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Education Enrichment Grant

EDUCATION ENRICHMENT GRANT Faculty recipients of the Idalia Vision Foundation Education Enrichment grants are:  Kelli Kite, Counselor—$500; Johanna Caron, Music Department—$300; and Audrey Sayles, . . . read more

Thoughts from the Principal

 THOUGHTS FROM THE PRINCIPAL    Second semester is off to a fast and furious start.  January’s schedule has been filled with basketball, an FFA field trip to the National Western Stock . . . read more

A busy January for the Wolfpack

CU PRESENTATION Students in grades 4 through 10 took part in a CU Science Discovery Program on Friday, January 5, 2018. The workshop, “Invention Literacy with Makey. Makey and Scratch” used simple interfaces (Makey-Makey) . . . read more

Wolf of the Month

BRIAN JIMENEZ - WOLF OF THE MONTH Brian is a 17 year old Junior. Brian is a straight-A student and his favorite teachers are Mrs. Sue Terrell (Business/Publications) and Mrs. Cindy Soehner (Math). Brian states that he loves . . . read more

A busy December for the Wolfpack

3-ON-3 TOURNAMENT On Sunday, November 19, students in first grade through 6th grade (along with some brave parents) participated in the First Annual 3-on-3 Tournament brought together by the Idalia Health & Wellness Committee and the . . . read more

Wolf of the Month-December

JAKE GARTON—WOLF OF THE MONTH Jake is a 15-year old sophomore. His favorite teachers include Mrs. Tara Garton (Spanish), Ms. Audrey Sayles (History), and Mrs. Cindy Soehner (Math). Jake is a straight-A student. Some of . . . read more

A Busy November for the Wolfpack

1st Grade Mrs. Wudtke and her 1st graders are wrapping up the first semester quickly. The students are currently learning about the importance of Thanksgiving. They are also learning about the Mayflower.   2nd . . . read more

Thoughts from the Principal-December

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving Break. With Winter Break and the end of first semester just three weeks away, this is a very busy time at the school. Since my last update in late October, we have had our Parent-Teacher Conferences . . . read more

Wolves of the Month

Wolves of the Month—Natalie and Carson Helling Natalie and Carson are 10-year-old twins in the 4th Grade. The Helling twins are straight-A students. Carson’s favorite subject is PE, while Natalie prefers Writing. . . . read more

A Busy October for the Wolfpack

Elementary News Mrs. Wudtke and her 1 st grade class have created a festive project for the month of October. Each student created their own Jack-O-Lanterns. The 1 st and 2 nd graders also . . . read more

November Thoughts from the Principal

Thoughts from the Principal A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to fill in for one of Ms. Sayles’ afternoon social studies classes as she was gone to coach a junior high volleyball game.   It was fun to get . . . read more

Wolf of the Month-November

ALYSSA JONES—WOLF OF THE MONTH      Alyssa is a 12-year-old 7 th Grader.  Alyssa is currently maintaining straight A’s and her favorite teachers include Ms. Morgan Reese . . . read more

A Busy September for the Wolfpack

FBLA Calendar Sales For the month of September, the Idalia FBLA Chapter officers and seniors traveled  to Idalia, Burlington, St. Francis, and Wray. Members were in two groups—one headed towards Wray and . . . read more

October Thoughts from the Principal

Thoughts from the Principal The first month of school has been eventful and productive.  Already this year, our students have established baseline scores by taking the MAPS/DIBELS/etc. tests, our junior high and high school . . . read more

Wolf of the Month-October

Brigette Kite - Wolf of the Month Student Profile      Brigette is a 9-year-old 4 th grader.  Her favorite teachers include her 2 nd Grade teacher, Ms. Danielle Olofson, along with current . . . read more

A Note from the Principal

SCHOOL’S BACK IN ACTION—WELCOME BACK!!   One year ago, my ‘Welcome Back to School’ letter doubled as my brief introduction to the community.  I don’t know where the time goes, but 365 . . . read more

Wolf of the Month-September

  Megan Waitman - Wolf of the Month  Megan is a 16-year old junior whose favorite teachers are Mrs. Sue Terrell and Mrs. Cindy Soehner.  Math is Megan’s favorite subject and she is a straight-A . . . read more

Shaffer/Richards National FBLA Champions

Shaffer/Richards—Idalia FBLA National Champions Idalia FBLA Chapter Receives Gold Seal Award   More than 9,600 of America’s best and brightest high school students traveled to Southern California to . . . read more


Aubrey, Breann, Megan, Alex, and Erick will be attending the National Conference this summer. These individuals need to earn some funding for the trip.  If you are looking for some hard workers, contact the school. Thank you!   read more


Once again the Idalia Bicentennial FCE Club sponsored the CHARACTER COUNTS! Essays for the 4th grade. The kids wrote an essay on caring. Their teacher is Sue Heath.    The children that participated were Tate Towns, Wyatt . . . read more


The Class of 2017 is anxiously awaiting graduation day which is approaching quickly. The tight-knit class has been together since preschool, having only four members join the class—Charlie Bator, Paulina Trevizo, Ciarra Carter, and . . . read more

Idalia Receives Excellence in Food Safety Award!

The Idalia Cafeteria was recently given an award from the Northeast Colorado Health Department for maintaining exceptionally high food safety practices! read more

Mumps Alert

  Mumps Alert: Colorado Department of Health   read more

ACT to be Replaced with SAT

ACT TO BE REPLACED WITH SAT For the past 15 years, all 11 th graders in Colorado were administered the ACT as the state’s official college-entrance exam.  A persistent testing-reform legislation, paired with a . . . read more

State Standardized Assessment Excusal Form

  State Standardized Assessment Excusal Form. read more

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