No news posted
Potato Soup/Gr. Cheese/
Taco Snack or PB&J
Salisbury Steak or Pizza
Gr. Chic Sand./Hamburger or PB&J
Fries/3 Bean Salad/Corn on Cob/Fruit
Red Beans & Rice/Pizza or PB&J
Mustard greens/Cornbread/Gr Salad/
Chic Strips/Pizza or PB&J
Baked Potato/Gr Beans/Roll/Fruit
Frito Pie or Hot Dog
Tots/Baked Beans/Gr Salad/Fruit
Spaghetti & Meatballs/Pizza or PB&J
Cali Blend/Corn/Texas Toast/Fruit
Cheeseburger or Pizza
Fries/Relish/Gr. Salad/Veg Cup/Fruit
**Menus are subject to change**
School Connect will let you receive messages from the Washington Parish School Board as well as Mt. Hermon School. This program is just getting up and running, but will be in full working mode by the start of school in August. You can receive messages about school closings, weather issues relating to school events, extracurricular activities and so much more. Download it today.
Click Here for Students of the Week
Click here for students of the month
We would like to thank everyone who participated in literacy night on Tuesday, 12/9. We had student council members directing parents and guardians. Many families had a complimentary Christmas Photo Session with Bert Burr photography, purchased items from our Book Fair, and were informed about literacy strategies and state testing information by classroom teachers.
Sponsored by Mt. Hermon Student Council and Senior 4-H
Thank you Veterans!
We appreciate your service to our country.
Twins for a day!
Prayer at the Pole
Mt. Hermon School
36119 Hwy 38
Mt. Hermon, LA 70450
Welcome to the official site of the ‘Jackets.
We are all about spirit and
makin’ some racket.
Our students are courageous,
the best you will find,
Polite and respectful,
courteous and kind.
Other words to describe us
and how we are:
the brightest by far.
Honesty and trustworthy,
Our students excel
in all that they do!
Maintaining High Standards!
Rainy day drop off
procedure for car riders.
Mt. Hermon Fire Department
Click here Fire Safety
Click here to see artwork by our students
for the Washington Parish Fair.
The MHS Good Samaritan Club has been busy helping the community by picking up litter to fill the word RESPECT. Each member served at least 3 hours of community service.