The primary function of the Mobridge-Pollock Public School System is to promote the well-rounded and continuous growth of its youth into effective citizens in a democratic society. To attain this goal the school shall endeavor to provide a suitable environment for helpful guidance, training, and experiences which will assist each student to become better adjusted in his/her family, social, and business relationships, concerned for his/her own welfare and the welfare of others, open-minded on controversial issues, trained in work habits, skills, and logical reasoning, and prepared for profitable and gratifying use of leisure time. Furthermore, the school shall endeavor to provide for the physical and moral well-being of each student. Finally, the school shall cooperate with the home, church, and other community forces to build the educative experience of its youth.
The Safe Return to School Plan is in its first draft. Please go to the following link to read the draft. Mobridge-Pollock School Board will be approving the Safe Return to School Plan during the August board meeting.
The Mobridge-Pollock School District has employment opportunities available immediately. If you are looking for a position with flexible hours, great benefits, and a great working environment, please consider applying for a position on our team. If you have questions, please contact Tim Frederick, Superintendent of Schools at 845-9204.
The following job are open in the MP School District:
Head Wrestling Coach
Assistant Football Coach
Assistant Girl's Basketball Coach
MS Volleyball Coach
MS BBB Coach
Freeman Davis Custodian Position - Open Immediately
Route bus drivers for the 21-22 school year ($45.00 per route)
Contact Tim Frederick, 605-845-9204
The Mobridge-Pollock School District will be having a public hearing on Indian Policies and Procedures on January 26, 2021, in the library. The meeting will start at 6:00 pm and will be followed by a JOM/LEC meeting.
Calling ALL Adults and Teens. Especially those who are students, parents, grandparents, teachers, youth workers, or those who care deeply about our youth and their future. 2020 may be filled with loss and grief, stress, and hopelessness: It does not have to define the future.
Mobridge-Pollock School's application for free school breakfast and lunch has been approved by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The school district will provide free breakfast and lunch for all students enrolled in the district.