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  • May 25th, 2018

    The last day the activity bus will run this school year is May 25th, please mark your calendars. 

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  • ALTERED SCHEDULES

    Tuesday April 10th - Early Out 1:40
    9th & 10th grade - ISATS
    11th grade - SAT
    12th grade - Community Service Day
     
    Wednesday April 11th - Full Day all 7 periods
    School is released @ 3:30
     
    Thursday April 12th
    Parent Teacher Conferences 4:30-8:00 pm
     
    Friday April 13th
    Parent Teacher Conferences 8:00-11:30 am
    NO SCHOOL for students
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  • Summer Basketball Cage Camp

    Wood River Basketball Cage Camp are full of activities including drills, game play, and instruction brought to you by the coaches at Wood River High School.

    Ages: The Camp is open to incoming 3rd graders through Incoming 12th graders

    Cost: $50 per child. If a check make it out to WRHS Basketball

    Registration: Complete the attached registration form and bring it to Wood River High School Main office. You may also register the first day of camp.

    Questions: Any questions please e-mail John Radford at jradford@blaineschools.org Or Amanda Crist at crist_amanda@hotmail.com

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  • Sports Physicals & Fall Parent Player Night

    Fall 2018 Athletes! We are beginning to sign up Fall athletes for sports physicals now.

    ALL athletes must have a current physical (after May 1st, 2018) for all IHSAA sports for the upcoming school year. WRHS is teaming up with St Lukes again this year to offer a sports physical night on May 29th. See Katrina in the main office at the high school to fill out a physical form, sign up for a time slot and pay for the exam, $25.

    Fall Parent Player meeting will be held May 22nd @ 6:30pm in the High School Commons.

    If you have any questions please contact:

    Kevin Stilling - kstilling@blaineschools.org

    Katrina Kolman - kkolman@blaineschools.org

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  • Prom Tuxedo Rentals

    Students will have two opportunities to get measured and order their tuxedo for prom here at the High School. 

    Sheepskin Coat Factory in Ketchum will be here on April 3rd during Advisory 10am-11am

    Tuxedos Now from Twin will be here on April 10th during lunch (after the seniors return from their Community Service Day)

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  • BPA State, Boise - March 8, 9, 10

    BPA Nationals, Dallas - May 9-13

    Business Professionals of America will be taking 12 qualified students to participate in the State Leadership Conference in Boise, March 8-10.  Members will participate in testing, presentation, and other events in their qualifying competitions.  Workshops will also be available for all members to choose from and the opening session will provide students with a guest speaker to get them excited for the weekend!  The awards session on Saturdaywill hopefully bring medals and certificates to those WRHS students that qualify for the National conference coming up in May in Dallas, Texas.

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  • Join a Club - Get Involved!

    See the calendar for upcoming meeting days and times for Clubs like, BPA, Key Club, FCCLA, Amnesty International, W.A.T.E.R. Club, Debate, Climbing and more!!!!

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District Announcements

  • Master Contract Negotiations

    Open to the Public
    Wednesday, April 25, 2018
    4:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
    Community Campus - Minnie Moore Room #301

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WRHS Office Info

Strategic Plan

Blaine County School District's five year strategic plan embodies the community's desire to ensure every child graduates ready for success in the next stage of life.

Inspire

All students will be Inspired to develop intellectual curiosity through meaningful opportunities.

Engage

All students will be Engaged actively in our learning community through relevant and real-life experiences.

Educate

All students will be Educated to develop strong foundational and analytical problem solving skills to graduate ready for post-secondary success.

Empower

All students will be Empowered to make independent positive choices through continual social and emotional development.

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