Keith Evans was presented a plaque by Mountain View School District 244 Superintendent Kent Stokes Thursday, May 8, for his seven years on the school board.
Grangeville Elementary Middle School students gave a grand send-off to eighth grader Amrit Singh last week. Singh will represent Idaho in the National Geographic Bee in Washington, D.C., this week.
Two full scholarships are available to Clearwater Valley High School students as well as students who are in an alternative educational program within the Clearwater Valley school district to attend Writers @ Harriman.
Patrons will go to the election booths May 20 to help keep Mountain View School District 244’s programs on tap for the 2014-15 school year. The levy request of $2,663,246 remains at exactly the same amount as last year, which will leave taxpayers coming up with the same amount which is a little more than $3 per thousand of assessed value after homeowner’s exemption. For example, a person whose home is valued at $100,000 would pay approximately $300 for the year.
Sts. Peter and Paul School will be tops in technology now thanks to a recent grant. School officials applied to the E. L. Wiegand Foundation for funds to help update computers and additional technology at the Sts. Peter and Paul School.
Local high school students recently competed at the state level in HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) at Boise.
Idaho Shakespeare Festival’s Idaho Theater for Youth performed “The Jabberwocky” (based on a Lewis Carroll poem) at both Grangeville Elementary Middle and Clearwater Valley Elementary (Kooskia) schools last week.
Fifth graders from throughout the area met at Greencreek Community Hall for the annual Farm and Forest Fair Wednesday, April 16. Nine stations were available with presenters as children rotated through.
The 23-member Grangeville High School Varsity Blue Choir recently spent two days touring the Treasure Valley.
Cottonwood, receiving $25. Schwartz, daughter of Mark and Theresa Schwartz, Ferdinand, was the third-place winner, receiving $25. All are fifth grade students at Summit Academy, Cottonwood, and their teacher is Mrs. Karla Krogh.
Audrey A. Bieler of Grangeville recently accepted membership into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS).
Amrit Singh did what no other Grangeville student has done in the 26-year history or the state geography bee: He won two years in a row.
On Wednesday, March 12, 62 Grangeville student musicians traveled to Moscow to participate in the district II solo/ensemble festival. Students prepared a variety of performances, both vocal and instrumental, from solo to quartets. Adjudicators from both University of Idaho and Washington State University scored instruments in their field of expertise, woodwind, brass, percussion and vocal.
Guilt or innocence – and a whole lot of arguing, witnessing and research – hung in the balance recently as Grangeville High School students took part in a hands-on trial.