idaho day

On March 4, 2015 Midvale elementary students grades K-5 celebrated the first ever “Idaho Day” by each illustrating an interesting fact about our great state. Students posed with their illustrations in front of a map of Idaho. Last year, Idaho’s House of Representatives established “Idaho Day” to be observed each year on March 4 throughout the state as a special day to educate about Idaho, her culture, her history, her resources, her beauty, and her greatness.


March Dates to Remember:

3/2:  First Day of Track Practice

3/3:  Donkey Basketball 7pm

3/5:  100th Day of School!!

3/5:  Movie Night 5:30pm

3/9:  Shakesperience for secondary students @ CHS

3/10:  JHBB vs. Council 5/6/7/8pm

3/12:  JHBB vs. Cascade in Cam. 5/6/7/8pm

3/13:  Parent Teacher Conferences

3/14:  JH Girls B-ball Tourney @ Council

3/14:  Alive at 25, 12-4:30pm in MPR

3/14:  Community Dance MPR 7-10

3/16:  Board Meeting 7pm Conference Room

3/17:  Picture Day

3/19:  Family Movie Night, 5:30pm

3/19:  Track at New Plymouth

3/20:  JH Boys B-ball Tourney @ Council

3/23-3/26:  SPRING BREAK (School Resumes 3/30)


 The 6th grade class spent a portion of their first quarter in woodshop creating these bird houses, just in time for spring!  Winners are shown holding certificates.  We can’t wait to see what they will create next quarter!


Birdhouses 01

Birdhouses 02

A woodworking student from Mr. Mann’s class shows off his nearly completed log bed frame.