Back to back State football champions — Wow! The Savages beat the Council Lumberjacks 66-26 at Bronco Stadium to win the 2013 State 1AD2 title. This is the 2nd championship in a row and the 5th in Salmon River’s history. We have truly amazing student athletes and coaches!
Students and Parents can register for school August 14-15, 2013. New students will need birth certificates and a record of immunizations. For more information, call the high school at (208)628-3431.
Click to See Election Results – Thank you for your dedication to our district!
Congratulations to Charlie, Jimmy, Thomas, Blake, Leighton, and Terrun on earning a trip to State in Track. Athletes will leave Thursday May 16th for Middleton. Good luck Savages!
The Salmon River PTO is hosting the annual Senior Night/Awards Banquet on Thursday, May 23 with dinner at 6 p.m. and Awards beginning at 7 p.m. Please check the district Calendar (click icon to the right of this announcement) for a flyer with additional information.
In conjunction with the Annual Salmon River Joint School District Supplemental Levy Election, we would like to invite community members to join us for the annual fun found at Spring Fling.The event will be held at the Salmon River Multi-Purpose Room on May 21 beginning at 6:00 p.m. for sloppy joes and a book fair with entertainment at 7 p.m. Bring your whole family for a fun-filled evening after you place your VOTE!
May 21st 8am – 8pm
Voting will take place at the same location where voting for federal and state elections is held. If you do not know where your precinct’s polling place is please call the Idaho County Elections Office at 983-2751.
Salmon River High School Graduates and Alumni: Pinehurst quilters is seeking scholarship applicants for the 2013-2014 school year. If you are, or plan to be, a full-time college student in good standing, you can begin the application process on the counselor’s page.
Business Professionals of America Students Monica Smith-Brimacomb and Fred Taylor earned second place in the Network Design team at the State Leadership Conference in Boise on March 8th. The team analyzed existing and planned business environments and developed a strategy for the implementation of a network that addressed the needs of the defined business environment based on the scenario provided. When at the State Leadership Conference, the students were asked for a modification in the scenario (to add another satellite office).
The team is hoping to earn $4,500 through corporate and local sponsorships for the 6-day leadership conference. Contributors and sponsors can make checks payable to “Salmon River BPA” and mail them to P.O. Box 872, Riggins, ID 83549.
The Salmon River Savages experienced the thrill of victory in a three-day event to win the 2013 Boys Real Dairy Shootout for the Idaho Class 1A Division II boys’ basketball championship at the Idaho Center in Nampa. The Savages had an incredible season (20-1) culminating whenSaturday’s win found the Savages dominating the Nezperce Indians 66-51.
According to coach Charlie Shepherd in a pre-game fund raiser, “We are known as a football town…” Shepherd went on to say that the win [is] the Savages first basketball state title not only for our school but also for our Long Pin Conference.
Coach Shepherd and assistants JV Coach Brandon Ratcliff and Darwin VanderEsch expressed their pride in the team and gratitude to the teachers and the community in the pre-game pep rally.
This year marks a record double state championship for our Savage athletes following the State’s United Dairymen Milk Bowl Football Championship last fall.
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