Come join the fun!
Thursday will also be Senior Night for volleyball and football!
The football game against Tri-Valley is on Friday at 7:00 p.m.
Board meeting agendas, minutes , and policies can be found at https://go.boarddocs.com/id/salmon/Board.nsf/Public
Election Time: Notice of Filing Deadline
Salmon River Joint School District #243 has
Trustee Zone 1, Zone 2 & Zone 3 up for Election
Salmon River Joint School District #243 is looking for patrons
living in Zone 1(North Riggins, Race Cr.) Zone 2(Seven Devils
Rd, Rapid River) & 3 (Riggins City Limits).
Anyone interested in being a Trustee needs to pick up a Petition of
Candidacy and a Declaration of Candidacy at the Riggins District
Office (located at the High School) or at the office of the County
Clerk. All paperwork needs to be filled out, have signatures from 5
registered voters out of the Zone in which you are running for;
both documents must be notarized and returned to the Riggins
District Office by Monday September 2, 2019 at 3:00 p.m.
For more information please call the District Office at 630-6027.
Michelle Hollon / Clerk
Registration at Riggins Elementary will be August 12.
Registration at Salmon River Sr/Jr High will be August 12th and 13th 2019 , 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
If you are registering a new student to the district, the following are required at time of registration:
-a parent or legal guardian
Salmon River JSD school board agendas, minutes, and policies can now be accessed through a link.
Regular Board meetings are held the third Monday of each month with a call to order and executive session at 6:00 p.m., and the general session beginning immediately following executive session. at the Salmon River High School, IEN Room. Public input is welcome as indicated on the agenda. Public comment may be imposed time limits as necessary for the conduct of district business in a timely manner.
From Small Beginnings Come Great Things!
For more information, please contact Michelle Hollon.
Thank you Representative Giddings for thinking of our elementary.
Representative Priscilla Giddings stopped by to present Riggins Elementary with a check.
Steps for Schools challenges state legislators to walk as much as possible for one month during the legislative session.
Outfitted with Fitbits, each legislator’s steps are counted, and those steps earn cash to fund their schools’ walking programs or needed physical activity equipment. Legislators who average 10,000 steps per day in the month of February win $500 for playground or physical education equipment for the school of their choice.