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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 


Welcome to West Minico Middle School
Home of the Warriors! 


West Bulletin Board

  • 10-24-14

    During the month of October our character trait is respect.  West Minico has school and classroom rules that should be followed.  These rules are made for you and your safety.  Students who are respectful follow the rules and try to make their school a better and safer place.
    Volleyball girls the bus will leave Saturday at 10:00 for the volleyball game at CSI. 
    The eighth grade team of teachers have chosen the following students as their students of the week for academic excellence, ethical behavior and being role models in our school:  Easton Garrett, Jackson Serr, John Inouye, Klay Kunzler, Joey Gibson, Kaden Ball, Michael Shaff, Kayla Corless, Shilee Green, Rylee Carter, Azelea Fuentes, Kabree Justesen, Danielle LeFevre and Irma Santana. 
    West Minico is celebrating Red Ribbon Week.  We encourage our advisory teachers to prepare lessons to help our students understand the choices we make about bullying and drugs.   Our West Minico theme is "Superpowers Stand United Against Bullying and Drugs". 
    Today the theme is "Make It A Goal...For Our School to be Drug and Bully Free" students and teachers are to wear their favorite high school, college or pro football team jersey or hat.  There will be a punt, pass and kick contest during both lunches.
    Students here is a chance to showcase your talents.  On Monday, Oct 27th turn in your your drug and bully free superpower theme posters to Mrs. Dietz room 17, please be sure to put your name and advisory teacher on the back.  Posters will be judged and students will receive cash and candy prizes.
    Win an Award!  If you want to participate decorate or carve a pumpkin and bring it in on Monday to compete for prizes. Students can also make a wall or hanging creative ghost decoration to be judged for prizes.   The more creative the better, we will also be looking for best themed pumpkin or ghost.  We will use these to decorate our foyer and during the dance,  winners of each contest will receive candy and or a cash prize.   Judging will take place Monday in the front foyer at 8:00 AM sharp.  
    On Monday the theme is "Your Choices are the Key to your Dreams".  Students and staff who would like to participate may wear their favorite dress-code appropriate pajamas to school.  Bring a blanket or a pillow and we will have a giant read-in in the gym during both lunches.  Teacher might have articles on drugs and or bullying in their advisory classroom for the students to read during advisory or may choose reading selections for students to read during classes.
    Student Council members are selling Hallow-Gram messages for 50 cents each to be sent to your friends, foes, anonymously or even to yourself on the day of the Halloween Dance with a treat.  Last day to purchase a Hallow-Gram will be Wednesday, Oct 29th.  They will be delivered by student council on Halloween before the dance.
    Student Council is selling the pizza and pop school fundraiser tickets for $2 in the commons before school.  You purchase the ticket and it allows you to get out of advisory on Tuesday.  You must keep the ticket and show it to your advisory teacher to get out of class next Tuesday. All proceeds will be donated to our school fund.
    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. 
     All Warrior Pride shirts have been handed out.  If there is anyone who did not receive their shirt order or if your order was wrong you need to see Mrs. Dietz in room 17.  
    Study Skill Tip for the week- It is important to be in school to be successful, absences can affect your grade.  It is up to you to be responsible for making up your work.
     The quote for the week is: "Don't put off until tomorrow what you can accomplish today."


    Red Ribbon Week/ Halloween Dance / Concession Week  Oct 23-31 Activities

    Students may turn in drug and bully free posters following the daily themes by Monday, Oct 27th for cash and candy prizes to Mrs. Dietz in room 17.  

    Students can create their own hanging or wall superpower ghost, decorate it with their name on the back and bring Monday, Oct 27th.  Will be judged 8:00 AM in the foyer and will be used for foyer and dance decorations.  Most creative ghosts wins a cash prize.  Say BOO to drugs! 

    Students may also bring a decorated or carved pumpkin for a contest to be judged Monday, Oct 27th at 8:00 AM in the foyer for cash and candy prizes. 

    Hallow-Gram messages being sold by student council members for .50- Monday, Oct 20th through Wednesday, Oct 29th for delivery with a treat before the dance October 31st.  Fun way to send a note to a friend or anonymously.


    Thursday, Oct 23                              Purchase tickets for pizza and pop $2 before school delivered Tuesday during advisory.

    JOIN THE FIGHT AGAINST DRUGS AND BULLYING-   Activity: Tug of War Contests outside during lunches (weather permitting)    All students and staff who like to participate are to wear camo gear. 

    ·         Set goals     

    ·         Do your best

    ·         Think Positively

    ·         Don’t Give Up

    ·         Believe in Yourself

    ·         Stay away from Drugs

    Friday, Oct 24                                     Purchase tickets for pizza and pop $2 before school delivered Tuesday during advisory.

    MAKE IT A GOAL……(Football Goal Post)  FOR OUR SCHOOL TO BE DRUG AND BULLY FREE- Activity: Punt, Pass     and Kick activities outside for boys and girls during lunches (weather permitting)  All students and staff who like to participate are to wear their favorite high school (Go Spartans), College or Pro Football Team jersey.

    Monday, Oct 27                            Purchase tickets for pizza and pop $2 before school delivered Tuesday during advisory.

    YOUR CHOICES ARE THE KEY TO YOUR DREAMS-  Activity: Bring a blanket or pillow with your favorite book for a giant read-in during lunch in the gym.  All students and staff who like to participate are to wear their favorite pajamas (dress-code applicable).  You might want to allow students to read articles on drugs or bullying during advisory as well.

    Tuesday, Oct 28     Pizza and pop ticket purchasers in commons during advisory/ 8th grade concessions during advisory

    WARRIORS ARE SUPERHEROS AND DON’T LET FRIENDS BULLY OR DO DRUGS…  All students and staff who like to participate are to wear their Warrior Pride Shirts or anything blue and gold.

     Wednesday, Oct 29            All .50 Hallow-gram messages delivered with a treat on Friday are due- purchase from Stu-Co

                                                    7th grade concessions during advisory

    BE A SUPERHERO TO HAVE THE POWER TO SAY NO TO BULLIES AND DRUGS     All students and staff who like to participate dress as your favorite hero-Wear a name tag or a sign telling who you are.  Activity: Balloon Pop tag in gym.

    Thursday, Oct 30                 6th grade concessions during advisory                 Doughnuts and hot chocolate sold before school $1

    MY SUPERPOWER FUTURE IS BRIGHT- NO DRUGS OR BULLIES IN SIGHT!   Wear something bright or neon with sunglasses.

    Friday, Oct 31                     Student Council decorating for dance at 7:00 AM due to basketball game Thursday afternoon, teachers please allow only student council students to come to gym only if not missing anything in your class to finish during the day.  Students have been told to check in during each class.

    Shortened Bell back to advisory at 1:00-  Collect $2 or see student activity card to attend dance, those not having either report to room 10. Then hand out Hallow-Grams with their treat.  

    Dance team will perform, best costume prizes will be given, band will play and dance will begin.  Ghost Buster movie video will be shown in room 10 for those not wanting to dance.  Concession stand open and nachos will be sold in commons for $1. So don't forget to bring your money for a treat.

    DON’T BE TRICKED…DRUGS ARE NO TREAT!  SAY BOO TO DRUGS!   Students wear costumes. Dress code appropriate and no full face masks.

    Dance Theme: “Who You Going To Call…..Ghost Busters”  with DJ MacRae    

    Student Council will stay after the dance to clean up gym.


    We want all of our Warriors to have integrity.  Integrity is doing the right thing even when nobody else is watching.  Being able to follow your conscience instead of the crowd.  Being able to think for yourself and make smart choice that are good for you.  
    Thanks to our Language Arts Department for providing the Kick off to Reading Assembly.  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.  All students are expected to turn in their reading logs.
     There will be a Saturday School Saturday, October 25th  from 7:00-11:00 AM.  Students need to sign up with Mrs. Claridge in room 204 to be admitted.  If you need extra help our school provides this Saturday School session.  Also, students need to be sure to have turned in their Saturday School permission form to their advisory teacher to allow them to attend for all classes. Advisory teachers please check to make sure all of your students have returned this important form that requires a parent signature. The next Saturday School will be held November 15th.
     We are offering after school tutoring on Tuesdays and Wednesday from 3:25 until 5:00 for students who need to recover credits or  make up credit time due to excessive absences. Student need to bring back the form signed by a parent.
    The seventh grade team of teachers have chosen their students of the week for the first 6 weeks of school and would like to congratulate Karleen Kunzler, Gabby Paz, Waylon Blacker, Garrett Berry, Bailey Blacker, and Trevor Schultz.  Keep up the good work this year.  
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