“I am telling you again – you have the best business manager in a five-county area at least,” said CPA Phil Nuxoll of Presnell Gage, PLCC, Accounting and Consulting. Nuxoll heaped praise on Mountain View School District 244’s business manager Becky Hogg when presenting the annual audit report to the board Oct. 17. “We’re presenting a clean audit with no adjustments for the school year ended June 30, 2016,” he said.
The Cottonwood Joint School District received its annual auditor’s report at its Oct. 17 regular monthly meeting. The report was prepared by Presnell Gage and presented to the board by Nick Nicholson.
“I would definitely say there’s quite a little difference between Lowell, Idaho, population 28, and Shanghai, China, population 24 million,” grinned 12-year-old Luella Smith.
4-H booster thank you barbecue set for Nov. 12: Members discuss how program has impacted their lives
Calling all 4-H supporters in the upper-river communities: A free community barbecue is set for Saturday, Nov. 12, 6 p.m., at Clearwater Valley High School.
Josie Peery, junior at Prairie High School, makes a play for the goal line during the Powderpuff game Sept. 5 in Cottonwood. The junior/senior girls toppled the senior/freshmen girls 12-2.
Grangeville High School seniors Katrina Frei and Luke Stokes were crowned homecoming queen and king at halftime of the football game Friday night, Oct. 7.
There’s a new face at Sts. Peter and Paul School (SPPS), but she’s definitely not a new face in Catholic education. SPPS welcomed Leslie McDaniel, 72, as its new principal this year. She is also teaching seventh and eighth grade social studies and science.
Grangeville High School celebrated its homecoming week Oct. 3-7 with a variety of activities and dress-up days. Here, senior Rachel Kelley was full of spirit on Thursday, Oct. 6, skit day, with the “Star Spangled Seniors” theme.
Grangeville Elementary School PTA was host to its annul Jogathon fund-raiser event for grades kindergarten through eighth Friday, Sept. 30.
“I was definitely nervous,” smiled Grangeville High School senior Nicole Blackmer. Blackmer, 17, attended an American Quarter Horse Association show in Oklahoma City in August. Two years ago, a placing at a state 4-H contest team demonstration with Paige Lindsley allowed her to qualify to go to a contest in Oklahoma.
- GRANGEVILLE – Are you seeing pink? Don’t worry, it’s just homecoming week at Grangeville High School and today, Wednesday, Oct. 5, is “On Wednesdays We Wear Pink” day. - COTTONWOOD – Prairie Junior Senior High School will celebrate its homecoming festivities this week. Today, Wednesday, Oct. 5, is spirit day. Everyone is encouraged to dress in school colors. The powder puff football game is set for 6 p.m. on the football field.
Flamingo Fun Run 2016: Kelley takes on fun run event as senior project Register by Sept. 28 for T-shirt
“It takes a lot of organization, and I have really learned so much through the whole process so far,” said Grangeville High School senior Rachel Kelley. Kelley has taken on the third annual Flamingo Fun Run as her senior project. The run is on tap for Saturday, Oct. 8, during Grangeville’s Oktoberfest celebration.
Kamiah Joint School District 304 staff joined with Lapwai staff and representatives from several American Indian tribes across the country to attend the summer Native Education Research Summit at Joseph, Ore., Aug. 15 and 16. The two schools educate the majority of Nez Perce children in the world, and both schools have staff that, with the Nez Perce Education department and the Idaho State Department of Education (SDE), from the Nez Perce State Tribal Education Partnership (STEP).
The Third Annual Flamingo Fun Run is set for Saturday, Oct. 8, 9:30 a.m. The 5k run will start at Umpqua Bank. Cost is $20 for adults and $10 for those 10 and younger and includes a T-shirt. To register and receive a T-shirt, deadline is Sept. 28. Go to www.flamingofunrun.com. Forms are also available at Grangeville area merchants. Those who wish to run the day of the event without a T-shirt can register that morning.
Preparing for the transition to college from high school can be intimidating. But with the help of family and friends, and thoughtful planning, the move can be a bit easier.