Salmon River basketball is almost done for the year. The girls only have two more games before districts. Go Savages!
BPA Regional Results
Fundamental Word Processing: *Lotus Harper-2nd*, *Jordyn Pottenger-3rd*, Sofie Branstetter-4th
Fundamental Spreadsheet Applications: Sofie Branstetter- 4th, Jordyn Pottenger-5th, Lotus Harper-8th
Advanced Word Processing: Payton Branstetter- 8th
Admin Support Team: *Emily Diaz and Payton Branstetter- 2nd*
Business Law and Ethics: *Miranda Hofflander-2nd*
Fundamental Desktop Publishing- *Emily Diaz-2nd*
Interview Skills: Miranda Hofflander-3rd, Peyton Baugh-8th
Advanced Interview Skills: Devan Branstetter-9th
Overall 5 of the 8 BPA students qualified in at least one event. State BPA will be March 8-10 and all students have an opportunity to attend for their event, attend leadership training, compete in open events, and more!
The following qualified for State:
Middle school students brought home awards in the Future City competition in Boise.
Salmon City: 6th graders placed 6th overall, just missed presenting in the final round by a couple points. They received an award for the best virtual city.
Verde Y Feliz: 8th graders and Logan Calvin received an award for the best water transport system.
All teams represented Salmon River very well. Thank you parents, chaperones, teachers, staff, mentors and board members for helping these students.
Practice will be on Thursdays that we are not at games.
1-12-18- Girls and Boys H.S Basketball- 6:20-7:50
2-2-18- Boys Senior Night- 6:20-7:50
2-10-18- Elementary Basketball 5/6th Grade Boys 1-2:30
2-14-18- M.S Basketball 4:30-5:45
2-20-18 M.S Basketball 4:30-5:45
3-9-18 M.S Basketball 4:30-5:45
3-13-18 M.S Basketball 4:30-5:45
Tomorrow, Jan. 11, 2018, three junior high teams will be presenting their Future City models at 2:00 p.m. in the multipurpose room. Come see our students’ presentations and help them improve before the Idaho Regional Competition in Boise on January 20th.
Dear Cheer Families,
I wanted to check in with each of you and keep you in the loop for the upcoming weeks of cheerleading. I first want to say how much I have appreciated your Cheerleaders’ effort and dedication. We have improved immensely and I am excited to see our dance come together. Unfortunately, we will not be performing that dance at the girl’s senior night. Our middle school students have been working diligently to create future city models for the state competition in Boise and have asked for my assistance at the competition. We have uniforms on the way, we hope to have our shirts right before the game this Friday, and the skirts will not be here until the following week. If your cheerleader does not have their uniform before the game, please send them in a yellow shirt and blue shorts/pants. The schedule below should be a final schedule for the remaining season. Thank you for understanding and sending your cheerleaders to us! We ask that your cheerleader has a quick snack prior to the game. THERE WILL BE NO EATING IN UNIFORMS!
Practice will be on Thursdays that we are not at games. 1-12-18- Girls and Boys H.S Basketball- 6:20-7:50 2-2-18- Boys Senior Night- 6:20-7:50 2-10-18- Elementary Basketball 5/6th Grade Boys 1-2:30 2-14-18- M.S Basketball 4:30-5:45 2-20-18 M.S Basketball 4:30-5:45 3-9-18 M.S Basketball 4:30-5:45 3-13-18 M.S Basketball 4:30-5:45 Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.
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School will resume this Monday, January 8, 2018.
Junior high basketball practice will begin Monday from 3:00-4:00pm. Go Savages!
Dec. 18th-20th Students will report to SRHS Multi purpose room for
breakfast, play practice and lunch then return to elementary
for the afternoon.
Dec 19th AR Store
Dec. 20th Christmas Play at SRHS multipurpose room
Dec. 21st Christmas Parties and Santa visit.
Dec. 21st Early Release 12:45 pm
Long Pin Conference Elementary Basketball
2017 – 2018
3rd and/or 4th Girls 10:00 a.m.
3rd and/or 4th Boys 11:00 a.m.
5th and/or 6th Girls 12:00 p.m. (noon)
5th and/or 6th Boys 1:00 p.m.
Players need to arrive 30 minutes prior to the scheduled game time.
All games played at the High School gyms.
McCall (White) 3rd & 5th grades
McCall (Blue) 4th & 6th grades
Saturday January 13, 2018 (Week #1)
Cascade @ Council
McCall (White) @ McCall (Blue)
Meadows Valley @ Salmon River
Saturday January 20, 2018 (Week #2)
McCall (White) @ Salmon River
McCall (Blue) @ Cascade
Council @ Meadows Valley
Saturday January 27, 2018 (Week #3)
Salmon River @ Council
Cascade @ Meadows Valley
Saturday February 3, 2018 (Week #4)
McCall (White) @ Meadows Valley
Salmon River @ Cascade
Council @ McCall (Blue)
Saturday February 10, 2018 (Week #5)
Meadows Valley @ Council
Cascade @ McCall (White)
McCall (Blue) @ Salmon River
The girls basketball game scheduled for December 15 against Cascade has been rescheduled to this Thursday, December 7, at 6:00 p.m. This game is still a home game.
Our district provides to our junior/senior high school students a Provision 2 Nutrition Break every morning free of charge. Every day, students are offered a meal that include servings of fruit, whole grain-rich items, and low fat or fat free milk.
To offer this free nutritional snack, one of our required procedures is to count the meals served at the point of service. In order to accomplish this count, we issued the students a card at the beginning of the year with their name and a barcode. As the student goes through the line, they scan the card and a count is tallied in PowerSchool.
We encourage students to keep track of their cards. If a card is lost, the student will incur a $1.00 replacement fee. If a card is lost for a second time, the fee will be $2.00. The third time a card is lost the fee will be $5.00. The charges are to offset the supplies needed to print the cards.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.