SUSD News

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Blood Drive

The Snowflake High School community is hosting a blood drive on Tuesday, February 18 from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the gym at 682 School Bus Lane. Contact Laurie Brimhall at (928) 536-4156, ext. 7551, or a student council member, or visit the Blood Hero website using sponsor code snowflakehs to make an appointment. Please see our blood drive flyer for more information.

STEAM Goes to Nationals

Full STEAM ahead! Here we go again with a lot of teamwork and brain power. Mr. Eilertson's STEAM class is back at it again. In 2017, our STEAM class took the national prize for their animal detection system for roadways, and now our 2019/2020 class has just taken state for their robotic car and plan to delve into the deep cracks (fissures) of the earth. The junior high students compete mostly against high school students. They now move on to national finals where their video will receive votes. Voting ends on February 20, 2020. 20 national finalists will have their video chosen and shown on social media. Viewers will vote on the 20 videos posted on social media. We are very proud of them and wish them the very best in this exciting experience. Be on the lookout for their video on social media and support this amazing group!

To see images of this year's project, please visit the link below:

2019–2020 STEAM Class

2019-2020 STEAM Class members pose together

(Left to Right)
Sam Whittle, Ben Sundby, Shaun Davies, Talan Story, Kai Rammage, Mason Reidhead, Britt Brimhall, and
Natalie Seymore (not shown)

School Day on April 17

April 17, 2020, is now a school day. It was originally marked as a snow day. We have used that snow day, so we will have school on April 17. Please make any adjustments to your calendar.

CC LaGrange to Retire

Saying goodbye is always hard. Technology Director CC LaGrange has been with the Snowflake School District for fifteen years. We are very excited for her new endeavors (retirement), but we will miss her dearly. As always, she took care of us and made sure we had a very qualified person to replace her. Mr. Sam Sheffer will join the Snowflake Unified School District. We are extremely excited to have him aboard. Thank you for everything, CC. We wish you the very best!

CC LaGrange Retirement
    It's an A Rating for Snowflake

    We are pleased to announce that the Snowflake School District has earned an A label for two years in a row! Congratulations to the following schools for earning their A label:

    • Snowflake High School
    • Snowflake Junior High School
    • Snowflake Intermediate School
    • Taylor Intermediate School