS Athletics - per sport $50
JR High Athletics - per sport $25
School Lunch
Student Meal: $1.85
Adult Meal: $3.50

Melba JR/SR High School
Bell Schedule 2014-2015

7th -8th grade


9th -12th grade


1st    7:52-8:52


1st    7:52-8:52


2nd   8:55-9:55


2nd   8:55-9:55






3rd    10:03-11:03


3rd   10:03-11:03


4th    11:06-12:06


4th   11:06-12:06




5B   12:09-1:09


5A   12:35-1:35




6th    1:38-2:38


6th    1:38-2:38


7th    2:41-3:41


7th    2:41-3:41


Principal's Corner

It is hard to believe that we are one month into the school year already! It has been great to see the excitement of all the new beginnings that come with this time of year. Our fall sports teams are on the path to successful seasons. They have faced some adversity and are getting through it and showing some growth and improvement, indicators of true success. One school record was already broken as Rylan Manzer. He broke the time record for cross country in the first meet. The best thing I have seen is the school spirit. I challenged the school to increase school spirit and I have seen it improve. We have had rowdy, positive, and enthusiastic crowds at all of our events. I invite the community to join in on our school spirit. Sing the school song. Join in on the cheers. Visit the school website and see what the theme of the week is and then join in. Encourage your student to do the best they can and then celebrate successes! Let he or she know how proud you are of that great score on a test for example. Be involved with your student. Ask how class is, who is their favorite teacher, what class are they struggling in? Check powerschool weekly. It is a fantastic tool to know exactly how your student is doing. There are great things happening in Melba. Be a part of it!

Go Mustangs!

Eric Forsgren
Principal MHS