Quick Links

Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Main Navigation


Wolfview Website Articles

Sign up for the News Update.

Sub Navigation





Ajax Loading Image


A busy December for the Wolfpack

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 Idalia Lady Wolves Basketball team. Making for a fun-filled afternoon, 16 teams participated in the event to compete for the Champions’ medals! The champions of the 1st/2nd grade & parent division was the High Flyers (Broderick, Kyle, and Beckett Kite). For the 3rd/4th grade division, the champions were the Flaming Flamingos (Brady Terrell, Carson Helling, and Kolby Morris). For the 5th/6th grade division, the champions were the Ankle Breakers (Tarek Glanz, Kale Morris, and Kagen Hoyda). We want to thank the athletes and community members for a successful event! We look forward to next year's event!

FBLA-Santa's Elves Workshop Project
Thank you to all the families who participated in the FBLA Chapter’s Santa's Elves Workshop Project. Our chapter will be donating $164 toward the March of Dimes in the hope of helping raise the awareness of birth defects in premature babies.

Physics students latest project was the five-minute water heaters. Students had to warm 600 ml of wa-ter. They were not allowed to use electricity. One group used a bike tire to warm up the cans and poured the water into them. Other groups used sanding paper on metal cans to create heat. The two groups tied for first place. Groups were Madison Wells, Ysabelle Mireles, and Daniel Perez and the other group was Crystal Cordova, Breann Shaffer, and Maddisen Hoyda. Both groups raised the water temperature 3.2 degrees. Submitted by Madison Wells, Publications Student

Idalia Music Department held their annual Christmas program on December 14. The elementary classes performed holiday favorites along with the junior high and high school band performing. Let’s not forget there was also a special visitor. Thank you to Bonny Community Club, the Visions, Idalia FCE, Idalia Lions’ Club, Idalia School, Carpenter’s Mini Mall, and Idalia FBLA for sacking and providing the treat sacks.

On December 17, 2017, IYCS members traveled to Denver to volunteer at Father Woody’s Haven of Hope in downtown Denver. Members greeted and escorted the homeless and less fortunate to a meal and gift. Father Woody’s was held in the Sheraton Hotel. Submitted by Brian Jimenez, IYCS Secretary

The following day after Father Woody’s, IYCS members went down to visit and volunteer at Project Angel Heart. Project Angel Heart is an all volunteer group that cooks and delivers meals to people who have diseases that prevent them from taking care of themselves. Here, members decorated the paper bags that are used to carry the food. Submitted by Brian Jimenez, IYCS Secretary

With the help of The Giving Hands of Yuma County and our amazing Idalia Community, we were able to help over 90 children in our area to have a very warm, "Merry Christmas!" We would also like to thank the FCE ladies of Idalia and the IYCS organization for helping to wrap all the presents! What a joyous time! And, another thanks to those who contributed to the Mitten Tree project from the Idalia Holiday Gift & Craft fair! Every little bit helps to give back to the kids who need it. Thank you all so much!

As an annual event, Idalia School hosted a Veterans’ Day Program. Thank you veterans for all you did and do for us. To begin the program, the Girl Scouts posted the colors. Several musical selections were enjoyed and Paul Brittain gave the keynote address.

Back To Top