Contact Info

Melba School District
PO Box 185
520 Broadway Avenue
Melba, ID 83641

District:
Jr/Sr High School:
Elementary School:

(208)495-1141
(208)495-2221
(208)495-2508

Fax: 495-1142
Fax: 495-2188
Fax: 495-2367





Melba School District #136

Melba School District #136

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MJHS/MHS Students Bring Headphones for SBAC
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Friday, 18 April 2014 01:28

Attention Melba Junior-Senior High Parents:

7th-11th grade students need to come to school with earbuds or headphones on April 21, 23, 28, and 30 for SBAC testing. The school has headphones available for students who do not have their own.

 
MHS Students Injured in Crash
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Thursday, 17 April 2014 13:53

Thursday April 10th, Andrew and Steven Snead were involved in a rollover accident on their way home from baseball and track practice. Steven was taken to a hospital in Nampa by ambulance, and was released that evening. He is doing well and is already back to school.

Andrew was taken by Life Flight to St. Alphonsus in Boise with more severe injuries. On Friday evening he had surgery on his right hand to fix some issues from the accident. He was then placed in the ICU with injuries to his back and head. He has a small cranium crack and due to this, had a small amount of brain bleeding which has now stopped. He also suffered a broken vertebra in his back, and will undergo surgery on April 16, 2014. He has a broken T-11 vertebra and the doctors are going to hopefully be able to fix this today through surgery.

The Snead family is very optimistic and have faith that Andrew is going to be okay. Currently they are asking for no visitors, due to the fact that they are trying to allow Andrew to rest and limit the amount of processing his brain has to do as this will allow him to heal faster. They are hoping he will soon be moved to his own room, and Andrew will be able to begin getting visitors.

The Snead family expressed great appreciation for the support from the Melba community. If you are interested in updates on Andrew’s condition, check out the Melba Mustangs Facebook page.

 
Melba Little League T-Ball and Coach Pitch
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Monday, 14 April 2014 19:19

Melba Little League is accepting sign-ups for T-Ball and Coach Pitch players. Sign-up sheets are going home home with students and are available on the Melba school website. All qualifying members of the community are welcome to participate. Team sponsors and volunteers are also needed. Forms and payment should be returned to the Elementary school office by April 24. The forms below are able to be filled out on the computer using Adobe Reader.

  • T-Ball: boys and girls age 4-6 (as of 9/1/13)
    • $25
  • Coach Pitch: boys and girls age 7-8 (as of 9/1/13)
    • $35

Melba Little League T-Ball and Coach Pitch Sign-up Form

Melba Little League Registración deT-Ball y Coach Pitch

Last Updated on Monday, 14 April 2014 19:44
 
Lil' Stangs Football Camp
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Monday, 14 April 2014 22:12

Melba Football is presenting Lil' Stangs Football Camp to be held Tuesday, May 13, through Thursday, May 15, from 4:00-5:30pm at the Elementary Field. All children who will be in 1st through 6th grade in the fall are welcome to register. Campers will be taught football fundamentals along with Melba Football schemes and techniques. Early registration through May 1 is $25, after May 1 through the first day of camp registration is $35. Campers will receive a Tee Shirt. Payment should be brought to the Melba High School office and made out to Melba Football. For more information contact Coach Jordon Coffin.

Lil' Stangs Football Camp Registration Form

 
Football Players Selling Jerky
Written by webmaster   
Monday, 07 April 2014 16:50

Melba Football players will be selling Golden Valley Natural Beef jerky starting Tuesday, April 8, to pay for their summer camps, spirit packs, and pay to participate. Golden Valley Natural Beef jerky is made in Idaho Falls. The sale will last two weeks and all money earned will go directly to the player expenses. Please contact Jordon Coffin if you are interested in supporting a player as the Mustangs make a push to have their most successful summer ever. Great summers turn into great teams and great seasons! Thank you for your support.

Last Updated on Monday, 07 April 2014 16:55
 
FCCLA will Soar to Texas in July
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Monday, 14 April 2014 20:50

Melba FCCLA (Family Career and Community Leaders or America) attended the State Leadership Conference this last weekend in Boise, with 600 other FCCLA members from around the state. While at the SLC members learned new leadership skills, listened to motivational speakers, participated in community service projects and participated in STAR (Student Taking Action for Recognition) Events competitions.

Melba FCCLA members donated 8 blankets to Project Linus and made donations to the Ronald McDonald house. The Melba FCCLA received recognition for the following projects: Community Service, Financial Fitness, Student Body, Families First and was recognized as an Outstanding Idaho Chapter. Participation in these projects earned Melba FCCLA one hundred dollars.

Individual awards included: Interior Design, Erika Svedin, Jaden Beus and Sierra Bahem. They designed a house, including floorplans, elevations, budgets, and swatches of all paints, curtains, and upholstery for an elderly couple in a pocket neighborhood. These girls earned a silver award and placed first in the state. Karina Zavala competed in Interpersonal Communications. Karina and Jazmin Acosta conducted a bullying project with Mrs. Dickards 5th grade class. Karina earned a bronze medal and placed second in the state. Yolese Leon competed in Fashion Design where she drew 6 different dresses, chose one that she constructed, created a label, a marketing plan and budget to mass product her line. She placed second in the state. Suzi Stirm competed in Sports Nutrition where she choose a student athlete in a specific sport, designed meals for competitive and noncompetitive days, compared the food intake to the RDA and RDIs, created an activity schedule and suggest an app to be used by the student athlete to continue to eat for better performance. Suzi earned a gold medal and was first in her event.

Five of the STAR Event competitors earned the opportunity to attend the NLC (National Leadership Conference) July 6-11 in San Antonio Texas.

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Pictured from left to right: Adviser Heidi Stirm, Yosele Leon, Erika Svedin, Karina Zavala and Reonna Orr.

 
Friday School Make Up Dates
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Tuesday, 01 April 2014 19:47

Parents, if your child has attendance or tardy problems in the high school, Friday school is scheduled for the following days: April 11 & 25 and May 9 & 16. Students can also work time off by volunteering at the Elementary Carnival, the date is April 17 from 5:30-8:00. Please check Power School to see if your child needs to attend one or more of these dates. Students may not have more than 7 absences or 4 tardies. For more information or for any questions, contact the office at 495-2221.

Any student wishing to make up absences or tardies must sign up in the office by Thursday of the week they intend to attend Friday School. Students who do not sign up in time will not be allowed to attend.

Last Updated on Thursday, 10 April 2014 03:17
 
Battle of the Sexes Week - May 5-8
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Tuesday, 15 April 2014 19:24

MHS Student Council presents Battle of the Sexes, to be held May 5-8 during the lunch period. Competitions are as follows:

  • Monday - Who can fit the most people in the bathroom?
  • Tuesday - Who can get ready the fastest? (Frozen t-shirt)
  • Wednesday - Who can build the tallest tower?
  • Thursday - Assembly: Dress in your colors! Girls in pink, boys in blue. More competitions!

 
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