Our quote for the week is, "Respect is not something that you can ask for, buy or borrow. Respect is earned and offered. Show respect even to people who don't deserve it, not as a reflection of their character, but as a reflection of yours. Being courteous to others is not only repectful to other, but it directly reflects on you as a person. It means putting yourself in the other person's shoes instead of thinking of yourself first."
Any student who took pictures on the Field Trip to ISU yesterday, please send your pictures to Mrs. Tarbet at her E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the last week to sign up for Boys Basketball grades 6 thru 8 and Girls Basketball 6 thru 7 grade through Tri-Cities.
West Minico Spirit Shirts will be on sale in the commons before school or from Mrs. Borden for $10
Taking sign-ups now for our middle school bowling program. Any 6th through 8th grader is welcome to participate on Mondays and Wednesdays starting November 2nd for three weeks. There will be a bus to take you to Snake River Bowl, but parents must pick you up at 5:30. There are also two meets one in Burley and one in Twin Falls you will be attending. The cost is $30. If you would like more information forms are in the office.
This week the concession stand will be open for early dismissal at 3:00 with 7th grade today, and everyone on Friday.
There will be an orchestra concert here at West Minico tonight starting at 7:00 in the auditorium.
There will be an 8th grade Football banquet in the commons next Tuesday Nov 1st at 6:00 PM.
We would like to thank the Kiwanis Club for their $500.00 donation to our Renaissance program.
If there are any Student council members who have Hallow-grams. please turn them into your advisory teacher or Mrs. Borden
Today's theme for Red Ribbon Week on Thursday it is "Have the Willpower to Stay Drug Free!" and everyone can dress up as a super hero with a pumpkin toss at lunch.
This week will end with our Halloween dance on Friday. You may wear your costume to school on Friday the 28th of October for the Halloween dance, there will be a costume judging contest at lunch. Students must have $2 admission or their activity card to attend thre dance. The concession stand will be open during the dance and student council will be selling doughnuts for $1 during the dance Friday in the commons. There will be no costumes on Monday, October 31st. As a reminder all costumes must be dress code appropriate and there are no masks allowed.
We would like to recognize our students of the week for last week as being role models for other students by being respectful, responsible, being concerned about academics, and compassionate towards others. Students for last week are Claire Neibauer, Samantha Casey, Jack Nielsen, Sage May, Noah George, Lillana Vergara, Juan Ochoa, Shylo Voelker, Jaegger Rassmussen, and Addison Stoker.
Be the reason someone smiles today! Choose to be kind and considerate towards others!
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- pres