Grangeville High School FFA and student council put on the annual carnival and haunted house at GHS Friday, Oct. 24. Kids from the area had fun being scared and participating in a variety of carnival events such as bowling and face painting.
The Grangeville Elementary Middle School 7/8 Band performed in the University of Idaho Homecoming parade Saturday, Oct. 18, in Moscow.
Blue ribbon winners
The words on the wall inside Prairie Elementary School says, “Every child learning -every day.” Teachers and staff take this seriously, as was evident based on a recent award.
The Grangeville Elementary Middle School annual PTA jogathon was held Sept. 30. Kids from grades k-5 solicited pledges and ran laps to earn the money. Funds go toward PTA projects which benefit students and GEMS.
The GEMS and SPPS 6th graders attended the 29th annual Outdoor Classroom last week.
For more than a decade, the fourth- and fifth-grade students of Clearwater Valley Elementary School have been able to experience the outdoors and study science at the McCall Outdoor Science Camp.
Eighth graders in Mrs. Amanda Bush’s language and reading class at Grangeville Elementary Middle School have been studying the Mann Gulch forest fire incident that happened in 1949.
Things are heating up for Summit Academy’s 17th Annual Mystery Night “Hot Rod Fever.” In addition to the fund-raiser winners, the 1933 Ford Coupe Replica Hot Rod Sweepstakes winner will be chosen.
How is Idaho faring in some key areas when it comes to the health and development of its children? Better than last year in some ways, a new report suggests.
Grangeville High School has another star. An interscholastic star, that is. Senior honor student Kaleala Bass is the recipient of the Idaho High School Association (IHSAA) and United Dairymen of Idaho Interscholastic Star Award. Soon her banner will hang at the school along with those earned by Landon Loeber in 2003 and Megan DeFord in 2010.
Grangeville Elementary Middle School started last Wednesday, Aug. 27. Children said goodbye to parents (above) like Derrek Pottala and his mom, Leslie, while others (left) played and chased and readied themselves with full backpacks.
A face familiar to Grangeville High School patrons for more than three decades will soon move on to the next chapter in her life book.
Real Life Ministries has once again eased the burden of Grangeville parents — and will even extend that blessing to Kooskia-area parents this year.
Idaho County School registrations are set...
This fall’s Mountain View School District 244 calendar looks a little different.