Returning Student Registration
Your student is considered a returning student if:
All returning students to the Mountain Home School District will be asked to complete the registration process in the Powerschool Parent Portal. The Portal will be available beginning Aug 1st and can be accessed from any computer or device with internet access. For your convenience, each school building will have computers available beginning Thursday, Aug 4th for parent use.
School webpages may have additional information regarding registration, office times, supply lists and student handbooks.
Hacker Middle School
Mountain Home Jr. High School
Mountain Home High School
Bennett Mountain High School - has special rules for registration and a different school calendar. Please visit their webpage for information.
Returning Student Registration Process
Login to the Powerschool Portal using a parent account
Follow the links in the Portal to complete the registration process:
Parents can register multiple students within the Portal and are not required to visit each of the student's schools.
High School and Junior High School schedules will not be available until after August 5th and the online registration is completed.
Elementary students transferring to a different elementary school within the school district
Parents may complete the registration process in the Portal as normal, but must first contact the gaining school to notify the office of the transfer. Parents are also responsible for following up with the gaining school to make sure records have been transferred prior to the start of school. An Out-of-District form is required.
The first day of school is Tue, Aug 16th. School will be in session all day - NO 1:30 early dismissal.
School Calendars can be found HERE.
New Student Registration
Your student is considered a new student if:
Parents/Guardians of new students or parents/guardians without access to the internet must register their student(s) in person.
The following documentation should be brought to the school when registering:
Idaho Immunization Requirements
All elementary and middle schools will be open for new student registration on Thursday, Aug 4th. Please provide ample time to complete all necessary forms.
View the District Attendance Zone map to determine the proper home school for elementary students. According to the Mountain Home School District's Open Enrollment Policy, students who reside outside a school's attendance zone may apply to attend that school by submitting an Out-of-Zone form to the school office.
To provide individualized attention for scheduling and credit review, the Mountain Home Junior High School and the Mountain Home High School provide new student registration by appointment only. Parents should call the school counselor(s) beginning Monday, Aug 3rd to reserve an appointment time.
Bennett Mountain High School is an alternative placement high school. There are special rules for registration and a different school calendar. Parents/guardians or potential students must cont
act the school to check enrollment availability.
Who must attend school in Idaho? (Idaho Code 33-202) Idaho law requires that all resident children between the ages of 7 and 16 must attend school. In this district, a resident child refers to a child whose parents' or legal guardians' home is located within the boundaries of the Mountain Home School District.
Does my child have to have all of his/her Immunizations before I can register him/her for school? (Idaho Code 39-4801) Idaho Code Section 39-4801, Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Rules, IDAPA 16, Title 02, Chapter 15 "Immunization Requirements for Idaho School Children." All children in pre-school or entering into grades K-12 must meet immunization requirements at registration and before attendance. No Child shall attend school without proof of immunizations status. Idaho Immunization Requirements ( Spanish Version ).
Exemptions to Immunization Requirements: Idaho law allows a parent/guardian to claim an exemption from immunization requirements for their child for medical, religious, or personal reasons. All exemptions must be documented on the official Idaho Exemption Form provided by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, Immunization Program (available at www.immunizeidahoschools.com). A medical exemption requires the signature of a licensed physician and certification that the child has a medical condition, which prevents him or her from receiving one or more of the required vaccinations. The law does not allow parents/guardians to claim an exemption because the shot record is lost or incomplete, or because it is too much trouble to contact the physician or clinic and obtain a copy.