Melba Students Win Scholarships

Congratulations to Kelsey Stimpson and Isaac Riley who each received $1,000 scholarships from the Nampa Realtors. They received their scholarships at a luncheon at the Civic Center on Wednesday, where they represented Melba High School very well. Way to go students!


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FCCLA Students Volunteer at State Conference

Melba FCCLA is headed for Washington DC this summer for the National FCCLA Leadership Conference. April 8th -11 Melba FCCLA members attended the Idaho State Leadership Conference in Boise. Along with motivational speakers, leadership workshops, service learning opportunities and competitions. Melba FCCLA volunteered at St. Vincent’s on State Street. Members put clothes on hangers, put prices on product, took off old price tags, straightened the floor and cleaned the tables and bins outside. Members competed in Job Interview, Recycle and Redesign, Toys that Teach, Teach and Train, Leadership, and Food Innovations. Yosele Leon, Ericka Svedin and Suzi Stirm qualified to compete at the National convention in Washington DC July 5-10.

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Melba Elementary School Bond Election Successful

March 2015

The Melba School District would like to thank all the patrons of the Melba School District for coming out and participating in the bond vote for the new elementary school. News coverage of the election has the bond passing by 76.1%, the best voter approval of any levy or bond that the district has run in the past eight years. Thank you for supporting our local schools. We would also like to thank the countless volunteers, committee members, teachers, and parents who worked so hard on getting the word out on the supplemental levy.

We would like to thank the Melba Senior Center and Owyhee County Planning and Zoning for allowing us to present informational meetings in their buildings. This bond would not have been as successful if not for all the work of our entire community during the past several months. Thank you to all the volunteers who put in many hours toward the school bond and to all the voters who showed up at the polls.

The Melba School Board remains committed to providing an elementary school that meets the needs of the district both for today and the foreseeable future in a fiscally responsible manner. We are excited about this opportunity to increase the capacity and safety of our elementary school. We look forward to community participation as we finalize the building plans of the new elementary school. Your input is appreciated and always taken into consideration.

Sincerely,

Andrew Grover
Superintendent