For Grangeville High School student Steve Bruce, the lessons of a senior project seemed a bit redundant for him.
School-wide testing is going to be taking place at Grangeville Elementary Middle School (GEMS) once students return from spring break.
GEMS science fair highlights students’ work
Did you ever wonder what cooked rice would do if you yelled at it daily, told it you hated it and ignored it in-between?
Students at Noah’s Ark Preschool in Grangeville celebrated crazy hair day in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday last week
Students of the month for February at Grangeville High School were (L-R) Skylar Herman, Matthew Payne, Ethan Herman and Taylor Wilkins.
“I’ve been doing this for a few years now and am always amazed how they are able to pull it together and make it come out great,” smiled Erin Shears.
Northwest Liberty Academy recently challenged Summit Academy students to pursue freedom.
If you walked to the end of the corridor at Clearwater Valley Elementary school last week, you may have been surprised to see students mummified in bandages or you may have heard the tune of “Staying Alive” wafting down the hallway.
Why don’t the cars of a roller coaster fly off the track? Why don’t the passengers fly out of the cars? How high can the first hill of a roller coaster be? What laws of physics will determine how many hills, curves, and loops a roller coaster track can have? These were just some of the many questions eighth grade students in Mrs. Michelle Barger’s science class had to answer while doing a computer generated roller coaster simulator at Grangeville Elementary Middle School.
Wizard of Oz musical set for March 12, 13
A lion and Dorothy and a scarecrow and tin man, oh my!
Several area students are headed to state competition following the regional Business Professionals of America event held Jan. 23 at Lewis-Clark State College.
Several Grangeville High School students will be making their way to state competition for FCCLA in April.
“Since the weather wouldn’t cooperate and give us a big snow day, in January, we decided to make our own,” said Mrs. Dixie Schwartz, second/third grade teacher at Grangeville Elementary Middle School.
Rep. Dan Rudolph took time to show one of Idaho’s youth the inner workings of the Capitol recently. University of Idaho student Raymond Mossman of Nezperce toured the capitol building as part of his personal education.
With only two weeks to spare, the chemistry class at Summit Academy rallied in the “Chem E Cars Challenge.” Discovering different types of chemical reactions, the students built, advertised and showcased their model cars on Wednesday, Jan. 28.