Good Luck Class of 2018
School Resumes: August 20, 2018
KINDNESS WEEK 2018
All the Midvale School District students participated in Kindness Week during April 16-19.
Monday: Cards of Kindness
Tuesday: Kindness Starts w/Me
Wednesday: Sticky with Encouragement (leave sticky notes of encouragement on lockers!)
Thursday: Blu-nited (Wear blue to show that we are united in kindness!)
Revolutionary War Wax Museum
On March 21st the 4th and 5th grade students presented a Wax Museum of Revolutionary War heroes. The students pictured above with their teacher Mrs. DeVries donned era appropriate costumes and recited bios of their assigned patriot. They also displayed posters they created and their researched written report. All of the students preformed at a high level and entertained and impressed those that attended the event. The class and their teacher would all like to thank the community and parents for the great turnout and their support!
Trustworthy Students of the Month
Chip Mitchell and Morgan Warnock
MSD’s Trustworthy 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 Morgan Warnock and Chip Mitchell for being awarded as the Trustworthy Students of the Month
Morgan is the daughter of Tammey and Robby Warnock. She is a third grade student in Mrs. Pickett’s classroom in the Midvale Elementary School. The elementary staff relays that Morgan is trustworthy, polite, and a good friend to her peers.
Chip is the son of Wes Mitchell and Victoria Mitchell. He is a senior at Midvale High School and Student Body President. Chip is a preferred friend to all, a keeper of secrets, and the iconic good guy on campus. The staff finds him to be honest, dependable, and trustworthy.
We greatly appreciate these trustworthy 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!