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Cougar Chat - Clayton School holds Jump for Heart

The Clayton Cougars once again participated in a fund raising event for the American Heart Association by collecting nearly $800 from friends and family to be given to the American Heart Association for research, technology and education to help save lives. On Thursday, April 23 a variety of community members volunteered to provide health related ...

Norse News - Challis Junior High Track finishes season at districts in West Jefferson
The Junior High Track team finished their season this past week with districts in West Jefferson. The team performed well and really had a good end to their season. Cody Lind was the only district champion with a win in the 800 and 1600-meter races. All the athletes competed very well and represented Challis the best they could. Great job on your ...

Norse News - Viking Middle School Track and Field shines
Following in the Senior High School footsteps, the Viking Junior High Track and Field athletes did not disappoint two weeks ago with an outstanding performance at the Firth Junior High meet, as well as at Boise State for the YMCA Invitational.At Firth, the young Lady Viking throwers showed their stuff, especially in the discus, with Madison Garlie ...

Norse News - Band and Choir still raising money
The Challis Honor Band/Choir is continuing to raise funds to pay off the balance of the Washington D.C. Performance Tour. Students would be happy to help you with any odd jobs you may have to do. If you would like to hire any or all of the students please contact Ms. Nelson at 879-2531. Upcoming fundraisers include a car wash, Saturday, May 9, 10 ...

Norse News - Honor Band and Choir take D.C. by storm

The Challis Honor Band/ Choir experienced a successful and educational trip to Washington D.C. The students learned a great deal of history, gained more respect and appreciation for our country and those who died for our freedoms. They experienced the horror of war and the agony of dictatorship. They gained invaluable experience as a performing ...

Norse News - FFA having a busy spring
This spring the Challis FFA chapter has been very busy. Recently, at Natural Resource Day at Challis Elementary, we helped Karma Bragg teach students how to make ice cream. The chapter has also been very busy planting flowers, fruit and vegetable plants and trees to sell through spring and summer.Some of the FFA members attended the District ...

Norse News - FFA having a busy spring
This spring the Challis FFA chapter has been very busy. Recently, at Natural Resource Day at Challis Elementary, we helped Karma Bragg teach students how to make ice cream. The chapter has also been very busy planting flowers, fruit and vegetable plants and trees to sell through spring and summer.Some of the FFA members attended the District ...

Norse News - Challis school lunch menu
May 11 - May 15Monday: Breakfast is assorted cereals, wheat toast, string cheese stick, orange, apple juice and milk.Lunch is pepperoni pizza, tossed salad, baby carrots, ranch dressing, applesauce, churros and 1% milk.Tuesday: Breakfast is a sausage egg sandwich, orange juice, apple juice, fruit and milk.Lunch is Rib-B-Q, potatoes au gratin, ...

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