Clearwater Valley Junior/Senior High and Clearwater Valley Elementary schools KOOSKIA – Clearwater Valley Junior Senior High School will register seniors Monday, Aug. 15, 8 to 10 a.m., and juniors 10 to 11:30 a.m. Sophomores will register from 1 to 2:30 p.m. and freshmen from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16, sixth, seventh and eighth grade students will register from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
As the 2017 Distinguished Young Woman of the Camas Prairie, Marissa Kennedy gave her presentation about the five elements of the “Be Your Best Self” platform, “Be Healthy, Be Ambitious, Be Involved, Be Responsible and Be Studious," using the acronym “HAIRS” as an easy way to remember all five. She presented “Be Your Best Self” to a group of students who were gathered for the end of summer school celebration. She handed out goody bags with a reminder card about the “Be Your Best Self” platform.
Christine Schmidt recently spent 14 life changing days in Peru. The former Harpster resident and attendee of Clearwater Valley High School in Kooskia has forged ahead in her education and career choices, which led her to the pivotal trip.
This year’s 105th Dixie Days celebration is coming up fast – Aug. 6 and 7. They are selling raffle tickets at $20 for 20 tickets with the raffle prizes to be a 180 Stihl chain saw and a handmade quilt. Get in on the drawing to be held Aug. 7 at 11 a.m.
Lewis-Clark State College’s Becca Eller has been named the winner of the 2016 Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation’s (PGSF) national poster design competition.
The Distinguished Young Woman of the Camas Prairie event was held in Grangeville Saturday, June 11.
Four local juniors in high school will vie for the title of Distinguished Young Woman of the Camas Prairie this Saturday. The program is set to take place June 11, 7 p.m., at Grangeville High School. GHS students Marissa Kennedy and McKenzie Kennedy and Prairie Junior Senior High School students Faith Uhlenott and Madison Ulmer will all compete for a variety of scholarships including scholastic, talent, self-expression and physical fitness.
Six Kamiah High School students who earned the right to compete at the International HOSA-Future Health Care Providers conference in Nashville, Tenn., June 22-25 continue fund-raising efforts with the goal of raising enough money to cover expenses associated with the conference.
Clearwater Valley Elementary School’s fourth and fifth grade students spent an afternoon in Greencreek this spring to expand their knowledge about the agriculture, timber, and cattle industries.
Idaho Forest Group is awarding 12 college scholarships worth $500 each this year to family members of the IFG team.
Mountain View School District 244 is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children, ages 1-18, free of charge. Acceptance and participation requirements for the program and all activities are the same for all regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.
“I am honored to have been chosen as your guest speaker,” Grangeville High School teacher and coach Pat Sullivan addressed an overfilled gymnasium at graduation Friday, May 27.
On Friday, May 27, members of Boy Scout Troop 555, and Cub Scout Pack 555, were joined by Miss Northern Idaho Olivia Kennedy, for a service project. They did their annual Memorial Day service project, by placing flags to honor the fallen, at Prairie View Cemetery, in Grangeville.
Prairie Elementary School held its preschool through fourth grade concert last Wednesday, May 18. All the groups sang and played marimba and some students were also able to play the drums and recorders.
This spring, the students in Mr. Tosten‛s second and third-grade class at Clearwater Valley Elementary School decided to squeeze one more thing into a busy schedule. One student, Autum, first suggested the idea of writing a newspaper.