Levy Information Meeting

An informational meeting about the upcoming levy vote will follow Student-Led Conferences next Wednesday, February 28, beginning at 7:15 p.m. If you have questions, please contact the district office at 208-537-6511.

Drivers Training Info

The Castleford Driver Education course will be offered this summer with a tentative date of June 4th.  A parent meeting will be scheduled for the students and their parents/ guardians before the class begins to explain details and answer any questions.  A detailed calendar of classroom times and driving schedule will be handed out at the parent meeting. A fee of $120 will be required for each student taking the course.  
Thank you. Please direct any questions to Brian Lowry at blowry@castlefordschools.org.

Breakfast, anyone?

Aromatic sausages, fluffy pancakes, scrambled eggs: these are a few of our favorite things. . .
Don’t forget that tomorrow morning the FFA Chapter will be serving breakfast in the Ag Shop from 6:30-8:00 a.m. This is their way of saying thank-you to the community for all the support they receive.  

Miller Wins Grant

Congratulations to Ms. Karla Miller, who was also an Idaho CapEd Grant winner of $749.19 for her proposal “Prelude to Prints.” The grant she received will fund a visual arts project of lino-printing. Watch the video above for more information.

Billington Wins CapEd Grant

Congratulations to Mr. Dan Billington, who was awarded a $550 Idaho CapEd Foundation Grant for the welding program. With the money from this grant, he plans to update the safety facilitities in the growing welding department by purchasing new welding curtains, smaller welding gloves, and more safety glasses.

New Members Wanted

Castleford Men’s Club is looking for new members!

Men’s Club provides substantial school and community support to Castleford’s youth. Here are just a few of its past and current projects:

Academic support:

  • It provides each Castleford graduate with a scholarship opportunity.
  • It purchased iPads for the middle school and elementary grades.
  • It provided funding for first-aid dummies for the Health Department.
  • It provided financial assistance for members of the CHS Travel Club.

Athletic support:

  • It purchased basketball hoops for the youth athletics.
  • It provided substantial funding for the new playground equipment.
  • It sponsors youth athletic events.

Community support

  • It funded and built the Community Center.
  • It provides fund-raising opportunities to multiple school organizations.
  • It organizes and hosts an annual auction.

Its continued aim is to financially support kids and encourage them to get involved in positive-value activities (that are not politically or religiously-affiliated).

Men’s Club typically meets at noon on the first and third Mondays of each month in the Community Center, where lunch is served. The next meetings are February 19, March 5, and March 19. Membership dues are $20 per year.  

This invitation is extended to men AND women.

Contact Todd or Genaura Wells for more information at tgwells@filertel.com. 

Track Team – Castleford Gear

Please support the Castleford Track program. Click here to see the custom Castleford gear we are selling. We are raising money to purchase new hurdles and medicine balls. Thank you!

Informative Video about Subbing

Have you thought about becoming a substitute teacher but weren’t sure what you were getting yourself into or if you were qualified? Check out this video made by CHS senior Lizzie Loman. It features interviews with CHS students, staff members, and substitute teachers. 

Run Like the Wind!

CHS wishes Shawn Poulson, Zailee Poulson, and Justin Silveira luck as they compete in the Simplot Games on February 15, 16, and 17 in Pocatello!

JV Tournament Results

Congratulations to the CHS JV Girls’ Basketball team for winning second-place in their tournament!

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