President Lincoln’s Idaho connection focus for talk
“Did you know Abraham Lincoln’s wife was in deep depression? Did you know he was on a suicide watch for what, at the time, was identified as ‘melancholia?’” Garry Bush asked the Grangeville High School student body.
Idaho County 4-H Know Your Government participants
Idaho Farm Bureau has teacher mini grants available for projects they would be otherwise unable to complete. This grant is aimed at the teacher to help with ag-related materials for the classroom. Applications must be submitted by March 15. For information or an application form contact Jeanne Arnzen, 962-3327 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
School children had the chance to learn about transportation through music when the band Buffalo Hump Syndicate put on the program “Americans on the Move.”
Grangeville Elementary Middle School fourth and fifth graders from the IKUG (“I Keep Up Grades”) group are pictured here. These are students who have 3.75 GPA or above. Many students in grades four through eight at GEMS were recipients of IKUG and IBUG (“I Brought Up Grades”) awards.
The Kids Klub sponsored production of Missoula Children’s Theater’s “Cinderella” was held at Grangeville Elementary Middle School Friday, Feb. 14, with more than 60 public, home and private schooled students in grades kindergarten through eighth participating in the evening performance.
State of Idaho conference set for March 6-8
Grangeville High School’s Business Professionals of America fared well at recent regional competition. The event was held at the Lewis-Clark State College campus Jan. 24.
Reception set for May
Twenty students have been selected as winners of the Fifth Annual Grangeville Arts and Syringa Hospital Foundation “Get Moving” art contest for students kindergarten through fifth grade. This is an initiative designed to promote the advancement of healthy choices by encouraging children to develop exercise habits.
A pumpkin coach, prince charming, a glass slipper and a dream come true are woven together by the magic of a fairy godmother this Friday, Feb. 14, 7 p.m. at Grangeville Elementary Middle School’s multipurpose room, when the Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) and more than 60 local students present an original musical adaptation of Cinderella.
Play set for Feb. 6, 7, 8
What do you get when a Park Avenue family and a poor hillbilly family are thrown together to live in the same home? A comedy that pits the wealthy against the uneducated and brings laughs to audience and cast members alike.
Morgan Howard of Nezperce High School was awarded first place and Rebekah Bruner third place in the Daughters of the American Revolution 2013-14 Good Citizens Award and Scholarship Contest sponsored by the Alice Whitman chapter out of Lewiston/Clarkston.
“I just wanted to do something to help someone,” said seventh grader Madison Adams.
Feb. 3-7 are the dates for a Hunter Safety Class to be held at Prairie Elementary School. Class will be every afternoon with live firing on Friday. Home School students are welcome to sign up for the class. For information call Eric Wassmuth at 962-2372. This class is an excellent way for kids to get acquainted with firearms and hunting, even if they are not planning to hunt.
Eighth grader Wyatt Perry was the winner of a recent Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR, Lewiston-Clarkston branch) essay contest.
It’s a three-peat for Grangeville Elementary Middle School’s Amrit Singh while Sts. Peter and Paul’s Ethan Bonn is on his first round. The eighth graders were each winners in their school’s geography bees this month.