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For the week of August 13 - 19, 2003


Open house slated for new high school

Students, staff, and community members are invited Thursday, Aug. 21, to step over the new Wood River High School’s threshold and attend the dedication and open house for the school. It is scheduled for 5-8 p.m.

Along with a ribbon cutting and thank-yous, students will be offering tours of their new school to all that are interested. "We really want to make this about the kids," said WRHS Principal Graham Hume, "because its their school and their event."

"We are very proud of our new high school facility, and we would like to invite everyone to share in our excitement and sense of accomplishment," said Blaine County School District Superintendent Jim Lewis, "The School Board, Facilities Planning Committee, architects, construction management team, and more recently, staff and administration, have done an excellent job in preparing this facility for your inspection."

The Education Foundation of Blaine County is selling personalized engraved pavers for the entrance to the high school. The purchase of a paver benefits the Education Foundation, which provides special project funding for classrooms for teachers and students. To purchase a paver, contact Blaine County School District Treasurer Mike Chatterton at 788-2296, or purchase one at the open house.



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