Students and Parents

students eating noodles and socializing
What does it mean to be a Mustang?  As we begin to develop our school culture and spirit, we are looking to build traditions around a culture of academic excellence, 21st century teaching and learning, community inclusion, and positive relationships. The Mustang horse is recognized by the U.S. Congress as "living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the West."  As we establish the first high school in our community, we too are like the Wild Mustang.  We are living symbols of our community, and are the embodiment of the pioneer spirit of the west.  Working together we can enrich the lives of our community and the world.  

This page includes resources for our students and parents to help them understand school policy, procedure, educational programs, schedules, and links to our online databases and resources.  

Click on the links to the left to access information and resources

PARENTS!!!!  Sign up for your parent observer account to be able to track your student's progress in their classes, take a look at due dates and test/quiz dates. You can even check to see if your student has completed their assignments, and when their assignments have been submitted.  Go to and click on the grey ribbon at the top that says "Click Here for an Account" and follow the instructions.  You need your student's username (their ID number), and their password (ask them for their password).  For more detailed instructions, take a look at the instructional video below!

Parent Volunteers Needed
Mountain House High School is always looking for dedicated parent volunteers to help in the office, in classrooms, on field trips, and at extra-curricular events. Lammersville Unified School District requires all volunteers to through a clearance process. There are two levels of Volunteer Clearance:  Fingerprinted, and non-Fingerprinted.  Fingerprinted volunteer clearance is needed for parents who will be working with students outside the supervision of a staff member (field trip drivers, coaches, pulling students to work with them in the classroom, etc.).  Non-fingerprinted volunteers are individuals who will be working with students while staff members are present.  

All volunteers need to be cleared to work in the LUSD.  For more information about the process, and to become a volunteer, please visit the volunteer site on the district webpage by CLICKING HERE.