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School start times to remain the same

Tuesday, May 18, 2010
By theleader
School start times to remain the same

Sandra Neff Leader Correspondent To help trim the dwindling school district budget by $115,000, the start and stop times for district schools was to be determined by the transportation department.  The resulting schedule would need fewer drivers and fewer buses. Students in secondary schools would be serviced first.   This would make start time for... »

Wind wreaks havoc on valley residents

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
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Wind wreaks havoc on valley residents

Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor A number of valley residents woke up last Wednesday morning to downed trees, missing trampolines or even barns with missing roofs or that had collapsed completely altogether. Heavy winds ripped through the valley late Tuesday night, causing plenty of damage on top of many to lose a few hours... »

Principals shuffled around district

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
By theleader
Principals shuffled around district

Box Elder School District recently shuffled some of its principals around for next year. Bear River High assistant principal Eldon Petersen will be moving over to Bear River Middle School. Garland principal Kristi Capener will replace him at BRHS. BRMS principal Calvin Bingham is moving to Discovery. Other movement included Wade Hyde moving from... »

Bear Book Bash a rousing success

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
By theleader
Bear Book Bash a rousing success

Leader Staff What could be more fun than sharing a good book with children of all ages? On Thursday, April 22, Bear River High School students sponsored a story night – the “Bear Book Bash!” Elementary students from across the valley, grades K-3, and their families came to the high school for a night... »

Let’s Go Fly A Kite

Wednesday, May 5, 2010
By theleader
Let’s Go Fly A Kite

Leader Photos/Dave Archer No string? No problem for Fielding students Brandt Zollinger (left) and Reno Gibbs, who used extra tail material to fly their kite. Fielding principal Gerald Jackman doubled as a “kite doctor” last Friday during Fielding’s annual kite flying activity. Jackman, seen here with kindergartener Skye Bassett, helped students add tails to... »

New Superintendent Announced

Thursday, April 29, 2010
By theleader
New Superintendent Announced

The Box Elder School Board announced tonight in their work session that Ron Wolff, longtime Morgan County School District Superintendent, has been selected as the district’s new superintendent. Wolff will replace Steven O. Laing, who served as interim superintendent after Martell Menlove moved to a state school position. The board will make the official... »

BRHS livens up stage with “Grease”

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader
BRHS livens up stage with “Grease”

Nick Summers plays Danny Zuko in the family friendly school-version of Grease, which opens Friday night at 7 p.m. The opening night will be a Cancer Awareness Performance. Any patrons who have survived cancer, or who shave their head, will receive free admission. The musical will be running Friday, Saturday and Monday at 7... »

Park Valley DARE Grads

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader
Park Valley DARE Grads

Courtesy Photo Fifteen students from Park Valley Elementary recently graduated from the DARE program on March 18. The graduation consisted of five speakers: Officer Larry Blanchard, Sheriff Lynn Yeates, Miss Utah, USA 2007  Heather Andersen and two students. DARE is a valuable program designed to teach students to say no to drugs, alcohol, cigarettes... »

New Student Body Officers

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader
New Student Body Officers

Students at Bear River High School recently voted Jacob Rees in as student body president for the school year of 2010-11. Joining him as officers include, front, left: Lacee Jensen, vice-president; Steven Christensen, 2nd vice-president; and Josie Payne, secretary. Leader/Greg Madson »

Titans of Science

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
By theleader
Titans of Science

Courtesy Photo Bear River High’s Science Olympiad Team earned two gold and two silver medals at the state competition at Weber State University March 27.  The “Write It” and “Do It” teams won gold, and the “Trajectory” and “It’s About Time” teams took silver.  The team members are (back l-r) Brian Cottle, Ben Wright,... »

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