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The home game on Friday 1/26 was bitter sweet as the Titan faithful paid homage to our senior ladies.  Pictured below are Natalee Jones, Karli Hansen, and Isabelle DeVries standing with their families at center court.  We wish each of these ladies the best and thank them for all of their dedication and hard work!!!

Welcome 2018

2/14:  JRH BB vs Salmon River 4:30pm @ Cam

2/15:  GBB State vs. Genesis Prep 3pm @ Nampa High

2/16:  GBB State TBA

2/17:  GBB State TBA

2/17:  BBB District @ McCall 6pm 

2/19:  BBB District @ McCall TBA

2/21:  BBB District @ McCall TBA

2/23:  JRH BB @ MV 4:30pm

2/24:  BBB State Play-in @ Grangeville if needed




MSD’s Honest Students of the Month

By Principal KyLee Morris

Each month the Midvale School District honors one elementary and one secondary student with a specialized Student of the Month Award.  These students are nominated by and then voted on by staff members of the district.  Congratulations to Keith Farrens and Shawn McClary for being awarded as the Honest Students of the Month

Keith Farrens

Keith is the son of Jared and Deana Farrens.  He is a fifth grade student in Mrs. DeVries’ classroom in the Midvale Elementary School.  Staff members that come in contact with Keith say that he is an honest and upstanding young man.  In addition to his honesty, he is also highly regarded for his excellent manners and outgoing personality.

Shawn McClary

Shawn is the daughter of Sam and Traci McClary.  She is a senior at Midvale High School.  The staff knows Shawn to be hard working and honest.  She’s a consistent source of trusted information, reliable actions, and a very valuable member of the student body.

We greatly appreciate these honest students and the examples they are setting!!



 Juniors Colt Uhlenkott, Jeramiah Gibbons, Michael Barnett, and Tayden Murray traveled with their teacher Mrs. LaFollette to the Boise Center on the Grove to perform job interviews at Capital City Development as part of their Business Communications Class.


 The 6th grade boys performed community service in the fall by raking, bagging, and hauling leaves for neighbors of the school.  Good job boys!