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West Minico Middle School
155 S. 600 W.
Paul, ID 83347
Phone: 208-438-5018
Fax: 208-438-8513
Schools begins at 8:14 am and
ends at 3:11 pm 

We will be using alternate bus routes until further notice.

Please read the Parent Letter and review the Alternate Bus Routes via the links above.

Welcome to West Minico Middle School
Home of the Warriors! 


West Bulletin Board

  • Week of March 13th to 17th, 2017

    This month our character trait is pride.  Having pride is doing the right thing even when nobody else is watching.  Pride is a feeling of self-satisfaction or sense of accomplishment derived from your own achievements.  We believe that every student who walks through our doors will try to be the best they can be to show their pride of themselves, and our school. 

     Today our school will be watching the play with 6th graders going first then seventh and then we will ebd with the eighth grade in the afternoon.

    We will be out of school for Spring Break March 20-24.

    We would like to recognize our students of the week as being role models for other students by being respectful, responsible, being concerned about academics, perservering by learning from mistakes, and compassionate towards others.    We would like to remind our teachers to place their student of the week nominations by end of each Thursday for students to be recognized next week. Students of the week for March 6-10 were Alondra Landeros, Mason Day, Lillian Rassmussen, Rogelio Galvan and Alex Hernandez.

    Be the reason someone smiles today!  Choose to be kind and considerate towards others!


    We would like to recognize our "Students of the Week" as being role models for other students by being respectful, responsible, being concerned about academics, and compassionate towards others.  Also recognition includes those who have made significant growth and who have shown perseverance in trying to become more successful.  We truly believe "The Best Kids in the World Walk Through These Doors!"

    Students of the week through March 3rd were Kaylee Cofer, Ashlyn Struchen, Trenton Easton and Sam Rodriquez.

    Students of the week through February 23rd are Kaidence Mitchell, Angie Ruiz, McKynzie Johnson, McKenna Harper, Brinley Carillo, Angel Cardenas, Selena Dickey and William Edwards.

    Students of the week through February 16th are are Robin Conlin, Eilana Guercio, Kathryn Howard, Karter Zampedri, Aideyen McClain, Traver Miller, Phoenix Edwards, Morgan Foote, Jaimelynn Miller, Mac Haugeberg, and Taylor Cox.

    Students for the week of Jan 31 through February 3rd are Teagan Garrett, Juan Carranza, Katelyn Phillips, Easton Arthur and Kenzie Leslie. 

    Students through January 27th include: Payton Runyon. Violette Boehmer, Isabel Partida, Joseph Barandica and Keatin Saldana.

    Students through January 20th include Diego Tellez, Jade Valesco, Kevin Jones and McKenzie Swanson.

    Students chosen through January 13th include Jorge Ramirez, Raquel Juarez, and Robin Conlin.

    Students chosen Dec 12-16th include Andrew Winningham, Shylo Voelker, Lydia Casey, Melani Lizardi, and Kaelen Winnett.

    Students of the Week for Dec 5-9th are Cooper Stimpson, Noah George, Valerie Garcia, Malaki Hutcherson, Amy Patino, Carson Suchan, Dillan Huerta, Brinlee Wheeler, Adam Martsch, and Teagan Garrett.

    Students of the week for Nov 28 through Dec 2 are  Abrianna Dickey, DeLayne Terry, Elizabeth Woodland, Brady Weimer, Oakland Edward, Liberty Thompson, Teagan Garrett and Weston Kent.

    Students chosen  for Nov 14-18 are Savannah Thorne, Diana Hernandez, Hagan Hale, Reece Evans, Jimena Ramirez and Koby Espinoza.

     Students for Nov 7-11 are Gretchen Weig, Gabe Hadden, Caden Avila, Jeffrey Ashcraft, Cesar Areaga, Donna "DJ" McGuire, Daniel Parraz, Raleigh Shippen, Salvador Gutierrez, Rhayman Frieburger, McKenzie Allen and Addison Stoker.

    Students for Oct 31-Nov 4 are Hannah Matsen, Dylan Larsen, DeLayne Terry, Hailey Hull, Jessica Larios, Javier Lara, Erik Calderon, Manuel Partida, Ethaniel Ruiz, and Peyton McMannus.

    Students for Oct 24-28 week are  Jocelyn DelToro, Phoenix Edwards, Kadence Mitchell, JoAnna Paz, Aliyah Gomez, Kaylee Knopp, and Frankie Graham.

    Students for Oct 17-21 are Claire Neibauer, Samantha Casey, Jack Nielsen, Sage May, Noah George, Lillana Vergara, Juan Ochoa, Shylo Voelker, Jaegger Rassmussen, and Addison Stoker.

    Students for Oct 10-14 are Kadence Spaulding, Angel Ochoa Diaz, Elazar Valentin, Jorge Ramirez, Alexander Hernandez, Lillyana Vergara, Sara Pulido, Danten Vorwaller, Brandy Renz, Jeana Glade, Dallis Shockey.

    Students for Sept 19-23 are Marissa Hardcastle, Darby May, Dawson Osterhout, Haley Higley, Gretchen Weig, Brinlee Wheller, Herman Dominguez.

    Students for Sept 12-16 are Brightyn Hartley, Mason Wilkins, Jaylee Fairchild, Tayzn Twiss, McKalin Burns, Angel Ochoa, Jayden Metcalf.

    Students for Sept 5-9 are Malachi Marlow, Paul Gillespie, Donna McGuire, Shylo Voelker, Mallory Scott, Christopher Torrez, Javier Lara, Liberty Buckner, Juan Ochoa.

    Students for Aug 30-Sept 2 are Isabel Partida, Taegen Ennis, Zach Miller, Brinlee Wheeler, Alex Loveless, McKenzie Markley.

    We would like to remind our parents that we offer after school tutoring for all students neededing to improve their grades every Tuesday and Wednesday from 3:15 until 5:00 PM.  Parents may request this extra help for their child. Computer use is available during this time.  
    All activities and school announcements are on the West Minico School website at all times and are updated daily, so check it out if you ever have any questions about school activities.  School closure information will also be updated as soon as received on our school website.
     Our school custodians work very hard to make our school look nice.  We would appreciate everyone picking up after themselves in the commons area and hallways.  Please take pride and do your part to make sure our school is the best. 
      We want all of our students to get caught reading and encourage students to have their reading book in every class so that if they finish their work they will be able to read.  
    We would like to remind everyone that Minidoka County School District has an attendance policy.  It is very important to be in class each day to be successful. 
    Our student council has a special request to all students returning to West Minico this year; If you see someone who is struggling to make friends or being bullied because he or she doesn't have many friends or is shy or not dressed in the coolest of clothes--Please step up!  Say hi or at least smile at them or talk to them in the hallways and commons area. You never know what that person might be facing outside of school.  Your kindness might just make a big difference in someone's like.  Maybe even your own.  

    We would like to introduce our new Student Council Officers for 2016-2017

    Student Body President- Darby May
    Student Body Vice Presidents- Jack Nielsen and Talin Stimpson
    Student Body Secretary- Breanna Robirds
    Student Body Ambassadors- Brinlee Wheeler and Rhayman Freiberger
    Public Relations- Jamie Lynn Miller

    8th grade President- Mason Wilkins
    8th grade Vice President- Jacob Inouye
    8th grade Secretary- Morgan Foote
    8th grade Ambassador- Brody Jensen

    7th grade President- Mac Haugeberg
    7th grade Vice President- Grace Carlson
    7th grade Secretary- McKenzie Allen

    6th Grade President-  Co- Presidents- Cree Milliron and Bryan Patterson

    6th Grade Co-Vice-Presidents- Coltin Andrew and Luke Huff
    6th Grade Secretary- Brylie Murphy
    6th Grade Ambassadors- Angelica Carhaus and Bethanne Howard
    There are two Saturday School sessions each month starting promptly at 7:00 until 11:00 AM here at West Minico. Students must have a parental permission form signed to attend.  Forms were sent home with all students through advisory and additional forms are in the office.  If you have failing grades and need to turn in late work this is an opportunity to help your grade.  Students must bring sufficient materials to work on during the four hour period.  You must have everything with you as the lockers and teachers will not be available to gather materials.  You must be responsible and doors will close at 7:10 AM.  Take advantage of this opportunity if you have failing grades or want to improve your grade.  This is not  punishment, but a chance to help improve your grade. Computers are also available for student use during this time. 
    March 4th and 11th
    April 1st and 22nd
    May 6th and 20th
    We encourage our parents to use Powerschool regularly to check on their child's grades and assignments. If you need help please contact Mrs. Sayer our counselor.
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